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Comment Archives: stories: News & Opinion: Serraglio

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I saw the presentation the AE911 group had here in Tucson. Very impressive! I also wondered at the time, WHY the Pentagon and Twin Towers continued to burn for so many weeks after the initial explosions. I've signed their petition and hope others continue to do the same. Something definitely smells rotten in DC.

Posted by grandma8 on 09/29/2011 at 6:15 PM

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I'm with Mike Rivero! A government that lies to it's people does not represent the interests of those people! Do the people holding office right now have your consent to rule, when they refuse to investigate the untimely deaths of so many of us? To paraphrase Mike, America needs leaders who will put America first! Make some noise, and let your anger be heard!

Posted by JonnyX on 09/29/2011 at 1:14 PM

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Who did it? Read a real Banned 9/11 book, here:…

Posted by Hank Warren on 09/29/2011 at 11:53 AM

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People who use the word ''truthers'' are sub room temp IQ American morons.

Posted by Dirk Den Hartog on 09/29/2011 at 11:39 AM

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As a structural engineer with 28 years of design and construction experience, the explanation rendered by our government lacks plausibility. The AE 9/11 Truth organization is not a bunch of conspiracy nuts and have never ventured a solution as to who was responsible, but have brought forth facts that refute the official explanation. To headline this article with conspiracy theory, merely belittles the hard work this group has put forth and does nothing to support the credibility they have established, with facts, not theories. Further investigation by an unbiased panel of experts is certainly warranted, but continues to be stymied, stalled and dismissed by members of our government. The lives lost on that day is a stunning tragedy and we owe the truth of the events of that day to their families.
Steve Van Loan, P.E., DBIA, LEED AP

Posted by Dutch on 09/29/2011 at 11:06 AM

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it seems there is a concensus that they are indeed some minor technical discrepancies in the narrative todate. But I think we can all agree that the perps are in no way discredited and the litany of suspects continue to be Al Queda - with support from Iraq and Iran and perhaps Wal-Mart. Let us huddle together in humble prayer and thank our warrior Presidents for their war on terror and freedom and wish them godspeed that their endless efforts will be even half as successful as the continuing war on drugs.

Posted by Christopher Pringle on 09/29/2011 at 10:44 AM

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PUPITO , I think Jersey Shore is on, you time would be better spent watching that trainwreck.

Well done Randy, but be warned, you've opened a can of worms.

Posted by Rob MacDonald on 09/29/2011 at 10:19 AM

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Holy smokes! Nicely done, Randy.

Posted by Liss on 09/29/2011 at 10:14 AM

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I was a speaker at one of the many 9-11 events in New York earlier this month. The theme of my presentation was that after ten years, there are aspects of the story we will never agree on. The time has come to unite around that which we DO agree on, which is that the US Government has lied to the people of the United States, and to decide what We The People will do with a government that lies to us.

The Constitution does not authorize the government to lie to the people and the Tenth Amendment prohibits the government from arrogating that right to itself. When the government lies, it acts illegally and unconstitutionally. When the government lies, it ceases to be the legitimate government of this land.

A government that lies to the people does not respect the people. They do not respect you as a human being and certainly not as an equal. You are merely assets, the crowd, the herd, the throng, to be managed and herded, not treated with honor and respect as you deserve.

Ten years after 9-11, with the government's lack of repentance for the lies well-established, the next step is to decide what to do with a government of the liars, by the liars, and for the liars.

Posted by Michael F Rivero on 09/29/2011 at 9:57 AM

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I found the well-written column interesting and entertaining although I have no idea what is a "swamp cooler." It has a really bad sound to it though.
The word swamp does not go with the word cooler.
They are opposites. Swamp cooler sounds impossible, desert cooler sounds reasonable...that is called air conditioning.
Something that fails at cooling might be called a swamp cooler and it might also make an unpleasant sucking sound. And overflow on the floor? The imagination tends to run wild at how horrible this might be. Could involve mold.
Then again, swamp cooler might be a very refreshing drink. Something like a Pimm's Cup.

Posted by TXJesse on 09/14/2011 at 11:48 PM

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Randy, maybe next week you could tell us all about your SOCK DRAWER??!? That sounds MUCH more exciting.

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Posted by W Corvi on 09/01/2011 at 8:08 PM

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The only reasoning to do such a thing would be to upgrade from swamp to AC. A (and the ONLY) reasoning you obviously failed to recognize.

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Posted by BURNIE MAK on 09/01/2011 at 12:15 PM

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TSA has employed the “Big Lie” strategy in their effort to convince Congress and the public that the organization is not as corrupt and arrogant as it actually is. This method relies on an endless of streams of lies, obfuscations and denials of facts in an attempt to persuade people that they did not see or experience that which is plainly obvious. There have been dozens of instances where victim or witness accounts have been disputed by TSA only to later to be confirmed after being captured on video, which explains their aversion to perfectly legal attempts to record them at checkpoints.

When an ABC producer reported that a TSA screener reached inside her underwear and made direct contact with her genitals, Pistole denied that it saying” that never happened” which he later changed to “that never should happen” when the woman went on national television and recounted the incident. Again another lie. Then in December when reports that of a young boy being essentially strip searched in Salt Lake City, TSA again denied categorically that he event took place until video surfaced on You Tube documenting the original account. Again TSA lied and was forced to recant their earlier statement.
The same has been true in the wake of every child pat down that has been reported, TSA states they are revising their screening procedures but continues to grope and traumatize innocent children. This happened after the 3 year old girl was recorded screaming while the screener molested her, again after the Salt Lake City incident, and yet again after the 6 year old girl in New Orleans and most recently after the infant groping in Kansas City. Other similar incidents have been reported including the Tennessee mother who was arrested for trying to prevent TSA from groping her adolescent daughter. Security video later revealed that they did in fact molest the young girl just as her mother feared.

Under Pistole’s policies, TSA screeners have been turned into de facto child molesters and sexual assailants. They have admitted that the pat downs involve direct contact with passenger's penises, testicles, breasts and vagina including those of children, which meets any reasonable definition of sexual assault. By their own calculations, TSA gropes over 60,000 passengers every day.
Much like the childhood story, “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, some Americans have refused to acknowledge that the Emperor is indeed naked, even though their eyes tell them he is. Fortunately, many have begun to realize that this agency and its management are corrupt and operating against the interests and will of those they supposedly serve. It is long past time to dismantle this agency and prosecute those responsible for this travesty.

Posted by Fisher1949 on 08/23/2011 at 5:50 PM

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I fly almost every week. I refuse to go through the pedoray machine. I get frisked in order to monopolize the suspectors, requesting that they go through the speech three times.

The only thing the TSA is good for is reducing unemployment. If they were not employed, the unemployment rate would be 15%.

If there is ever a terrorist on a plane I am on, either they will be hurt and possibly dead, or I will be dead. In my view, that is a better defense than being told to be vewy, vewy afwaid.

Posted by Inflight on 08/14/2011 at 4:03 PM

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I'm definitely on the same page as Randy. I put up with all the "show screening" until they put the Rap-e-scans in. You know that doctors, nurses, and flight crews won't go through them for the most part. In fact, even though TSA said they "changed" the pictures, they really only changed what the public sees. I've avoided air travel completely since the "enhanced patdowns" began. If I were inappropriately touched, my reflex would be to physically strike out--then I'd end up in jail and paying $10,000 instead of going on my trip. I don't know if citizens lobbying their members of Congress for changes even helps, but I will continue to complain to my own members of Congress.

Posted by grandma8 on 08/05/2011 at 6:44 PM

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Randy says.....hes in the airport "and depressingly un-medicated, "

Brownies Randy...Brownies...You can eat 'em before ya get to the airport or munch while you wait (easy to get thru security)

Try it...You'll like it..

Posted by Timmothy on 08/04/2011 at 10:36 AM

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Total discrimination. Total Sexual Assault.
Your vocal and unrelenting mockery of TSA in addition to driving is much appreciated--thanks for the great piece.

Posted by Outland10 on 08/04/2011 at 8:41 AM

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The TSA is a criminal, out-of-control agency that abuses people with impunity. It hasn't caught or thwarted a single potential attacker in its multi-billion-dollar history.

Pistole and Napolitano are its sick, twisted ringleaders. They should be fired — after being forced to go through a few gropes themselves — and the entire agency dismantled.

But I’m not holding my breath. Congress is craven, the president clueless (after all, his wife and children don't have to get stripped or groped), and half the population willfully ignorant. I’ve kept track of accounts of abuse for the past 18 months, and they are legion. Since we can't post links in these comment, you'll have to search for it yourselves. Go to TravelUnderground (it's a dot org domain) and look for "Master Lists of TSA Crimes and Abuses."

Empirical evidence, risk assessment, statistical analysis, security experts, logic — none of it matters to the United Sheeple of America. “The Terrorists! The Terrorists Are Everywhere!”

So many cowards and paranoiacs. They won’t be happy until Uncle Sam is sticking his fingers up their a**es.

Posted by Lisa Simeone on 08/04/2011 at 7:35 AM

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Entertaining article. Thanks. So true.

Posted by Sharon Lin on 08/04/2011 at 6:36 AM

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Thanks Randy. Being disabled (and about to embark on a cross-country flight), I am reminded why I haven't done so in several years.

Posted by portalman on 08/03/2011 at 6:39 PM

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