Pious turds in a punchbowl
As Spencer Kornhaber noted yesterday (What Are Birthers Doing Hanging With Top Repubs In Newport?), this particular coven includes, among others, the Birthers!
Most notably there's Gary Kreep of the United States Justice Foundation, who's a lawyer in the same lawsuit as [Orly] Taitz filed in Santa Ana federal court…. He'll be moderating a talk [Saturday] on "The Rule of Nebulous Law." Chapman Law dean John Eastman will be participating. ¶ Floyd Brown will also be giving a talk at a private dinner. He's a GOP activist who has helmed campaigns to get the mainstream media to cover the birth certificate "issue." … Kreep … is literally one of the most important and evangelical "eligilbity activists" out there.... ¶ Jim Lacy, the longtime South County [GOP] hitman, is helming … the conference. He also was involved in the early years of Kreep's foundation and was responsible for much of the "Obama-is-a-Muslim" rumormongering during the 2008 campaign….
Mainstreamers shouldn't have any problem spotting them. They’re hard to miss, like turds in a punchbowl. Listen for endless prayer. I wonder how many times they'll be invoking the Lord this weekend?
If the Lord had a sense of humor (seemingly not), He'd deposit some of His best fire 'n' brimstone (any time now!) on the Radisson—and maybe "accidentally" wipe out the rest of Newport Beach to boot. 'Cept for the seals and stuff. (And the Blue Beet.)
'Fight back,' implores student who sued teacher
Chad Farnan, 17, urges youth to stand up for Christian and conservative rights.
Mission Viejo high school senior Chad Farnan, who successfully sued his former history teacher two years ago for disparaging Christians in class, implored Christians and conservatives to band together to fight for their rights at a GOP campaign fundraiser Friday night.
"Now is the time to fight back, so our rights as Christians and conservatives can be taken back," said Farnan, 17, a senior at Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo.
Farnan, a Republican, delivered the short speech in front of an audience of about 200 people at the Irvine Marriott hotel during a campaign fundraiser for Shawn Black, a Republican candidate for the 70th Assembly District in Orange County.
TOM DELAY is their kinda guy