More than 70 Killed in Egyptian Soccer Mayhem - NYTimes.com: "The mayhem also focused renewed attention on the potential savagery of organized groups of die-hard fans, known here as ultras, who have emerged as a volatile component of Egyptian politics in the year of turmoil since Mr. Mubarak left power.
Previously apolitical, the ultras were known for their rowdy behavior, obscene chants and apparently endless enthusiasm for clashes with the often-brutal Egyptian police. “ACAB,” one group of Cairo ultras likes to spray-paint on city walls, standing for, “All Cops are Bastards.”"
Check out the info above to find out what various high rolling companies are rifling their profits to. Melaleuca is an online business I used to affiliate with. As I recall it was the height of the make money anvil chorus that swept the country during the W Credit Card War period. I this see it as an aspect of a see no evil culture. We have a lot to get revealed. I repent of my past involvement.
Cain and Colbert got their Super PAC money with donations of less than $200. The rest are clearly beholden to their one percent givers.
UPDATE: Rachel has evidently noticed this connection. I remember the "secerecy" meme.
Gingrich 2012? Going, Going, Gone - NYTimes.com: "Tuesday night’s Floridian drubbing won’t change those incentives, so we can expect a last burst of media chatter about how Gingrich could still recover, ride a wilderness campaign to a Super Tuesday comeback and fight Romney tooth and nail all the way to the convention. But chatter is all it will be. For Gingrich and his media enablers alike, the dream died in Florida – and here are four reasons why."
The Romney folk (Scared Conservatives United) are so busy writing the Gingrich effort off and discounting those who favor it that they do not notice themselves protesting too much. The NYT led the charge by echoing MSNBC's verdict that Romney won big in Florida. He didn't.
He won small. He lost his soul on the way. He also lost North Florida which is the Southland writ small. The Gingrich effort has a slim chance of actually articulating a conservative viewpoint that apparently escapes the intelle…
Campaign Finance Reports Show ‘Super PAC’ Donors - NYTimes.com: "Millions of dollars came from financial industry executives, including Mr. Romney’s former colleagues at Bain Capital, who contributed a total of $750,000; senior executives at Goldman Sachs, who contributed $385,000; and some of the most prominent and politically active Republicans in the hedge fund world, three of whom gave $1 million each: Robert Mercer of Renaissance Technologies; Paul Singer of Elliott Management, and Julian Robertson of Tiger Management."
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Romney has the best support
Any man can muster
If his goal is to end up
Just like General Custer