Don Robertson to RTB at Congress.org


Well, -I'm glad to meet you, Ryan. I thought perhaps you had a name.

Let me begin by saying there is nothing more to discuss concerning the Congress.org user agreement, which can only indicate you people have grown too big to be anything more than part of a growing problem.

So then, let us -you and I- discuss beginning to address that problem, and we shall see about that.

Congresss.org fills a need as a easing-conduit through which individuals can reach out to and correspond with political leaders. The problem that arises out of the growing trend-popularity of such a conduit as Congress.org represents, is that political leaders then take the service for granted, and begin to increasingly ignore the letters sent to them.

Computers make it so easy for a Congressman-or-woman to delete however many letters that arrive with content concerning not enacting some heinous bit of legislation like TARP. That's one of the prime examples today. I can only estimate that the service Congress.org provides helped smooth over the enactment of TARP against the wishes of 90% of the electorate, an electorate which has since been proved 100% right in their assessment of this financial swindle.

The first thing Congress.org needs to do to address this sort of problem -is to audit recipients of citizen-letters sent through the Congress.org conduit, to determine what is done with those letters and emails. I suspect, the effectiveness (in just reaching a staffer) is dwindling in this age of arrogance, widespread and growing government malfeasance, negligence and outright corruption.

Indeed, an economic depression is a marvelous time to be rich, regardless how you ge there, -if you are ever going to be rich. The stolen dollars simply -go that much further in the ubiquitous depressed marketplaces that remain in this economy, -post TARP.

Once Congress.org has a handle on what political leaders are doing with the correspondence sent to them through Congress.org, publishing this information would seem a likely first step. Or simply publish the fact that so-and-so, refused to answer the questions put to them by Congress.org when they were asked.

Secondly, Congress.org should do more to pull out of letters sent through their easy-access conduit, the information contained in them, including how many writers favored such legislation as was TARP, etc. Again, this information should be published, and used as a bit of leverage on the legislators for whom that correspondence is intended.

This is necessary because our legislative leaders are totally out of control, in no small part because of the vile obfuscation so common to our society, and which is easily traced to organizations like Congress.org that perform a service, but whose effect as a service is to simply obscure the truth of the massive legislative and governmental malfeasance occurring.

There are host of things Congress.org could be doing better, and which clearly should be miles of columns and rows ahead of instituting such a clearly wrong-sided and wrong-headed user agreement as has been posted on the Congress.org site.

This user agreement says one thing to me, Congress.org has fallen in with being part of the immoral problem.

Has Congress.org enforced a user agree against recipients of the letters sent through Congress.org? Doubtless, the answer is, No.

Don Robertson
Limestone, Maine


  1. Hi Don.. Haven't heard from you for awhile.. Why don't you come back and torture us at WRH some more..


  2. Poor Richard - there is nothing as American as torture pie these days.
    Great suggestion - I've asked Don the same thing but I think he's too gawdam cheap to join back up - but I may be making assumptions there.

  3. Don, If I may - what is the issue with this website - congress.org - do they do anything or is the whole thing a fraud? It seems very mildly hold-hands-and-sing-Kumbaya-ish - but since I haven't looked at it and felt like abusing somebody - well that's what I see.

    But seriously - WTF is the prob?

  4. Congress.org now has a new user agreement policy that says they can hose anyone from their site for profane or repulsive language.

    Every letter I write to political leaders in Washington D.C. necessarily contains such language. And yours should too, given what is transpiring there.

    So, who is Congress.org to be the enforcer of congressional-letter-writing-etiquette? Their lucky Internet success should be shunted if they continue down this vile and heinous path.

    No doubt this is coming as a result of complaints made by the Congressional WHORES (like Monica Lewinsky) who work in these posh Washington D.C. offices -and- sometimes read this correspondence sent through Congress.org from inside their offices that are already protected by sufficient armed guards with orders to shoot-to-kill.

    All these Congressional office -bimbos- can go screw themselves.

    And Congress.org can hold up the mirror and ask THEMSELVES just who and what it is -they- are pimping for -with this new policy of etiquette for the monstrous, pathological liars and killers that get themselves elected to Congress and the White House.

    The picture is entitled, "A Bear in the Woods", appropriate here -because of what we all know a bear does in the woods.

  5. Some call it Marxism — I call it Judaism.” (The American Bulletin, Rabbi S. Wise, May 5, 1935).

    “It is legitimate to adopt a critical attitude toward the relatively large number of Jews who particularly in the first decade after the Bolshevik revolution collaborated with the Soviet Government in the persecution of other peoples.” — Statement of researcher Michael Mills, an official of the government of Australia at Canberra. (Source: Forward, March 10, 2000)

    — Robert Wilton, a long time Russia correspondent for the London Times, said in his book The Last Days of the Romanovs:

    “According to the data furnished by the Soviet press, out of 556 important functionaries of the Bolshevik State there were in 1918-1919: 17 Russians, 2 Ukrainians, 11 Armenians, 35 Lets, 15 Germans, 1 Hungarian, 10 Georgians, 2 Poles, 2 Finns, 1 Karaim, 457 Jews.

    “As the decades past by — after the fateful year 1917 — Judaized Khazars kept a firm hand on the helm of the government in the occupied land of Russia. In due time they built a bureaucracy to their heart’s desire.”

    “The Communist soul is the soul of Judaism. Hence it follows that, just as in the Russian revolution the triumph of Communism was the triumph of Judaism, so also in the triumph of fascism will triumph Judaism.” (A Program for the Jews and Humanity, Rabbi Harry Waton, p. 143-144).

    The American Hebrew September 10, 1920:

    “The Bolshevist revolution in Russia was the work of Jewish brains, of Jewish dissatisfaction, of Jewish planning, whose goal is to create a new order in the world. What was performed in so excellent a way in Russia, thanks to Jewish brains, and because of Jewish dissatisfaction, and by Jewish planning, shall also, through the same Jewish mental and physical forces, become a reality all over the world.”

    “The Jews welcome this revolution in the Christian world, and the Jews should show an example. It is not an accident that Judaism gave birth to Marxism, and it is not an accident that the Jews readily took up Marxism: all this was in perfect accord with the progress of Judaism and the Jews.” (A Program for the Jews and Humanity, by Rabbi Harry Waton, p. 148).

    “We have exterminated the property owners in Russia. We are going to do the same thing in Europe and America.” (The Jew, December 1925, Zinobit).

  6. Don:

    It looks like a baby bear - is it?

    Bear shit is too good for these hypocrites. I wonder - which words are banned from Congress.org and which words are not banned? Without a list I don't see how you can discriminate which words are too sensitive for the weaklings and hypocrites there and which are not.

    At least they are working toward things that are good however - here are some pictures of the product our Congress is responsible for - but a bit too much for any words - that even the most vile profanity I can muster doesnt' do justice - with our tax dollars: http://truthrocker.livejournal.com/436144.html

    But in the meantime they are all up there fuckin' and suckin' each other while the bullets fly and the bodies are mangled. I'm glad we have people with such high-minded ideals so close to power. Oh that's right Congress has no power - they are a bunch of pussies too - they abnegated their control over waging war - and have no backbone to undo the catastrophes lying in the wake of their fuckups.

    Oh well at least they won't sound like the filthy monsters they are. Perfect for their coming careers as lobbyists and TV liars.

    Don if that's a baby bear get the H-E-Doubletoothpicks out of there.

  7. Baby bear?

    Who's the torpedo-headed Jew hater crapping all over your site?


  8. Anon-
    There are extremists in any group and religion. Quoting a bunch at once and implying that this represents all Jews is polarizing to those Jews, Christians, Muslims, and others who are attempting to change things for the better. You are behaving like an extremist yourself, and I for one say, no thank you, I'm done with that bullshit.

  9. Oh - Don - that wasn't an anybody hater - that was me.

    From the size of the trees the bear appeared to be a baby bear - but maybe you have mature trees in your forest that make the bear look small - maybe my perceptions or off - or maybe the artist sucks. I'll go with the poor perceptive abilities:)

    I like the painting though.


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