Why the Neo-Conned Tea Party Movement Used a Harmless NYC Muslim Community Center as a Political Football Rafael | September 2, 2010 | Just Wow | 4 Comments Related Posts Package with cow tongue halts commuter trains No Comments | Aug 17, 2010 Cool free and premium WordPress themes 2 Comments | Jul 30, 2010 Using Android is like peeing in your pants for warmth No Comments | Sep 21, 2010 Flight Attendant Curses Passenger Escapes Using Emergency Slide No Comments | Aug 10, 2010 About The Author Rafael Rafael is an aviation geek, a consumer advocate, a dad, a multiple personality blogger, a photographer, politically opinionated, a videographer and many other things as well. 4 Comments DaveTwitter: dnghiem September 2, 2010 Hi Rafael, I’m glad you enjoyed the article. I’m the original author by the way. It took me a while to sum up all of the research I did to write up that article, that’s why I have an extensive footnote section. I’m working on the second one, which should prove quite interesting. Dave RafaelTwitter: rafaelmarquez September 2, 2010 Hi Dave, Your article is awesome. I love how you were able to explain, in a perfectly rational manner, what is really going on with that whole situation. Please let me know if there’s anything I can do for you. Cheers, Rafael DaveTwitter: dnghiem September 3, 2010 Hi Rafael, Well, my background is in science and engineering, and when I had to do my research thesis/writeups, that’s how I had to do things. I simply transferred that same training and background into this. Course, this isn’t as dry, and it’s more fun. I’ve been monitoring my article’s reception on google, and let me tell you, I had NO IDEA that it would get this kind of reception. A lot of the crazies are coming out of the woodwork. I think I’ve now been accused of being a damn fool, an idiot, a plant to divide the Tea Party (pshaw, me? Lil o’ me? I’m flattered!), being a lefty loony, ultra right nut, you name it, I’ve been called it. I think my writing’s reached a whole new level after this. Now, the second article, is a lot harder than the first one to write, because more of the research is in books than the internet. Books, imagine that, what a concept, right? Hell, I just published one myself. If you go to my webpage you’ll see it. So, in that aspect, it’s going to take me a bit longer. If you’re interested, I run a free bimonthly/monthly e-newsletter, which is where I first posted my article a week ago. I don’t just do geopolitics, my perspective is actually monitoring globalization, because I rode a bicycle across Latin America, twice, alone, over the course of two years, went back and forth visiting over the course of another three, and encountered a lot of stuff. Did a total of 5780 miles or so. That’s a survival story in itself. So, yeah, I’ve got a vastly different perspective on things. Put it to you this way, I saw 911 in Peru, when I was in the Spanish language academy, and then in a bar in Cuzco. BUT, the way 911 was shown in espanol is COMPLETELY DIFFERENT from the way is was shown in US english. That’s why very few people outside the USA believe in the US government’s explanation of 911. Everyone has their own media, and in Latin America they really emphasized building 7, and there were even panels discussing if the Bush regime permitted 911 to happen to get the SDI bill to go through. Anyway, that’s my view. I’ll keep you posted on the second article. Kind Regards, Dave RafaelTwitter: rafaelmarquez September 4, 2010 People react in weird ways when their beliefs are challenged. Unfortunately, the people that need to hear this the most, are the ones that will pay the least attention to the message. For what it’s worth, in my book, you’re a genius of great verbal prowess.