In September of 2015, I defended Ed Fadeley, knowing it would weaken my case against Belle Burch and Alley Valkyrie, who accused me of stalking them. They promised to do everything possible to destroy my reputation and my newspaper/blog. They did much damage, but not as much damage as Trump is doing. He emerged ‘Born Again’ after he pretended he was ‘Saved’. The Christian-right did not care if Donald was faking it, as many wretches fake it, but, they knew this was great publicity and an endorsement of the major tenant of the Evangelical religion. Ed was not a Christian, he and his wife breathed new life into Landmark.
Ben Carson was present at this religious charade, and was rewarded for laying hands on the President Erect, and driving those grabby demons out of him. King Trump made Ben the head of HUD. Ben saw the ‘Reformed Pussy Grabber’ at work. The Clintons were never forgiven by Jesus. Putin is a ‘Born Again Big Boner Man’. Europeans don’t wage war on the Erection like they do in America. Secular Puritanism caused men to not vote for Hillary. One third of Republican voters – like Putin!
Trump appointed a Orthodox Zionist, David Friedman, and is now considering moving the American Embassy to Jerusalem, thus hinting he is going to help the Jews rebuild the temple, which is key to the Evangelical End Time prophecy.
Trump was down double digits. Then……. he was saved! Now he was only down only four points after the Evangelicals Zionists blessed him. Trump has loaded his cabinet with generals and oil tycoons. George Bush said he was “Bringing God’s Gift of Liberty to the Iraqi People’. We are back on the War Treadmill, folks – just like that! Trump is screeching at China on Twitter for the theft of a drone – and he is not sworn in! We all agreed there would never be another Bush. Now we got way worse than W. Thanks Jesus….. ‘Son of Peace’.
I saw Edward in action as he told my friend Virginia his favorite war story. She understood he was trying to be charming, trying to impress her. She could handle it.
“It was said about Fadeley that: “During a period when women went from being office toys and decoration to serious partners in the world of work, I think Ed was one of those people who never really understood the transition.” Mary Botkin, labor lobbyist”
I see Mary Botkin greeting her guests, they taking in her new decor, they not paying much attention to the election results as they admire her new granite tops in the kitchen; they fondling her expensive bottles of wine, she always going out of her way to impress her women friends, even make them envious of her. Then, Trump wins Florida. Mary ignores this set back, as she lays out how much power women are going to own after the Victory Party. Mary recites her infamous Fadeley Tale, how she helped bring the big braggart man to his knees, he begging for mercy. She makes sure she compliments all her women friends, on their hairdo, their new dress, their jewelry, their improved shape thanks to their studly trainer at the gym. Then, Wisconsin falls to the Pussy Grabber! Who knows. Maybe Ed would have made a run for the White House, because he HAD the right stuff!
Women are into sexual conquest, too. This teacher may have done some serious bragging – if she had not been caught in bed with a very horny teenager! Isn’t this what we are – primates with powerful sex drives that used to have to traverse an intricate labyrinth of social morals, but, after Trump, it’s permitted to go for the gusto, directly, because, it’s just Locker Room Talk according to Melania Trump who poo-pooed her husband’s thrill at getting a married man to commit adultery – in his heart!
No wonder humans want to be born again, and again, and again! Locker Room Talk has never led to a sexual act, and, has never hurt anyone! Trump had Bill Clinton’s abused women sitting up in the balcony at his debate with Hillary Clinton. I look at all these little children fleeing the ruins of Aleppo. They were conceived in hell. I wonder if the were conceived with love as the bombs fell all around the fathers, and, the mothers.
Where is the love, the love of Jesus, the love of Allah? We are led to believe Love takes a holiday in every Locker Room, and thus….Men are allowed to be Men, without putting on any airs, or…..pretentions! Our First Lady to be understands this. She signed a Prenuptial Agreement written by David Friedman, the rabid Zionist Jew and Divorce Attorney! David is ‘A Fighter In Court’. Trump wants to be surrounded by Fighting Men, because he dodged the draft.
Ed served his country. And, he served the people of Oregon as a Supreme Court Judge. He has seen and heard it all – our fucking monkey business. Mary Botkin is the one who did not get it. Mary is the one who sees women as mere toys! The women who took Ed down, had no love in their heart. They did it – for the sport! I am a witness to this kind of Sport.
A Judge is going to have to hear this case – and keep a straight face! In the coming Trump Age, anything goes! You know this boy was going to do some serious locker room bragging! Boys will be boys!
“The father of the 16-year-old boy contacted the Lane County Sheriff’s Office at 11:30 a.m. on July 24 after he walked in on his son getting dressed while the woman, Jessica Jane Bennett, was allegedly naked in the teenager’s bed. The teen’s 14-year-old sister also witnessed Bennett in the bed, the father told deputies.
Bennett and the teenage boy ran from the house and the father noticed three unwrapped and used condoms scattered around the mattress, according to a probable cause affidavit filed in Lane County Circuit Court.”
In the good ol days of debauchery, if Trump had caught his teenage son filling up three condoms in one session of love-making, he would have put him in his chariot and rode him around the streets of Rome, shouting;
“My son will make Rome great again!”
The eve Trump got elected, the Justice of God, Jesus, and Allah…….took a holiday! Now, the world has hell to pay! Ms. Botkin owes us a public explanation why Trump got 53% of the Woman’s Vote. Does she have a clue? I do! Trump got 81% of the Evangelical vote – after they heard him confess he tried to fuck a married woman! Some female students who voted for Trump are calling for a “safe area”. Why would a woman evangelical voter vote for sex abuser. Perhaps it was not a matter of FOR, but AGAINST. It appears to me these Lady Lovers of Jesus, really wanted to sock it to their counterparts – but good! Strap on that Political Dildo, and………….OOMPH!
“Wasn’t it fun fighting Hillary?” Trump asks his ‘Ode to Joy Toys’ at his Victoria Secret Rally. And, you see the shrill looks of vicious glee on the faces of the Righteous Women, they in their glory for bringing that Democratic Bitch, down – with the help of their King Jesus!
Edward Fadeley, was a Good Speller!
“No one deserves harassment. That said, it’s still ironic that Deletka, and others like her, now want safe spaces to express their opinions: the very thing that exemplifies the emotional “weakness” of the Left, according to many right-wingers. It doesn’t work that way. The reason Deletka feels “unsafe” is because she voted for a candidate who selected neo-Nazis for his cabinet; who bragged about sexual assault, telling survivors everywhere that powerful men don’t face consequences for their actions, but rather get rewarded in spite of them. This “unsafe” feeling she has is what happens when people realize that these values have no place in a civilized society, and rightly speak out against them.
The article does not mention Delekta’s religious views (or lack thereof), but I imagine that the Jesus who preached “love your neighbor as yourself” would have wept at her decision and that of the 81% of evangelicals who followed her lead.”
US President-elect Donald Trump got plenty of attention — but not the kind he was looking for — after a tweet Saturday calling out China for its seizure of an unmanned US naval probe.
“China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters — rips it out of water and takes it to China in unpresidented (sic) act,” the real estate magnate wrote on his favorite platform.
“Unpresidented” quickly became a top trending topic on Twitter in the United States, as online wags savaged the incoming president for the unfortunate misspelling.
“TrumpSpellCheck — Unpresidentedly effective,” tweeted “Harry Potter” author JK Rowling.
“Dear world, most Americans really wish we could be #unpresidented,” another Twitter user wrote.
Trump deleted the tweet after about an hour, replacing it with one correctly using the word “unprecedented.”
During his campaign in 1988 Fadeley violated the rules of judicial ethics by asking for campaign contributions. This led to the first time in the history of the Oregon Supreme Court that the court censured one of its own members. In 1996, the Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability filed a complaint against justice Fadeley alleging sexual harassment, among other charges. It was said about Fadeley that: “During a period when women went from being office toys and decoration to serious partners in the world of work, I think Ed was one of those people who never really understood the transition.” Mary Botkin, labor lobbyist. Other comments about Fadeley included: “He thinks any woman wants to be told — even in a business setting — that they are good looking.” Betty Roberts former colleague in the Oregon State Senate, and former Oregon Supreme Court Justice. The following year the Commission recommended Fadeley be suspended, but the Oregon Supreme Court dismissed all allegations after Fadeley resigned from the court.[
Edward Norman Fadeley (December 13, 1929 – August 30, 2015) was an American attorney and politician in the state of Oregon, United States. He was the 88th Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court. Previously he served in both the Oregon House of Representatives and the Oregon State Senate, serving one session as President of the Oregon Senate. In later years he faced allegations of sexual harassment and was reprimanded for legal ethics violations.
Edward Norman Fadeley was born on December 13, 1929, in Williamsville, Missouri, the son of Robert Sylvester Fadeley and Nelle Fadeley (née Norman), both teachers. He was raised in of Missouri, and at the age of 14 he decided he wanted to become a lawyer. After high school he attended and graduated from the University of Missouri in Columbia. Edward Fadeley then joined the United States Navy where he served for three years. After the Navy he moved to Eugene, Oregon where he enrolled at the University of Oregon School of Law. There he purchased a house when he arrived in 1954 and announced during the first term that he would finish first in his class. In 1957, Fadeley graduated from law school at the university, first in his class. He married Nancie Peacocke and the couple had two children, Shira and Charles. Edward Fadeley would then enter private legal practice where he remained for 31 years. He divorced Nancie Fadeley in 1984 and married his second wife, Darian, 3½ years later.
In 1960, Fadeley was elected to the Oregon House of Representatives as a Democrat from Eugene. He would serve 26 years in the Oregon Legislature. In 1963, he moved to the Oregon State Senate where he would become Senate President in 1983. Beginning in 1971 he would serve several sessions in the legislature with his then-wife Nancie Fadeley, who was serving in the House. While in the legislature in 1983 he failed in an attempt to amend the Oregon Constitution to prevent any sales tax in the state, but did defeat attempts to pass a sales tax during the session.
In 1986, he ran for governor, but lost in the primary election to Neil Goldschmidt. In 1988 Fadeley ran for an open seat on the Oregon Supreme Court to fill the position of J. R. Campbell whose term had expired and won on November 8, 1988, against Vern Cook. He won re-election to a second six-year term in 1994 before resigning from the court on January 31, 1998.
During his campaign in 1988 Fadeley violated the rules of judicial ethics by asking for campaign contributions. This led to the first time in the history of the Oregon Supreme Court that the court censured one of its own members. In 1996, the Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability filed a complaint against justice Fadeley alleging sexual harassment, among other charges. It was said about Fadeley that: “During a period when women went from being office toys and decoration to serious partners in the world of work, I think Ed was one of those people who never really understood the transition.” Mary Botkin, labor lobbyist. Other comments about Fadeley included: “He thinks any woman wants to be told — even in a business setting — that they are good looking.” Betty Roberts former colleague in the Oregon State Senate, and former Oregon Supreme Court Justice. The following year the Commission recommended Fadeley be suspended, but the Oregon Supreme Court dismissed all allegations after Fadeley resigned from the court.
Fadeley was later sued by the firm that defended him against the ethics violations allegation for fees owed, but Fadeley claimed the fees charged were “outrageous” as well as that the defense was inadequate. In 2007, Fadeley was suspended by the Oregon Supreme Court for 30 days for violations of ethics rules including charging an excessive fee. He died of heart failure at a hospital in Springfield, Oregon, on August 30, 2015. He had suffered a heart attack around a week prior to his death.
JERUSALEM/WASHINGTON A senior Palestinian official warned on Friday that implementation of Donald Trump’s pledge to relocate the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem would destroy any prospects for peace with Israel, even as a spokesman for the U.S. President-elect said he remained committed to the move.
Saeb Erekat, secretary-general of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, issued the grim prediction just a day after Trump announced his decision to nominate as ambassador to Israel David Friedman, a pro-Israel hardliner who supports continued building of Jewish settlements and shifting the embassy from Tel Aviv.
Speaking to foreign journalists, Erekat said Jerusalem was a final-status issue to be negotiated between Israel and the Palestinians, who also want it as the capital of a future independent state.
Successive U.S. administrations have avoided formally recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. If Trump makes good on his campaign promise, it would up-end decades of U.S. policy, enrage the Muslim world and draw international condemnation.
Jerusalem is home to sites sacred to Jews, Muslims and Christians.
“No one should take any decisions which may preempt or prejudge (negotiations) because this will be the destruction of the peace process as a whole,” Erekat said, according to a transcript provided by an aide. The last U.S.-backed talks on statehood collapsed in 2014.
He further warned of dire consequences if Israel annexes settlements built on occupied land. Friedman, a bankruptcy lawyer and close friend of Trump who has no diplomatic experience, has advocated the idea of Israel annexing the West Bank, as it did with Arab East Jerusalem following its capture in the 1967 Middle East war in a move not recognized internationally.
Erekat said he would like to look Trump and Friedman in the eye and tell them “if you were to take these steps of moving the embassy and annexing settlements in the West Bank, you are sending this region to more chaos, lawlessness and extremism.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has had a fractious relationship with President Barack Obama, was satisfied with Friedman’s appointment, according to the Israeli website Ynet, and several members of his right-wing government welcomed the choice.
Liberal Jewish-American groups have raised objections over positions he has stated in writings and press interviews, which they see as a rejection of a two-state solution, a longtime bedrock of U.S. Middle East policy, and alignment with Israel’s far right.
Trump spokesman Jason Miller said the president-elect “remains firmly committed” to relocating the embassy but that it was “premature” to present a timetable for such a move.
U.S.-based analysts said that while Friedman’s appointment could signal a break with longstanding U.S. policy as well as Obama’s sometimes tough approach to ally Israel, U.S. ambassadors typically do not drive Middle East policy and it was still unclear how far Trump would be prepared to go.
Friedman, who must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate, declined to answer questions when contracted by Reuters. “I’ll do that at some point, but I’m not providing any comments just yet,” he said.