• 13 January 2010
  • Posted By Patrick Disney
  • Congress, Events in Iran, Human Rights in Iran, Immigration Policy

Olbermann’s “Worst Person in the World”

News traveled fast about Rep. Gresham Barrett’s plan to label every Iranian a terrorist and bar them from the US, even making it onto last night’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann.


While we would never go so far as to label Rep. Barrett the “worst person in the world,” we think it’s safe to assume the STEP Act of 2010 would make the list of top 5 “worst bills.”

update: Rep. Barrett formally introduced the bill today, saying it would strengthen national security through “common sense changes” to US immigration laws.  We’re not sure what definition of “common sense” he’s using to label every man, woman, and child a “terrorist” simply because of where they come from, but we have some ideas

Posted By Patrick Disney

    One Response to “Olbermann’s “Worst Person in the World””

  1. Dear Friends: Maybe it is time that we seek a little, uncommon sense. We have seen how advancing technology is helping to liberate humanity, from tyrants, but we have a long way to go. The main stumbling block, has been the denial of highly advanced knowledge, that may have been in common use, in the ancient past. The world has been given false answers to, for the benefit of the common greed, of certain people in high places. Some of these Greedmongers, would make a good terrorist, look like a boyscout. The have the world so well trained, that any attempt to reveal a forbidden truth, is labelled, a scam. If you really want to help get some profound and liberating truths out in 2010, The ALPHA Project, may be your best bet for a brighter future.

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