Crazy Eileen, Revealed!

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Monday, July 27, 2009 at 3:41 pm

My hometown newspaper discovers the identity of the screaming woman in the infamous Rep. Mike Castle (R-Del.) video:

The star of the show — known as “Crazy Eileen” to callers of a Sussex County talk radio station — has gone into seclusion, declining interviews and avoiding publicity, even as previous statements by her have emerged referring to Obama as “the antichrist” and speaking of aliens and angels.

“She doesn’t want to be another ‘Joe the Plumber’ I think,” said Dan Gaffney, program director and morning host at WGMD 92.7 FM.

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16 Comments

Matt Taylor
Comment posted July 27, 2009 @ 9:32 pm

Nahh, she is just waiting for her offer to come through on a Fox News primetime show.


Florida Christain
Comment posted July 27, 2009 @ 11:13 pm

I like the part where Eileen was writing about the Alien Agenda!

Its about time someone did something about all the alien abductions!

the democrats could care less!


24AheadDotCom
Comment posted July 27, 2009 @ 11:30 pm

How long before “birthers” are declared non-persons? That's only partly a bad joke: this is the same type of smearing that occurs under totalitarian regimes.

P.S. Dave Weigel lied on the Rachel Maddow show a few days ago.


CestWhat
Comment posted July 28, 2009 @ 12:14 am

Gayle Quinnell of Shakopee, Minnesota was that “Crazy McCain supporter” who thought Barack Obama was a Muslim and hairbrushes are the Devil's vanity sticks.

She got that factoid from Kenneth Lambs who claimed that because Barack Obama's paternal grandparents were named Hussein and Habiba, they must be Arab. Actually they took those names upon converting to Islam, but were both born as Onyango and Akumu, tradition African Luo tribal names. Also of the one and half billion Muslims worldwide, under 15% are Arab so having an Arabic name and being Muslim doesn't make either Barack Obama's paternal grandfather or his paternal grandmother Arabs.

Basically Kenneth Lamb's position was that a person named Monica would be Tunisian. Why? Because Saint Augustine's mother, Saint Monica, was a citizen of Cathrage (present-day Tunisia). I use the Monica example my Granny, a lilly-white Irishwoman, is named Monica and also Monica Crowley repeated the Kenneth Lamb Arabic grandparents claim on her radio show.


Centipede
Comment posted July 28, 2009 @ 12:32 am

Crazy Eileen. I couldn't have thought of a more appropriate name.


Matt Taylor
Comment posted July 28, 2009 @ 12:37 am

“How long before “birthers” are declared non-persons?”

So you want to not be considered a person? I mean nobody considers you sane, so that probably wouldn't be a huge stretch.


24AheadDotCom
Comment posted July 28, 2009 @ 3:32 am

Why am I not surprised that a Weigel fan would be unaware of basic historical references:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonperson


Matt Taylor
Comment posted July 28, 2009 @ 6:22 am

Why am I surprised that someone as clinically psychotic as you would assume that just because I was mocking you I was unaware of the reference?

Face facts chucklebut, you and your nutjob buddies have lost.


FastMovingCloud
Comment posted July 28, 2009 @ 3:30 pm

Hahahah! Crazy Eileen, you're reputation precedes you! HAA!


FastMovingCloud
Comment posted July 28, 2009 @ 3:32 pm

ooh, chucklebut. I may have to borrow that one. (I'll probably add another 't' though).


Matt Taylor
Comment posted July 28, 2009 @ 3:58 pm

Yeah it does work better that way. Give mea break it was almost 2 in the morning.


elsbeth
Comment posted July 30, 2009 @ 12:53 am

Crazy Eileen's timing was perfect!!! She came to surface just as Orly Taitz' disastrous CNN interview with Kitty Pilgrim was aired. The two of them have give the birfers tons of MSM exposure…much to the birfers horror.

Thank you Crazy Eileen!


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Tuci78
Comment posted August 6, 2009 @ 11:54 am

From David Hahn, “Publisher, StatePaper.com ” August 5, 2009.

Publisher: Obama Should Produce Original Birth Certificate

At StatePaper.com, we know by making this statement we will be instantly tagged as “racist,” “birther,” or other pejorative terms by those who defend the President of the United States. We often defend the President and the job he is doing and are regularly lambasted for being “too liberal” or an “Obama lover” by some of our most prolific critics.

But, here is the issue:

The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of our country. Article II of the Constitution requires the President to be a natural born citizen. Without reciting them here, there appears to be some serious questions raised about whether President Obama was born in the United States or Kenya. We have not checked sources, but there are reports that some witnessed his birth in Kenya.

The President's campaign staff and then his administration have released and placed on the internet a “Certificate of Live Birth.” We do not dispute the validity or correctness of that document as others have tried to do, suggesting the use of computers to alter seals and names. By releasing this document the President agrees that the claims about his status as a natural born citizen is an open, important, public issue.

But, this “Certificate of Live Birth” is simply not the best evidence that the President and his administration could offer to lay to rest any doubt about his status as a natural born citizen.

Barack Obama is a lawyer and a graduate of Harvard Law School. All law students study the body of law we call “Evidence.” One of the core tenets of American law is the “best evidence rule” which requires the production of original, or certified copies, of original document to prove a fact. Abstracts and summaries are not original documents.

The President has offered an abstract (Certificate) of his birth, but not an original birth certificate which would be the best evidence of his birth. We need the best evidence so that it can do what the best evidence is meant to do; dispel the doubts about a fact. We need to see the Birth Certificate. That's the one that is often handwritten and signed by the doctor.

Lawyers and legal thinkers will, obviously, argue the finer points of the “Best Evidence Rule” and its applicability to this matter. But, that misses the point. The notion of “Best Evidence” is solidly-grounded in law. This is an important public matter and it seems now that the President has started down the path of offering some evidence (Certificate of Live Birth), he should offer the “best evidence” (Original Birth Certificate) which is the source document for his birth. The document behind the document which has been released. This is what is needed now in the court of public knowledge.

The fact in question here is the constitutional qualification of the President of the United States to hold office. With a simple nod, the President could offer the American people the best evidence, the source document(s), as he learned about at Harvard, and dispel those who question his birth as a natural born citizen. His failure to provide this best evidence, when it could be so easily done, raises only more questions, which fuels an ugly public debate.

And now we've got a “Liberal” Nebraska newspaper advising Barry to cough up his birth certificate. “Crazy Eileen” don't look so crazy anymore, do she?

If our Mombasa Messiah can produce a birth certificate the contents of which won't steer him into an encounter with a squad of federal marshals come to arrest him and perp-walk him out of the White House in chains.

Anybody else out there ready to hear our TelePrompTer-in-Chief taking the Fifth? I am!


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