G. Gordon Liddy Book Signing Tonight

Don't know much about this guy, maybe others can fill in the details here, but sounds like he's heavily involved in Black Ops and a big Bush supporter. Him and all the bloodthirsty Bush supporters that show up to get their books signed tonight might be good candidates for a copy of Loose Change or 9/11 Eyewitness.

His new book is called Fight Back, Tackling Terrorism

When: Thursday, February 16 at 8:00 PM
Where: Book Review, Huntington Long Island

Attend if you can...

this guy should still be in

this guy should still be in prison.

like everyone involved in

like everyone involved in Watergate, he has made a lot of money from right-wing outlets. breaking the law is good for business in the long run.just ask Oliver North.

Now he's propagating the

Now he's propagating the terrorism myth, hopefully some truthers will be able to drop in on him tonight.

hey SBG, check the new issue

hey SBG, check the new issue of Maxim.9/11 related.

Chris, I'm sure a magazine

Chris, I'm sure a magazine which promotes Mammary Memory will be filled with irrefutable evidence to the extent that no 'sane' person will question the 'official' story. :+:

"Don't know much about this

"Don't know much about this guy?" Try reading "All The President's Men." The guy should be in prison, no question.

regardless, i figured it was

regardless, i figured it was worth mentioning.it isnt completely biased in the governments favor.just mostly.

The funniest Liddy story I

The funniest Liddy story I ever heard was that at a high-level meeting, Nixon was complaining about a newspaper editor who was pissing him off. Nixon, in reference to the many dirty tricks his people were known to pull - such as politcal embarassment by digging up dirt on people - said, "I want that prick taken care of."

Liddy immediately got up and walked swiftly out of the room.

A few seconds later, Haldeman said, "Oh my God!" And ran off after Liddy. In the parking lot, he caught him and said, "Gordon, what are you planning to do?"

Liddy said, "I'm going to take care of him. I'm going to kill him!"

Haldeman explained that Nixon was speaking of something unethical but legal.