Coakley Pedo Fan Too
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Martha Coakley, candidate for US Senate in Massachusetts is a big fan of pedophile perverts, just like pedophile-pandering gay boy pornographer and admitted homosexual Thomas "Chip" White.

Martha’s Greatest Hits II: Candidate Coakley and the ‘Pedophile Priest’
Quote:Posted by Gary Hewson Jan 14th 2010 at 1:12 pm
Second of a series.  Find parts one here and three here.

The “Pedophile Priest” Case, 1995-2002: Coakley cut secret deal in 1995 that allowed Father Geoghan to molest again.

Martha Coakley is running for the U.S. Senate in part on her track record of keeping children safe from predators.  The actual facts, however, are somewhat at odds with her campaign biography.

One of the most notorious cases of homosexual child abuse in the “pedophile priests” scandal that rocked the American Catholic Church in general and the Archdiocese of Boston in particular over the past twenty years involved Father John Geoghan, who came to symbolize the cancer in the church.

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Here’s a brief introduction to the late, defrocked Father Geoghan by Denise Noe in Crime Magazine.  Be sure to read the whole story, then come back.

The unofficial poster boy for priest pedophilia was a Boston priest named Father John Geoghan. He became a symbol for everything the church had done wrong in handling this problem when, on Jan. 6, 2002, The Boston Globe broke the story about how Boston’s archbishop, Cardinal Bernard Law, had moved the abusive Geoghan from parish to parish over the years. The article also discussed the $10 million dollar settlement the church had already made with families of his victims. After the article ran, an embarrassed Law apologized – and turned over to law enforcement the names of dozens of Boston priests who had been similarly accused.

The Geoghan scandal rocked Boston, and eventually resulted in Cardinal Law’s removal as Archbishop.  In part to shield him from possible prosecution, the late Pope John Paul II summoned Law to Rome, where he was ensconced as the Archpriest of the historic Basilica of St. Mary Major, and replaced him in Boston with Archbishop Sean O’Malley.

And what was Ms. Coakley’s role in all this?  At first, she was applauded for her role in the successful prosecution of Father Geoghan in 2002.  But then it was discovered that she had plea-bargained away molestation charges against him in 1995, letting him off with probation in a deal that was kept secret from the public.

What?

One possible explanation for her actions is that she had lost a high-profile case against a priest in suburban Woburn, Father Paul Manning; Manning’s parishioners reportedly cheered when he was acquitted of molesting an 11-year-old altar boy at his 1994 trial.

Still, as David Clohessy, national director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, noted at the time: “Charging Geoghan with something and exposing him publicly might well have brought forward victims, witnesses, whistle-blowers, and evidence that could have resulted in a conviction and a tougher sentence.’’

Here’s Martha, explaining herself:



And here’s the Boston Globe story, recounting the whole sordid mess:

When Martha Coakley was the Middlesex district attorney, her office prosecuted the Rev. John J. Geoghan based on an allegation that he squeezed the buttocks of a 10-year-old boy a single time at a public swimming pool. The highly publicized 2002 conviction won Coakley widespread praise for bringing the first successful criminal case against the widely accused pedophile, a priest many had called “Father Jack.’’

But seven years earlier, Coakley, then the head of the Middlesex child abuse unit, had Geoghan in her sights and took a dramatically different approach. Back then, three grade-school brothers told investigators that Geoghan had inappropriately touched them during numerous visits to their Waltham home, and had made lewd telephone calls to them. Rather than prosecute, Coakley agreed to grant Geoghan a year of probation in a closed-door proceeding that received no media attention at all.

Because of the deal, Geoghan faced no formal charges and no criminal record.

In sanctioning the 1995 probation agreement, Coakley, now the front-runner in a special election for the United States Senate, never pressed the Boston Archdiocese for any prior complaints against Geoghan.


That’s one way to make a name for yourself: let a pedophile off the hook privately so that he can molest more children, and then make a big, public conviction to take credit for your amazing work keeping children safe from…. the pedophile priest you secretly let go seven years earlier.

And as for Father Geoghan, he was strangled and killed by a fellow inmate in February, 2004.

More to come…

I love a story with a happy ending.
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In that YouTube video above, at about 0:40 does she say "irrevalent" instead of "irrelevant"?  How does a moron like this ever pass the bar, let alone become a state AG?  J.D. from the Boston University School of Law?  Something tells me she was good at oral exams, if you catch my drift.  

Here's a link to her bar app: http://www.boston.com/news/local/breakin...ey_bar.PDF

In case the perv lover wasn't doing enough to demolish her own campaign, now Dear Leader is helping.  

A loser and a sore one at that
Quote:By Michael Graham
Monday, January 18, 2010

No matter what happens at the ballot box tomorrow, one thing is certain: Martha Coakley is a loser. ...

In the Democratic primary, Coakley ran on the one thing she couldn’t get wrong: being a woman. It’s been downhill ever since.

Right after losing the primary, Rep. Michael Capuano was asked what he learned on the campaign trail. “You’re screwed,” he told his Democratic colleagues. Everyone wondered what he meant. Now we know. ...

This is the kind of political stupidity it takes for a Democrat to lose a Senate race in Massachusetts. You can’t just run a weak campaign, or commit a gaffe or two. You’ve got to run an absolute disaster of a campaign to lose to a Republican here.

And that’s what Coakley delivered. It wasn’t the Hindenburg or the Titanic. It was the Hindenburg crashing into the Titanic.


Backing from Barack may doom Martha
Quote:By Rachelle Cohen
Sunday, January 17, 2010

This is no ordinary Sunday.

No, this is the Sunday that President Obama brings his political magic act to Massachusetts, to do for Martha Coakley what she is having some trouble doing for herself - winning over voters.

It is, of course, not the first time Barack Obama has come to the rescue of Democrats in trouble in the past few months.

Last fall Obama went to Virginia - twice - to campaign with R. Creigh Deeds, who was attempting to keep that governorship in Democratic hands - where, by the way, it had been for eight years, and in a state Obama himself had taken just a year earlier.

Deeds ended up with 41 percent of the vote to 59 percent for Republican Robert F. McDonnell.

Ah, but the excuse-makers insisted, Virginia is one of those quirky places with a strong Republican history.

Fine.

So how about New Jersey? There the president made three - count ’em, three - visits on behalf of incumbent Gov. Jon Corzine. Corzine lost to Republican Christopher J. Christie who ended up with 49 percent of the vote to 41 percent for Corzine - even with an eventually marginalized third-party candidate in the race.

Exit polls in both races found Obama’s appearances “made a difference” for about four in 10 voters, evenly split between those who were favorably persuaded versus those turned off by the president’s involvement in the contest.

Oh, and Christie was the first Republican to win statewide in New Jersey in 12 years.

So with a track record like that, well, welcome to town, Mr. President.

Please try the chowder while you’re here. Like a lobster roll with that? And so very sorry the New England Patriots aren’t around to offer up a little entertainment.

Hey, nothing personal. You’re a helluva guy, really.

But like voters in Virginia and New Jersey, Massachusetts folk really can get this one squared away all by ourselves, thanks.

The good news is, Mr. President, that at least it won’t be as bad as that bid for the Olympics you made in Copenhagen, where the committee was voting against Chicago’s offer before you even got back on Air Force One.

At least we don’t vote until Tuesday.
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Obummer heckled at Boston U. Coakley Rally

Quote:Stumping for Coakley, Obama gets uh, stumped. It's not pretty, and the heckling goes on for a quite some time. And he couldn't fill the hall.

“It holds 3,000 and frankly only 2,000 to 2,500 showed up.” (FOX reported)

Obama Heckled at Coakley Rally in Boston… At a University? (Video)



Painful but delicious to watch a guy who is toast discovering that he is .... toast.

His own peeps. Heh.

UPDATE: Glenn got this from the street:

A REPORT FROM THE SCOTT BROWN RALLY AT WORCESTER: “It’s an absolute mob scene. The police have closed off the streets. It’s mind blowing. The hall is already full, and it holds 3,000 people. There may be another 1,000 people outside.”

Meanwhile, reader Sean Fitzpatrick writes: “Pictures don’t do justice. Nothing like this in Mass since JFK. Worcester rally starts in thirty minutes and the streets are already packed.” Here’s a pic.

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01/10: Brown defeats pedo lover Coakley.  The canary in Obummer's coal mine just died.

11/10:  Republicans take back Congress.

01/11:  Obummer impeached.

You read it here first.
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Quote:11/10: Republicans take back Congress.

01/11: Obummer impeached.

Are you joking, right?
They didn't impeach George Doublejew and his pal Blair when they were caught lying on the weapons of mass destruction, which was a more serious matter than whatever social alchemy platypus Hussein may be into...not only that, but scum little hulksters re-elected them both...go figure, eh?
A.A Mole University
B.A London Institute of Applied Research
B.Sc Millard Fillmore
M.A International Institute for Advanced Studies
Ph.D London Institute of Applied Research
Ph.D Millard Fillmore
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Martin Eisenstadt Wrote:The canary in Obummer's coal mine just died.

Give Dear Leader a break. He's only been on the job a year and already he's replaced Ted Kennedy with a Republican.
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Is everyone blaming the undertaker for the death of the American economy? A whole series of administrations have encouraged the export of American jobs overseas. While the Chinese, Koreans, etc. have charged headlong into actually producing things, America has embraced the service sector. "Ya'wanna supersize that" is the motto for the direction the economy is headed. While Americans have excelled at consuming, the developing world has actually figured out that the key to developing wealth is production. The choice is debt and consumption or saving and production. If you think things are bad now, wait until foreign interests decide they no longer want to hold any US debt. Then America will not only have no production, it will have no consumption.

Of course Obama is an idiot. He is so far out of his league and has no understanding that while socialist agendas do a fine job redistributing wealth during good times, no enonomy has ever recovered by embracing socialism.
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