Monday, May 31, 2010

Fake Memos and Jewish Outrage!

Watch New York Congressman Anthony Weiner have a conniption fit on the House floor in response to the action of a Republican colleague reading from an allegedly fake document in House debate concerning the health care reform bill.

Compare my reasoned, rational, objective and factual presentation on my blog, My Daily Struggles, of two suspicious documents foisted on the D.C. Department of Human Rights by Dennis M. Race, Esq. of the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld.

The Justice Department has voiced concerns about what it has termed the "anger"  I have expressed in my writings since November 2009.  On January 15, 2010 two officers from the Justice Department interviewed me at my residence, purportedly to investigate the law enforcement concerns raised by the tone and content of those writings.  One officer asked me:  "How would you react if you saw Dennis Race in a men's room?"  The question I would ask is, "How would Anthony Weiner react to a Republican congressman, with a fake memo, on the House floor?"  -- Anyone?

You want to know what I think?  I think my behavior is actually pretty tame considering my ethnic heritage.

Incidentally, Weiner is a friend of Ben Affleck -- the actor and longtime friend of actor Matt Damon -- whom Weiner met while Affleck was researching the role of a young and ambitious politician on Capitol Hill in 2008. "We got into a chest-to-chest shouting match over Obama–Clinton within about four minutes. Literally, people were outside the office wondering if they should go in and separate us," Weiner has said about one of their first encounters.  And people worry about my potential for violence? Is there any evidence that I ever got into a shout-and-tug with anybody?


Gary Freedman said...

The Justice Department's interpretations of my behavior, time and time again -- in instance after instance -- defy any common sense interpretation of my behavior.

I used the word "screaming" so I could be violent (ignoring the fact that people who in fact scream are not even necessarily considered violent)

My written reaction to Dennis Race suggests that I might become irrational and violent in his presence (ignoring the fact that I have never directed any angry words at Dennis Race)

My written statements about a federal official suggest I might direct an act of violence against that official (ignoring the fact that I have never directed any angry words at that official -- and furthermore, praised that official)

It's very clear to me that the DOJ interview on 1/15/10 was a sham, whose purpose was intimidation. But then, I have paranoid schizophrenia.

And these are the people protecting the homeland?

Gary Freedman said...

Former Akin Gump counsel and former Agriculture Secretary in the Clinton Administration, Dan Glickman, was Chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) from 2004-2010 and is now the president of Refugees International.

Gary Freedman said...

Oddly enough, a few weeks ago my psychiatrist Abbas Jama, M.D. asked me if I liked the movie Good Will Hunting, which starred and was written by Affleck and Damon.

At the time I thought, "Why on Earth is he asking me that?"

Good Will Hunting is the story of a man whose genius was discovered while he worked as a janitor at MIT.