Wednesday, October 13, 2004

LATEST NEWS

Well it seems that the US press is beginning to give THE BULGE transmitter story some space.

A great article from SALON.COM heres a snippet:

Technical expert: Bush was wired

Now a technical expert who designs and makes such devices for the U.S. military and private industry tells Salon that he believes the bulge is indeed a transceiver designed to receive electronic signals and transmit them to a hidden earpiece lodged in Bush's ear canal.

"There's no question about it. It's a pretty obvious one -- larger than most because it probably has descrambling capability," said Alex Darbut, technical and business development vice president for Resistance Technology in Arden Hills, Minn.

And another GOOD STORY that kind of sums up the whole thing, earpiece coaching or not.

The Energizer President?

John Edwards' appearance on the Tonight show has been making news due to Edwards' speculation that The Bulge was a battery... the media loves the comment... and so we enter another day of BULGE speculation.

Well... lets hope somebody with HDTV captures tonight's debate in high resolution, and somebody records all the communication frequencies!! Something tells me that Bush had a heart-to-heart with his tailor, Georges de Paris, and I doubt we'll see a bulge.

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bushwired RULES! Heres the full text for non salon people

Technical expert: Bush was wired
A Bush spokesman tells Salon there is nothing to the story. But as the final presidential debate looms, speculation grows about the mysterious bulge.

- - - - - - - - - - - -
By Dave Lindorff

Oct. 13, 2004  |  Speculation continues to run wild about President Bush's mystery bulge. Since Friday, when Salon first raised questions about the rectangular bulge that was visible under Bush's suit coat during the presidential debates, many observers in the press and on the Internet have wondered aloud whether the verbally and factually challenged president might be receiving coaching via a hidden electronic device.

Now a technical expert who designs and makes such devices for the U.S. military and private industry tells Salon that he believes the bulge is indeed a transceiver designed to receive electronic signals and transmit them to a hidden earpiece lodged in Bush's ear canal.

"There's no question about it. It's a pretty obvious one -- larger than most because it probably has descrambling capability," said Alex Darbut, technical and business development vice president for Resistance Technology in Arden Hills, Minn. Darbut examined photographs of the president's back taken from the Fox News video feed at the first presidential debate in Coral Gables, Fla., as well as 2002 photos of the president driving and working in a T-shirt on his Crawford ranch, which were posted on the White House Web site.

Darbut speculates that the device the president wears is provided by the Secret Service, noting, "They're not going to have him driving around the countryside on his ranch without being in instant contact with him."

No one in the White House or Bush campaign, however, has offered such an explanation. In fact, the Bush camp has shed little light on the mysterious protuberance, turning aside questions with dismissive humor or rising tones of exasperation. The president is "a regular guy," White House chief of staff Andy Card told Salon's Tim Grieve before the second debate last week. "Maybe his suit had a little lump in it or something." Campaign spokeswoman Nicolle Devenish took the same line with the New York Times on Saturday: "It was most likely a rumpling of that portion of his suit jacket, or a wrinkle in the fabric." But Devenish, the Times dryly noted, "could not say why the 'rumpling' was rectangular." Campaign spokesman Scott Stanzel brushed aside a questioner in a Washington Post chat session by saying, "I think you've been spending a little too much time on conspiracy Web sites."

On Tuesday, in response to repeated questions from Salon, the Bush camp finally issued a flat denial. Campaign spokesman Reed Dickens denied that Bush has ever used an electronic device to aid his public speaking, insisting the president was wearing "nothing during the debates." When asked about the pictures taken at the Bush ranch, Dickens said the president has never used any devices except for cutting tools and earplugs to protect his ears from the high-decibel chainsaw. Nor has the Secret Service outfitted Bush with a hidden communications device, according to Dickens: "He doesn't need something like that because the Secret Service is always with him. They ride in the truck in the back. Wherever he goes, they're with him."

Despite the official denials, the bulge brouhaha is still ballooning. On Tuesday, the New York Daily News produced a master tailor named Frank Shattuck who, after viewing photos from both debates, confirmed, "There's definitely something there, in between the shoulder blades. I can't say what it is, but it's not hidden very well. They should have come to me. I can hide a pistol under the breast."

In Orlando, Florida, TV station WFTV polled its viewers, asking, “Do you believe the accusations that President George W. Bush was wired during the presidential debate?” Of 35,000 respondents, only 42 percent answered no, while 36 percent replied yes, and 22 percent said possibly.

Meanwhile, blogs, chat rooms, bulletin boards -- and Salon's letters pages -- continue to buzz with discussion about Bush's possible electronic enhancement. Reports are flying around the Web about earlier televised events where audio glitches allegedly permitted TV viewers to hear someone directing what Bush to say, including his public remarks at the Sea Island G-8 summit meeting in June, his D-day anniversary speech in France, and a New York speech following 9/11.

One thing is certain: During the final presidential debate in Tempe, Ariz., on Wednesday night, all eyes will be on Bush's back.

salon.com

4:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think we must make some souvenirs to push the news!

a simplest t shirt logo with the www on it

Their are several services who provide a online shop for free.

You just need to upload the logo.

JUST REGISTER AND SELL SPREAD THE WORD!
http://en.spreadshirt.de/

4:27 AM  
Blogger theresa said...

Do we have too short of an attention span? Or have we all lost interest? Or, is someone messing with the websites? Have you noticed the headline stories in the news? Has anyone noticed how oil prices have gone down in the last two days, mass graves have been found in Iraq(complete with photo op and one skeleton), and how Canada is a breeding ground for terrorists(no mention of Saudi Arabia, Bush senior's home away from home)? All this right before the final debate, how convenient. This administration thrives on distractions, and believe me, they will feed us plenty of them before November 2. Are we really that hungry? I'd rather starve. There is a story here, this president can't put more than 5 words together at one time without some help. We all know this, even his supporters.

8:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the isbushwired site down or malfunctioning in some way? No new posts for many hours and a test I tried hasn't come up..just concerned.

9:33 AM  
Blogger ProudLib said...

Somebody should hack into the system tonight and give for Bush crazy advice that will either confuse him or make him say strange things

10:56 AM  
Blogger Eric said...

thank you for making this site

11:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FROM: The American People
TO: The Bulge
RE: Tonight's Debate

11:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FROM: The American People
TO: The Bulge
RE: Tonight's Debate

YOU CAN RUN BUT YOU CAN'T HIDE!

11:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The isbushwired.com blog seems not to be accepting new comments.

Either that or there's a limit to the number of comments per posting, and that's been reached.

It would help a lot to have that blog working again (unless this one is supposed to be its successor), since it was linked to in the original Salon story (and maybe other stories too)

Anyone know the e-mail address of the person managing that blog?

Hey hey, ho ho, that dirty little creep has got to go.

11:48 AM  
Blogger products said...

China Wholesale has been described as the world’s factory. This phenomenom is typified by the rise ofbusiness. Incredible range of products available with China Wholesalers “Low Price and High Quality” not only reaches directly to their target clients worldwide but also ensures that wholesale from china from China means margins you cannot find elsewhere and buy products wholesaleChina Wholesale will skyroket your profits.wedding dressescheap naruto cosplayanime cosplay

7:31 PM  
Blogger products said...

Women’s nike tn Shox Rivalry est le modèle féminin le plus tendance de baskets pour le sport. tn chaussuresConcernant la semelle :spyder jacketsCheap Brand Jeans Shop - True Religion Jeans nike shoes & Puma Shoes Online- tn nike,Diesel Jeans le caoutchouc extérieur, l’EVA intermédiaire Levis Jeanset le textile intérieur s’associent pour attribuer à la.ed hardy shirts pretty fitCharlestoncheap columbia jackets. turned a pair of double plays to do the trick.Lacoste Polo Shirts, puma basket, Burberry Polo Shirts.wholesale Lacoste polo shirts and cheap polo shirtswith great price.Thank you so much!!cheap polo shirts men'ssweate,gillette mach3 razor bladesfor men.As for Cheap Evisu JeansCheap Armani Jeanspolo shirtsPuma shoes

7:31 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home