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Jared Loughner’s mother and Giffords attended same synagogue – or did they?

Just some information which may or may not be of interest and may or may not be of any significance and may or may not be true.

Amy Joanne Totman and Randy Loughner were married on April 24, 1986 in Pima County — or perhaps that’s the day they got their license, Arizona state records show. No judge is listed — perhaps suggesting they were married by clergy?

And there is a connection between Loughner and Giffords – they are both jewish and go to the same congregation, Chaverim.  I think this has come to light because Amy Loughner, Jared’s mother, has a maiden name of Totman.

Now that reminds me of Mark Potok, who may or may not be jewish, with the Southern Poverty Law Center.  Which has a connection to this case through Judge John Roll who presided over the following case:

Poverty Law Center (SPLC) report, December, 2006: “An Arizona jury, acting in a lawsuit sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center, ordered border vigilante Roger Barnett to pay $98,750 to a family of Mexican-Americans he terrorized in 2004.”  (The SPLC is well-known for their open borders position and bigoted and vicious attacks on those who propose to curtail illegal immigration.)

Now is Dupnik a jewish name?  I have no idea, but if it is,  Clarence Dupnik could also be a member of the Chaverim congregation where the Giffords and Amy Loughner attended.

Of course, some of this is just speculation or just my opinion, some from digging around on the internet, and some maybe just made up.  Any.body can make things up.

Mrs. Amy Loughner is also a Pima County employee, Pima County of course being the county where Dupnik is the sheriff.  So the two of them could know each other from work, or from attending the same synagogue, and they could have struck up an affair and they could actually be the parents of Jared Loughner.

I know, I know, that’s all just speculation or maybe I just made it all up, but it makes a lot more sense than blaming Sarah Palin or Rush Limbaugh or a few “cross hairs” on a map over a year ago for the murder of six people.

And a funny post I came across by Yid With Lid:


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U. S. government vs Arizona

Mark Levin said it days ago.  It’s a good thing we have some who will tell the truth. Unlike most everybody else yakking about it, he read the law suit.

The truth being that the suit Holder filed against Arizona does not even allege racial profiling.

After the highest of government officials, all the way up to the president, have lambasted Arizona for their immigration law, saying the law is condoning or “has the potential” of major racial profiling, Eric Holder admits yesterday his big fine law suit does not even allege racial profiling.

Of course, they all know that you can’t file a law suit alleging racial profiling unless you have an instance of it – which you can’t possibly have because the law has not even gone into effect yet.  That didn’t stop them from inciting passions about it though, did it.  It’s really unforgivable what this administration is doing, intentionally misleading and deceiving.

Mr. Holder said yesterday he MAY file a suit alleging racial profiling in six months, a year, IF there is any evidence of racial profiling.  He “floats the possibility.”  This is the breaking news after a month or so of using race to get attention.

It’s a sad day when you have the United States government filing a law suit against a state anyway – and a frivolous one at that. I think this is a really big deal. A really bad deal.

There ain’t no racial profiling!!!  The law is not even in effect yet.

They are trying to play us for a bunch of fools.


Posted:  07.12.10


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