41 Thoughts to “Infamous Duecaster/Advocator Quotes”

  1. Bring it On

    Feds charge 22-year-old Pentagon contractor with procurement fraudBy Elizabeth Newell and Robert Brodsky enewell@govexec.com June 23, 2008 53223

    The doctrine of “affirmative action” or “diversity” is so lacking in merit that those who support it can only ascribe sinister and hateful motives to those of us who understand and point out its insidious and pervasive effects on our government and culture.
    Robert L. Duecaster Posted June 27, 2008 12:03 PM

    Robert L. Duecaster, how does affirmative action have anything to do with skilled contracting persons? You are the one in need of an education if you are still racist in 2008. As far as this article goes, usually contracts go through several reviews according to the dollar value. In this instance there must be a major error in their checks and balances.
    Contract Specialist Posted June 25, 2008 4:08 PM.

    http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/0608/062308e1.htm

    Funny how the person who posts after him is able to identify the nature of the comment.

  2. NotGregLetiecq

    My favorite one was when Duecaster Disaster said we should grab our “pitchforks and shovels” in response to the Board’s courageous and unanimous vote to neuter the Immigration Resolution on April 29.

    I can’t pull the quote because I refuse to look at Gospel Greg’s public toilet website, but Duecaster’s way of motivating hatred was to report that he’d seen Hispanic people moving IN instead of out. Something about a mattress. Remember?

    Dis. Gust. Ting.

  3. NotGregLetiecq

    Oh, and he didn’t of course bother to say how he knew that this Hispanic family was undocumented. Perhaps it was his sixth sense? Or, just plain old bigotry.

    You know what I think.

  4. Censored bybvbl

    Another veiled threat while posting as Advocator on BVBL on 21 May 2008 at 8:38 am:

    The time for talking, writing, and pleading with our elected leaders to do the right thing on this issue is rapidly coming to an end.

    Then what?

  5. a PWC resident

    I saw two pickup trucks with mattresses in my neighborhood last night. They were UNloading them.

    Perception is everything. Regardless of what got passed or unpassed Tuesday night, the perception among the Illegal Community is that PWC is back to business as usual.

    It’s not time yet to storm the castle, but sharpen up your pitchforks and clean off the shovels.

  6. Elena

    I think we should first clarify how we connect Duecaster to Advocator:

    First point, his license plate abbreviates Advocator, maybe someone has the exact language. Please post if you do.

    1. Advocator said on 30 Apr 2008 at 4:00 pm:
    Anon2 and Riley: That is exactly why I originally drafted the Resolution to provide that every police officer, in every stop of every person, would inquire into legal residence status. Such a policy would obviate the need for cameras, probable cause determinations, and all the rest of that black hole of litigation. Why it got changed, who changed it, and why are a big mystery that’s never been adequately explained.

    1. Advocator said on 30 Apr 2008 at 7:23 pm:
    Legal2: No, this does not mean the Resolution is back to its original letter, as I had drafted it and presented to Mr. Stirrup. That version would have required every police officer to question every person stopped for any suspected offense about their legal residence. Now it’s up to the officer’s “discretion,” whatever that means. Any time an officer has discretion, his/her use of that discretion is subject to scrutiny for unconstitutional (i.e., racial) bias. Consequently, the possibility of lawsuits for abusing that discretion is still there.
    I believe the amended policy is still stronger than what we had, since all arrestees will be checked for legal residence.

    Advocator, clearly outs himself as Duecaster, even in the HSM newsletter they praise Duecaster for authoring the first resolution.

  7. Elena

    1. Advocator said on 31 Jan 2008 at 1:48 pm:
    My scientific background tells me that before we accept any conclusion regarding this observation we should investigate whether or not illegal aliens have a preferred breeding season that would account for the variation.

  8. Elena

    1. Advocator said on 25 Feb 2008 at 10:54 am:
    I suspect that this “housing crisis” was planned. Governments at all levels are getting into buying up foreclosed upon houses, ostensibly to offer them to low income families. It’s one more way for the gummint to gain control of property, thus control the wealth, in this country.
    http://www.bvbl.net/index.php/2008/02/25/manassas-park-you-dont-need-to-know/

    Seriously, does Duecaster really believe in such a conspriacy theory?

  9. Elena

    1. Advocator said on 30 Oct 2007 at 3:33 pm:
    Does anyone need anymore evidence to convince them that we are not facing just illegal immigration, we are facing an invasion? An invasion of parasites set on reducing this country to the levels of their own.

    Clearly Duecaster believes this is NOT about illegal immigration, but an invasion of people with brown faces who speak another language. Don’t forget he believes the Mexican government is funding this “invasion”

  10. ANACONDA

    How about:
    Advocator said on 4 Apr 2008 at 11:28 pm:

    As I’ve said before, we will take back our neighborhoods, our county, our Commonwealth, and our Nation…. One way or another.

    or

    Advocator said on 10 Apr 2008 at 10:40 pm:

    The Catholic church is just hunting for members to replace those it lost due to its institutional acceptance of kiddie didling.

  11. Madam Mofo

    Mr. D doesn’t seem to think much of our elected officials in Prince William County or in neighboring jurisdictions either.
    Advocator said on 14 May 2008 at 1:29 pm:

    Great quote, Ron, from my philosophical hero. I’ve got no sympathy at all for the liberals who elected Tejada. I’d like to ship the rest of our illegals there so they can pay for their health care, the schooling of their little darlings, the clogging of their traffic court, their translators, and all the rest of the social services and infrastructure they steal from legal, taxpaying residents.
    Incidentally, our very own little Marty Nohe jumped up last night at Guvnor Goober’s soiree in Hoodbridge and introduced himself and drooled all over the Goober’s plan to raise our taxes.

    It sounds like hate-speak to me. How about the rest of you guys?

  12. Madam Mofo

    How about a little more Catholic bashing? This guy seems obsessed.

    Advocator said on 14 Apr 2008 at 10:34 am:

    What’s even more ironic is the fact that el Pape will be here bemoaning how some jurisdictions have “treated” the illegals. He’ll disregard the facts that we’ve educated their anchor babies, provided social services, indulged their vulgarities, cleaned up their trash, and provided them with a higher standard of living and more freedoms than their own countries used to give them. He’ll berate us for not embracing them wholeheartedly, for not allowing them access to our universities at the expense of our own children, and for not rewarding them for violating the sanctity of our borders. He’ll be pandering to them to gather members to replace those who left the Church due to the institutionalized approval of his priests’ penchant for little boys’ behinds.

  13. Marie

    Again on Sept 12, 2008 on BVBL:

    Advocator said on 12 Sep 2008 at 10:01 am:
    As I’ve said before, “One way or another …”

  14. NotGregLetiecq

    Ugh. Is it just my house, or are other people reading these quotes out loud doing a Duecaster impersonation? My boyfriend has him nailed, and he won’t stop! Help!

  15. TWINAD

    Marie,

    Yes! And he just said that a couple of days ago…AFTER his appointment to the task force! Are we to expect that he will be urging his fellow members on the task force to pick up their pitchforks and shovels? And be using tax payer’s money to determine if there is a “preferred breeding season”? That quote was among the worst of the quotes Elena cited in her 3 minutes in front of the board. At that time, I did not realize that gem could be attributed to the person that wrote the original Resolution. To quote NGL:
    Dis. Gust. Ing!

  16. Elena

    NGL,
    Let’s not make fun of duecaster. We are suppose to be better than that on anti. We don’t want to stoop to the “dark” side.

  17. A PW County Resident

    Excuse me, but who is posting as me? note the small “a” and the small “r” at 11:57.

    Blog owners, I suggest that this should be a bannable offense or else no one is safe from false posts.

  18. A PW County Resident

    I happen to have been in church at the time of this post.

  19. NotGregLetiecq

    I agree that near copies of established monikers should not be allowed. But this could be a coincidence. Just ask them to choose a new moniker.

  20. Marie

    A PW County Resident

    I did not think “a PWC resident” was you but I could understand the confusion. Maybe “a PWC resident” might want to consider a name change so they will not be confused with you.

  21. Elena

    good idea Marie.

    a PWC resident, maybe you could alter your moniker just slightly to avoid confusion. Possibly citizen as opposed to resident. Your post was excellent and you deserve the proper credit!

  22. A PW County Resident

    Marie, I don’t even know who Duecaster is. Nor have I ever met Greg L., just heard of him.

  23. Elena

    Now that you have seen him, any thoughts?

  24. The choosing of Duecaster, it’s a reflection on John Stirrup, not on the rest of the county. It’s all on Stirrup. He says he moved away from Arlington so he wouldn’t have to keep company with ethnic minorities. Well, now we know who he DOES like to keep company with. Rather than call him a racist, can I go ahead and say that the things Mr. Duecaster says are racist?

  25. Bring it On

    Anti-Muslim statement –

    Submitted by Robert L. Duecaster (United States), May 25, 2005 at 11:16

    The existence of a vaccine conspiracy theory points out one strategy of Islamists that explains why they are so sensitive an alleged effort to sterilize their progeny. They have always emphasized overpopulation and irresponsible procreation as a weapon in the Culture War…

    http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/22408

  26. Marie

    A PW County Resident

    Let me rephrase my last sentence in my post at 15:56 in case you interpreted it to mean that you knew Greg L and R Duecaster. I should have written……

    Maybe “a PWC resident” might want to consider changing his/her moniker so he or she will not be confused with you.

    I can understand why you might not want posters to think you are the same person, especially if your view points are different.

  27. Information Only..

    A PW County Resident,
    I don’t blame you for one minute for non wanting a “copy cat” to use a name so close to yours. There’s some one that started posting a couple month’s ago using “info”. I guess we should be flattered some want to be like us. 🙂

  28. Duecaster’s idea of America:

    The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland today made public what it called “shocking” documents obtained through a Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA) lawsuit, revealing that the Maryland State Police (MSP) engaged in covert surveillance of local peace and anti-death penalty groups for over a year from 2005-2006. The organization expressed alarm at the incomprehensible spying revealed in 43 pages of summaries and computer logs, none of which refer to criminal or even potentially criminal acts, other than a few isolated references to plans for completely nonviolent civil disobedience.

    http://www.aclu.org/police/spying/36025prs20080717.html

  29. Moon-howler

    Yes, Information Only, you were imitated. Immitation is the highest form of flattery, I suppose. I hope no one thinks you are doing the drive bys with those stupid news drops.

  30. Information Only..

    Thanks. I call those droppings “hit & runs”.

  31. A PW County Resident

    Marie, I didn’t misunderstand. I don’t even know the other’s point of view.

    Information, I don’t really flatter myself to be so wise that people would want to immitate me. I just try to be open and state my opinion, hopefully with respect. 🙂

    Elena, I haven’t had a chance to research but I will, I promise. I research a lot of things when they interest me.

  32. NotGregLetiecq

    You call them “news” drops? I thought hey were Hate Bunny Droppings? They have little to do with news, at least not in the journalistic sense. Usually “info” leaves us a 3 month old thread that was discredited 2 months and 29 days ago.

  33. Bring it On

    Just plain disgusting.

    ThinkAboutIt said on 23 Jan 2008 at 11:41 am:
    I am offended by anti-abortion bumper stickers and do not like having to explain them to my childeren.

    If truck nuts have to go….then so should they.

    Advocator said on 23 Jan 2008 at 11:45 am:
    ThinkAboutIt:

    Just tell your kids, “There goes a person who likes little children more than a bag full of medical waste.”

    http://www.bvbl.net/index.php/2008/01/23/an-intriguing-funding-mechanism/

  34. Moon-howler

    A PW Resident, I believe it was an honest mistake. Let’s not give it a life of its own.

    I was not implying anyone was imitating you. The imitation remark was intended for Information Only.

  35. Information Only..

    A PW Resident,
    I hope you realize I was being sarcastic about the flattery. Trust me, no ONE/BODY would want to be me.
    I’ve not seen anything disrespectful from you.
    Now, as for “a PW resident”-
    Pick a new name, please.

  36. A PW County Resident

    Well, I do have to admit that he/she has good taste in blog names. 🙂

  37. Moon-howler

    Well, now we can all get on with the business of the day. That rascally issue has been resolved. 🙂

  38. Rick Bentley

    “They have always emphasized overpopulation and irresponsible procreation as a weapon in the Culture War… ”

    He should be allowed to make this arguement. There are those who explicitly state that this is their weapon and they will overcome by using it. This train of thought may be anaethema (sic) to you but it is worth talking about and exploring.

  39. Alanna

    What we have is a wide range of statements which deserve consideration as stand alone comments and in a wider context. Nobody is suggesting denying this person’s right to free speech; however he should be held accountable.

  40. Woody

    The Velvets seem to think you all are doing this TO Mr. Duecaster. From an outsider point of view, it appears he did it to himself. No one is putting words in his mouth. He seems real proud of himself and very confident of his own wisdom, although I have no idea why he feels so smug.

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