Ramadan’s Greatest Hits!

By Lloyd the Idiot

Order before midnight tonight to receive the definitive three-volume collection of David Ramadan’s  greatest hits as captured by his biggest fans.  Hits include (click on the links):

Volume 1 – Clowns to the Left of Me 

Volume 2 – Jokers to the Right*

I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do)

*Parental Advisory – Anti-Muslim nutball hits deleted, so it’s a short volume

Volume 3 – Stuck in the Middle

Hey, Joe, Where You Gonna Go? (greatest of the greatest hits)

You’re Unbelievable

Momma, I’m Coming Home

Baby, You Can Drive My Car

Love and Marriage

Don’t Know Much

Time After Time

 Money (That’s What I Want) 

Careless Whisper

Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off

Oops, I Did It Again

I’m (Too) Proud to Be an American


  • Ramadan the thief says:

    Here is the latest on Ramadan’s campaign…they are sending people out to remove campaign signs from the other candidates…Dick Black, Matt Letourneau, Joanna Chase, Janet Clarke and the like. They are removing the signs and stealing the metal posts so that they can save money on their own signs. They can get the plastic flyer signs cheaper if they don’t buy the metal stand (sold separately). They then go out and take off the sign and steal the stand from other candidates, throw the sign on the ground, and then use the stand for their own signs. Just go out and look along Rt. 50 and Loudoun County Parkway and you will find numerous signs laying on the ground with no sign wire stand. He spent so much money on the primary that he has to do this to survive the general.

  • Barbara Munsey says:

    What is “Joanna” Chase running for?

  • BlackOut says:

    If Ramadan is taking down signs in the VDOT median than that’s the first productive thing his campaign seems to have done. Others should follow his lead.

  • Lloyd says:

    I seriously doubt that his campaign is behind any of that..

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    It took me a while to figure out these tunes were links!!! Must be the weather. Nice to see all the Ramadan stuff gathered in one place.

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    Lloyd, you need to add this one to the Jokers to the Right volume:


    I’ll have more on The Safa Group soon.

  • Liberal Anthropologist says:

    LI, that link is under the category of deleted for anti-muslim nonsense. The whole Blue Ridge forum is in that way. The points on that link are so easily attacked and refuted. To associate the arguments being made by Lloyd to the Blue Ridge forum will only destroy his points.

    If people would like to attack Ramadan on his personality, tactics, positions, etc, I am all in favor. That is all valid.

    To question whether he is an Islamist based on… well… nothing, is to go down a path that will certainly result in him winning. It was tried in the primary. It was nonsense then.

    I have real serious questions about Ramadan, but they have nothing to do with his religion or non-religion or religious confusion. All of that is irrelevant.

    Until someone shows me there is ACTUAL evidence that Ramadan has even a tiny connection to Islamism, I am going to defend him (and any Muslim) against speculative charges. Just as I would defend a TEA party person against charges of being a racist or bigot.

    Bottom line. We need to stay away from conspiracy theorists and stick with facts. They won’t be found on Blue Ridge Forum.

  • Liberal Anthropologist says:

    Let me put it another way. I can draw as many connections between Michelle Bachman and the White Power Movement as anyone can draw between Ramadan and Islamists. Does that make Michelle Bachman a bigot or Ramadan an Islamist?

    We are all 6 degrees away from some terrible stuff.

    Let’s stick to what Ramadan actually has done.

  • I started saving the wires from yard signs a long time ago, in anticipation of a run, as they are the most expensive things to buy (largely because of shipping costs for the heavy boxes of metal wires).

    That’s when I found out that there is no generally accepted industry standard for their dimensions. Stealing other people’s wires to use with your own signs would be a waste of time.

  • Barbara Munsey says:

    Again we have an anonymous post making accusations, and it is quite possible that it is also
    *county sign volunteers, especially if they are cleaning up old Chase signs still around
    *someone going around grabbing something worth recycling for cash. As Mr. Miller notes, they’re heavy, and as everyone is aware, this economy sucks pretty bad.

    So guys, I know it’s the weekend, so free rein before back to the salt mines of reality, but just curious: had Chase won, there would no doubt be all kinds of fun playtime too, yes?

    Oh, so hard to be so dissatisfied with what is placed before one, in the ethereal heights of invisible importance!

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    LA, I still do not buy into the Ramadan is a secret jihadist argument, but the Safa Group connections to terrorism are there, and those who take money from them should be exposed. I have not seen any money from them to Ramadan yet, but they’re donating to others.

  • Liberal Anthropologist says:

    I have no problem with looking into Safa group. If there is a connection to Ramadan, then it should be exposed. Those guys on Blue Ridge forum have connected them by virtue of shared religion alone – nothing else.

    I will tell you as someone who has been in Mosques all over the world that there was a period of free-flowing Saudi money in the 80’s and 90’s that has tapered back since 9/11, but is still there. That money has been used to seat board members who have influenced the conservatism of the Imams.

    So, how Saudi money get’s spent can bother me. A conservative Imam is not more likely to encourage terrorism. But they are also not going to advance the more progressive forms of Islam.

    What is interesting in America and I have seen nowhere else, even in the UK, is that American Mosques are racially very diverse and culturally diverse. It makes it hard for some old guy from a country you have no real connection to, who barely speaks a language you know, to have any real influence on most.

    So while I think Saudi money has bought some influence, it has been very expensive for them and had little impact religiously. Politically is another matter. Remember, when it comes to the Saudis, they want to influence American politics for many reasons and getting in the game at all levels can pay off 10 or 20 years down the road as we have seen in US/Saudi relations over and over.

    I’ll give you an opinion on Ramadan religiously. I will say I never met him, so this is speculation. He is a Muslim. But basically doesn’t care. He is on the verge of being an agnostic. It is about 23rd in the list of top 30 issues in his life.

    He is probably very embarrassed (as most Muslims are) by the actions of terrorists. He probably get’s defensive easily because he wants to never be associated with people he probably equally detests. Since he is virtually agnostic his statements relating to religion can sound all over the place by people who are really interested and over listening and who are used to seeing people who are clear and sure about religion.

    Like I said though, I have never seen him in person or spoken to him, so who knows.

  • Great find on the BVBL link.

  • Tom says:

    The first comment on this is exactly a negative of blogs. An anonymous accusation that really makes no sense! The poster doesn’t give any details on where they cooked up this idea, etc.

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    LA, as many have pointed out, Ramadan’s pronouncements on his faith are all over the place. I personally do not care about his brand of faith, but he should just be straightforward and honest about it instead of changing with the wind and hemming and hawing about it.

  • Liberal Anthropologist says:

    That’s fine. I don’t personally think religion matters at all, even if they appear inconsistent in what they say. My guess is he just doesn’t think about religion much.

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    My point is – if that’s the case then just come right out and tell it like it is. I really could care less as well, but I can’t stand people trying to be everything to everyone.

  • Newbie says:

    The Ramadan bunch made an art form out of destroying Chases’s signage and then celebrating so this isn’t hard to believe. Of course, you must lay inthe bushes and get a PICTURE. Makes voting Denocrat an option doesn’t it. No difference.

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