Skip to comments.Scribble lines on Drudge website?
Posted on 01/10/2013 2:52:01 AM PST by stuck_in_new_orleans
On Drudges website, by the Jack Lew to Treasury story links, there is a photo of a scribble line. Anyone have a clue what that is about?
Thats Jack Laws signature.
That’s how a criminal signs his name.
A signature? wtf?
Funny,thats not the worst one I have ever seen either. Usually from people who have a High opinion of themselves
The New York Times generally doesn’t have a clue about most things, but this is an interesting analysis on that guy’s sig (linked from Drudge of course):
This man is obsessed with sex. The loops signify multiple vaginas he can’t get out of his mind and the long line at the end...well, I’ll let you make the connection. But keep in mind this is what he dreams or desires...not what he has. Now was that so hard?
If he becomes Treasury Secretary, that “signature” will be on our bills.
A signature with high affectation is an indications of a malignant narcissist. Just what we need in D.C. — more narcissists.
There are so many “O”s in that signature, we’ll just have to have a zero dollar bill.
How many more zeroes he wants to add to our debt...
“He doesnt want us to see a lot about him.”
“... hes also self-protective. He doesnt want people to see his private side.”
Yeah, I’ll bet
Thanks, I was wondering what that was. And I thought my signature was bad!
I think that’s a picture of our Constitution, at least as it’s seen by Democrats.
From Tax cheat Tim to Loopy Lew.
I agree with the guy who said the Obama administration treasury secretary should be required to wear a clown suit.
I don’t go to Drudge anymore. Too predictably apocalyptic.
Those aren’t zeros - it’s the same repeating pattern: 666
Betcha he's responsible for the arson at her church too.
Seriously, you didn’t figure that out????? Wow!
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