Bill, I agree we need to improvise better ways to keep hot issues alive as voter drivers-the Rovian technique. However, the occupation has crippled the military before everyone's eyes, and it's principal prosecutors are traitors*.
That would be heads on a plate, Bill. Have you seen Tweety's Plame interview? The crime of treason was pinned on the junta* rather specifically. My job is to make it a permanent feature. I'm up to the task if you are.
I believe that theme, if kept in the light, will eventually seep into the densest of skulls, even on election day.
Also, the war/corporate driven deficit itself and it's effect on the middle class is no small issue. I'd say the Republicans, aside from auto-labeling themselves the Traitor Party, are guilty for stiffing many future generations of Americans and disabling their American Dream indefinitely with a criminal enterprise.
The hot button issue is the Republican Party itself and it's unlawful conduct.”
TERRYKEITH4 on Oct 26, 2007 at 12:42:43
“Yes, but don't you see that the Dems are fence sitting about the war?”
Very fast lips and a very shallow brain make for gut-splitting laughter. She has done more to illuminate the fascist rationalization process than any other press secretary, and made the learning a blast to boot.
Highlights of Perino's slapstick should be collected, kept intact, and shown to entering university Science and Philosophy majors. It would be splendid training on the value of recognizing the false premise and derivative conclusion.
Those involved in your betrayal have been as silent as witnesses in an active murder trial. Someone must have talked and talked at length. Otherwise, we'd hear plenty from the likes of Karen Hughes, Mary Matalin, Stephen Hadley, Andrew Card, and many other WHIGs at length on the so-called non-crime of your outing and the outing of Brewster Jennings.
...and in doing so is a party to commission of crimes against the Constitution committed by Bush, Cheney, Addington, and the Neo Cons. One can't select out only tasty morsels from a sea of crime without being an accessory.
Hayden walks with traitors. What is he going to do about it?”
Treason has hurt the country in behalf of a foreign power or interest. Here, the interest is global militant corporatism-the kind that would have given Dwight Eisenhower nightmares. The kind that scared the crap out of the world in the late thirties and early forties.
It is foreign to us. It is un_American in every sense. It is alien, and it is lethal to our country and Constitution.
It is the enemy.
General Hayden may be good deep down, but many of good intent have been corrupted by the Bush junta. With General Hayden, we have a man who, in the face of the gross constitutional violations laid out before him, continues to follow orders that he knows are breaking the law.
Former commander General Pace knows that orders that are immoral or illegal should not be followed. So, it is Hayden's duty to act against powers that hurt our Constitution.
It can never be a case of men over laws. That is not allowed in this country.
After the Neo Con commandeering of the C.I.A. under the Bush junta their work product has changed to fit the globalist perspective. The law as we know it is no longer a consideration.
We have to abide, but Bush doesn't.
Placing a military interface in charge of the C.I.A. makes the connection between the military (Pentagon) and industrial (Corporation) components of the classic fascist state absolute. And look how well it has worked.”
If the telecoms broke the law, and they did, they should pay up fully and leave an indelible lesson etched in stone to any and all future betrayers of the Constitution.
Don't compromise, senators. Don't shield criminals. A revolution is building and the people know who the bad guys are.
Be very concerned about doing everything by the book. No compromise. The telecoms made their lawyer-informed choice and will have to pay the price for their treasonous betrayal of the Republic for which they used to stand.
Don't meddle or obstruct the class action suits in Congress, senators. Let's move it to the courthouse and get the discovery on the table. No special favors!
“I respect your concern, Sir, and I agree wholeheartedly. You might be interested in the following story from the current Vanity Fair. It discloses how many filed lawsuits are being "sat on" by OUR Justice Department. Hundreds! The lawyer heading up the fight to unseal them claims the damages (to former employees of "well known" Contractors, mainly) will run into the many billions!
How about a Christo-Fascist Awareness Week, where replicas of Coulter's crucifix can be sold to those fascinated with violence, payback, and end times?”
rmc53x on Oct 23, 2007 at 15:32:22
“Here's another Ann Coulter Quote for y'all:
"We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity"
--Ann Coulter, right after the Sept. 11 attacks (The National Review subsequently dropped her and virtually pronounced her unbalanced)”
“How about the scientists who have not taken a dime from any oil or special interest group who have been presenting the problems with the "GORE" version of global warming.
What happens to them? They obviously are not greedy. If they were they would jump on the bandwagon and grab up some of those grants that are being passed out like haloween candy to anyone willing to toe the "GORE" line.”
“Odd about the Rose Show cancellation. It's as if Hayden's people got to them preemptively out of worry over you and what you might say.
I don't trust Hayden, as a militarist in place of a civilian director does not give a sense of security. That he was summarily walked through confirmation by anxious senators like Dianne Feinstein, a heavily milcorp-invested politician, is troubling.
On the outing: As I see it, there are two CIA's, one patriotic and the other very un-patriotic...the shadow CIA. They are more or less gangsters working for the globalist fascist coup. It is they who audaciously cover up for Cheney's overreaches and conceal his crimes. It is they who should consider turning on the criminal at the top.
The full sense of Bushist-CIA treason cannot be realized in the present environment only because betrayer agents work not for the people and the United States, but globalist interests working on bigger A.E.I. projects, like the PNAC. They are enemies of our nation as surely as Benedict Arnold was.
Treason is being committed by Cheney, Addington, and their enablers all the way down neo con food chain and it is dubious that help is provided by moles in the MSM. Their only option-the only way they can avoid prosectution for treason-is to bring the coup to fruition.
It is in the interest of this nation that fascists within and without the Agency be the one's who are outed. My advice applies equally to the F.B.I.
Yes, I'd love to get more information on General Michael Hayden and what he is determined to do for the military industrial complex at the further expense of our freedoms.
Stay strong, Valerie.”
The Impartial on Oct 23, 2007 at 10:55:48
“Mike Hayden is just another "Yes Sir! general" in Bush's services, not the U.S. people's services.”