Archive for the ‘bush administration’ Category

How to Create an Angry American. Had Enough? So…

August 7, 2007

How to Create an Angry American. Had Enough?

So how much more does it take for the 30% of the American people that still support the Bush administration to wake up and see it for what it is ….to demand impeachment and have the Bush administration tried for high crimes of treason and crimes against humanity.

This would also send a clear message that the next administration will be held accountable by the American people. We must never forget that the people are the masters and government the servants.

At times I often think of what Dian Fossey once said: “There are times when one cannot accept facts for fear of shattering one’s being”.


Can’t Anyone in Washington Keep Private Data Priva…

May 11, 2007

Can’t Anyone in Washington Keep Private Data Private?

If there’s a way that personal data entrusted to the government can be lost, stolen, breached or otherwise compromised, you can bet federal agencies will find it. In fact, they probably already have, judging by the welter of high-profile embarrassments in the past year. Full Story

Seymour Hersh – Funneling Money to Al Qaeda-Relate…

May 3, 2007

Seymour Hersh – Funneling Money to Al Qaeda-Related Groups

Seymour Hersh reports that the Bush Administration is funding anti-Shiite Sunnis linked to al Qaeda without Congressional approval and without appropriate appropriation. Hersh speculates that the money is coming from the pallet-loads of cash floating around Iraq and has already reached “three Sunni jihadist groups.” He says, flatly, that the president is “supporting groups indirectly that are involved with the same people that did 9/11.”

View the video and transcripts

Don’t Question My Patriotism Traitor In usual B…

April 27, 2007

Don’t Question My Patriotism Traitor

In usual Bill Maher fashion, he delivers this message to the Bush administration. Kudos to you Bill.

Definition of Patriotism: independence, self expression, to think for oneself, make decisions that may be unpopular.

In these times it is considered Un-American to criticize your government. Being a patriot doesn’t mean blindly accepting and supporting what our country’s administration does. It doesn’t mean that I’m not allowed to publicly criticize our leaders behaviours or decisions or even their lack of good judgement. To criticize doesn’t make one unpatriotic. What it means is that I can still think for myself and make decisions that may be unpopular.

This war and the poor decisions this administration has made and continues to do so is a situation where we can’t afford to bury our heads in the sand. To do so, we shirk our responsibilities in upholding this president with courage, integrity and respect.

A recent poll conducted in partnership by ABC News and the Washington Post indicates that the majority of Americans now stand against the Iraq war and 7 in 10 say that the American casualties are unacceptable. 76% feel that this war has also damaged the country’s image to the rest of the world. And this administration arrograntly refuses to listen to the people they are there to serve. The American people are the decider’s not George Bush as Cindy Sheehan would say.

The evidence that is becoming clearer is that the administration was openly warned of the threat of terrorism prior to 911 and chose to ignore it. America has an administration that circulates memos encouraging the use of torture in the treatment of POW’s and then calls those same memos irrelevant, an administration that used questionable/faulty intelligence as a basis for waging a war and which is no longer supported by a majority of Americans. An administration that claimed Saddam was behind 911 with no evidence supporting that claim.

Are you proud of this administration? Most Americans would say no. Love of your country does not mean to act passive while this administration commits monumental wrong doings and injustices.

56 men signed the Declaration of Independence believing that America was worth saving whatever sacrifice they had to endure. 12 of those men had their homes ransacked and burned, 17 lost their fortunes, 5 were captured and tortured by the British and 9 lost their lives in the war. Those brave and patriotic men sacrificed alot of what was dear to them so that we all could live in a country of our own rule – patriotism. Power for the people and by the people.

We dishonor their memories and sacrfices they made by supporting a president who wages war based on unproven and at times exagerrated information, who violates human rights on a monumental scale and who lacks the intelligence to know when enough! This is not patriotism nor is it loyalty. It is the highest form of being a traitor and of being apathetic.

Rosie Prepares to Strike Back for 911 Truth Follow…

April 22, 2007

Rosie Prepares to Strike Back for 911 Truth
Follows in Footsteps of Other Brave Figures in Public Life

Alex Jones of the Alex Jones show said that he has received in writing from Rosie that she is preparing to strike back for 911 truth.

She is preparing to feature interviews with 911 heroes and first responders themselves victims of a government cover-up that allowed them to breathe deadly toxic dust at ground zero.

This contradicts what the mainstream media is saying that Rosie is set to cease her speaking out against the Bush administration and the 911 cover-up.
O’Donnell, who has for weeks now been tentatively trying to raise the issue of 9/11 truth on her ABC show “The View”, wrote a blog entry encouraging her readers to research 9/11, in particular the building 7 demolition.

O’Donnell wrote :

• The fires in WTC 7 were not evenly distributed, so a perfect collapse was impossible.

• Larry Silverstein said to the fire department commander “the smartest thing to do is pull it.”

• Firefighters withdrawing from the area stated the building was going to “blow up”.

• The roof of WTC 7 visibly crumbled and the building collapsed perfectly into its footprint.

• Molten steel and partially evaporated steel members were found in the debris.

She then goes on to explain her thoughts on these facts in her blog.