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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Bush hates freedom and the United States

THESE two stories from consortium news, the first by robert parry and the second by brent budowsky, clearly illustrate precisely WHY there is nothing more important than getting rid of bush and his outlaw band BEFORE they destroy what's left of the u.s...
Bush's War on the Republic

In his State of the Union speech, George W. Bush made clear why his endless "war on terror" could mean the end of the American Republic. Bush has so expanded the original concept of fighting al-Qaeda and "terrorist groups with global reach" -- to instead try to drain an ever-deepening pool of Islamic militancy -- that the United States can't win the war. But the interminable conflict will guarantee the steady erosion of the nation's constitutional system by wiping out key liberties and installing a permanent, all-powerful Commander in Chief. January 24, 2007

No Longer Leader of the Free World

George W. Bush insists he's a great believer in democracy, at least the theoretical sort he envisions for a Middle East pacified by Western power and willing to elect candidates favored by Washington. But he wasn't eager to count all the votes in Florida in 2000, nor is he ready to listen to the message from the voters in 2006. In this guest essay, political analyst Brent Budowsky observes the tragedy of an American President who no longer is hailed as the "leader of the free world." January 25, 2007

i don't want to hear about presidential campaigns, i don't want to hear about the successes of the dems first 100 hours, i don't want to hear ANYTHING except reasoned, tactical, informed, high-level, deadly serious discussion about removing this gang from office by the most expeditious means possible, followed by a restoration of the principles the united states was founded on...

p.s. and, yes, if i sound shrill and more and more like a one-issue blogger, so be it...

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