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"Whenever the people are well-informed, they can be trusted with their own government."
-Thomas Jefferson
 
2.07.2003

 
The Patriot Act getting a sweeping 'upgrade'?

This is America- please go to www.votetoimpeach.org, monied interests and media spin will keep this from getting far I guess; but it will start dialogue, it will get people thinking. Just what is it to be an American, what is freedom- what is totalitarianism, what is fascism in the 21st century and why would we as a people tolerate an idea so antithetical to what our country is based on ?

"We will not deny, we will not ignore, we will not pass along our problems to other Congresses, to other presidents, and other generations..."

Now there's a quote...

Well, in one of my favorite movies the 'all powerful' wizard says "Ignore the man behind the curtain" as his charade is exposed. Just another quote... The pre-war deficit will be one of many problems passed on to "...to other Congresses, to other presidents, and other generations." by this administration. The projected budget does not even include the costs of war. The attack on Iraq that is being fervently pushed for or 'the war on terrorism' that seems to have been left in the dust. Or a possible conflict with Korea. Or in Columbia- you remember how mainstream press called our presence there strictly drug interdiction; while more inquisitive press called it participation in Columbia's civil war as well as protection of US oil assets there? Well, now the involvement in their ongoing civil war is admitted to by our government, as well as protecting oil interests. More blood for oil.

The Government Accounting Office has given up in its bid to have Dick Cheney reveal just who he spoke to about energy policy... you do remember Mr Bushs' largest contributor Ken Lay (Ken squired Mr Bush around in Enron jets...) and his company Enron may have had input?

2/07/2003
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Way too sick to spend the necessary time to pull a post together...
Here is a photo essay on the war in Iraq under Bush 1. We are conditioned by movies and tv and some stories to think of war as dramatic and uplifting. The anecdotes of people who have lived through the carnage often have a different perspective.
Don't fall for the chickenhawk hype.

2/07/2003
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