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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

 

A Constitutional Crisis of Executive Proportions Stormwarning's Counterterrorism June 25, 2007 "But that of course goes back to the matter of the general ignorance of the American Electorate about how this country works, the provisions of the Constitution, and some of the basic historic facts of this country. Then again, if our Vice President and our Speaker of the House do not know the Constitutional limits of their offices, or in the case of the Vice President, that he does not work for the Legislative Branch, how can Mr. and Mrs. America (or little junior) know any better? Its a sad state of affairs."

Wonders Never Cease....Calling all Independents The Unknown Candidate Tuesday, June 26, 2007

3rd Day A Strong Push From Backstage By Jo Becker and Barton Gellman Washington Post Staff Writers Tuesday, June 26, 2007

2nd Day Pushing the Envelope on Presidential Power By Barton Gellman and Jo Becker Washington Post Staff Writers Monday, June 25, 2007

1st Day 'A Different Understanding With the President' By Barton Gellman and Jo Becker Washington Post Staff Writers Sunday, June 24, 2007

Looking Glass........

Sunday, January 15, 2006
2006 & 2008 - Important to Women Rights, Civil Rights & Human Rights
President Franklin D. Roosevelt March 9, 1937 - Radio Fireside Chat "The Court claimed the power to declare it unconstitutional and did so declare it. But a little later the Court itself admitted that it was an extraordinary power to exercise and through Mr. Justice Washington laid down this limitation upon it: "It is but a decent respect due to the wisdom, the integrity and the patriotism of the legislative body, by which any law is passed, to presume in favor of its validity until its violation of the Constitution is proved beyond all reasonable doubt."

Katrina Comes Home to Roost, By Sidney Blumenthal Thursday, August 17, 2006 "Things are that serious, that people are hoping for and wishing on a covert counter attack or defense (depending on your nature), to save our United States Democratic Republic."


For Rent....Privatising The White House Monday, June 25, 2007


Right Here, Right Now....September 28, 2006
Thursday, September 28, 2006
I asked a very politically knowledgeable person, "How long do think it will be, before we are too weak to fight back?" The person said, "One more generation."

I heard them vow, "I'm going to Canada."

A woman said, "Hell no, I'm not going backwards."

A man said, "I'm not going to use a separate water fountain.

A man is afraid to say, "He's the love of my life."

A very ill elderly woman whispers, "Please help me, I'm in pain."

A child shares, "My daddy is still in jail."

A teenager is told, "You have no choices."

An Atheist is not allowed.....

An employee becomes an indentured slave......

..... silent obedience to follow.......


Want To See Who Voted Our Rights Away??? Saturday, September 30, 2006

The Brave Cindy Sheehan Made A Point from Pain.... Sunday, June 17, 2007




From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dick Chaney past to present....

Secretary of Defense

House Minority Whip

Cheney's views on NATO reflected his skepticism about prospects for peaceful evolution in the former Soviet areas. He saw high potential for uncertainty and instability, and he felt that the Bush Administration was too optimistic in supporting Mikhail Gorbachev and his successor, Boris Yeltsin. Cheney believed that as the United States downsized its military forces, reduced its troops in Europe, and moved forward with arms control, it needed to keep a watchful eye on Russia and other successor states of the Soviet Union.

Budgetary practices

Cheney also served as ranking minority member of the Congressional committee investigating Iran-Contra - a scandal involving members of the Reagan Administration who helped to illegally sell arms to Iran, and then used the proceeds to fund, also illegally, the Contras, a guerrilla militia in Nicaragua resisting the Communist dictatorship of the Sandinista regime.[19] In that role he supervised the production of a minority report which strongly rejected the majority finding[20] that a "cabal of zealots" in the administration who had "disdain for the law" had violated the statute.[21]

As a Wyoming Rpresentative, he was also known for his vigorous advocacy of the state's petroleum and coal businesses. The federal building in Casper, a regional center of the oil and coal business, was named the "Dick Cheney Federal Building."

The resolution was defeated. Appearing on CNN during the Presidential campaign in 2000, Cheney addressed criticism for this, saying he opposed the resolution because the ANC "at the time was viewed as a terrorist organization and had a number of interests that were fundamentally inimical to the United States."[18]
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