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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Lunacy...All Agree That This Administration Embodies It

 




I arrived at a new fork in the road the other day and found another word for the Bush Administration and their Fiendish followers, among the string of tags Not out of endearment...'Greedy' Yes they are, 'Arrogant' No doubt about it, 'Cut Throat' Absolutely, 'Blood Thirsty' Most definitely,'Mad' As Hatters in Alice Land, 'Crazy' like a den of rabid fox, 'Scary' A Constitutional Nightmare....I could go on....but the word that reared its fitting head was "Lunacy." It has grown like venomous vines up and around the White House. The White House of Horror, is what I think of now. Sad....



You Don't Know Dick The Post has a must-read series on the Veep Who Would Be King. Guest blogged by Joseph Cannon Brad Blog June 24, 2007

"Cheney unleashed is a very dangerous man. In fact, he is the epitome of the psycopathic personality that Kurt Vonnegut wrote about here." President in All But Name. By Mary at The Left Coaster Sunday June 24, 2007

Shredding with Dick

By Nicole Belle News From Underground "Okay, this CAN'T be good...Wonkette: Spotted by an eagle-eyed Wonkette reader: The Mid-Atlantic Shredding Services truck making its way up to the Cheney compound at the Naval Observatory.

GOP Using Reagan ~ What A Brilliant Plan for the Democratic Party Saturday, May 05, 2007
"We even thought that President Reagan was someones "Puppet." It was absolutely inconceivable that President Reagan would do such a nasty thing, especially to the blue and pink collared worker. It couldn't have been President Reagan's idea, decision and plan.
I've heard several people exclaim that it couldn't be Bush who has caused all of the problems we face today. They insist without a doubt that it is other deceitful coniving people behind the scene, in his administration.
A few actually believe that the president isn't capable of such heinous thought and action. Here we are today, people think that president Bush may very well be a puppet. And there we were yesterday....1984, I voted for Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro.

In 1985 - 1986 - 1987 - 1986, 1987 - 1988 and 1989, people suspected that Reagan was a puppet president. So 'WHO' was and 'WHO' is pulling all of the strings if that is the case?

It is all about smoke and mirriors, isn't it?

Invisible Cheney A Vice President Without Borders, Bordering on Lunacy Posted By Unknown Candidate Article By Maureen Dowd The New York Times Sunday, June 24, 2007 "I’ve always thought Cheney was way out there — the most Voldemort-like official I’ve run across. But even in my harshest musings about the vice president, I never imagined that he would declare himself not only above the law, not only above the president, but actually his own dark planet — a separate entity from the White House."
"I love that Cheney was able to bully Colin Powell, Pentagon generals and George Tenet when drumming up his fake case for war, but when he tried to push around the little guys, the National Archive data collectors — I’m visualizing dedicated “We the People” wonky types with glasses and pocket protectors — they pushed back."

BUZZ FLASH

Angler The Cheney Vice Presidency 4 Part Series The Washington Post Sunday 24, 2007

Third Party Make My Day...Time To Spoil the Complacency of the 110th Congress Saturday, June 23, 2007 "When and if I do not feel this boat load of shame about all of the horribly criminal tactics implemented by the leaders in our government, that will be the day that maybe, just maybe....lunacy has left Washington, DC."

Time in Guantanamo
1837 days 20
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CAMPAIGN To Free Sami al-Hajj Submitted by moeed on Sat, 06/16/2007
Prisoner 345 - Reporting on Life in Guantanamo (excerpts below): Sami al-Hajj: reporting on life in Gitmo Sami was arrested in Pakistan in December 2001 whilst travelling with a legitimate visa to work in Afghanistan as a cameraman for Al Jazeera. But he is being held as an ‘enemy combatant’.

AL JAZEERA

Vigil Raises 'Voices Against Terror By Jenna Johnson Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, June 24, 2007 "The act establishes procedures for conducting military investigations and hearings for suspected terrorists and combatants. One of the activists, Ray McGovern, who was a CIA analyst for 27 years, said the act ignores prisoner rights established by the Geneva Conventions and the 1996 U.S. War Crimes Act."

TPM Reader SM writes in ... Until a few days ago, the combatants in Iraq were "insurgents" or they were referred to as "Sunni" or "Shia'a" fighters in the Iraq Civil War. Suddenly, without evidence, without proof, without any semblance of fact, the US military command is referring to these combatants as "al-Qaida". -- Josh Marshall TPM - Talking Points Memo June 22, 2007








Bloomberg the “Other”
Citizen Against Lies Published by Shelly June 23rd, 2007
Good for Bloomberg to be getting out of the GOP while he still can! Somehow he managed to not drink the kool-aid during his flirtation with madness. But don’t look for him at an “I’m running” announcement any time soon.

Is There Courage in This Generation? by Pericles Daily Koz Sunday
Jun 24, 2007 "Thirty-five years ago they came together to publish The Pentagon Papers and puncture the public's illusions about the Vietnam War."
"To understand what The Pentagon Papers were, imagine that Donald Rumsfeld had the true and secret history of the Iraq War locked in safe somewhere. Imagine what would happen if somebody opened that safe."

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