A rude awakening

Ok my stand on the 9/11 ordeal is simple. I think that the governent definitly had some involvment in it. To what extent? I'm not sure. But one thing I do know is the fact that the government is trying to cover their own ass while killing innocent bystanders in the meantime. If this doesn't sicken the percentage of the schmuck's who voted for this idiot president of ours, then I don't know what to say. Look on the news. See how many innocent children are being killed. How would you feel if you were sitting in your house, minding your own business and all the sudden
you're dead. You've done nothing to deserve this, but yet because you are in that paticular area, you should die. Honestly, it's sickening.


it seems too many Americans are either psychologically incapable of putting themselves in the place of others or they are just too damn shallow to even bother to contemplate what that must be like.

The biggest conspiracy of all . . .

is the conspiracy of silence; the conspiracy to prevent enlightenment where darkness cloaks the mysteries of what really happened. The media is deeply complicit in this conspiracy of silence.

The kinds of people you are talking about are the kinds of people who will not give credence to anything until it gets mainstream media attention. They are unable or afraid to think for themselves; to read between the lines. Some of these people are otherwise quite intelligent, but they are terrified of being labeled as unpatriotic or crazy. I know this from first hand experience. So they have to have msm "legitimize" the issue for them before they will even "go there."

So, unfortunately, this movement is indeed at the mercy of the msm and whether or not that machine decides to give it a fair hearing.

I think Jon Gold's post is a testament to the fact that perhaps that the media is shifting a bit in our direction. I really hope so. I don't want to be TOO hopeful - just have to wait and see how things shake out which is why it's really hard not to be on pins & needles here so close to election time!!

One thing: I believe the leaking of the whole Mark Foley business at such an opportune time was not an accident. This information was kept "secret" (e.g., out of the msm) for years and was leaked by Republicans at a ripe moment - weeks before election time. This tells me the forces at work, that are connected to 911 in some way, have decided that, while they've reaped great benefits from the Republican juggernaut that followed 911 (Iraq, mainly), it's time to cut their losses.

The Republican Party got a little too greedy which made them a little too careless. And so these forces now view the current administration as a liability. They do NOT want to go down with this administration, so they "outed" them. That said, they will never allow the complete truth to be known. So we may never get the complete truth. We may, however, get some justice, if we are lucky.

If the above sounds a lil "wacky" - well, I never thought I'd be talking this way - I never thought I would think this way - until I started looking into 911.

It's a lot easier for the msm to call people like me nuts than for them to untangle the web of lies that followed 911. Also, to give credence to the movement would expose the media's abject failure to REPORT FACTS. Fortunately, there were a few brave, independent-minded people out there to put the pieces of the puzzle together.


One word....."INSTITUTIONALIZED"..... that's what people become when they are allowed to rely on others and can maintain a certain level of comfort..... throw some FEAR in there and you get a perfect soup for CONTROL.

OLBERMAN has been putting it out there lately.... he actually inferred that the Kerry slip of the tounge was a planned event.... the "October Surprise"... I mean what could possibly be worse than a high ranking ....controlled.... Democrat shooting himself and the party in the foot by not just calling the troops stupid..... but "UNEDUCATED"..... then refusing to appologize for it??? Olberman said exacly what I was thinking.

We all know that Kerry is a "Boner"... and he has done his part in the past..... I know for a fact that the last presidential election was a joke....where he just rolled over at the end.

News Blues

The brutality of it all is the message. DON'T THREAD ON THE FASCIST USA!!! PLUS FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR FEAR ...
“it is possible to fool all the people all the time—when government and press cooperate.” George Seldes - "legendary investigative reporter"

George Vreeland Hill Exposes President Bush And The GOP

George W. Bush and the Republican way of cover-ups, lies, and more!
Bush will get what he wants no matter what.
Break the law.
Then come up with reasons why he is right.
Well guess what?
Bush is wrong!
You do not spy on Americans without legal permission.
That is KGB like.
The courts are starting to agree.
You do not go to war with another country without proof of the need for war.
Iraq was no threat to the United States.
Yes, Saddam Hussein was evil and had a lot of people killed, but how many Iraqi citizens have been killed since this war started?
How many of our brave service men and women have been killed in Iraq?
How many more will die?
Iraq right now, is in the worst mess it has ever been in.
This was not the case before Bush started this war.
Hey Bush: This war is against terrorists, not with countries.
WMD? Not there!
Did you know that George W. Bush once made fun of the issue of Weapons of Mass Destruction?
He did, and in front of some shocked people during a black-tie event in 2004.
He said.... (While looking under a piece of furniture) "Those weapons of mass destruction have got to be here somewhere."
Then, while pretending to look out of a window, Bush laughed as he said..... "Nope, no weapons over there."
While he was laughing, there were men and women fighting and dying in Iraq because of WMD.
George W. Bush should be removed from office because of that alone.
Face it, Bill Clinton lied about having sex, and was impeached because of it.
George W. Bush however, did far worse, as he laughed at the very people who are fighting for the United States of America!
Bush laughs at a lot of things.
While we were under attack, he just sat there.
He has no clue about how to run things.
Speaking of running, that is what many Republicans are doing right now.
Running from their own corruption.
How many are in trouble now?
From Nixon/Agnew to Scooter and Cheney, all we get from Republicans are cover-ups, lies, and more.
Even President Reagan's defense secretary, Caspar W. Weinberger, who recently passed away, was so bad, that George H. W. Bush had to bail him out with a pardon to help save the Republican name.
Face it.... the Republican Party is a disgrace.
Time for a change.
It is also time for us to take back our country from the Republican mess that YOU are paying for.

I am,

* Here are some tidbits of note:

President Clinton left us SO MUCH money.
Bush spent it all.
The United States is now in debt.
In fact, we have borrowed money from China!
Think about that.
We owe money to China.
A country that sides with North Korea.
That is the Bush spending policy.
Spend, and then owe.
Bush is an idiot.

Did you know that some Republicans will not have their pictures taken with Bush?
They fear being seen with him.
The GOP is falling apart.

Mark Foley, a Republican member (now ex-member) of Congress, has sent many e-mails with perverted sexual content to a sixteen year old boy.
This is the same man who while in Congress, backed a bill that was meant to protect children from child predators.
Foley himself, is a man who preyed on a child with lust.
What is also incomprehensible, is the fact that many Republicans knew of Foley’s behavior, and yet, did not take a hard stand against this until it became public news.
If I had a teenage son and/or daughter, I would not want them to go near any Republican leader for fear of either or both becoming a victim of a sick Republican pervert.

Dennis Hastert, is a typical Republican who thirsts for power.
If he knew of Foley's perverted actions with underage kids before they became public, then he must step down.
However, since he thinks in terms of power more than helping people, he will not step down from his position.
This is the Republican way.
Personal power over the people.
Hunger for money combined with cover-ups, lies, tricks, and more so they can keep their power.

It is sad to see the total mess in Washington and overseas that these Republicans blame on others.
Blame the kids who run errands for them as if to say....."If if it were not for the page program, then those kids would not have been here for Foley and others to exploit them."
Blame Clinton for not doing enough with terrorists, while Bush keeps sending troops to Iraq while North Korea and Iran build massive weapon's programs.
Hey Republicans: If you did not like the job Bill Clinton did, then do something about it.
After all, you have had six years to do it.
Blame, blame, blame.
The real blame is on the Republican Party.
If they do not take responsibility and handle things, then maybe they should all step down.

Ever since Bush has been in office, North Korea has been very busy with their missile and nuke programs.
Because of this, they are now a grave threat to the world.
Iran is also busy doing the same things, only they are more vocal about what they want to do with their weapons.
What has Bush been doing during all of this?
Sending troops to Iraq.
Ha ha, that is real bright.
There were no WMD in Iraq, but we are there anyway instead of going to where the WMD really are.
If Bush just sits there like he did during 9/11, then we will have a catastrophic event somewhere in the world, or a nuke at the doorstep of Los Angeles.
Bush has lost total control of things, and like Iraq, he has no clue how to deal with it.

Our Republican leaders have failed to catch bin Laden, even though Bush said that his capture was a top priority.
When it became evident that bin Laden was not going to be caught any time soon, Bush then said that it did not matter if we capture him.
Say what?
The fact is that Bush changed his mind to save face.

We have left our borders open to let millions of rapists, thieves, loafers, and killers enter our country.
These numbers are since 9/11.
Much of California's bad economy was blamed on Gray Davis, but the fact is, that illegals broke California.
Why was that not stopped?

In New Hampshire, during the 2002 election for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Robert C. Smith, the New Hampshire GOP hired GOP Marketplace of Virginia, to jam another phone bank being used by the state Democratic Party in an effort to turn out voters on behalf of then-governor Jeanne Shaheen on Election Day.
John E. Sununu, the Republican candidate, won a narrow victory.
Wikipedia, a free on-line encyclopedia, states that three men have been convicted of, or pled guilty to, federal crimes and sentenced to prison for their involvement as of 2006. A fourth is under indictment.
However, investigators and those who have followed the scandal closely believe that there were more people involved at the national level.
It has been suggested that some high-ranking Republican Senate leaders were aware, and more recently records showing phone calls from the political operative convicted of engineering the scheme have raised questions as to whether officials in the Bush Administration were involved as well.
According to The Raw Story, the fourth man indicted in this phone-jamming scheme, will argue at trial that the Bush Administration and the national Republican Party gave their approval to the plan, so says a motion filed by his attorney.

CIA leaks.

Bush giving the finger to people.
Would FDR have done that?

Most of us have heard of Rush Limbaugh, the Republican wacko who can't keep his foot out of his mouth.
Limbaugh has been busy questioning the severity of the disease that Michael J. Fox is suffering from, known as Parkinson's.
Limbaugh based his knowledge on the matter by comparing the condition of Fox to a couple of people who also have Parkinson's disease.
Limbaugh is not a doctor, but thinks that he is an expert on Parkinson's because of what he has seen.
The fact is that Michael J. Fox supports Democrats and stem cell research, and Limbaugh is trying to make a fool out of him, thus making another voice for the Democrats look small.
Limbaugh even mimicked the actions of Parkinson's disease in front of a camera.
Think about that!
Limbaugh made fun of Parkinson's disease.
He did that to make the Democrats look small, and the Republicans look big and brave.
Limbaugh, like other Republicans who have questioned the severity of Fox's condition, are very sick people.
They laugh at those who are sick if they are Democrats.
Limbaugh has now blamed the media for the story after millions of people thought his actions to be repulsive.
This is the same Rush Limbaugh who once make racial comments about Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Donovan McNabb, who is African-American.
Limbaugh is obviously an athletic supporter, except he is the kind you wear.
Limbaugh is a typical Republican who will hurt other people to get what he wants.

When Arnold Schwarzenegger ran for office, he said that he would fund his campaign with his own money, and not accept money from outside interests.
Well, as we now know, he took MILLIONS from others while running for office.
These "other" special interest people have more interest in their pockets and their own standing, than in the interests of California.
Arnold's interests are with wealth and fame.
These "others" and Arnold go hand in hand.
I think we also need an answer from Arnold as to why he took two jobs with muscle magazines so soon after taking office.
This was at a time when California needed him the most.
After all, he said he would be there for the people.
Again, it seems that Arnold put himself ahead of California.

Of course we can't forget that when it gets close to election time, we always see many road signs that support Democrats start to disappear.
Hum, I wonder what side the sign thieves are on?
Is this the Republican way of gaining the edge?

Republicans can't stand the truth.
When a topic comes up that exposes them, these cowards will discredit the reporter or change the subject in order to made themselves look good.
Their tactics no longer work.
The people are on to these Republican cowards who can't fess up.

My thoughts on Iran:
Iran may be a threat in the future, but it is not a threat now.
We have time to think about what to do with Iran.
We need to start thinking about the best ways to solve problems in the Middle East, and not create new ones.
Because Bush and the Republican Party have no clue how to fix the mess we are in with Iraq, it is best that he and they do nothing with Iran.
Wait until the voters pick better leaders, and believe me, that will not be a hard thing to do.
George Vreeland Hill