Redcoats and Scapegoats

This is a response to an AP article today:
"Retired general censured in Tillman case"

AP Article: "It's a perfect storm of mistakes, misjudgments and a failure of leadership," said Geren in announcing his decision after an investigation into the death of the former pro football player.

Aha - mistakes. Sort of like the "mistakes" of NORAD on 9/11? Maybe like the Secret Service breaking protocol in a Florida classroom? Let us not forget that Pat Tillman recieved 3 shots to the head in "close proximity." From an "M16... 10 yards away"
10 Yards. That's one first down marker on a football field. A short pass. Keep that in mind. Incompetence is always the first scapegoat they bring out to cover intent.

"No evidence at all of enemy fire was found at the scene _ no one was hit by enemy fire, nor was any government equipment struck."

Now... if there were no threats around, then why pray tell is there a one way firefight going on, and the only victim appears to be Mr. Tillman?

The American people should be able to see this thinly vailed concept. George Bush was elected twice. You don't get to be president twice by being incompetent. Nor does an administration that has been in white buildings for most of their adult lives. No matter how many "That's my Bush" shows you watch or "Bush Wisdom" books you read... there can be no excuse called "incompetence" anymore. Once the American people re-frame this president and adminstration in it's proper light, they will stop seeing incompetence and start seeing intent, and that will be a very, very, angry people.

Average citizens rounded up. Guns confiscated. RFID tracking implimented.

Justification for endless war. Billions in Halliburton contracts. Domestic surveillance.

Terror Drills on 9/11
NORAD confused by multiple "blips" on their radar screen. Fighters sent away from target areas.

Pat Tillman
Football star calls Iraq "Illegal War." Prepares to go public. Recieves "dishonorable discharge" from an M-16.

I rest my case.