War, stemming from 9/11, is eroding our rights (letter to the editor)

Letter to the editor about the spineless/toady Congress giving immunity and broad, mostly unchecked powers to spy on Americans to the same public servants who ignored and failed to prevent the 9/11 terror attacks numerous advisors were warning them were going to happen.

first, a link about PatriotsQuestion911.com from 911Research.WTC7.net

As far as I know, 911Summary.com is better vetted for those "kookorspooks" in the truth movement, who may not be "patriots" at all.
Highly-Credible People Question 9/11

Here's the letter, pasted in full:


Among people who have examined the evidence of 9/11 thoroughly, there is little doubt the story created by the government for mass consumption is a gigantic fraud.

Scholars, engineers, architects, pilots and intelligence professionals have gone on the record exposing the lies, as seen at http://patriots question911.com.

But that is not what this letter is about.

On Friday, the Senate failed to block legislation already passed by the House that severely wounds the Fourth Amendment.

The assaults on our Constitution continue, spurred on and enabled by the "war on terror" and stemming from the 9/11 attacks.

The war in Iraq, its motive shamelessly confirmed by the granting of oil concessions to Shell, BP, Exxon-Mobil and Total, continues; we are about to embark on farcical show trials of 9/11 patsies using torture-obtained evidence.

We have watched a wretched, scripted myth grow, tended by those who would use it to enslave us in the guise of keeping us "safe."

I have questions for those who choose not to look at the evidence or who reject it out of hand.

Are you willing to bet the integrity of our Constitution and Bill of Rights, and your children's future, on the veracity of the Bush administration?

What right do you have to do that?

When at last it becomes obvious to all that we no longer live in a democracy, how will you explain to your children?

Somehow, I think "we were too busy" just won't cut it.

Shelton F. Lankford