George Bush

Bill Doyle, Father of 9/11 Victim, SPEAKS OUT!

From infowars.com
Sunday, February 17, 2008
"A condensed video of an original Alex Jones radio interview with 9/11 activist Bill Doyle, father of Joey Doyle, who was killed in the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York."

EXCERPTS:

“We have two planes fly into the towers and all of a sudden they get blown up within an hour and a half - that’s impossible,” said Doyle.

Doyle estimated that around half of the family members his organization represents think that there was government complicity in the attacks.

Special "Worst President Ever" Presidents' Day Show on Dynamic Duo Monday 2/17

George W. Bush's legacy will include his complicity in 9/11 high treason and mass murder. "Worst president ever" doesn't even begin to do justice to this level of betrayal.

To celebrate the (hopefully) impending end of Bush's reign of terror--the last Presidents' Day with this incurious, sadistic borderline psychopath fouling up the White House--I have invited two of America's leading impeachment activists: Peter Thottam of http://www.BCIMPEACH.com and LA 9/11 Truth and Debra Sweet of http://www.worldcantwait.net

I understand that Peter may be turning away from impeachment activism toward supporting Obama, which I'm not sure is a good idea. Webster Tarpley has made a good case that Obama is a dangerous NWO front-man, and that Hilary, for all her faults, would be a small step toward reorienting the political system in favor of ordinary working people, who are being bled dry by the NWO globalists.

US Attorney Firings - Fighting back against Bush and Cronies

Seems as though the House is finally getting some balls to go after Bush and his cronies.

Too bad they're letting them get away with the conspiracy and the murder of their own people on 9/11

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/02/14/house.contempt/index.html

Return of the 9/11 President

Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/blog/2008/02/12/BL2008021201228_pf.html

Return of the 9/11 President

By Dan Froomkin
Special to washingtonpost.com
Tuesday, February 12, 2008; 12:52 PM

President Bush continues to dispute all the predictions that his presidency will go down in history as a miserable failure.

Or, as he put it in an interview with Chris Wallace of Fox News over the weekend: "It's very hard to write the future history of America before the current history hasn't been fully written."

But with the economy tanking, the war in Iraq dragging on, our nation's moral standing in ashes and voters hungering for a new direction, how exactly does Bush intend to go out a winner?

One possible answer: Try to change the subject back to 9/11.

Steven Lee Myers writes in the New York Times that the administration's announcement yesterday of capital murder charges against half a dozen men allegedly linked to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks will bring the election-year focus back on Bush's favorite issues.

Standing Orders to Delay on 911: Legislators Indict President Bush & Vice President Bush

RE: Request to Indict President Bush & Vice President Bush
for Criminal Neglect and Failure to Lift Standing Orders to Delay on 9/11

Dear Representative:

The United States has written laws so that people might know their rights and secure justice through the courts.
The U.S. Constitution requires that all elected officials take an oath promising to uphold and defend the U.S. Constitution.
Violating the Constitution is a crime. Those who violate the Constitution are criminals.

I am writing to you out of concern that constitutional violations occurred on 9/11.

Article 4, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution states:
Every State shall be protected against Invasion; and domestic Violence.

President Bush and Vice President Cheney failed to protect the U.S. against Invasion on 9/11.

When notified of the attack on the World Trade Centers, President Bush neglected to assume his duties as Commander in Chief on 9/11, but instead continued participating in a reading lesson being conducted in a public school classroom in the State of Florida.

U.S. Constitution: Defensive Actions Reserved to States

Article 1, Section 8 states:

IMPEACH!

Bush Administration's 935 Lies to Iraq War Part 1 of 3

The Bush administration led the nation to war on the basis of erroneous information that it methodically propagated and that culminated in military action against Iraq on March 19, 2003. Not surprisingly, the officials with the most opportunities to make speeches, grant media interviews, and otherwise frame the public debate also made the most false statements, according to this first-ever analysis of the entire body of prewar rhetoric.

Fully searchable database: http://www.publicintegrity.org/WarCard/Search/Default.aspx

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz9Ew1UBBj0

Senator Dick Durbin speaks on the House Floor concerning FISA and the 935lies to Iraq war.

Bush Administration's 935 Lies to Iraq War Part 2 of 3

Getting Past 'Oh', Why Americans Misunderestimate the Depravity of the President They Hate

From "The Regressive Antidote, David Michael Green on Politics":

"Getting Past 'Oh', Why Americans Misunderestimate the Depravity of the President They Hate"

By David Michael Green at

http://www.regressiveantidote.net/Articles/Getting_Past_Oh.html

... My guess is that Americans simply can’t go there, just as many can’t possibly entertain the thought that 9/11 might have been done by their government, or at least perhaps allowed to happen. People can imagine that the war was a mistake, but not that they are such pathetic pawns of their own government that their lives and the lives of American military personnel are of zero consequence to political elites. Or that those daddy-figures upon whom they rely for their precarious sense of security could in fact be vicious predators readily able to betray, ruin and destroy their own public for purposes of financial or power enrichment.

Hitler's Reichtag Fire = Bush's 9/11

On February 27, 1933, after Hitler came to power, the Nazis burned down the Berlin Reichstag (Parliament) building and blamed it on Communist terrorists to justify a "temporary" suspension of civil liberties to cope with the terrorist threat. This is how Hitler became an absolute dictator. The "temporary" suspension of freedom lasted until Germany was in ruins.

The Reichstag fire was the key event in the establishment of the Nazi dictatorship. On Feb. 28, 1933, the day after the fire, Hitler's dictatorship began with the enactment of a decree "for the Protection of the People and the State," which dispensed with all constitutional protection of political, personal, and property rights....

Clinton To Bush:Rescind 9/11 Veto Threat

Unfortunately, a subscription to the online newspaper is required to read the entire article; however, it's still good to get a heads-up on where this issue stands with Hillary Clinton and President Bush.

Source: http://www.rockawave.com/news/2007/1214/Community/024.html

Clinton To Bush:Rescind 9/11 Veto Threat

12/14/07

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday called on President Bush to rescind his threat to veto the budget measure providing $109 million in critical funding to healthcare programs to treat those who are now suffering from illnesses as a result of the 9/11 attacks.

Guest Soapbox: Does "any reasonable" think Bush knew of 9/11?

Does anyone reasonable think that the above title should have "anyone reasonable" in place of "any reasonable"? . . . Maybe I'm the one who's wrong here.

Source: http://www.hidesertstar.com/articles/2007/12/01/editorial/opinion3.txt

SATURDAY DECEMBER 1, 2007 Last modified: Saturday, December 1, 2007 12:23 AM PST

Guest Soapbox: Does any reasonable think Bush knew of 9/11?

By Ed Currall / Yucca Valley

I read with interest the Guest Soapbox of Oct. 31, “Bush has never learned history’s lessons” written by Daniel Lea, as a response or rebuttal to my letter “In case you’ve forgotten, we are at war.” From the content of his article, Mr. Lea seems to be well informed and probably well educated. If he remembers many of the events cited, I would assume he is probably close to my age. While I do not wish to debate Mr. Lea, and I believe, as he states, that we are each entitled to our opinions, there are certain points in his writing with which I must disagree, and some of his assumptions about my opinion that I feel he misunderstood. I feel that these must be clarified.

"A Great Opportunity": President Bush Describes 9/11

How did President Bush feel about the September 11 attacks? In the following hours, weeks, and months, he repeatedly used one word. While most people no doubt felt that it was an absolute catastrophe, George W. Bush described 9/11--or at least the political climate it had engendered--as an "opportunity." He said this again and again:

September 11, 2001
Hours after the attacks, during a 9:30 p.m. meeting with his key advisers, Bush declared: "This is a great opportunity. We have to think of this as an opportunity." [1]

Later that evening, he dictated for his diary: "My hope is that this will provide an opportunity for us to rally the world against terrorism." [2]

September 13, 2001
During an appearance in the White House Oval Office, Bush said: "You know, through the tears of sadness I see an opportunity. ... And now is an opportunity to do generations a favor, by coming together and whipping terrorism." [3]

During the National Security Council meeting later that day, he said: "This is a new world. ... Start the clock. This is an opportunity. ... I want Afghan options ... I want decisions quick." [4]

Made you into a Liar Mr Bush! KEITH OLBERMANN on MSNBC

These are the new rules after 911. AmeriKA under George W. Bush.

I prefer the America Keith Olbermann talks about. What are your thoughts / comments on this?

How far does 911 especially when it is a FALSE-FLAG INSIDE JOB change America and her Constitution and her respect for human rights, international law and justice?

Where do good people draw the line? Pls review and critique.

KEITH OLBERMANN SPECIAL COMMENT ON WATERBOARDING NOV 5, 2007

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arWJ358tZgU

Is Bush crazy?

Near the end of this interview Bush says;

"Whether it be Afghanistan or Iraq, we got more work to do. We the free world has more work to do, and I believe those of us who live in liberty have a responsibility to promote forms of government that deal with what causes 19 kids to get on airplanes to kill 3000 students."

What is he talking about???

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich questioned President Bush's mental health in light of comments he made about a nuclear Iran precipitating World War III.
"I seriously believe we have to start asking questions about his mental health," Kucinich, an Ohio congressman, said in an interview with The Philadelphia Inquirer's editorial board on Tuesday. "There's something wrong. He does not seem to understand his words have real impact."

Interesting article, is it disinformation?

From TBR News October 22, 2007

http://www.tbrnews.org/Archives/a2774.htm

Never sure what to make of this. It may be disinformation, limited hangout, what have you. Part of the problem is, we really have limited ability to assess the credibility of the sources. Here is an excerpt:

"Reports to Department of Justice (FBI) and CIA to White House in re coming attacks: The President notified.

As it appeared that there would be such attacks for a certainty., our Embassy first of all contacted both the American Justice Department and the Central Intelligence Agency and appraised them of the seriousness of the situation. Eventually, the office of the Ambassador made contact with top aides of the Vice President Cheney.

'Deaf, Dumb, and Blind': Were Communications Sabotaged on 9/11?

On September 12, 2001, the commander in chief of the Russian air force, General Anatoly Kornukov, offered his thoughts on the previous day's events: "Generally it is impossible to carry out an act of terror on the scenario which was used in the USA yesterday. ... The notification and control system for the air transport in Russia does not allow uncontrolled flights and leads to immediate reaction of the anti-missile defense. As soon as something like that happens here, I am reported about that right away and in a minute we are all up." [1] One would assume the defenses of the United States should have been more effective than those of Russia. Yet the 9/11 attacks seem to have proceeded with ease, and America's air defenses appear to have been almost non-existent at the time they were most needed.