America, the Bushieful - the pdf

Attached in .pdf file format is my epic poem/lyric, "America, the Bushieful", which parodies the patriotic hymn, "America, the Beautiful". It has grown to 40 verses (30 beginning with "O Bushieful for..." and 10 beginning with "Obamaful for...") and contains much truth, including 9-11 truth. When you open the .pdf file, you'll find each verse illustrated and bookmarked, so you can jump to any verse with a single click of the mouse. This bit of whimsy just might reach people who would otherwise remain asleep, so feel free to e-mail it to anyone you like. Or print it and hand it out at the next Truth event. Or even perform it with a Greek chorus, which would be appropriate, given the tragic decade we've all just lived through. At 40 verses, though, it could take over thirty minutes to sing from start to finish.

If anyone does sing it from start to finish, please video your performance, post it to 9-11 Blogger and then e-mail me the link. I'd love to see that.

I Pledge Allegiance To The Truth

Hello Truthseekers & Truthtellers,
Here's a short poem I wrote with the help of the Pledge Of Allegiance.

Title: I Pledge Allegiance To The Truth

I Pledge Allegiance To The Truth
That The United States of America’s
Covert Intelligence Agencies (CIA) Will Be Stopped
From Creating Another FALSE FLAG.

And To The Republic For Which It Stands
One Nation Under God, Indivisible
With Liberty and Justice For All
Human Beings From Any Nation
That Has Suffered Due To
The United States of America’s
Covert Intelligence Agencies (CIA) Use Of A

Take Care Matt

Poem sought for 9/11 observance

Assuming there are any 9/11 truthers in Burlington County, this might be a good time for one of them to write a poem expressing the words "Remember, Reflect, Respond" with 9/11 truth.

Source: http://www.courierpostonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070726/NEWS01/70726016

Poem sought for 9/11 observance

The Medford Cultural Arts Commission is seeking an original poem by a Burlington County resident to be read at the township's 9/11 Remembrance observance, set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11 in Freedom Park.

The poem should be of reasonable length and appropriate for the occasion. If possible, the poem should allude to the theme of the ceremony, "Remember, Reflect, Respond."

The commission will review all entries and select one for inclusion in the ceremony. A stipend of $200 will be awarded to the poet.

Rights to the poem will remain with the poet; however, the commission reserves the right to distribute a copy to those in attendance.

All entrants must be 18 years or older.