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"Paul Rieckhoff Responds to Bush Speech"
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COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
said on 6/28/2005 @ 8:59 pm PT...
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 6/28/2005 @ 9:20 pm PT...
:plain: I was irritated by the poll cited in the recent Wash Post article but the powers that be ( i.e. Bilderberg, worldwide network of secret societies, oligarchy) must have given them permission to print The Downing Street Minutes and Memos on THE FRONT PAGE.
And on top of that, on the day that Bush was to give his lying Iraq war pep rally. Considering the murderous thugs in the Bush Crime Family and their backers, that is incredible and the number of newspapers reporting DSM compared to the TOTAL NEWS BLACKOUT ON THE ELECTION FRAUD, REP. CONYERS AD HOC HEARINGS BEGINNING WITH HIS ALMOST LONE DISPUTE WITH GOING TO WAR, THE VOTE RIGGING AND THE GANNON/GUKHERT/GOSCH - FRANKLIN PEDOPHILE RING AND WORSE THAT GANNONGATE LED TO IT IS INCREDIBLE THAT THEY ARE BEGINNING TO COVER THIS 104TH SMOKING GUN OF THE BUSH CRIMINALS.
Democratic Underground thread talked about the unbelievable fact that the Washington Post is actually reporting the news, a major Bush scandal after months and years of coverup.
I read that a Cloak and Dagger.com reporter was roughed up by the police despite the fact that he came from a prominent family and was fired by Cloak and Dagger which is very anti-Bush when he reported that the Oligarchy is in civil war, something like the Mafia wars about Bush and Iraq.
Someone wrote a while back that if Kerry had won, we would have had a kinder, gentler fascism, he would have turned the other way while Israel destroyed the Iraqi people for their oil and Americans would have gone back to sleep. Instead scandal after scandal for the past 50 years and more of the Bush Crime Family's involvement in major drug trafficking, President Kennedy's assassination, the Bush, Sr. CIA trafficking in children forced to be prostitutes and on and on.
I think that the oligarchy may not be quite as suicidal as the PNAC and the Bush Criminals - Kissenger had to talk Bush, Sr. out of a major nuclear strike on Iraq in the first Gulf War and we may be seeing the back of Bush and company. Even if they are pardoned it is good news to get rid of them.
Kerry has joined Rep. Conyers and is circulating a letter to require answers to the Downing Street Minutes and six or seven Senators have signed and on his website he has his article for the New York Times on pulling out of Iraq and a newsletter that you can sign up for - I am very cynical about John Kerry, the fact that he is a Bilderberger member and his coverup of Iran-Contra evidence and POW/MIA evidence for Bush, Sr. but if the oligarchy is willing to get rid of the madmen in the White House, a show of support for kerry by signing up for his newsletter might help push them in the direction of getting Bush, Jr. out of the White House.
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 6/28/2005 @ 9:44 pm PT...
1) The soldiers at Ft Bragg were probably ordered to attend the Prez's photo-op.
2) They didn't applaud until halfway through the spiel because someone forgot to order them to applaud...and apparently it took the prompting of a White House staffer to put their hands together.
3) How much you wanta bet that all soldiers in attendance were (a) screened beforehand like at one of the Prez's fake town hall meetings, or (b) thoroughly searched before entering the restricted area around the Prez, or both (a) and (b)?
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 1:04 am PT...
The Bush Flag:
Symbol of a Failed Presidency
This flag (hung improperly) was actually used during the big speech last night!!
see the speech photo here.
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 3:59 am PT...
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 7:49 am PT...
Re: #2 --
Kerry is indeed one of them and just staking himself out a safe house on virgin ground. This act is insignificant. Look for others doing similar as blame is shifted onto their enemies.
While they are a diverse coalition of families, each especially suited to certain duties within the ruling hierarchy, there is only one ruling family and one ruler. My point is that while there is occasional disagreement, nothing threatening to the agenda is allowed to continue unchecked unless the little man says so.
And while the agenda is now manageable and on track, they really don't have the power and control they require to succeed because of their ignorance and fear of ordinary citizenry. They will fail only because they don't understand 280 million people, and 280 million people's allegiance to Freedom and the Constitution. They possess only uncontrollable fear. And so they are helplessly reactive.
Methods are madness sure, because the little man is mad. Insane.
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 8:21 am PT...
Well, MSM is still failing us. However, I found a free guide that may be useful for using the Internet to get the truth to as many as possible, and in the process gain widespread grass roots support for our important causes.
COMMENT #8 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 10:00 am PT...
COMMENT #9 [Permalink]
Charles R Dubord JR
said on 6/29/2005 @ 11:07 am PT...
Hey Guys just had a notion here. I am going to start working on it but bloggers please help with your recollection of events.
Perhaps we should focus on the "facts being fixed around the policy" in more than just Iraq.
For example global warming. The reports or facts were being fixed around the policy of the Bush Administration.
For Example, the no-child left behind act.
For example, social security, the facts being fixed around his policy.
For example, the ban on gay marriage, no facts available, but moral guidance that is one sided is a fixed justification.
This administration does not seek debate, it has a pre-determined position on everything and then finds a way to justify it.
Let apply the "facts being fixed around the policy" test to every aspect both domestically and foreign policy wise and see if perhaps there is more evidence that supports the "notion" that the administration works like that no matter what the subject is.
Charlie- you can email me @
COMMENT #10 [Permalink]
Robert Lockwood Mills
said on 6/29/2005 @ 11:10 am PT...
The question was, "What's your IQ, Mr. President?" And that's the answer.
COMMENT #11 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 11:47 am PT...
Robert, I would agree that a single digit IQ is consistent with his actions and statements.
COMMENT #12 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 12:02 pm PT...
Charles #10 -
Somewhere on an earlier thread, I posted a link to an article on a BLM report that had been altered, 180 degrees according to scientist whistleblowers, to make it appear that grazing cattle on public wildlands is actually GOOD for the environment. The facts are that it threatens endangered species' habitat, groundwater, etc., etc., etc.
I'll try to find the link again. It's JUST like the rewriting of the Global Warming report by an oilman. "Facts" are what we say they are...
COMMENT #13 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 12:17 pm PT...
Here's another way to get the message out that the President of the United States has committed the highest crime in the land by lying to congress about the decision to go to war.
Show your patriotism by spreading the truth this Independence Day!
For CURIOSITY will eventually kill the neocons.
(bumber stickers link given --- good for making signs!)
COMMENT #14 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 12:42 pm PT...
the ORACLE knows all
,not a sniper unit in sight
COMMENT #15 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 12:57 pm PT...
Brad I can't find a link to Paul Rieckhoff's full statement, either here or at OpTruth. Do you happen to have one?
COMMENT #16 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 1:29 pm PT...
COMMENT #17 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 1:31 pm PT...
Where is the bumper sticker link? I can't find it.
COMMENT #18 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 2:18 pm PT...
It's now in blue text here.
the direct link is here.
(I am not the seller, by the way.)
COMMENT #19 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 2:23 pm PT...
Here's the Daily Kos post for The Whispering Campaign that I made.
and at Newsclip Autopsy, you may copy the side-bar ad, if you would like.
COMMENT #20 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 2:58 pm PT...
Thank you, Stop George!
COMMENT #21 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 3:09 pm PT...
Here is the link for approval ratings from rasmussen reports. Their approval ratings are consistently generous to Bush...But look at the dip he got today.
COMMENT #22 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 3:57 pm PT...
Here's another for your list - fishery reports altered.
please pardon the non active link, but haven't had time to figure how to make them active since I generaly only get here on my breaks at work. Too much to read news wise to get to it.
COMMENT #23 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 4:48 pm PT...
COMMENT #24 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 8:15 pm PT...
We're turning the corner in Iraq. We're over there because they hate our freedom. Does everybody forget about 9/11? It's hard work! I think about the Iraq War every day! We're fighting them over there, so we don't have to fight them over here.
I didn't watch Bush's speech...I can't stomach him. But, did he say any of the above? It was probably his whole speech........so I didn't miss anything. Except, maybe some creepy long extended pauses........I'm too embarrassed to watch him, I can't believe he's the president.
COMMENT #25 [Permalink]
said on 6/29/2005 @ 9:06 pm PT...
Big Dan - I know I can't bear watching or listening to *sh. Maybe more feel the same way
Bush's Iraq speech draws career-low TV audience
Live coverage of Bush's half-hour speech on Tuesday night from the Ft. Bragg military base in North Carolina averaged 23 million viewers combined on four major U.S. broadcast networks and three leading cable news channels, Nielsen said.
Designed largely to bolster sagging public support for the persistently bloody conflict in Iraq, the speech fell 8.6 million viewers shy of Bush's previous low as president, his Aug. 9, 2001 address on stem cell research, which was carried on six networks.
.....By comparison, his May 1, 2003, speech from the deck of an aircraft carrier declaring an end to major combat operations in Iraq averaged 48.4 million viewers.
Sheesh! 48.4 million --- doesn't that sound like his voting base of 2004? Does to me.