Saturday, January 28, 2006

Saggy Polls: Americans don't Bite Bushit!
View above link for Bush confidence and “knees like bald tires”.
Can the policy of propaganda, abuse of power and flagrant corruption keep the BushCo Administration going?

Bush: "I am the Walrus"
Bush uttered nearly 7,000 words in his 45-minute Q&A. But his message could be summed up with a brief phrase in his least-favorite language: L'Etat c'est moi (I am the state).

Torture Keeps America SAFE!
First, he claims to be commander-in-chief of an endless "war on terror" that bears no relation to any previous war….and he asserts his power as commander of an undeclared war in Iraq that was sold on the basis of deliberate lies.

US Feels Safer w/ Halliburton on Border?
The contract, which is effective immediately, provides for establishing temporary detention and processing capabilities to augment existing ICE Detention and Removal Operations (DRO) Program facilities in the event of an emergency influx of immigrants into the U.S....

Hamas Democracy NOT BushCo Democracy!
Hamas dismisses the Freemasons, Lions Club, and the Rotarians as organizations promoting "the interest of Zionism." It accuses those organizations, and the "Zionist invasion" in general, of being "behind the drug trade and alcoholism in all its kinds."

Not Your Ordinary Criminals
The "internationally minded business and legal elite" include David Rockefeller, Stanley Fischer, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Henry Kissinger, Alan Greenspan, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford, George Soros, Paul Wolfowitz, and Rupert Murdoch. The Council on Foreign Relations is not an ordinary private organization; the Council on Foreign Relations is an elite cabal.

West Supports Terrorism
The operation conducted by the UN security forces is clearly terrorism, and is a paradigm of international terrorism.

Red-Handed w/ Iraq Loot

Free Speech Ends Here!
Stating that “homosexual behaviour endangers the survival of humanity” and that “heterosexuality is morally superior to homosexuality” can cost you dearly in France.

Where Have All the Gonads Gone??
In Search of Masculinity…by masculine, I mean a man who not only demonstrates the physical qualities of ruggedness but who also possesses inner toughness.

US Border Patrol told Look North
Border Patrol the Tucson sector in Arizona….cautions the agents that the “Mexican military are trained to escape, evade and counter-ambush if it will effect their escape”; then the cards ask the agents who come across Mexican soldiers on our soil “to keep a low profile and use shadows to camouflage and hide.”

Nuclear, Fiscal, Turkey Flu Disaster
Telling sign of the times.. revealed

Court Bans Secrecy & Sex w/ Minors
The three-judge panel, in a 2-1 decision, ruled that although minors have a right to informational privacy it doesn't exist for illegal sexual conduct.

Taser Kids OK in Florida

Illness-Industrial Complex
"Bad Blood" brought together three American scandals--poverty, our morally bankrupt for-profit health care system and the practices of our nation's fast food joints.

Viewing Psyops: Psychchological Warfare
Information put out as part of the military's psychological operations, or Psyops, is finding its way onto the computer and television screens of ordinary Americans.

Affluent Tossed from VA System
More than a quarter-million veterans considered to have higher incomes could not sign up for health care with the Veterans Affairs Department during the last fiscal year because of a cost-cutting move.

Special Interest is DC Corruption Link

Public Official Predators Destroy US
Bush and his Republican cronies in Congress have led America to ruin. Unfortunately, too many in this country have sat on their asses and let it happen.

Bulldozing New Orleans History
Undamaged property is set to be raised by local officials…

Gov. Blanco Digs New Crib
A Common Sense Message for Gov Blanco

More on the Fee speech Zone
Free Speech Zone and…

Bank Stop Loans to Culture of Corruption
A regional US bank has banned lending to commercial developers who plan to build on land seized from private citizens, in protest against the strengthening of government
powers to make compulsory purchases.

US Government Favors Lefties
Our system of government is highly responsive to vocal groups that lobby for subsidies, government programs, and other special favors.

NJ Gov Favors Needle Exchange
"Unless I find out new information, I'm going to be a very strong advocate," Corzine said …in his Statehouse office. "We're losing lives every day we don't act."

TN Lite on Ethics Reform
Cash limit on campaigns, free eats…

E-Mail Bag…Connecticut Representative Chris Shays writes Helen in

Friday, January 27, 2006

Dear Helen:
Thank you for contacting my office expressing support for investigating President Bush and considering impeachment because you believe he deceived the American public about the need to use force against Iraq. I appreciate you taking the time to share your views with me.

I supported the President's decision to use force against Iraq and do not support impeachment.
Despite agreements among the international intelligence community, Republican and Democrat lawmakers, and both the Clinton and Bush Administrations that Saddam Hussein possessed WMDs, stockpiles of these weapons were not found.

I do not believe Presidents Clinton or Bush lied about the threat of WMDs. The President's decision, supported by most of Congress, including both of Connecticut's senators, was based on intelligence that turned out to be incorrect. The question is whether the United States should have given Saddam more time to prove he had destroyed his weapons. President Bush felt we had waited long enough, and I supported his decision to use force.

As Chairman of the Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations, I've held more than 60 hearings on the terrorist threat -- 22 of them prior to September 11, 2001. There was no doubt in my mind on that fateful day, and there is no doubt in my mind today, that Saddam Hussein gave comfort and support to those who would destroy us and that for too long we failed to insist on the enforcement of United Nations' two resolutions governing Iraq's conduct. The bottom line is, Saddam Hussein needed to be removed from power, and the Bush Administration finally did so.

I am very concerned about the violence in Iraq and the welfare of our troops. As Chairman of the Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations, I have made ten trips to Iraq because I want to learn first hand about the conditions there. These trips allow me to make an assessment of our operations in Iraq, independent of the Administration or the press; to make recommendations to the Administration on ways to improve; and advocate our positions to the Iraqis. It is clear to me while significant mistakes have been made and progress in Iraq has been slow and uneven, progress is being made.

We all know mistakes were made. We did not prevent the looting that took place when coalition forces first entered Iraq. It is clear we should not have disbanded their entire government, army, border patrol or police. The Department of Defense made grave errors by not procuring enough protective gear or armored vehicles for our soldiers. But it is vitally important to the future peace and prosperity of the Middle East and the entire world that the United States and its coalition partners fulfill their commitment to stabilizing Iraq before we withdraw troops.
Unfortunately, the Administration has done a very poor job of explaining to the American people our exit strategy.

The United States' strategy is to assist the Iraqis in creating a secure environment so they can develop their new democratic government and defend that government. American forces can be reduced when enough Iraqi police, border patrol and military personnel can take their place and their new government is fully functioning.

To support our efforts in training an effective Iraqi security force, I voted for H.R. 1268, the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, which passed the House by a vote of 368 to 58 and was signed into law by the President on May 11. This legislation provides $5.7 billion to train Iraqi police, military and border control agents. The bottom line is Iraqis want to defend their own country, and I strongly support the United States' commitment to ensuring that in addition to training, they have the tools and manpower necessary to do so.

The establishment of a new Iraqi government is progressing well. In June 2004, the U.S. transferred power to a sovereign interim government. In January 2005, elections were held, a President and Prime Minister were named, a transitional national assembly was formed and members were selected to write Iraq's new constitution. This Constitution was approved by a national referendum on October 15 with 63 percent of all adults voting and 79 percent of them supporting the new constitution. On December 15, 2005, new national elections were held with approximately 70 percent of those eligible to vote exercising that right and privilege.

You may be interested to know the Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations has held several hearings on troop protection. Working through the Committee I will continue to conduct oversight on this important matter and pressure the Department of Defense to do a better job ensuring our troops have everything they need.

Our military's role in removing Saddam Hussein from power and ending his regime was highly successful, but the task of winning the peace and rebuilding Iraq should have been placed in the hands of the State Department much sooner instead of keeping it with the Department of Defense. Had this been done the looting would have been confronted and they would not have eliminated the Iraqi army, border patrol and police. Had the military remained focused on capturing the remaining elements of Saddam's regime and fighting terrorists, had the State Department been called upon to take a greater role in the reconstruction efforts, and had Congress asserted a greater oversight role granted to it by our founding fathers, I believe the creation of a new Iraq would have proceeded without such resistance and turmoil.

Please do not hesitate to contact my office again. Because mail is delayed by Anthrax screening, e-mails, phone calls, faxes, and in-person visits are the most effective ways to communicate with my office. I also have recently begun a periodic e-newsletter and would be happy to send it to you. To request this e-newsletter, and for other information, please visit my website at

Christopher Shays Member of Congress

16th January, 2006


On Monday, 30th January, 2006 at 8:30 am in Queen's Square, Sydney, Australia, at the northern end of Hyde Park and in front of the Law Courts Building, there will be a Protest Rally on the occasion of the Judges parading in public to celebrate the "Commencement of the Law Term" when they dress in all their robes and wigs to attend services at St. Mary's cathedral at 9:00am and later at the St. James's Church at 10:30 am.

The Magna Carta Monument in Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle says that "Magna Carta is now seen as the traditional mandate for trial by jury, justice for all, accountable government and no arbitrary imprisonment.". Trial by Jury is the People's only protection against injustice and oppression and has been guarantied to us since 1215. The "Charters of Liberty", which entrench that Right have been "Constitutional Enactments" in Australia since 1828. There is no other way the People can defend themselves against corrupt, unfair and inappropriate laws passed by State and Federal Legislatures and imposed by dishonourable Judges.

However, those Legislatures have now passed laws which abolish our Right to Trial by Jury and the corrupt Judges ruthlessly impose their ill-gotten power.

The purpose of the Rally is to demand the return of our most precious Right and the return of the Rule of Law. It is also to show support to those Judges who may not be happy to be dishonourable and corrupt, but have consciences. It is to encourage those men and women who are going through Hell in the own lives because they know what they are doing is wrong.

Everyone ordinary Australian who has a Passion for Truth, Justice, Freedom and Democracy is strenuously urged to be in attendance in Queen's Square. All the victims of the Family Court or any Court where they have not been told that they must give their "clear and unequivocal consent to be without a Jury" and that in the absense of that consent "the Court has no jurisdiction to proceed summarily", should make the effort to be there on that Monday because it is the only day of the year that they will have to look 100+ Judges in the face and say, "LET RIGHT BE DONE".

Yours sincerely,
John Wilson,

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