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Bush's Debate Frustration

Keeping America Scared

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Fahrenheit 9/11

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Life, Liberty, Justice and the Pursuit of Happiness Threatened by Bush 

A editorial:

As Bush prepares to nominate his first Supreme Court justice, it is important to understand that our constitution is in danger.  If the Supreme Court becomes the property of the extreme right, our basic rights to life, liberty, justice, and the pursuit of happiness may well be lost.

Life will be threatened by an unending war on "terror" (a.k.a., need for middle-east oil); liberty will be threatened by the "Patriot Act" and a Justice Department targeting political enemies; justice will be threatened by a tax system that ensures greater and greater inequity; and the pursuit of happiness will be threatened by a corrupt "religious" right that targets science in ways that imperil our ability to understand our universe and improve the lives of all.

To prevent this, you must speak out.  Be an activist.  Provide funding to, Think_Progress, the ACLU, and other progressive organizations that are ready to take on the challenge.



EXCEPT from "The Case for Impeachment" by Warningwill Robinson, 6/6/05


President Bush's most critical lies are probably the two contained in his March 18, 2003 letters to the Speaker of the House and to the President of the Senate justifying his decision to send the American military to invade Iraq. (Link to the letter: )

This letter was not a matter of courtesy, but was expressly required by law in the October 2002 Iraq War Resolution.

It is a very short letter, containing only a single sentence, but in that one sentence letter President Bush lied to Congress not once, but twice.

The "Saddam Was Part of 9/11" Lie

President Bush's biggest lie to Congress in that very important letter was his statement that invading Iraq was a "necessary action against . . . those nations, organizations, or persons who planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001."

We all know now however -- and George Bush knew then -- that Iraq had nothing whatsoever to do with September 11

Any doubts about this were resolved by President Bush himself not long after the invasion, when on September 18, 2003, he confessed "We've no evidence that Saddam Hussein was involved with the [sic] September 11th." (see, )

Clearly therefore, the President's representation to the United States Congress that invading Iraq was a "necessary action" against those who "committed or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001," was a colossal, and deadly, lie.

It was not his only lie however.

The "Iraq is a Continuing Threat to the U.S." Lie

In addition, President Bush also told Congress in that same letter that:

"[r]eliance on . . . peaceful means alone will [not] adequately protect the national security of the United States against the continuing threat posed by Iraq . . .."

This was simply not true, and President Bush knew it was not true.

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What kind of democracy . . .

  • Allows a campaign chairperson for one candidate be the state's chief official managing the election process?

  • Allows politicians to draw boundary lines for election districts that ensure the reelection of the incumbent legislators? 

  • Allows voting districts that are predominantly African-American to have millions of uncounted "spoiled" and "provisional" ballots while other districts have relatively few such ballots?


Incumbents in Florida

Even when incumbents don't run, their party almost always retains their seats.  It happens this way in Florida -and most other states -- because the responsibility for drawing congressional and legislative district lines after each 10-year census rests with the state legislatures. It's true: Lawmakers are responsible for drawing their very own districts, and you can be sure they won't do anything to jeopardize their own -- or their party's -chances of winning.  In Florida, they've refined it even further: The Senate draws up the district lines for the Senate, and the House draws up the district lines for the House. . . It wasn't in the too-distant past -- say, in the last 10, 20 or 30 years -- that a qualified challenger had at least a chance of beating an incumbent. That's no longer true, except in the rarest of cases.   The Ledger, Editorial, 1/19/05  MORE


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