I lately I have often entertained the idea that the Bush administration is
all about causing and allowing as much destruction as possible. The
reason? This cabal owns all the right companies and businesses to
capitalize on destruction. Who are all these private contractors in Iraq?
Perhaps someone may correct me if I am wrong, but I have recently heard
that this war has the historical distinction of employing more private
contractors (mercenaries, etc.) per legitimate soldier than any other ever.
The second largest military force in Iraq isn't the UK, but the private
neocon forces of Haliburton, KBR, and crowd. When the hurricane blew away
New Orleans because this administration refused to take the obviously
necessary steps to provide minimal protection, one of the first contractors
to line up to benefit was Haliburton. Collectively the United States is
getting humiliated, compromised, and discredited, while causing great
unwarranted harm to its own citizens as well innocents abroad, and yet this
small cabal of administration power does nothing but get richer and richer
off of war profits, destruction, and misery. When does this fast ride to
the bottom end?
> [Original Message]
> From: Blunderov <email@example.com
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: 2/7/2006 1:29:21 PM
> Subject: RE: virus: What is on trial in the United States is not just
George Bush, but also his God
> [Blunderov] Happy thought of the day; what if Iran already has some nukes
> but has not yet judged the moment right to disclose this? Presumably we
> have to rely on the judgment and intelligence of our leaders in this
> Below is the perspicacity resume of one of them. Nothing in it leads me to
> believe that this man will come to any other conclusion than that his God
> has chosen him personally to use nukes. I think he may already believe
> he was born for this moment in history for to do this very thing.
> I'm getting a very bad feeling in the pit of my stomach reading the news
> lately. There is huge backlash building in the Islamic world. Western
> financial institutions could go critical at any moment. Global
> warming/dimming is looming way faster than was previously anticipated. Oil
> seems to have peaked. All the bad news is so regular it's beginning to
> like a drum.
> I'm thinking of starting a survival stash.
> What is on trial in the United States is not just George Bush, but also
> By Lee Salisbury
> Jan 24, 2006, 17:51
> A recent Zogby poll found that 52 % of Americans believe President Bush
> should be impeached if he violated the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
> (FISA) using warrant-less wiretaps. Of those surveyed in this poll, 25%
> identified themselves as "very conservative." A Republican Congress is
> unlikely to consider an impeachment trial. Nevertheless, a significant
> number of Americans seriously consider impeachment appropriate. But, what
> is really on trial?
> Let us consider the values of George Bush.
> Bush lied to America and to Congress to justify the Iraq war. Colin
> regretfully admits he was duped into false misrepresentations about Iraq's
> WMDs to the UN. Bush's invasion of Iraq violated international law. The
> numbers of dead, maimed, and wounded are in the tens of thousands. An
> estimated $1 trillion will ultimately be poured into Iraq, 80% of whose
> citizens want America's military to leave now.
> Bush ignored the known deteriorated condition of the New Orleans' levees
> long before Katrina struck. Bush cut funding for levee construction,
> watched New Orleans drown, and then trusted his incompetent crony Brownie
> ("you're do'en a heck of a job") to manage the chaos.
> Bush's No Child Left Behind program has overburdened our national
> educational system and nearly gutted state budgets.
> Bush's Leave No Millionaire Behind tax policy has taken a national surplus
> and turned it into a humungous debt for our grandchildren to repay.
> Bush's Medicare/Medicaid drug plan has plunged the nation's vulnerable and
> pharmacies into total chaos while driving the states closer to
> Bush's "War on Terror" has become a war on civil rights and liberties,
> threatening to strip the US of its democratic values. All the while,
> terrorism has increased exponentially. America is no safer today then
> before 9/11/01.
> Bush's "Homeland Security" agency's under-funding and mismanagement makes
> more vulnerable to terrorist attacks on nuclear plants, chemical
> shipping ports and airports.
> Bush's Patriot Acts I & II have shredded our Bill of Rights, taking
> ever closer to a dictatorship.
> Bush's use of torture casts America in the role of a sadistic tyrant
> us like the terrorists we abhor, and violates the "cruel and unusual
> punishment" forbidden by our Constitution.
> Bush's spying on Americans has turned a nation founded on reverence for
> privacy, free speech and due process into a contemptuous Orwellian snoop.
> Bush fails to confront global warming lest corporate polluter profits
> suffer. Bush will allow an estimated 17,000 outdated power stations and
> factories to increase their carbon emissions with impunity. The resulting
> fine-particle soot contributes to asthma, emphysema, and lung cancer.
> Bush implements unproven, arbitrary Christian fundamentalist doctrines,
> impairing the wall of church state separation, solely to accommodate the
> religious right's "rant n rave" fanaticism.
> Bush is unfazed by his Republican "culture of corruption." The fraud,
> corruption and official malfeasance exposed at Enron inundates K Street's
> Republican lobbyists.
> Space prohibits the seemingly endless list of irresponsible, destructive
> Bush policies.
> All this while, George Bush gladly represents bible-believing
> Millions of Christians led by the likes of Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson
> intercede for him. George Bush claims to make his decisions through
> Supposedly, Christianity's omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent God has an
> American President representing Him, a President whose every decision
> parallel this God's alleged values of righteousness, justice, wisdom and
> So where is the righteousness, justice, wisdom and integrity in George
> Bush's decisions? Read the above list again and show me where these
> qualities are? Is this the benefit of being "one nation under God?" Most
> Christian Bush supporters would rather keep playing church then face these
> realities. What is on trial in the minds of Americans is not just George
> Bush, but his God and his brand of Christianity.
> Nevertheless, either, Nietzsche was right when he said, "God is dead" or
> just plain doesn't give a dam! No wonder our founding fathers kept the
> mention of God out of the Constitution.
> C Copyright 2006 by AxisofLogic.com
> Additional essays and biography of Axis Columnist, Lee Salisbury
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