Monday, June 26, 2006

Trouble In The Heartland
Okie from Muskogee Against Bush’s War

“I’m not for the war in Iraq because I don’t believe they’ve explained why they’re doing it.” so said Merle Haggard in a Newsweek Interview. For so many reasons this portends serious trouble for the GOP and the Radical Right. Haggard is representative of the red state ‘Everyman’ that has been the electoral base of the Republican Party for some time. Without that support the GOP faces hard times this November. Democrats should not think that the heartland is turning into shaggy long haired, draft card burnin’, dope smokin’ San Francisco peace freak hippies. No, they still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse in Muskogee, Oklahoma. However they are getting fed up with their sons and daughters getting the killed and maimed for reasons that were as contrived as a Karl Rove prayer meeting. They dislike losing at anything, especially a war. Their alienation will only grow stronger as the repetitious cycle of death and desolation continues.

There is a ray of hope for Bush and his gang. All they have to do is start ‘winning’ the war. That would bring the faithful back into the fold. However, after more than three years it is apparent that that is easier said than done. And of course this begs the question of what does ‘winning’ entail? (1A) Does it mean a cessation of all hostilities? (1B) Does it mean bringing all U.S. troops home, and if so, when? (2) Does it mean a free, united, and democratic Iraq? (3) Does it mean stopping Iraq from being a haven for al Qaeda and other terrorist groups? (4) Or perhaps it just means U.S. access and control of the Iraqi oil fields. The only ones of these that stand a scintilla of a chance is bringing all the troops home, or securing the oil fields and this will require the opposite tack of committing at least 500,000 troops till Hell freezes over. Let’s look at each of these in turn.

The Sunnis, Shi’ites, and the Kurds have been fighting for centuries and they will continue no matter when the U.S. leaves. The attacks on Americans will continue until all the troops have been withdrawn. The only option open to the U.S. is to declare victory and come home. Obviously this negates definitions 2, 3, and 4.

Iraq was formed by the British after World War I in order to consolidate their oil interests. They drew political lines with no regard what so ever to centuries old cultural, religious, and ethnic realities. It was all about the oil as it has been ever since. There is no precedent or history of democracy in any area of Iraq. In the late fifties after a coup the military did attempt to form a quasi-republic. However the government initiated several anti-corporate programs like nationalizing the oil industry and recognizing the Iraqi Communist Party. This led to another coup, this time backed by the CIA. This coup brought the Ba’ath Party and Saddam Hussein to power in the early sixties. They were soon overthrown themselves but regained power for good in 1968. Despite all the declarations to the contrary America has never been interested in having democracies established in the oil rich countries of the Middle East.
If we were we would never had the CIA engineer a coup to topple the democratically elected government of Iran in 1953. You see they were preparing to nationalize their oil industry too. Say what you will, but we have been nothing but consistent in our Middle East policy.

The Bush War has accomplished one thing, it has allowed Bush to become the ‘uniter’ he claimed to be in 2000. He has succeeded in uniting the entire Islamic world against America. And as such he has created the most serious threat to the nation’s security since Adolph Hitler. Instead of going after the terrorists that attacked America he went after the oil fields of Saddam Hussein. Rather than protecting America he has endangered us for decades to come. Instead of destroying the terrorists of 9/11 he has created and enabled new ones. There was no al Qaeda presence in Iraq prior to March 2003, now there is. Saddam did allow non al Qaeda terrorists to live or operate in Iraq while he was in power but he did not allow them to initiate or conduct attacks against the U.S. Granted he did this out of fear not altruism, but he kept a lid on it none the less. Now Iraq is a primordial soup for terrorists and will remain so after we have gone. Just how does this make the Republicans the party of national defense?

Thankfully today there is no hope for definition number 4 to come into play. However if people like Bush continue to be placed into positions of authority there may come a day when they will start another war and through more lies and deceptions may decide that committing 500,000 or more is not too much of a sacrifice for others to bear.

The Bush Credo - No Sacrifice Is Too Great For Others To

Friday, June 02, 2006

To Impeach or Not
The Art and Science of Politics and Mercy

I like Dave Lindorff, he is a very good journalist. He is quite intelligent and he almost always is on the correct side of an issue, after all he most often agrees with me. In a recent article on Counterpunch he plugged his new book, "The Case for Impeachment," which he co-authored with Barbara Olshansky. In the book they lay out convincing proof of George Bush’s sins, high crimes, and misdemeanors. And if ever there were a President deserving to be impeached it is Bush. His legal and moral conduct while President has been abysmal and traitorous. Let’s face it his whole life has been that way, but the statute of limitations has run out on most of those offenses committed before he was appointed President.

Lindorff points out that a majority of Americans want Impeachment if Bush okayed NSA spying. Of course that is only one of the many instances along Dubya’s trail of deceit and treachery. And I know that a recent poll said George was the worst President in 60 years, but we need to take a closer look at that poll. First what is this 60 year crap; they only missed it by 157 years. The first President was elected in 1789. Next the poll rated Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton the BEST Presidents over those 60 years.

What? Ronald Reagan committed impeachable offenses himself while in office. And it was he who started and led the attack by the country’s economic elite against Middle America. There most likely wouldn’t even be a Dubya if not for Reagan. As for Clinton, he was nothing more than a Corporate Republican dressed in Democratic clothing. He took Reagan’s war against the Middle Class even farther. He deregulated everything in sight and kissed Corporate butt at every opportunity. Let’s face it if one could forgive and forget Richard Nixon’s minor indiscretion of trying to subvert the Constitution, even he was a much better President than Reagan or Clinton. Certainly his economic policies were much more directed toward the average American.

I know that Bush is the worst President in American history and I understand that that is universally accepted throughout the world. I know the world will be a much better place once Dubya is out of office. But the 2006 elections should not be run on the impeachment issue. It definitely should be run as a referendum on Bush and the radical right. Their agenda needs to be recognized for its hateful and anti-democratic policies. It needs to be soundly renounced and defeated at the polls. It is imperative that Democrats regain control of at least one House of Congress.

This election is about stopping Bush now. If the Democrats regain control of one of the Houses they should then begin an extensive investigation into all of the illegalities committed by the Bush Administration. It should be thorough and complete. Bringing the whole truth to light is much more important than some hasty punishment of someone like Bush. Do not forget the horrible mess that Dubya has placed the nation in. Working our way out will be no easy task. It will require much hard work. Bring out the whole truth but do not do it at the expense of starting to correct all of Bush’s mistakes. If continuing the investigations goes past 2008 so be it. Correcting the downward trend of the past 26 years cannot be done in two.

The Democrats need to get focused and stay focused. History will condemn Bush for the liar and tyrant that he is. The best punishment the Democrats can impose on him is to make sure the unjust and autocratic world he has worked so hard for is buried for ever.

The Bush Credo - No Sacrifice Is Too Great For Others To

Thursday, June 01, 2006

GOP 2006 Agenda

Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Barry Bonds Is A Scumbag
It isn’t Complicated

An article I read today posed this question,” How will you remember Barry Bonds?” One of several options was ‘It is complicated’. The author chose that as part of his answer. He said, “You'll tell them he cheated and that his story is both sad and complicated.” Well two out of three ain’t bad. He is right, it is sad and Bonds is a cheater, but it isn’t complicated. It is so simple that an old drug user and baseball man like George Bush should even be able to understand it. But then rumor has it steroids were part of the the Texas Rangers’ game plan while he was an owner and managing general partner.

Before continuing I know my friends would insist that I come clean. Yes I have used a drug or two in my lifetime. They say I am prejudiced toward Major League Baseball (MLB) but I say my conclusions are undeniable and solidly proven.

Here is my case. It is true that I have not attended, watched, or listened to a major league game since 1994. It does not mean that I have lived in a cave so I do know that the Red Sox won the Series in 2004. And yes I do hold it against baseball that I missed that Series, but that is another story. In 1994 MLB went to the dogs. It was part of a trend started by the NBA and later joined by the NFL. It was a trend of greedy owners and greedy players sticking it to the fans. So I got mad as hell and said I am not going to take it anymore. Even though I was a sports junkie, I gave up professional sports, all of them. It would take another 10 years before I was able to kick the habit entirely and give up college sports as well.

But I digress, back to baseball, it is the greatest game ever, even better than curling. I love baseball. I refer to real baseball not the the bastardized version of the American League. It is a game of strategy and nuances. It is a thinking person’s game. It was my game of choice in my youth. It could have been my road to fortune. No, not based on my abilty. I was great with a glove and had good speed but I had a little difficulty with the curve ball. I also had a pack rat mentality and shoebox upon shoebox of baseball cards. If I would have just saved them I probably could have owned the Rangers instead of bad mouthing them.

Like the rest of the world, baseball started going through significant changes in the 1960’s. The players and fans began to realize that the sport was not just a game, it also was a business. The age of corporatization had arrived for baseball. Players responded by finally putting some teeth into their union, the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), and making use of agents. The first collective bargaining agreement for MLB was reached in 1968.

Two years later Curt Flood, a St. Louis outfielder, challenged the ‘reserve clause’. This clause tied the players for life to the team that held their contract. They were not free to negotiate with other teams. With a dose of hyperbole Flood said he was the same as a ’slave’. Flood was an African American but using slave was insulting to the history of Black people in America. He was making $90,000 a year in 1970. Flood was right in his fight he was not in his choice of words. He lost the battle, the courts decided against him and his baseball career was over. But the players won the war, in 1975 an arbitrator ruled against the owners and the reserve clause.

Between 1975 and 1994 there were two lockouts and three strikes. The rules say 3 strikes and you’re out. So it was with baseball for me. Baseball had become a bunch of self-centered and overpaid players in collusion with corporate pigs for owners. The everyday fan did not fit into the equation. It finally dawned on me that if I wanted to look at and support rear ends I would have become a proctologist. Hail, farewell, and good riddance, I’m never going back.

Now all that doesn’t make Barry Bonds a scumbag. Using drugs doesn’t make him a scumbag. Alcohol was the Babe’s drug; gambling was Pete Rose’s. Cheating, using drugs while denying it, and promoting a win at any and all costs attitude is what makes Barry a scumbag. A scumbag he will remain until he quits lying and starts helping solve the problem instead of adding to it. It isn’t complicated. It’s simple as sin.

The Bush Credo - No Sacrifice Is Too Great For Others To

Saturday, May 27, 2006

The Bush Doctrine
Unending War

Thursday, May 25, 2006

In Defense Of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling
They Have Been Wrongly Accused and Convicted

I do not mean that Lay is innocent of the 6 counts on which he was convicted today or that Skilling is innocent of the 19 for which he was convicted. They are guilty as sin of those and more. No, I mean they have been wrongly accused of being a couple of rotten apples in the otherwise pure and pristine barrel of Corporate America. They are not the exception, they are the rule. There is something rotten in Wall Street, and it is not being directed by Heaven. Nay if we follow it, the stench, we find it to be Wall Street itself.

Wall Street and Corporate America have tried to hide behind a façade of amorality. They attempt to cover-up their misdeeds and illegalities by assigning them to a nebulous and ill-defined world of ‘business’. They are not accountable for their actions, “It’s only business,” magic words that relieve them of all responsibility. It is quite ironic that Big Business would adopt such an attitude after all the trouble it went through to get the government to declare that Corporations have the same rights as living breathing human beings. This the government finally did in 1886 when it was so decreed by the Supreme Court in its Santa Clara County v. Southern Pacific Railroad decision. They want and have all the rights but none of the obligations. Thus it has been for the past 120 years, and the result is the devolution into Bush World.

David Sirota in his new book, Hostile Takeover, gives this warning from Thomas Jefferson,
"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country."
Jefferson said this in 1816, almost 200 years ago. Like all aristocracies, corporate behavior has not improved with age. It has steadily declined. The trial is over and Corporate America has won, it is now the government.

Oh, its all been legal, bought and paid for on the open market. Greg Palast facetiously says we have “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.” Of course it is neither the best nor a democracy. It is Bush World 2006. It is the world of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling.

The Bush Credo - No Sacrifice Is Too Great For Others To

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

PS To Hillary
Getting Started

Here are a few ideas to help you get started. First clean up the electoral process. George Bush and the radical right have made a mockery of our system. Without fair and honest elections there is no democracy. This is not to say that in the past the Democrats have not done their part to subvert freedom. In fact their disenfranchisement of African American voters is one of the primary causes of our current predicament. The Democrats have always been slow learners, when they learn at all. It took them almost a century to see the error of their ways. But see it they did.

Now the Republicans have not only picked up the mantle, they have extended it to everyone who does not think (sic) like they do. And they are not satisfied with just preventing those who disagree with them from voting; they now try to change the vote of those who slip by and do vote. This is the state of America in 2006. You want to be remembered by history, then lead the fight to rebuild and restore democracy from its shattered remnants brought on by the Republican Revolution.

The first step in this new revolution is to return to all paper ballots in all elections. There is no argument that can be made against this. Cost and waste, what is the cost of freedom? How is it a waste to promote the fair and accurate count of each vote? Either your vote counts or it doesn’t. You either have a democracy or you don’t. Our current situation gives proof that just saying you do does not make it true.

The public’s right to quickly know, to know what; a number pulled from an electronic hat or who actually got the most votes? Polls should be open for several days; we should promote participation not hinder it. All exit polls should be strictly prohibited. The nation’s not knowing will cause chaos. Now that’s a good one. In 2000 we didn’t know for 5 weeks, and the chaos only began after 5 right wing Supreme Court justices went against their life long proclaimed belief in states rights and dictated George Bush to be the next President.

All attempts to prohibit a fair process should be dealt with for what they are. They are not just pranks or unintentional actions by over zealous campaign workers. They are deliberate attempts to subvert the will of the people. They are an attempt to place the perpetrators’ jackboot on the throat of freedom. All such actions should be prosecuted to the fullest and the penalties severe not just a few months in a local country club facility or a slap on the wrist. The politics of Donald Segretti, Karl Rove and Lee Atwater are the politics of death for democracy.

All federal campaigns must be publicly financed. Since 1976 with the Buckley v Valeo Supreme Court decision the one man one vote democratic concept was codified into the one dollar one vote malignancy of Corporate Domination. The costs will be minute compared to the savings made by putting an end to the corporate welfare sustained by subsidies and tax breaks. An election process no longer bought and paid for by the privileged few is a necessity for a democracy.

Hillary, these changes are the easy part and they must be changed before the real work to “form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, “ can be started.

Letter To Hillary

The Bush Credo - No Sacrifice Is Too Great For Others To

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

An Open Letter To Senator Clinton
Do The Right Thing

Now is the time for all good women to come to the aid of their country and party. Now is your time. I love you as a Senator despite all your warts. But I have to tell you even in my wildest imagination I cannot conjure up any set of circumstances that would persuade me to vote or work for you in a run for the Presidency, at least not in 2008. If you are nominated I will no doubt return to my old habit of voting for a third party candidate. Though I must admit Dubya is so bad that I did vote for Kerry in 2004.

Do not take that as a sign for a scintilla of support for the Democratic Party as it is now constituted, for it most definitely was not. With very few exceptions I find the Democratic leadership to be void of character, courage, and creative vision. I believe that opinion to be shared by most Americans. The current wave of anti-Bush and anti-Republican distrust and dissatisfaction is just that, anti-Bush and anti-Republican. Do not confuse it for a New York minute with an ounce of solid support for the Democratic Party. That distrust and dissatisfaction probably will, or least could, manifest itself in November. The nation now understands that Bush and his duplicitous cadre of radical right-wingers must be stopped.

If indeed that does happen, most pundits and Democratic spinmeisters will no doubt declare it to be the dawn of a new political day. Trust me on this, that will show how out of touch they are with the electorate. Unless the Democrats evolve and come to life, this November will be but a brief respite from the vast right-wing conspiracy you spoke of in 1998. The loyal(?) opposition, the Democratic Party is in terrible shape. I say again, anti-Bush does not equal pro-Democrat.

Here is something even your handlers can understand, numbers. Since World War II the Democratic nominee for President has received over 50% of the vote all of two (2) times in 15 elections. The first was in 1964 when LBJ was the recipient of the pent-up sadness for a slain President. This coupled with the perception of his opponent as being a mad bomber allowed him to get 61.8 % of the vote. The second and last was in 1976 when Jimmy Carter pulled 50.8%, only 50.8% in the next election after Richard Nixon, think about it. Not even Bill could hit the halfway point. After 1994 the Democrats could not even maintain majorities in Congress. You and your party are on extremely feeble life support.

You have no one to blame but yourselves. You have abandoned the Democratic tradition of representing Middle America, the common man, and the downtrodden. You (Democrats) have become the ugly sister of the Republicans and you have adopted their trait of whoring yourself to Corporate America and to power and privilege. That is why I won’t help you (Hillary) in 2008. I don’t trust you and given the choice of being stabbed in the back by foes or alleged friends. I choose foes. At least that lets me keep the illusion (delusion) of having friends.

Please take this as being personal for every thing I say is personal, therein lies the problem, with you it isn’t. As long as your ambition to be President goes uncontrolled you will continue to say what your handlers think a particular audience wants to hear. So you see there is no you, only an ever changing projection devoid of substance.

Having said that let me add something positive. I probably will support Democratic candidates for Congress in 2008. I would even support a Democratic Presidential candidate if it were someone like Dennis Kucinich, or perhaps a John Edwards,but not you, not in 2008. However if over time you truly exhibit qualities of leadership I would most welcome you as a candidate.

You may feel that for you it is 2008 or nothing. Age may be a contributing factor. If a Democrat other than you were elected in 2008 you would be 69 in 2016. So let me suggest an alternative. Run fast and hard for reelection this year, then help any and all Democrats in 2008. Fire all your handlers, yes including Bill. Stop being afraid and start leading. Then become THE Democratic spokeswoman. Push a true Democratic agenda as Senate Majority Leader in 2011. We all must make sacrifices and it will be Senator Reid’s in 2010. If he decides to run for reelection in 2010 he must step down as Democratic leader.

As much as you want to be President in 2009, you cannot win. In 2000 George Bush said we needed a ‘uniter’, he said it was him. He willfully lied. You want to be and may actually believe you are a ‘uniter’, but alas you are not. If you run for the nomination you will split your party and revitalize the radical right, but if you did not run you could have a big say in who is nominated. To be a ‘uniter’ you must actually unite. The choice is yours and it will take hard work and effort. But America cannot long survive much more Bush. Now is the time for all good women to come to the aid of their country and party. History awaits your decision.


The Bush Credo - No Sacrifice Is Too Great For Others To

Monday, May 22, 2006


Natalie Maines Was Wrong
The Man Makes The Clothes

Tomorrow the Dixie Chicks release a new CD, Taking The Long Way. It chronicles their three year fight against right-wing tyranny. On March 10, 2003 during a concert at Sheperds Bush Empire in London, Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks spoke these now famous words,
"Just so you know, we're ashamed the President of the United States is from Texas,"
It was just 10 days before George W. Bush began his deceitful and fabricated war on Iraq. Her and the group’s career took a full speed crash into a wall of censorship and banishment constructed by right wing extremists in their defense of liberty. Freedom of speech to them is a one way street.

She was obviously light years ahead of the curve on that sentiment. Unfortunately in the intervening three years Mr. Bush and the far right have accelerated their attack on the truth, justice, and liberty and in so doing have caused most Americans, even loyal Republicans, to come to the same conclusion. The Presidency of George W. Bush is now recognized as a total failure and catastrophe. America and the world cannot long survive his continuing assault on human rights and dignity all for the enrichment of a privileged few

But here is where Ms. Maines was wrong. A couple of days later she issued an apology to Mr. Bush. She said,
“As a concerned American citizen, I apologize to President Bush because my remark was disrespectful. I feel that whoever holds that office should be treated with the utmost respect."
In today’s world the man or woman and the office or position are one, there is no separation. In fact that is the way it always has been. Only a deliberate and concerted effort by those in power and those wanting power, from history’s beginning, created the illusion that there was and should be an unnatural division. To say the President of the United States deserves respect is no different than saying the President of Iraq, no matter who it is/was deserves respect. When Mr. Bush lies, cheats, and steals the President lies, cheats, and steals. Those are not qualities worthy of or deserving respect.

The Bush Credo - No Sacrifice Is Too Great For Others To

Saturday, May 20, 2006

Defending America Part 5
The Next Generations

Generations two and three of the radical right are worse than generation one. Not only are they intellectual cowards, they are moral and physical cowards as well. They are scared little men and women who not only were/are willing to let others put their lives on the line in defense of freedom, they insist upon it.

From 1945 to 1991 the far right continually shouted that communism and the Soviet Union were deadly threats to American democracy and freedoms. Today it is terrorists. They preach(ed) that sacrifice was/is needed from all. Here is a partial list of those who have worked in the current Administration that have refused to heed their own call. I list the highest government or political station they have thus far attained. Draft Dodger signifies the person used some kind of deferment between 1948-1973 to avoid military service. Did Not Enlist means the draft did not apply to this person because of age or sex.

Let me assure you that I do not say or imply that all people who used deferments or did not enlist in the military or either cowards or unpatriotic, but I am saying it about those listed below. They and those like them who scream about dangers to our nation then do nothing about it except insist someone else act, are cowards of the worst kind. Those who start and support unjust wars based on lies and Machiavellian manipulations while requiring someone else’s sacrifice and blood are not patriots they are traitors to freedom and democracy.

Executive Branch
George W. Bush - President – Draft Dodger & AWOL(deserter) from National Guard
Karl Rove – Senior Advisor to the President – Draft Dodger
Dick Cheney – Vice President – Draft Dodger 5 deferments
Condoleezza Rice – Secretary of State - Did Not Enlist
John Negroponte - Director of National Intelligence – Draft Dodger
Stephen J. Hadley – National Security Advisor – Draft Dodger
Paul Wolfowitz - Deputy Secretary of Defense – Draft Dodger
Elliot Abrams – NSC Special Assistant to the President – Draft Dodger
Gordon England - Deputy Secretary of Defense – Draft Dodger
Richard Perle - Assistant Secretary of Defense - Draft Dodger
Douglas Feith - Undersecretary of Defense – Draft Dodger
Peter Rodman - Assistant Secretary of Defense – Draft Dodger
Lewis "Scooter" Libby – VP Chief of Staff – Draft Dodger
Michael Chertoff - Secretary of Homeland Security – Draft Dodger
John Hannah - Assistant to VP for National Security Affairs – Did Not Enlist
Spencer Abraham – Secretary of Energy – Draft Dodger
John Bolton – US Ambassador to UN – Draft Dodger
John Ashcroft – Attorney General – Draft Dodger
Theodore ‘Ted’ Olson - Solicitor General – Draft Dodger
Andrew Card – White House Chief of Staff – Draft Dodger
Joshua B. Bolten - White House Chief of Staff – Did Not Enlist
Michael Brown – Director FEMA – Did Not Enlist

Trent Lott – Senate Majority Leader- Draft Dodger
William Frist – Senate Majority Leader – Draft Dodger
Mitch McConnell – Senate Majority Whip – Draft Dodger
Jon Kyl – GOP Policy Committee Chairman – Draft Dodger
Rick Santorum – GOP Conference Chairman – Did Not Enlist
Orrin Hatch – Judiciary Committee Chairman – Draft Dodger
George Allen – Foreign relations Committee – Draft Dodger
Saxby Chambliss – Select Intelligence Comm – Draft Dodger
Sam Brownback – Foreign Relations Comm – Did Not Enlist
Norm Coleman – Foreign Relations Committee – Draft Dodger
John Cornyn – Armed Services Committee – Draft Dodger
Mike DeWine – Select Intelligence Comm – Draft Dodger

Dennis Hastert – Speaker of the House – Draft Dodger
Tom DeLay – Majority Leader – Draft Dodger
John Boehner – Majority Leader – Draft Dodger
Roy Blunt – Majority Whip – Draft Dodger
Deborah Pryce – GOP Conference Chairman – Did Not Enlist
Christopher Cox – GOP Policy Chairman – Draft Dodger
Peter King – Homeland Security Chairman – Draft Dodger
Peter Hoekstra – Select Intelligence Chairman – Draft Dodger
James Sensenbrenner- Judiciary Chairman- Draft Dodger
Joe Barton – Energy Chairman – Draft Dodger

This is but a small list and does not include those officially not in government, people like Richard Scaife, William Kristol, Antonin Scalia, Newt Gingrich, Grover Norquist, Ralph Reed, Rush Limbaugh, Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, and Lee Atwater just to name a few. Every time these and others like them open their mouths and deceitfully declare to be the true defenders of liberty they dishonor all those who truly were and are. To quote Dalton Trumbo, “You can always hear the people who are willing to sacrifice somebody else's life. They're plenty loud and they talk all the time. You can find them in churches and schools and newspapers and legislatures and congress.”

The Bush Credo - No Sacrifice Is Too Great For Others To

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