Wednesday, October 26, 2005

AlterNet: Preparing for a Bumpy Ride

The alternet is very confident today that we are about to start a second version of Watergate.
This time the agenda is nothing as simple as spying on the opposition and a bit of burglary and perjury, this is a conspiracy to take America to war on a phoney prospectus.
Alternet is turning Fitzgerald into a hero before he has showed us his metal.

Let us hope they are right.

No acknowlegement of my open letter to Mr Cameron yet.

We need a hero for England too.

AlterNet: Preparing for a Bumpy Ride: "WMD? Who knew what, and when did they know it? Joe Wilson was one of the few who knew -- and talked -- which is why he had to be destroyed. Destroying enemies was a specialty of Richard Nixon, and Dick Cheney was one of his more attentive students. (Cheney's political career began in 1969 when he joined the Nixon Administration, serving in a number of positions at the Cost of Living Council, at the Office of Economic Opportunity, and within the White House.)

When Cheney became second-in-command of the G.W. Bush's gang, he dusted off his Nixon play book and went about the work of destroying anyone who threatened them. He and Bush Capo Karl Rove didn't even care which party their victims belonged to. If they threatened the gang, they dropped the hammer on them. They didn't even blink when they destroyed two American war heroes when they got in the way, Republican John McCain and Democrat Max Clelland -- a Vietnam war triple amputee.

So by the time Ambassador Joe Wilson began spilling the WMD beans, the Bush/Cheney gang figured they could destroy Jesus Christ himself if He crossed them. Then they got careless, as all crooks eventually do.

So, buckle up folks. It's gonna be a bumpy ride.

Stephen Pizzo is the author of numerous books, including 'Inside Job: The Looting of America's Savings and Loans,' which was nominated for a Pulitzer."

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