Re: The Militarization Of America & The Posse Comitatus Act
That's 87% Respondents Want Him On Trial - :-o :-o :-o
That's 87% Respondents Want Him On Trial
Yes, between the secret spying, the deceptions leading to war and more, there is plenty to justify putting him on trial.
Unless of course, he is the declared American Dictator, & we cant, because there is no power on our side to make the law of the Constitution Of The US & The Bill Of Rights stand to our defense. In that case all you can do is say, "Goodbye Land" & "Hello my fellow slaves"...
Bush's Dangerous Game - w/ Allegiance To No One
"Bush abused the NSA for personal political purposes."
"This is serious evidence that the American people now reject Bush and stand aware that the man represents the same dynamic to America as Hitler to Germany."
"If this interpretation is incorrect it can only be incorrect on the basis that that the Congress is not willing to sweep a Constitutional crisis under the rug, or that the Bush administration is impeached altogether which requires not only the country to face the NSA abuse but the truths of 9-11."
Bush Plans National Despotism Party
"President Bush, seeking to become President for Life, has given the green light to key recommendations of a secret 30-page planning document entitled "Justifications for One-Party Rule in America.
Two sources verify that terrorist threats or attacks against key cities such as Houston and Bakersfield will be used to trigger formation of a national unity party, the National Despotism Party, which would then be asked by the President to suspend the Constitution and declare "necessary and essential measures"(Martial Law ???) to fight the war on terror on American soil."
Judge Resigns Over Secret Surveillance - May Have Tainted The Court
"A federal judge has resigned from a special court set up to oversee government surveillance, apparently in protest of President Bush's secret authorization of a domestic spying program on people with suspected terrorist ties.
U.S. District Judge James Robertson would not comment Wednesday on his resignation, but The Washington Post reported that it stemmed from deep concern that the surveillance program Bush authorized was legally questionable and may have tainted the work of the court."
Daschle - Congress Didn't Ok Spying Authority
"The use of warrantless wiretaps on American citizens was never discussed when Congress authorized the White House to use force against al-Qaida after the Sept. 11 attacks, says former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle.
In an article printed Friday on the op-ed page of The Washington Post, Daschle also wrote that Congress explicitly denied a White House request for war-making authority in the United States."
Thank God for "Freedom Of Speech"...
Freedom is to understand, & to be unbounded by that Freedom -
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