A Government Out Of Control

A large majority of Americans don’t want to be in Iraq.

Yet the Democrats just gave Bush $162 billion of those Americas tax dollars to continue the occupation.

A large majority of Americas don’t want to have their Fourth Amendment rights stripped and the President and Telcos that stripped them immunized.

Yet the Democrats just gave the President and Telcos immunity while codifying the death of the Fourth Amendment.

A large majority of Americas would be shocked and appalled if the media truthfully reported the War Crimes committed in their name.

Yet the Democrats have take the only remedy for a criminal Presidency off the table and show no signs of bringing it back.

Rogue Corporations and Oil Companies are looting our economy and getting bailed out by American’s tax dollars or making record, obscene profits while receiving tax breaks…while Americas are throw out of their homes and struggle to survive in the face of inflation and $4 gas. This is government for the sake of the government. This is government for the sake of their corporate campaign donors. This government no longer represents the will of The People.

Our Government is out of control. Out of touch. Out of their minds.

And the leadership of both parties needs to be put out of a job.

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    • Edger on June 19, 2008 at 7:55 pm

    TELL them.

    Tell them this November how badly they fucked up.

    If it means losing the congressional majority then congress will be no different result wise than it is now vis a vis the occupation.

    Tell them this November how badly they fucked up.

    • Edger on June 19, 2008 at 7:58 pm

    don’t forget to convict them, too.

  2. I’ll keep saying it:

    On June 28-29 the antiwar movement is convening a meeting to plan mass mobilizations:

    Proposed Actions

    1) The National Assembly to End the War and Occupation of Iraq urges attendees at this conference to build support for and participate in demonstrations at the Republican and Democratic Party conventions previously called by many groups with the goal being to organize massive, independent and united contingents demanding “Bring the Troops Home Now!” Put the bi-partisan warmakers on notice that our movement will accept nothing less than the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Iraq and closing all military bases.

    2) The National Assembly welcomes initiatives taken by local and regional antiwar groups to organize antiwar demonstrations in the months ahead, leading up to the November 4 election, calling for the immediate withdrawal of all U.S. military forces from Iraq.  The Assembly will encourage participation in such actions.

    3) The National Assembly will propose a date to be set by the conference for organizing united local protests in cities across the nation to demand of whichever administration comes to power nothing less than the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all U.S. troops and bases from Iraq.

    4) That all of the above mobilizations be viewed as springboards for building massive, united, independent and bi-coastal Spring 2009 demonstrations against the war, organized, called and sponsored by the movement’s major forces as well as new forces that can be brought into the movement; that every effort be made to make these demonstrations international in scope; and that we aim at a new level of unity and commitment capable of closing the gap between the present antiwar forces engaged in our common movement and those who also oppose the war but have not yet understood the necessity of directly and actively dedicating themselves to the fight to end it.

    5) In the event of a U.S. government attack on Iran or another major international crisis triggered by U.S. military action, the Assembly will urge an emergency convening of all the major antiwar forces to plan the most massive, united, protest action possible.

    6) The National Assembly welcomes and will help publicize other forms of activity calling for an end to the war and occupation of Iraq, including work with veterans and active duty members of the service, teach-ins, forums, antiwar referenda, antiwar strikes, mass meetings, civil disobedience/non-violent direst action, petitioning, moratorium activity, lobbying, Iraqi trade unionists tours, solidarity work, counter-recruitment actions, electoral work, letter writing or any of the other multiple ways opponents of the war and occupation protest. We value all activities that involve people and broaden the movement in protesting the Iraq war and occupation, and, upon request, we will post notice of such activities on the Assembly’s website.

    • brobin on June 19, 2008 at 8:13 pm

    and he know’s that my vote is on the line concerning his vote.  

    Just ask them to do what is correct, for us, this once.

    • Edger on June 19, 2008 at 8:21 pm

    I assume that they want to hear what people have to say…

    Yell. Louder!

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  3. Why are so many people so totally clueless?  Why do they not care?  It is not only the fault of the MSM…it is their fault too, for being distracted by the shiny new things and for being completely witless and utterly EXACTLY like the Chimp-in-Charge.

    (despair)

    Somebody give me a razor blade…

    • RiaD on June 20, 2008 at 2:27 am

    Our Government is out of control. Out of touch. Out of their minds.

    And the leadership of both parties needs to be put out of a job.

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