Thursday, January 8, 2009

Obama: this is change we can believe in? Who is kidding who?

Uh oh ...

Neoconservatism in the Obama Age

Our worst fear is that Obama will replace Bush's face and nothing else will change. Despite running on a platform with the word change all over it, how is it possible that the most egregious crimes committed by this gang are to be left unnoticed, unmentioned, unsolved, unpunished - and left in positions of power and authority to do still more damage?

We must put not only Bush, but Cheney and the whole roster of the neocon leadership on trial for the war crimes they've committed. We must make it crystal clear to their ilk they aren't welcome in Washington any longer. If we don't or can't do this, we'll get more of the same, more sliding down this very slippery slope we're on.

They've seized and ruined American foreign policy, and committed terrible injustices for which we-the-people are now indebted. We are already in serious peril, but if let these people sneakily preserve their power apparatus, we're fools beyond words.

Another good article you wouldn't find on the TV:
Holocaust Denied - The lying silence of those who know

Don't miss this one: Many Americans do love their police state This whole police state thing is a subject that deserves major attention, but it's dwarfed by the neocon problem (who are also a accelerator to this problem, which also has a life of it's own)

Can you say "Murderous treachery"? Death toll in Gaza passes 700, including 220 children. There are almost a million Americans in jail for pot possession. Compare their crime to this wholesale murder of kids, and tell me what you think.


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