Monday, January 16, 2006

The man we elected president in 2000 calls the man who stole the last two elections what he is: A criminal

Why christians should care:

Do I even have to say it?

Is our Congress today in more danger than were their predecessors when the British army was marching on the Capitol? Is the world more dangerous than when we faced an ideological enemy with tens of thousands of missiles poised to be launched against us and annihilate our country at a moment's notice? Is America in more danger now than when we faced worldwide fascism on the march-when our fathers fought and won two World Wars simultaneously?

It is simply an insult to those who came before us and sacrificed so much on our behalf to imply that we have more to be fearful of than they. Yet they faithfully protected our freedoms and now it is up to us to do the same.

We have a duty as Americans to defend our citizens' right not only to life but also to liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It is therefore vital in our current circumstances that immediate steps be taken to safeguard our Constitution against the present danger posed by the intrusive overreaching on the part of the Executive Branch and the President's apparent belief that he need not live under the rule of law.

I endorse the words of Bob Barr, when he said, "The President has dared the American people to do something about it. For the sake of the Constitution, I hope they will."

(Click headline for full transcript.)

Video highlights from the speech not covered by the worthlesscorporatemedia.

White House response: Lies and smear tactics

Including from Attorney General Gonzales.

Just because 59% of American are so stupid they accept Bush's illegal spying on law-abiding citizens, that doesn't mean it's okay.

A lot of people smoke crack. Does that make that okay?


At 3:13 PM, Blogger Tennessee Jed said...

This must be how decent Germans felt during the 1930s as they watched a cancer devour their country.

Yep it deserves repeating now.


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