Tuesday, June 28, 2005

It's time to beat the drums of war against George W. Bush

Blog is my co-pilot. Bush's Watergate has begun. Thanks to bloggers, the first major hurdle has been leapt. This hurdle was the mainstream media's wall of silence on the Downing Street Memo. Papers like the Washington Post hoped to stop the story dead in its tracks by barely reporting it. After all, the Post supported the invasion of Iraq and called the intelligence on Saddam's Weapons programs "Irrefutable". Then came this bombshell from the memos which the bloggers wouldn't let go:

The intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy.

There it was plain as day: -irrefutable- evidence that the Iraq policy was based on deception. And during the run up to war, rather than challenging the War Machine's claims, the Post jumped on the Neocon bandwagon. But alas, they have jumped off to a degree. They are finally running front page stories on the memos, just in time for Bush's speech tonight defending the War in Iraq. The Downing Street Memo is the clear path to the eventual impeachment of George W. Bush. --Just like the Neocons beat the drums of war against Iraq, so now should we be beating the drums of war against a president who clearly deceived the American public into an illegal, unwinnable occupation of a sovereign nation. The Founding Fathers were apt enough to foresee that such a treasonous violation of public trust might occur in the future. That is why they established the impeachment process. Will the Mainstream Media support this? Probably not. But it's time to listen to the Founding Fathers and tell the mainstream media to go fuck itself.


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