Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Pick Your Nightmare—How Will Bush Distract Us Now

  • Impeachable Offense! We keep hearing it and finally the words are being said publicly on Capitol Hill. And not just by Democrats.

    This time he has hit the Senate and Congress below the belt. He contemptuously ignored the outlets they gave him (FISA courts). His actions spoke loudly that he no longer considered the Legislative Branch an independent entity. Maybe that will wake even the Republicans up the precarious state of our Republic.

    Will impeachment actually happen? Bush and gang have made our previous ‘Teflon’ President (Reagan) look like a man in quicksand in comparison. The lies and diversions and manipulations practiced by this administration have been breathtaking in scope.

    I am afraid right now. I am not alone. I am seeing it pop up in blog comments everywhere. Bush and Co. have realized the milking of 9/11 is over. They have to come up with a new ogre, a new thing to spread fear and terror throughout the land.
    I hope so very much that I am wrong. But maybe if it’s out there and being talked about it might cause them to step back.

    The administration rats are cornered. What will they do to distract the American public from their high crimes and misdemeanors?

    “Allow” a huge terrorist attack to occur on American soil, something that will dwarf 9/11.

  • Catch Osama Bin Laden

  • Claim to have uncovered a huge terrorist attack plan in the U.S., with lots of conspirators all over the country---proving it with documents that are better forgeries.

  • Stop pretending they believe in democracy or our republic and declare martial law, suspend habeas corpus, and publicly wear their dictatorship.

  • Set up Iran or North Korea to do a limited nuclear attack on U.S. citizens or holdings somewhere in the world. Or make it look like they did.

  • Create a phony attempted assassination on Bush or Cheney so
    they can get sympathy and declare martial law.

  • It doesn’t matter; they will just keep getting away with whatever they do.

  • Something I haven’t thought of—add it in comments.

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