Subject: President Bush Supports the Troops by Supporting Torture
Well the President and his Republican controlled rubber stamp Senate have done it again. The Senate has come to agreement to continue letting the President use torture as a means of interrogating suspects. If and when the new interpretation of the Geneva Conventions is put into law, this will put our troops and civilian intelligence personnel in even more danger. Does the President actually think that when our men and women in uniform are captured that they will not be treated in the same manner that we have treated the prisoners in Abu Ghraib and or Guantanamo? And by changing the way America interprets the Geneva Conventions just gives our enemies in the war on terror the green light to torture our soldiers and civilian intel personnel.
Subject: Show Me the N-I-E
Ooh la, la. GOP tough on National Security? Well how come they don't have the courage to tell the truth about Iraq. There's another NIE circulating around on Iraq:
Subject: Who Cares About bin Laden?
"I don't know where bin Laden is.
I have no idea and really don't care.
It's not that important. It's not our priority." I am truly not that concerned about him." - G.W. Bush, 3/13/02 (The New American, 4/8/02)
Subject: What's this ruckus about Habeas Corpus?
For more than 400 years, the Writ of Habeas Corpus has been one of the most sacred legal protections we in the English-speaking world have had; it is a centerpiece of our liberty.
Subject: 2008 Election
How responsible for the sickness faced by NYPD and NYFD people is Rudolph Giuliani? Start writing about this, aside from his own distorted personal life.
Subject: Bush's Abilities
My grandmother had an expression that pretty much describes George W Bush’s ability to run the country:
“He couldn’t pour piss out of a boot if it had a hole in the toe and the instructions written on the heel.”
Subject: GOP Senator "Defending" the Geneva Conventions
Lindsey Graham is much in the news these days as a defender of the Geneva Conventions:
After the Supreme Court struck down the administration’s earlier plan for military tribunals in June, [Senators Graham, McCain, and Warner] joined with top military lawyers to form the chief bulwark against what they said were efforts to undermine military law and the 60-year-old protections of the Geneva Conventions.
Subject: Beyond Daddy's Help
All of Dad’s horsemen
And all of Dad’s men
Couldn’t put Dub-yah together again.
The President has finally hit a place in the road where he can no longer count on history to repeat itself. Throughout his career to date, when the situation got this bad, he could count on Daddy’s name, Daddy’s business connections, or Daddy’s political associates to bail him out, buy him out, or set him up with a nice new situation.
Subject: Diebold machines are H.I.V-positive
This is extremely important:
[Princeton's] scientific study has revealed, for the first time, that a computer virus can be easily implanted on an electronic voting machine which could, in turn, result in votes flipped for opposing candidates. The virus, as well, could be written to then spread itself from one machine to the next resulting in a stolen election. The malfeasance would likely never be discovered, the scientists have said.
Subject: Osama bin Laden captured !!! Single handedly !!! By Bush !!!
(Isn't anyone the least bit suspicious about the events of the past 10 days???)
"According to a witness, bin Laden traveled in a double-cabin truck with a few armed guards - not in a convoy. Apparently, this is how he now prefers to move around." (Asian Times Online).