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Don't cry for Scooter Libby -- cry for Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame, cry for those whose lives have been scarred by Libby and the rest of this cabal, aka George Bush and "his" administration! Cry for America and the damage we have and will suffer because of the lies Bush and Cheney told in order to wage war in Iraq. Cry for our soldiers in Iraq, cry for the innocent Iraqi people and their suffering. Cry for the fact that there are men sitting in the White House who are unscrupulous crooks who will do anything to further their desires to dominate the world. 

"I am very disappointed with the verdict."
(I'm glad Ted Wells isn't billing me.)
"I am saddened for Scooter and his family."
(Christ, my damn leg is killing me.)


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The Center for Constitutional Rights

March 6, 2007, New York - Today the Center for Constitutional Rights issued a statement in response to the news that CCR's client, Majid Khan, one of the 14 so-called high value detainees at Guantánamo who were kept in secret CIA prisons and tortured before being transferred to Guantánamo in September 2006, would be brought before the Combatant Status Review Tribunal despite having been denied access to counsel:



People are waiting because there are not enough employees to do the job. I wonder how many cuts have been to our post offices? We know the GOP has long been against this postal service. Another government agency that they would like to do away with. I know from my own experience that some dumbass is up there changing all kinds of policies. Such as, they don't accept checks anymore without a printed address, which is what I ran into when paying for my Post Office box rental. How stupid. I've had my checks printed that way for over 20 years and no one has ever refused one. Another new rule by some idiot who probably belongs to the Bush GOP.



Speaking of the Dark Ages, which just happened to be on the History Channel, people don't realize how easily empires can fall with the wrong leadership. Doom and gloom. And whether or not people want to admit it, under the Bush GOP, our democracy has been treated as if it were their empire.

Tuesday, 06 March 2007 04:22

BuzzFlash Mailbag for March 6, 2007


Subject: Praise the Prosecutor

... and pass the sentence. Yes, Yes, Yes. Libby is found guilty on 4 of 5 charges. Bravo! It's about damn time we see some fairness and justice in the American system of jurisprudence.

Tuesday, 06 March 2007 04:06

Howard Dean on the Scooter Libby Verdict


DNC Press

Washington, DC – With the multiple guilty verdicts in the case of Scooter Libby and the outing of a covert CIA agent, Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean issued the following statement:

Scooter will lose his freedom and his rather large salary;
He shoulda thought about that before he slimed Valerie.


Tuesday, 06 March 2007 02:38

Cindy Sheehan: Vermont, Land of Hope

by Cindy Sheehan

My recent trip to Turkey opened my eyes further to anti-American hatred. As more and more people in the occupied countries of Afghanistan and Iraq are being killed by American troops or by violence that didn't exist before America existed in their countries, the intensity of the hostility is escalating along with the escalating violence. At a "peace" conference I attended in Istanbul, I was appalled when attendee after attendee rose up from the audience to commend my fellow panelist, an Iraqi scientist, on the insurgency in Iraq that was giving the world "hope" by staving off the self entitled "mightiest military in history." I was as appalled because a violent insurgency was applauded as I am appalled that a violent regime in DC is still in power to continue devastating the world that encourages people to place their hope in the Iraqi resistance.

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