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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.


Obviously George has learned a thing or two from Poppy! "George W. Bush learned at least one lesson from his father: You want your federal prosecutors to be team players who will throw a political elbow or two when the White House needs some help ... George Bush is moving to ensure that he won't be sabotaged by ... independent-minded prosecutors ... the White House approved the firing of seven U.S. attorneys at the end of 2006 after the Justice Department identified them as insufficiently supportive of the President's policies." Key words here being "insufficiently supportive of the president's policies"! Would that include illegal policies?

by Stephen Crockett

Republicans opposing the passage of the Employee Free Choice Act are lying up a storm to swing public opinion against the proposed law. Their primary attack claim is that the bill denies workers a free, fair election by secret ballot. Unfortunately, there is nothing free or fair about the current system of voting on unionization. The law is tilted heavily in favor of company power and against the workers.

At this point in his sorry presidency
When his prospects are so bleak
He’d rather be yelled at by protesters
In a language he doesn’t speak.

Tuesday, 06 March 2007 01:23

Michael Winship: The Voyage of the Snark

by Michael Winship

"If you can't say anything nice about someone, come sit next to me." So read an embroidered pillow on a sofa in the salon of one of Washington's great dames, the late Alice Roosevelt Longworth.

by Carol Davidek-Waller

Saying the word impeachment in some circles is like farting aloud. It has a stunning effect. We need to re-educate ourselves and our loved ones. We especially need to educate our political leaders and elected representatives, who are failing to do the job they were elected to do.


Edited by Gloria Lalumia 

The World Energy Watch presents recent news and analysis highlighting the activities of the players involved in the power struggle for the world's remaining energy resources  

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