Thursday, November 29, 2007

Our Government Is Above The Law!

Jonathan Turley; “Well, it can mean a lot and that’s one of the reasons there’s a lot of people, both Democrats and Republicans, who don’t want to see it happen. They don’t want a court to say that the president did something that is a federal crime. That’s why they’re trying to get all these cases thrown out of court because it is rather clear that what the president ordered was a federal crime, clearly defined in federal law. But that causes a problem because many of the Democratic leaders and Republican leaders have promised each other that they would not start impeachment proceedings, but when a federal judge says the president committed a crime, it’s pretty darn hard to ignore that.”

The administration contends the warrantless surveillance of calls and e-mails is legal and necessary, but has not confirmed domestic calls and electronic communications are being monitored.

FISA requires the government to obtain court approval before conducting electronic surveillance on U.S. soil, even if the target is a foreign citizen in a foreign countr

President Bush and his administration has been using the “state secrets” defense in order to have federal law suits challenging their illegal eavesdropping programs thrown out of court.

Is this the reason Pelosi took impeachment off the table, did she and other Democrats make a deal with Republicans, not to impeach the President and if so why?

Have they kept the American people in the dark about the fact that it's OK for anyone in the government to commit a crime, but we, the American people have to pay for any such crime committed. Is our government above the law?

What say you?

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Declaration Of Principles

This Declaration is the first step in a three-step process that will normalize U.S.-Iraqi relations in a way which is consistent with Iraq's sovereignty and will help Iraq regain its rightful status in the international community – something both we and the Iraqis seek. The second step is the renewal of the Multinational Force-Iraq's Chapter VII United Nations mandate for a final year, followed by the third step, the negotiation of the detailed arrangements that will codify our bilateral relationship after the Chapter VII mandate expires.

The U.S. and Iraq will negotiate another year-long United Nations mandate for foreign troops in Iraq, which will expire (I think) in late December 2008. According to today's declaration, following the forthcoming renewal at the U.N., "we will begin negotiation of a framework that will govern the future of our bilateral relationship." That means that during Bush's last year in office, the administration will work out the terms of the U.S.'s stay in Iraq in order to, at the very least, seriously constrain the next administration's options for ending the U.S. presence. Even if Bush doesn't take the audacious step of signing a so-called Status of Forces Agreement -- the basic document for garrisoning U.S. forces on foreign soil -- while he's a lame duck, the simple fact of negotiations will create a diplomatic expectation that his successor will find difficult to reverse.

Does this declaration bind the next President to keep our troops in Iraq, what say you?

Sunday, November 25, 2007


Miss Sherry Williams defends Halliburton's business dealings in Iran which began in 1978 long before sanctions against the country were enacted.

The construction and services company KBR, formally known as Kellogg, Brown and Root and a subsidiary of oil-services giant Halliburton until April, topped the list with more than 16 billion dollars in US contracts from 2004 to 2006.

Halliburton was led from 1995 to 2000 by Vice President Dick Cheney, one of the most hawkish voices in the administration of President George W. Bush in the run-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Miss Williams was asked questions by Senator Byron Doron, who lets everyone know that Cheney still receives money from said company. I recall Pelosi being jumped all over for making a trip to Syria, a country our President deems a terrorist country.

How and why does our President and the Republican party not jump all over Vice President Cheney for receiving money from a company that was still dealing with Iran, another country our President has deemed a terrorist country?

Ms. Sherry Williams, Vice President and Corporate Secretary of Halliburton Company, says that Halliburton has followed U.S. law, will continue to follow it, and believes that it is the job of Congress to set foreign policy. She fails to mention that during the periods of said business with Iran, our Congress was run by a majority of Republicans. It gets worse!

Senator Sherrod Brown proceed to ask Ms. Williams questions and wonder why Halliburton could not follow the President and the Conservative loud lead of everyone having Patriotism and showing it.

One question America, why hasn't anyone question the patriotism of Vice President Cheney for continuing to accept money from such a company and where's the Patriotism of the President for allowing Halliburton to continue with their contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan?

To find the reasons to said questions, take a look at my other site
Let's Talk About It.

Friday, November 23, 2007

New Spin, Wait For President Memoir To Hear The Truth!

Gloria Borger, John King and Jack Cafferty discuss the book by Scotty McClellan in which he said, "I had unknowingly passed along false information. And five of the highest ranking officials in the administration were involved in my doing so: Rove, Libby, the vice President, the President’s chief of staff, and the president himself."

Gloria Borger said that nobody wants to see the President accused of lying over a leak that was really just a technicality anyway that we ought to just wait until Bush writes his memoir to find out the truth (I'm so not kidding. I wish I were) about whatever happened because really nobody cares anymore.

Jack Cafferty brought her back to earth and told her just what was needed by this President: He should tell the American people the truth!

Cafferty said the buck stops at the top with the President and we should not have to wait for his memoir to hear the truth.

What say you?

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Scotty McClellan And Shocking Information

Scotty McClellan new book which is due out in April of 2008, has shocking information that "WE" the American people have been lied to and someone must get to the bottom of these lies. Below is some of what will be found in McClellan's book called What Happened, published by Publisc Affairs.

The most powerful leader in the world had called upon me to speak on his behalf and help restore credibility he lost amid the failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So I stood at the White house briefing room podium in front of the glare of the klieg lights for the better part of two weeks and publicly exonerated two of the senior-most aides in the White House: Karl Rove and Scooter Libby.

There was one problem. It was not true.

I had unknowingly passed along false information. And five of the highest ranking officials in the administration were involved in my doing so: Rove, Libby, the vice President, the President’s chief of staff, and the president himself.

Scott McClellan served as White House press secretary from 2003 to 2006. before that he served as the principal deputy White House press secretary and as traveling press secretary for the bush-Cheney 2000 campaign.

In an appearance on CNN’s “Larry King Live” in March, the day Libby was found guilty, McClellan said Bush did not originally know about the involvement by his aides.

McClellan told King: “I spoke with those individuals, … and those individuals assured me they were not involved in this. … said what I believed to be true at the time. It was also what the president believed to be true at the time based on assurances that we were both given. Knowing what I know today, I would have never said that back then.”

They lied to us to cover up the fact that America went to war on false pretense and outed a CIA operative, which is treason. Should Congress now have the nerve to place impeachment back on the table?

What say you?

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Hillary Clinton Dislike

Give three reasons why you dislike Hillary and link those reasons if possible.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

On A Break

I am on a break for a few days, I will be back shortly. For those of you that like Janet Jackson, this video that I uploaded recently might be enjoyable. If not, you might enjoy one at my other two sites. Be safe!

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Rush Limbaugh At It Again

Rush Limbaugh must really get his kicks from trying to hurt our kids, especially if they are talking against anything that he believes in.

Keith Olbermann talked about the shameful ways Limbaugh has disrespected our younger generation kids. Is he still on drugs?

Olbermann shows video of Rush attacking a 18-year-old Inuit from Alaska who was sobbing through her congressional testimony, while describing Global Warming's disastrous effects on her community.

Had this been a Democrat doing such a thing our Republicans would have had a field day destroying him for such action. How is it that this man continue to say what he pleases to and about our kids and gets away with it?

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Ann Coulter At It Again

Colmes ask Coulter to apologize for her statment about Judaism. Ann Coulter said that she wears criticism from Jewish groups over the remark as a badge of honor.

Ann comment was, the Anti-Defamation League condemns Dennis Prager. I wear it as a badge of honor. It's like citing the National Organization of Women to tell me how all women feel. The point is: This is the same old fight we see all the time with the irreligious trying to stir up trouble with the religious.

What is this woman talking about and is it just that she's still trying to sell her new book?

The reminder of her statment was as follow; "Yes, godless liberals are upset that other people believe in God. This is the exact same thing we saw with George Bush speaking at Bob Jones University. And suddenly, The New York Times was offended on behalf of Catholics, because of some untoward remarks the original Bob Jones had made about the Catholic Church, not as bad as what the New York Times had said about the Catholic Church, I might add, and religious people just don't fall for it. We know the real enemy are secularists."

What a country Bush has made for us, when these types of people crawl out from under their rock and spew more hate and fear for us all.