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  • moses_on_wall_street moses_on_wall_street Jan 4, 2008 11:37 PM Flag

    Video Rebuts Huck-A-Dud's Iraq Theory

    From a young man that was there.

    Remember, the Huckster has had no military service other than sinking submarines in the bathtub.

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    • “Hell is a thought region,” Thomas Dowding communicated on March 17, 1917. “Evil dwells there and works out its purposes. The forces used to hold mankind down in the darkness of ignorance are generated in hell! It is not a place; it is a condition. The human race has created the condition.”


    • retiredchiefpettyofficer2000 retiredchiefpettyofficer2000 Jan 6, 2008 7:55 PM Flag

      To hell with any danger to us and hardship
      for our truckers(!), compliments of "above the law".
      More drugs n` thugs as well, I suspect..

      Jim Kirwan

      "WASHINGTON - The Bush administration is going ahead with a controversial pilot program giving Mexican trucks greater access to U.S. highways despite a new law by Congress against it.

      The decision to proceed with the four-month-old program, which allows participating Mexican trucking companies to send loads throughout the United States, comes, despite language in the recently signed catchall spending bill aimed at blocking it.

      The hotly contested program, opposed by labor, independent truck owners and environmental groups, permits up to 500 trucks from 100 Mexican motor carriers, full access to U.S. roads.

      Opponents have been fighting the measure - part of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement - since it was first proposed, saying the program will erode highway safety and eliminate U.S. jobs. And they say that there are insufficient safeguards exist to make sure that Mexican trucks are as safe as U.S. carriers.

      "When you open up U.S. highways to long-haul Mexican trucks without equivalent safety standards, it poses risks for American drivers," Dorgan said." (1)

      The national heads of all American Trade Unions; the Independent Truck Owners and the leaders of those environmental groups that oppose this criminal act ­ ought to call for a Nationwide STRIKE to immediately shut down this nation's trucking industry until the Decider and his Secretary of Transportation back off. Charges of reckless vehicular manslaughter, possibly murder, need to be drawn up, with the victims to be named as soon as people are killed by this administration's willful and senseless violations of the current laws.

      Coast to coast and border to border ­ Americans need to support a strike, if we are to retain any control whatsoever over the roads and highways of this country. The public has stood by while all kinds of liberties and rights have been stripped from them. But the roads and highways ought not to have dangerously deficient, fully loaded Mexican trucks, cruising throughout this country just waiting for the accidents that will begin to needlessly take the lives of other drivers.

      For the White House and the Secretary of Transportation to so callously implement this policy amounts to the premeditated murder of innocent people ~ and the only thing which can force these Privateers to cease and desist from this policy would be a coast to coast General STRIKE. This would cost even their friends hundreds of billions of dollars that no one can afford to lose today- especially not the truckers-whether they are unionized or independents.

    • Sunday, January 6, 2008

      The Top Eleven Myths About Iraq, 2007

      Georgie Anne Geyer

      WASHINGTON -- Looking back over the political campaign last year, and trying to figure out what were the wisest words spoken, I have no problem determining that they came from Republican Libertarian candidate Ron Paul.

      A lot of Americans think the Texas congressman is off-the-wall, as he takes unusual positions on almost any topic (although the money is pouring in for him on the Internet). But I think his wisdom is something we might attend to at our own gain.

      Several months ago, he was asked at one of the debates why he, having been one of the few early and angry opponents of the invasion of Iraq, was such an "isolationist." The feisty Paul, who never minces words, answered with unusual clarity, even for him.

      "I am not an isolationist," he responded. "I am a non-interventionist." He went on to say that he believed passionately in all kinds of exchanges, conferences and meetings with the rest of the world; he believed in employing the "soft power" of education and the rich exchange of ideas that the United States so excels at, but he did not believe in America's intervening in other people's affairs.


      In fact, if we look even cursorily at the most recent tragedy to strike in large part because of our military and political meddling in a part of the world where we have no natural geographical or cultural attachments -- the assassination of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto -- we can see one result of our unseasoned interventions.

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      Years ago, we refused to support the beautiful "democrat" at all -- and in fact were totally against her. Over the years, we went up and down with support for the military in Pakistan, gave arms to the Afghan "mujahadeen" slipping across the border into Pakistan in their war against the Soviets in the 1980s, and then left them to fall into the Taliban's ugly embrace instead of doing something to assure a reasonable and moderate future for Afghanistan when it would have been possible. (You must remember that Pakistan and Afghanistan are part of the same story.)

      Indeed, until the very last moment -- this fall, to be exact -- we were still trying to stage-manage one of the most violent and complex countries in the world, a country halfway across the globe and a nuclear power divided up between a violence-prone military, tribal areas now turning toward the most rabid forms of Islamic fundamentalism, and a talented middle class that has never been able to establish and hold onto presidential and political power.

    • Saturday, January 5, 2008
      Huckabee: 'National security isn’t going to mean much if we have a generation of kids so physically incapacitated [by obesity] they can’t go to war'

      Seig Heil!

      Huckabee: When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in a flag and carrying a cross






      .By controlling their ability to acquire big money, by controlling their tax exempt status, America has gained control over what America's churches preach.
      When they apply for their tax-exempt privilege, all churches in America agree in writing to abide by the "rules and regulations" set forth in the mountain of federal statutes that churches voluntarily submit themselves to.
      When "churches" apply for the 501c3 tax exempt license, they are voluntarily placing themselves "…under a contractual encumbrance with the government.
      Its new and diminished status at law is a 'tax exempt charitable religious organization,' or as it is commonly referred to by the IRS and others, a 'church organization' or a 'religious organization'.
      The government no longer recognizes its legal status as a 'church', separate, autonomous and protected from the government by the Constitution, but instead, as a 'creature' and a 'creation' of that government." See: "Sanctuary of Silence", Peter Kershaw, pg 13)

      Regarding financial accountability to the government, churches are immune from taxation. The American constitution clearly states that the government shall make no laws that - affects - religion. They have no authority to require churches to submit to them because churches are supposed to be immune.
      Conversely, the term exemption indicates that the government has the authority to regulate and control churches, but the "beast" government is willing to grant exemptions if the "churches" will comply with the conditions the government imposes for those churches in order to receive the benefit of that exemption.
      When they apply to the government for permission to gain this exemption, they have forfeited the immunity they already enjoyed. All of which has brought about the apostate church.
      It's sort of like throwing away your birthright for a bowl of soup. . .

      Read the rest here:

    • Thanks for the video...this one needs to get around.

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