Republican nominees show there's no need to cater to minorities or average Americans as Bush's abusive power is not in danger!
Tuesday I did a story in regards to Hillary Clinton's possible nomination. In it I included information on a story from a very concerned up to snuff citizen and a list of the top 25 censored stories of 2008. I pointed out stories #1 which abolishes Habeus Corpus for any person and not just suspected terrorists, and #2 which moves Bush towards martial law. In effect it repeals the Posse Comitatus Act, which placed strict prohibitions on military involvement in domestic law enforcement. Just think about those 2 implications alone! Below are the 2 links I sincerely hope you look at. I am republishing them because I noticed last time that there were many comments joking about these very real concerns for all of us, without once checking the well researched facts and laws passed by Bush. I had to assume that anybody but a Bush pundit would be greatly concerned about the loss of basic rghts and protections so the commenters must have been trolls.
First anon paranoid from America Weeps wrote a great piece on the very abused awesome powers the President now has as a direct consequence of 9/11 and The Patriot act, all by the design of Bush's deceptive underhanded Politics. This deserves your attention
As you read what he has put together you must already realize Bush can not allow this excessive power in the hands of Democrats and if you need further proof please look at this frightening list of the top 25 censored of 2008. They are very frightening and sobering. Pay particular attention to #1 and #2 Bush will not relinquish this and can not!
With what I would consider as inexcusable behavior by the top Republican Presidential nominees my concerns are validated. First A Republican debate on Univision, the Spanish-language television network, was canceled this month because Mr. McCain was the only leading candidate to agree to attend. (The top Democratic candidates, by contrast, did debate on the network.)
The decision to skip the forum last nght was criticized in an editorial in The Washington Times, a conservative-leaning newspaper, that said, "It is striking that the Republican front-runners believe that some run-of-the mill fund-raiser is more important than building up their relationships with black and Hispanic voters, groups who flock to the Democratic Party in droves." You would think that would be a concern unless there is no concern for the loss of corruptive Republican power!
The four no-shows -- former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Sen. Fred Thompson, Arizona Sen. John McCain and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney -- cited scheduling conflicts in saying they could not attend the debate at historically black Morgan State University. They had months prior notice, if they cared they would have made the adjustments. They routinely do it all the time. There is no excuse beyond lack of concern. They have no concern for average Americans or for the loss of the corruptive massive power Bush has gained. will there even be elections?
GOP candidates skip debate
Like Anon I fully expect elections to be cancelled in 2008 and martial law declared, and so will you if you read the last 2 links. It is in Bush's awesome abused power to declare martial law if he sees a danger to his Government and we are the danger. At the very least I expect Bush to attack Iran before Congress can stop him and will call for a Constitutional Amendment calling for Bush to stay in office indefinitely too stay at the helm of his wars.
Anyway you look at it,
Anyway you look at it 2008 is going to be hell and I am not just talking the election. Bush will guarantee it one way or the other. In closing I just want to say I really hope you looked at the 2nd and 3rd links! Republicans can not let their awesome corruptive powers in Democratic hands.