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  1. #1
    www.BushLies2.Us
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    George W Bush and his administration has been caught red-handed lying about and falsifying
    intelligence on Iraq. They have been uncooperative, at best, in the investigation of
    September 11. They have ties to some of the world's most corrupt people, including bin Laden
    and the Taliban. There are several points that can be made that shows the 2000 election
    may have been, in fact, stolen.
    Do not believe everything the overwhelmingly conservative media, owned by a
    few large multimedia conglomerates run by wealthy republican operatives, spews at you.
    Investigate for yourself. It is your duty to check your government and make it accountable
    for mistakes and lies. Our very demovracy is at stake. Civil liberties, including right to
    privacy, seperation of church and state, freedom of speech, are targets of this
    administration. Corporations are getting more and more say in government and The People are
    getting less.
    Please visit my site. It is a collection of articles, websites, audio and video showing the
    many ways this administration may have abused its power during it's reign. While we all
    hope none are true, if even one is, and some are by their own admission, our democracy
    is in trouble. When a President, with a minority of the popular vote, who ran on a
    platform of restoring dignity, honor and accountability to the White House, has been less
    than dignified, honorable and has been completely unaccountable for 9/11, bad Iraq
    intelligence, the leaking of a CIA Operative's identity to the press (a federal felony),
    the awarding of no-bid contracts to the Vice Presidents former company, a deficit that is
    larger than any in history, stagnant job growth with new jobs starting at lower wages,
    rising gas prices, an underfunded No Child Left Behind Act that he proposed, an underfunded,
    stretched-thin military fighting two wars simultaneously in Humvees with no armor and no
    date for withdrawel, he must be defeated.
    Some call those who question the government traitors or commies or UnAmerican. Our country
    was founded on dissent. Our forefathers recognized valueable human rights being taken away
    by a tyrant that used fear to control his people. They stood up and fought for the freedom
    from tyrannical burdensome rule. They recognized that the People own the country, not the
    government leaders. They even recognized the right for the people to redress grievances
    against their government. Our declaration of Indepenance states that when our government
    becomes tyrannical and burdensome on its people, it is the duty of the People to throw out
    that government and form a new one.
    We do not have to be as violent as they were in those days - yet. We have an established
    system of government that CAN be changed by the people in a non-violent way - through the
    voting booth. Is Kerry the answer? Probably not. But I can assure you of this: If Kerry is
    President, I can rest easy at night knowing that the police havent come to my place while
    I wasnt home, took some things they may want to use as evidence against me in the future
    and not say they were there, just because I sent an email to someone saying "The concert
    I went to last night was the bomb!" causing the CIA computers to key in on the word BOMB
    giving them reason to search on the grounds that I may be a terrorist. I DO, however, fear
    this will happen if Bush gets re-elected in November, the Republicans retain both houses
    of Congress, and the USA Patriot Act gets signed into law forever. By voting in Kerry,
    we can be assured that at least discrimination will not be written in our Constitution,
    as Mr. Bush has proposed. Once we reaffirm our commitment to freedom, we can commit the
    next 4 years to find a true outsider, who can relate to us, who will be honest with us,
    and get this country out of the corruption and back on track to a better future. Republican,
    Democrat, Libertarian, whatever...doesn't matter. As long as they are out of the loop of corruption that seems to surround D.C. these days. I'm not saying Kerry is, but he has
    been in Washington so long, I have no reason to trust him on certain issues any more than
    his conservative counterparts. I do, however, feel confident that he is firm on his
    position of civil rights, though I have a small disagreement involving gay marriage.
    Please visit http://www.BushLies2.Us and investigate for yourself. We are in a wonderful
    information age where many reputable resources that aren't related to the Fox News
    republican propoganda machine, or the Disney outlets that are in Jeb Bush's pocket, and in
    George's de facto.
    http://www.BushLies2.Us








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  2. #2
    Anybody
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    Re: BushLies2.Us - Search For Truth

    Umm, this is little off topic, besides, I don't believe anything that a
    politician spouts period!
    "www.BushLies2.Us" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > http://www.BushLies2.Us
    >
    > George W Bush and his administration has been caught red-handed lying

    about and falsifying
    > intelligence on Iraq. They have been uncooperative, at best, in the

    investigation of
    > September 11. They have ties to some of the world's most corrupt people,

    including bin Laden
    > and the Taliban. There are several points that can be made that shows the

    2000 election
    > may have been, in fact, stolen.
    > Do not believe everything the overwhelmingly conservative media, owned by

    a
    > few large multimedia conglomerates run by wealthy republican operatives,

    spews at you.
    > Investigate for yourself. It is your duty to check your government and

    make it accountable
    > for mistakes and lies. Our very demovracy is at stake. Civil liberties,

    including right to
    > privacy, seperation of church and state, freedom of speech, are targets of

    this
    > administration. Corporations are getting more and more say in government

    and The People are
    > getting less.
    > Please visit my site. It is a collection of articles, websites, audio and

    video showing the
    > many ways this administration may have abused its power during it's reign.

    While we all
    > hope none are true, if even one is, and some are by their own admission,

    our democracy
    > is in trouble. When a President, with a minority of the popular vote, who

    ran on a
    > platform of restoring dignity, honor and accountability to the White

    House, has been less
    > than dignified, honorable and has been completely unaccountable for 9/11,

    bad Iraq
    > intelligence, the leaking of a CIA Operative's identity to the press (a

    federal felony),
    > the awarding of no-bid contracts to the Vice Presidents former company, a

    deficit that is
    > larger than any in history, stagnant job growth with new jobs starting at

    lower wages,
    > rising gas prices, an underfunded No Child Left Behind Act that he

    proposed, an underfunded,
    > stretched-thin military fighting two wars simultaneously in Humvees with

    no armor and no
    > date for withdrawel, he must be defeated.
    > Some call those who question the government traitors or commies or

    UnAmerican. Our country
    > was founded on dissent. Our forefathers recognized valueable human rights

    being taken away
    > by a tyrant that used fear to control his people. They stood up and fought

    for the freedom
    > from tyrannical burdensome rule. They recognized that the People own the

    country, not the
    > government leaders. They even recognized the right for the people to

    redress grievances
    > against their government. Our declaration of Indepenance states that when

    our government
    > becomes tyrannical and burdensome on its people, it is the duty of the

    People to throw out
    > that government and form a new one.
    > We do not have to be as violent as they were in those days - yet. We have

    an established
    > system of government that CAN be changed by the people in a non-violent

    way - through the
    > voting booth. Is Kerry the answer? Probably not. But I can assure you of

    this: If Kerry is
    > President, I can rest easy at night knowing that the police havent come to

    my place while
    > I wasnt home, took some things they may want to use as evidence against me

    in the future
    > and not say they were there, just because I sent an email to someone

    saying "The concert
    > I went to last night was the bomb!" causing the CIA computers to key in on

    the word BOMB
    > giving them reason to search on the grounds that I may be a terrorist. I

    DO, however, fear
    > this will happen if Bush gets re-elected in November, the Republicans

    retain both houses
    > of Congress, and the USA Patriot Act gets signed into law forever. By

    voting in Kerry,
    > we can be assured that at least discrimination will not be written in our

    Constitution,
    > as Mr. Bush has proposed. Once we reaffirm our commitment to freedom, we

    can commit the
    > next 4 years to find a true outsider, who can relate to us, who will be

    honest with us,
    > and get this country out of the corruption and back on track to a better

    future. Republican,
    > Democrat, Libertarian, whatever...doesn't matter. As long as they are out

    of the loop of corruption that seems to surround D.C. these days. I'm not
    saying Kerry is, but he has
    > been in Washington so long, I have no reason to trust him on certain

    issues any more than
    > his conservative counterparts. I do, however, feel confident that he is

    firm on his
    > position of civil rights, though I have a small disagreement involving gay

    marriage.
    > Please visit http://www.BushLies2.Us and investigate for yourself. We are

    in a wonderful
    > information age where many reputable resources that aren't related to the

    Fox News
    > republican propoganda machine, or the Disney outlets that are in Jeb

    Bush's pocket, and in
    > George's de facto.
    > http://www.BushLies2.Us
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >






  3. #3
    WindsorFox[SS]
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    Re: BushLies2.Us - Search For Truth

    Anybody wrote:

    > Umm, this is little off topic, besides, I don't believe anything that a
    > politician spouts period!


    And if you had not replied to a spamming ass that will never see
    said reply, not to mention quoted the WHOLE DAMN thing! Most of us
    would have never seen it.

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  4. #4
    Anybody
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    Re: BushLies2.Us - Search For Truth

    Well damn!! I swore I cleared it in the first place!!
    "WindsorFox[SS]" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Anybody wrote:
    >
    > > Umm, this is little off topic, besides, I don't believe anything that a
    > > politician spouts period!

    >
    > And if you had not replied to a spamming ass that will never see
    > said reply, not to mention quoted the WHOLE DAMN thing! Most of us
    > would have never seen it.






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