did you hear the bertrand russell quote on yesterday's 'writer's
almanac'? and gore vidal on 'morning edition' talking about ben
I think I have heard the quotes, separately, elsewhere and
there is something about 'as-usual' which stops working with
ideas such as 'voting' and 'public' representation when the
other parts, such as 'democracy' and 'governance' no longer
are what is needed to make those activities/beliefs legitimate.
how could anyone vote, in good confidence, unless it is GOP,
that their vote or the public represented would include them?
even if the demographics can be further squeezed into small
constituencies which control ideological opinions of masses
of pre-organized groups with small or larger gains to make...
while some can infer 'they should be hanged' from the founders
beliefs, it could go even further with respect to the loss of a form
of governance, which would stop such actions with a peaceful
solution workable in the system itself. this no longer seems to
be a possibility if the corruption is absolute and completed. it
would then be that sad hour when violence would be required
to unseat the unconstitutional takeover of the government, if
that is really what is involved here. that would mean different
tactics, kind of like the wild-westernist foreign policies brought
into the domestic sphere, and issues like 'gun control' take a
new light when all the police are for terror operations and a
surveillance state while everyone is getting robbed in daylight
and crime is rising as if in an anarchy. a gun is about the only
thing to keep order, without police around (they are laid off).
it seems the rule of law will be the rule of force, before long,
on the home front, and that would include citizens of the old
democratic belief system, versus the delusionsal Bush clan.
there are traitors occupying the highest office in this land.
the irony of a memorial day held infront of the boy-emperor
Bush W. is iconic for the absurd, royal treatment of power.
his heart may have changed, but his mind remains stuck.
Cheney is an evil bastard, with him out of the office, a lot
would be possible that currently is not. The first thing to do,
non-violently, would be to subpoena all the energy industry
that was consulted, giving immunity, to see how the Baker
plans for post-war Iraq resources happened to be brought
or not brought into relation to the takeover of that country
by former oil men. Someone knows something, some may
know more than others. Cheney knows and he should be
made to tell, as much as any terrorist in Guantanamo bay.
For the sake and safety of the US constitution rests on it.
as do all the dead soldiers who are piling up over his lies.
these people crossed the line into human depravity and
need to be fought in realms never before imagined. that
is what warriors exist for. and some still exist, so as to rest
public control of the state from the private hostile takeover.
If the USSR was the evil empire, Bush is the evil emperor.
-- in an empire is of his own imagination, delusions that kill.
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