Sunday, February 12, 2006


I don't know about anyone else, but I just can't trust someone who has lied to me...especially when that person lies constantly.

From Buzz Flash this morning:

The former CIA official charged with managing the U.S. government's secret intelligence assessments on Iraq says the Bush administration chose war first and then misleadingly used raw data to assemble a public case for its decision to invade. What More Will It Take to Save America From This Administration That Betrays the U.S.A.

Remember "Total Information Awareness"? You didn't really think the Bush regime had a pang of constitutionality and canceled it, do you? Hint: it's now called "Topsail"

NYT: "We can't think of a president who has gone to the American people more often than George W. Bush has to ask them to forget about things like democracy, judicial process and the balance of powers — and just trust him. We also can't think of a president who has deserved that trust less." 2/12

You may have to be registered to read the article from the Chicago Tribune...which is the first one... but that prossess doesn't take long.

There is also this letter to Porter Goss from Sibel Edmonds
A Proud National Security Whistleblower:

BuzzFlash Exclusive: Sibel Edmonds on Porter Goss' Op-ed: 'Ignoturn per Ignotius'! And Since Mr. Cheney Authorized Scooter Libby to Disclose Classified Information, Shouldn't Mr. Goss be Asking for Cheney to be Prosecuted?

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