Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Great suff from Mike Aug. 22

Again, link over on the side! I know I know, I'm xeroxing shit from other sites today, shaddup! But, it is good to keep a record of this stuff, especially from Mike's site cuz they change that stuff on his front page every day.

August 22, 2007
In Germany, during the rise of Adolph Hitler, the thugs organized to surround and remove protestors who disagreed with the racist, warmongering rhetoric of the rising dictator were called Brown Shirts. In the United States - now - during the administration of our Neo-fascist president, George W. Bush, the thugs are called Rally Squads.

As reported in today's Washington Post, "A White House manual that came to light recently gives presidential advance staffers extensive instructions in the art of 'deterring potential protestors' from President Bush's public appearances around the country.

"Among other things, any event must be open only to those with tickets tightly controlled by organizers. Those entering must be screened in case they are hiding secret signs. Any anti-Bush demonstrators who manage to get in anyway should be shouted down by 'rally squads' stationed in strategic locations. And if that does not work, they should be thrown out."

"Thrown out." Think about that for a moment. Exercising a critical First Amendment right is such a threat to this sickeningly fearful and sneaky man, George W. Bush, that equally fearful citizens of the US are ordered to stop others from participating in an essential and patriotic act: non-violent defiance of Bush's ongoing corruption and destruction of the US Constitution.

This is where Bush and his thugs - those in his government and those who willingly volunteer from the ranks of delusional "Christians" and local Republican organizations - have taken this country: To a divisive, shrill, cowardice that was unknown in our history until the rise of the Bush Crime Family. The question remains: When will the American people say "enough" and remove Bush - legally and peacefully - from office? When?--MDM

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