First of all Bush has done nothing wrong
well, i have to disagree with you djohnsto77. Your understanding of our constitution is valid, however President Bush and his administration most
certainly have done wrong; they have just disguised it and packaged it with enough ambiguity allowing it to filter past the incentives of the few
patriotic americans left. the rest are apathetic.
but america is such that when an administration fails, the country has failed. its called oversight, and our citizenship has failed. granted, the
turn of the 21st century with globalization as the hidden theme, happy picket-fence america has had a difficulty learning that pretty much everything
is fake on the outside. its funny how WW2 opened the doors for the coldwar. nobody said the propaganda war was next in line - but it makes sense.
politics has always told its little white lies with the smiles and handshakes, but it wasnt until recently that the propoganda machine was in such a
high gear. public belief in the 'official story' these days is *so* very key for this administrations future plans.
i dont want to turn this into a "BUSH - BAD!" thread, so i will leave it at that. but there is ample supply of evidence if you're open to it. all
the while, ponder to yourself "what would actually constitute proof should i encounter it?" photographs, papertrails and connect the dots seemingly
are not enough for the average american. we've been conditoned to pay attention until the movie gets out. well, sorry this story takes much more
than 2 hours to tell, but guess what; its true.
as for your prediction goose, i wont say i agree with every detail to the 'T', but America is going to be ROCKED hard. complete agreement. i dont
know if it will come as outright war, impeachment, or all of the above, but any citizenship that sleeps through 2 elections, lied to or not, is going
to have to reckon with the grip on the reigns once they awake.
WAKE UP AMERICA~
edit: for goodness sakes look at history people. suburbian dreams will sink like atlantis too. the strong ALWAYS try to opress the weak. its human
nature. unfortunatley, the textbooks tell us that humans are more prone to react after the fact then vigilantly guard against it.
thus we are destined for another great war. it will hurt. and it will be written about in textbooks. textbooks will be studied to death, at which
point humanity will find another way to trick itself into killing itself off.
[edit on 6-6-2005 by lost]