posted on Nov, 2 2005 @ 02:30 PM
And it doesn't matter 'who' enacted rule 21, republican's are mad because it's bringing the public eye onto matters that they wish to have kept
'secret' by stalling and diverting attention away from some serious issues that could lead to impeachment and criminal convictions within the
republican lead government, at the same time put them a limelight of which would be most unfavorable to voter's in the near future.
And in retailiation to that beautiful metaphorical chess move, they attack back once again by lock and loading their ammo full of negative words such
as 'hijack' (as if the opposition were terrorists or enemies) and taking pot shots at the opposition once again by saying "This was a political
stunt to get headlines today to bring people out to talk about it,".
Nothing like using diversion tactics once again, or giving the republican voter's some ammunition (weak n comparison to what the opposition has on
them) to run with when it's time to debate their fellow neighbours.
Let's divulge into what "it" really is. Frist appears to use the term 'it' to cover up the topic democrats are itching to bring to the
The 'it' is pre-Iraq war intelligence, the 'it' is an investigation into the outing of a cia operative (spy) who by law wasn't to have her
identity disclosed to the general public, which by the way is punishable by law up to 10 years in prison.
The big 'it' within the pre-iraq war intelligence was wilson's defiance and failing to agree to forged documents about Niger having enriched
uranium, and even after him visiting with officials and government leaders in niger and denouncing the idea that they could of sold yellow cake to
iraq, bush and his colleagues still went on pre-war campaigns talking about the 'imminent threat iraq poses to America' and scaring us with words
like 'mushroom cloud over america'...
Condi, Powell, Cheney, McClellan, and Bush have all participated in this pre war campaign. And even after Wilson went to Niger and came back with a
'no it's not possible' answer Bush still mentions the threat in his state of the union address!
George Tenant even resigned over this issue, Powell regrets going before the UN and reading pre-written 'points of ''fact"'? about Iraq having
Isn't the republican party for smaller government, open government, and stand by a low tolerance level policy for secrecy? Or does that only count
when the shoe is on the other foot?
So instead of using this debate as a democrat vs republican struggle for power, let's stick to the issue at hand.
Rule 21 is creating a smear campagin by the republicans against the democrats in order to keep attention off the real issues at hand that could
incriminate them. True of False?
[edit on 2-11-2005 by TrueLies]