posted on May, 9 2006 @ 07:47 PM
Originally quoted by dgtempe
Thanks for your posts, Ceci. I enjoy reading them.
dgtempe, thank you very much for your kind and gracious remarks. I also like reading your posts and find them informative.
All I can say is that I, for one, am not willing to tolerate a fascist government. And I am not someone who will go blindly by as the POTUS makes a
mistake bordering on a felony and then changes the law by executive order to get him out of trouble ("classifying", "declassifying" documents). I
just find it simply ironic that for a party that is willing to spout morals, patriotism and family values, that Republicans consistently cannot follow
what they preach.
I also find it rather interesting that for a party that supports the very tenets of the Constitution, that they are the ones passing laws in order to
suppress our rights and clamp down on the very freedoms we hold dear.
Of course, we do not feel the implications of this law at the surface level. But when you read reports of other citizens who are prosecuted by these
laws which infringe on our rights, it should give you some pause.
At least, it does me.
That's why I cannot understand after all the things the POTUS has does wrong are there people who are still willing to support him.
And for the fiscal
conservatives, did it ever cross your mind that you don't have a vote for confidence when supporting a man who has run all
of his business ventures into the ground? Doesn't that make sense? Bush has consistently proven that he is not good in business. And, he is not
good in leadership. But he is good at being a figurehead for his father's cronies who still want to use government for their own corruptive
ends--especially when making as much money while they can despite the fact some citizens are barely making ends meet.
Yeah. Bush is certainly a liberal. Liberal in making money and causing misery for the country financially, judicially and diplomatically.
Here too, I say, for shame.
[edit on 9-5-2006 by ceci2006]