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Vermont Town Seeks Bush, Cheney Arrests

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posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 06:34 AM
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Originally posted by RRconservative
Bush Derangement Syndrome at it's finest. Chill out Vermont! Bush only has a little over a year left. He hasn't visited your state the whole time he has been in office, why would he start now?

The reason Bush has never been impeached is because he has done nothing that would warrant it.

Bush haters will applaud this action, but the rest of of will just shake our heads and laugh at the stupidy.



(
How did I know you were gonna say something like that?
)


Ahem....



Oh we're sorry RRC- Didn't mean to upset you. I forgot how perfect Bush is and how horrible the American people are by picking on Bush.

But who was that guy who said "If your not with us your against us?" after 9-11?

So going to Iraq was the right thing to do correct. Before you answer look up the figures of the brave men and woman who died in the Iraq war. Then look how much the war is costing us- then look at the national debt.

We're a step away of loosing everything when the US goes to bankrupcy court.

He fought every step of the way getting funding for the war since blocking every bill as he goes. Blocked a farmers aid bill. He even blocked a childrens health care plan.

Here in North Carolina- South Carolina area- the growers lost 90% of their peaches due to the freeze. The apples- most of that crop was lost too, yet Bush gives no aid at all to the farmers.

When people see his true nature then maybe people will wake up- Bush only cares about the war- heck on everyone else.

Remember 9-11 and Katrina? NO is still a disaster in some areas. The Lower Ninth ward is totally leveled.

But I forgot RR he's such a nice guy...


Now with Bhutto's death things are only gonna get worse.

Your a smart guy open your eyes and see the truth. Don't be fooled by Bush RR maybe then you will see the light and see what kind of president he really is.

Hey try to visit him when you have time. But I wouldn't hold your breath waiting on him. Maybe he will see you or maybe he will send the men in blue with tazers and mace and put you in lock up. (Not that I want that to happen.) But if it does give me a call and I will call my buddies at A.C.L.J and get you out. But then I will have to say I told you so.


[edit on 12/31/2007 by Leyla]




posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 08:31 AM
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Correct me if I am wrong, but doesn't Vermont have a quite popular and powerful secession movement that is growing?



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 10:47 AM
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Originally posted by infinite
Correct me if I am wrong, but doesn't Vermont have a quite popular and powerful secession movement that is growing?

Well, yes and no. A handful of moonbats have expressed a desire to secede, but despite the encouragement and offers of help from the other 49 states, it's stuck in the mud.



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 10:57 AM
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I will be the first person to say I do not like Bush as a President. I don't like being taxed, and it makes me even more pissed off when I'm being taxed to pay for stuff I don't care about - in this case, foreign wars (I'd have the same attitude if my money was being wasted on welfare, too).

However, this is a classical example of creating a political circus for no reason. If people spent as much energy as they consume with seething foam-at-the-mouth hatred for a President who will be out in less than a year as they did trying to do something where they could actually make a impact on the world, this world would be a much better place.

But it is so much easier to create a political circus and proclaim your hatred for someone when you know it will have no impact but will make you popular with other political ideologues.

I wonder what these people and those like them will do when Bush is finally out of office? Will they continue to blame Bush for EVERYTHING? They better start finding someone else to focus their hatred at, times ticking down...

[edit on 31-12-2007 by LightinDarkness]



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 11:21 AM
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wow, lots of bush lovers here. i though this site was about "denying" ignorance. Sorry guys,, I have to say, I think you are tout of touch. I come from a very old-school conservative family, even they think Bush is a plague. You all must be living in a cave.

Wake up, it is not hard to see what an incredible mess this buffoon allowed those around him to make of our finer country. How about a little bit of "country over party" for once?



However, this is a classical example of creating a political circus for no reason. If people spent as much energy as they consume with seething foam-at-the-mouth hatred for a President who will be out in less than a year as they did trying to do something where they could actually make a impact on the world, this world would be a much better place.

But it is so much easier to create a political circus and proclaim your hatred for someone when you know it will have no impact but will make you popular with other political ideologues.

I wonder what these people and those like them will do when Bush is finally out of office? Will they continue to blame Bush for EVERYTHING? They better start finding someone else to focus their hatred at, times ticking down...


This is about communication man. There is NOTHING they can do to unseat bush, and every single one of them knows it. marking a statement, is a far cry from a political circus. And I am sure there will be many years of repairing the damage this administration did to our country. So yes, I am willing to bet he will continue to be blamed for a lot. That is how it works. Look at all the conservatives, who 7 years later still blame clinton....

[edit on 31-12-2007 by Animal]



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 11:24 AM
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Originally posted by Becker44
And just a little further reading on the origianl post.

I did not want to post off topic with my visuals for everyone. Here is an article pertaining to the OP. You really must read the comments section from various readers. There is some classic material in them.

www.freerepublic.com...

Becker

[edit on 29-12-2007 by Becker44]

[edit on 29-12-2007 by Becker44]


As you said, a great read - especially the comments section. In fact, the comments gave me some hope that there is still some sanity (rhymes with Hannity) out there. Bush has turned out to be a huge disappointment, but the Constitution stands.


[edit on 12/31/2007 by centurion1211]



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 11:27 AM
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Wow,
I live in Vermont.

I guess Im stupid and annoying to everyone else.

Way to be an ignoramus itguysrule!

I have never heard such childish stereotyping about a friggin state before. Wow....

Just wow!!!!



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 11:28 AM
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Originally posted by RRconservative
Bush Derangement Syndrome at it's finest. Chill out Vermont! Bush only has a little over a year left. He hasn't visited your state the whole time he has been in office, why would he start now?

The reason Bush has never been impeached is because he has done nothing that would warrant it.

Bush haters will applaud this action, but the rest of of will just shake our heads and laugh at the stupidy.




I hate the thought of any President getting impeached...it's just not good for the country. However this President has violated so many laws and seems to think he is above the very laws in which he of all people is suppose to set the BAR if you will. Even Nixon knew when to resign!

The laws implicated by the Administration’s actions include:

1). Federal laws against making false statements to congress.

2). Federal laws and international treaties prohibiting torture and cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment.

3). Federal laws concerning retaliating against witnesses and other government employees.

4). Executive Orders concerning leaking and other misuse of intelligence.

5). Federal regulations and ethical requirements governing conflicts of interest.

6). The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

7). Communications privacy laws.

8). The National Security Act.

9). The Fourth Amendment.

The list can go on and on and on.If you feel you must follow this criminal and that is what he is just from the federal laws that he has broken; than that is your choice, but I will not support this guy at all.How many tours of duty must our soldiers do in IRAQ! The ones I have talked to are on their 4th and 5th tours now....thats outlandish! Remember the reason this guy gave for getting us into IRAQ in the first place? They had weapons of mass destruction when none existed. It was an illegal war that should never have taken place.It was the first time in the history of this country that we ever struck first. The man is clearly INSANE.


[edit on 31-12-2007 by CaptGizmo]



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 11:29 AM
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Originally posted by Becker44
Look I live 10 miles from these nutbags in Brattleboro. Thankfully the Connecticut river seperates me from their utter lunacy.

This is the same town which doesn't have the testicles to ban public nudity in the downtown area. That's right bring the kiddies to Brattleboro so they can see these naked granola crunching unshaven beasts parade down Main Street expressing their freedom. Ahhh the things you see when you don't have a crossbow in the trunk!

www.ibrattleboro.com...

Let me give you all this visual as I have been in this town hundreds of times.

1. 90% of Brattleboro residents drive Subaru wagons for some reason.
2. 60% of those have the moronic "coexist" bumper stickers on them.
3. 80% of the males and 12% of the females have gray beards and pony tails
4. 70% of the women wear long hemp like dresses and bring their knitting everywhere they go.
5. And finally.....The residents there are 100% whacked out of their minds.

Take it from me, I live in Keene NH, 10 miles from this embarrasment.

Becker


Dont worry man, we have very similar sentiments for your ilk on the other side of the river...live free or die my ass...and thankfully you guys are much closer to 20 miles away. quite honestly as a kid from vermont i resent your post. your bashing its classic right wing hater style.



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 11:53 AM
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Well I'm really sorry my post upset you. I notice however, you refrained from disputing my points concerning your socialist city.

Is there somewhere I can contribute some money to assist in seceding?

To be fair, not all of Vermont wants to secede. Some of YOUR towns actually want to become part of MY state.

www.foxnews.com...

Things that make you go hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

Becker

[edit on 31-12-2007 by Becker44]



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 12:13 PM
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what ever man, i am not here to play childish games. criticize my community all you like. it was a mistake for me to respond to you in the first place. personally, i do care what others think, but in situations such as these there is no point. your opinion is just that, an opinion. brattleboro is great town, so are the other bastions of 'socialism' in the green mountain state. hate it, me, us, all you like, we both know vermont > new hampshire.



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 12:27 PM
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Originally posted by IMAdamnALIEN

I have never heard such childish stereotyping about a friggin state before. Wow....

Just wow!!!!


Really?

Well then consider yourself fortunate. Try living in the South some time!



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 12:48 PM
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Yes lets kick Vermont out of the union! Forbid these Citizens of the Republic from doing the unthinkable and having different views and opinions...

How dare they question the almighty Commander and Chief as he does no wrong and even if he does we must support him in this time of war!

How dare they embody the founding principles of this country and do what they can do with the limited power We The People have remaining, to attempt to bring to justice a Criminal, to overthrow a corrupt Government.

I find it hilarious everyone seems to be taking the Bill Oreilly line and telling people fellow Citizens of this Republic who have an opinion they disagree with to shut up...

Telling people who don't support this corrupt Regime, that they are unAmerican or unPatriotic because they have the nerve to stand up to clear usurpations of our Constitution, to clear violations of human rights, and to clear lies and distortions...


what happened to his country?

We weren't raised to support such things, The status quo isn't American simply because its the status quo...

the status quo is what it is because Blind patriots including myself at one point in time. supported an evil man and his cronies who carried a cross and wrapped themselves in the flag...


I don't care rather your a pro war right wing Christian (im sure god would be proud of you for that.) The fact is he broke his oath to the Constitution of the United States numerous times if you don't want to take my word for it Read the damn thing and find out for yourselves... Quit being sheep for the sake of this country.


This country isn't about supporting your government regardless of what it does, its about supporting the Constitution...


Our leaders don't take and oath simply to this Country, or to the Government or even The People, They take an oath to Protect and defend the Constitution of the United States Because within the Constitution Is limitations of Government and the protection of the people from that Government.

Supporting a Government that wraps itself in the flag of this land yet shreds to pieces the very principles its supposed to protect doesn't make you a Patriot.

A Patriot stands up against any authority that goes against the laws of man, a Patriot stands up to a corrupt Government and its army which continues to usurp the Constitution.. even if he stands alone...

People question why anyone would dare stand up to these illegalities, some say its pointless as they will be gone soon, are you kidding me?

So just because they will be out off office they still shouldn't be held accountable for there crimes?

Justice is never to late



They gave you fear and in return you gave them everything you never thought you needed, Only to eventually find out everything you never thought you needed, you needed more then ever.

The founders would be proud, Because when future generations read the history books and those books only date back to 2000.

They will never know about the former Republic, The Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, Magna Carta, The Revolution...

oh how proud they must be..

[edit on 31-12-2007 by C0le]



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 12:54 PM
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psssssst. Rendition is as you said, a movie(and judging by its record box office revenues, a huge success)

www.msnbc.msn.com...

www.washingtonpost.com...

www.libertyfilmfestival.com...

Total revenue (foreign and domestic) from four anti-war films: $42.5 million

A Mighty Heart - $15.4 million
In The Valley Of Elah - 6.9 million
Rendition - 13.5 million
Lions For Lambs - $6.7 million

Total revenue from a single kick some terrorist butt film: $72.3 million.

The Kingdom - $72.3 million



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 01:03 PM
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COle I applaud your post.
Thank god there are still some people out there that are still not brainwashed by this administration and its hawks. Well written and to the very point.I gave you a star for that.

[edit on 31-12-2007 by CaptGizmo]



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 02:37 PM
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COle,

Very well written post. Contrary to what you may believe, I agree with 90% of your writings.

This is however, a thread discussing a small town in a small state hoping to arrest the President. While I thoroughly enjoyed reading your very thoughtful post, perhaps you could channel some of that energy to the topic at hand. I look forward to your insights.

Thanks,

Becker

[edit on 31-12-2007 by Becker44]



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by IMAdamnALIEN
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Wow,
I live in Vermont.

I guess Im stupid and annoying to everyone else.

Way to be an ignoramus itguysrule!

I have never heard such childish stereotyping about a friggin state before. Wow....

Just wow!!!!


First let me say that I am sorry my comments about Vermont offended you. Second let me say that you may want to grow a little "thicker skin."

You should try being a conservative person on any ATS forum. I have been called everything from a "sheeple" to an "ultranationalist neoconservative warmonger with a need to hate." One member suggested that I travel to Iraq where they hoped someone would cut my head off. Being called "stupid or annoying" (partly in jest) is pretty mild by comparison.

It is really sad that the political atmosphere in the US has become so acerbic. Of course the Democrats blame the Republicans and the Republicans blame the Democrats but I think both sides are equally at fault. Both our government function and our general political discourse have degenerated into a “street brawl.” Extremism is everywhere – not just in any particular religion or political party. I don’t see constructive compromise any more. Almost every group seems to have elected to battle to the death for total victory in whatever cause they have chosen.

Hopefully, something will change in the future to improve on this sorry state of affairs. The next Presidential election may help – but it may just result in the same level of hatred and viciousness with all the chairs arranged in a different order.



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 03:07 PM
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Apology accepted.

Don't worry my posse of rednecks have the thickest skin there is


Back on track...........



posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 03:51 PM
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Personally I'd like to give you 500 ATS points for the use of the word "acerbic".

There's a word you don't see every day. It is also a perfect word to describe the division amongst fellow Americans.

You and I have communicated off line before so you already know I feel your conservative pain as well.

So I threw you a star and a jab to the ribcage to get ya to sit up straight from now on.

Becker

[edit on 31-12-2007 by Becker44]



posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 02:27 AM
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Re: old and at dinner with grandkids.

When that day comes for me, and should one of the kids ask what we were thinking regarding the Bushladin Administration, I already know what my answer will be. Without hesitation, (of course I would first explain that thinking is irrelevant - Whether a major knock down, drag out debate would break out between the Skulls and the Bones, or should one execute an Ostrich head plant while in route to Sixth and Green, the "thoughts" we thought, voiced, mimed, blogged, emailed or published through civil disobedience; never had, niether do have, nor will ever have the bountiful harvest of future relevance, for, "WE THE PEOPLE..." were stripped of our constitutional rights, our birthright as Americans to elect representatives who in turn elect one to the highest office in Our land completing the process known to us as Democracy. When the voice of an entire Nation was silenced and our freedom was reposessed as the highest office was stolen by one who was predetermined to sit where his father sat before him, no matter the concequences.
So, in short, my response would be simply "we were thinking that as an election progressed, an abomination occured when two box cars collided and the appointed one fell out of a hobo's ass wearing a "Vermont or Bust" T-shirt.



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