Why is this such a difficult concept for Bush to grasp? It's an act he's already committed — time and time again — against We The People. He is water-boarding our Constitution. When is this tyrant wannabe going to be impeached? When will he and his political gangstas be held accountable for the crimes they have committed, and the crimes they are committing?<br><br>This IS a Twilight Zone episode. But there's no commercial break. No credits rolling. The damned nightmare just keeps running. <br><br>Sidebar: I want to congratulate NY Gov. Pataki on vetoing a bill to make the still non-existent 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero free to the public. And I want to offer kudos to MA Gov. Mitt-the-Snitt Romney for giving His Minus The War Prez full support on his quest to retroactively legalize torture. I'm proud to say I've lived under the watch of two of the country's most idiotic heads of state.<br><br>You may shoot me now, thank you too much. <br><br>
Some Rep. rep on TV day before yesterday said his concern was that the phrase "personal dignity" was so vague that it might be possible for an Islamic male to claim an "outrage" because he was questioned by a female American colonel wearing the uniform of the US Army.<br><br>You think a court would swallow that one??<br><br>____________________________________________________<br>Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive,<br>But to be young was very heaven!
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