Tuesday, December 26, 2006

the beginning of the end, the death of the "great experiment in self-government"

Habeas Corpus has been suspended, welcome back to the Inquisition, confess and receive your salvation:
but the government protects your rights, right? I bet this guy thought they would too:
however, don't worry, they're not going to kill you, a short stint in Room 101 will cure what ails you:
I might have to check that out, conspiracy theories are fun but I always like to check the facts before I'll believe it.  I should probably hurry up and check it out before Bush and Co. brand me as a seditionist and I disappe

and its official, The Administration's decisions have resulted in more American deaths than al Qaeda's:

UPDATE: the other day I put this link in the email about a Times article being censored by the White House, here's what they censored:
I truly believe that the internet may become the last refuge of the truth and even it is under attack by both the government and the companies that run it.  history will tell if we can defend our rights and the truth, but then again if the forces of power and control win, we may never know these things ever existed
here's some more proof about our 1984 direction:

did you know that "It's a Wonderful Life" is communist propaganda?  that's what the government says and don't they always know best?

why we may not have to worry about Iran:

Biden wants honesty from Bush, perhaps he needs to ask Moses how to get water from a rock:
also he'll fight him on sending more troops into Iraq:

and now for something hilarious from the insurgents, if we leave Iraq within a month and leave our weapons behind, they will allow us to leave peacefully:

25 quotes to ponder for a new year:
I like 11 and 1 but 4 is what I live by and is the inspiration for what I do
and here are a few more:
*He that would make his own liberty secure, must guard even his enemy from opposition; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach himself.
*It is the direction and not the magnitude which is to be taken into consideration.
*That government is best which governs least.
Thomas Paine

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