Monday, June 11, 2007

Q & A

President Bush calls the Senate's no-confidence vote on Attorney General Alberto Gonzales "meaningless." Is it?

No it isn't meaningless, but President Bush is becoming increasingly meaningless. How can we believe Mr. Bush on anything anymore? If Gonzales is exposed and prosecuted, then what he has said on behalf of Mr. Bush will also be exposed for its mendacity and possible illegality.

I am referring to Mr. Gonzales's stance on the Geneva Convention (its quaintness) and his position on spying...among other things. Mr. Bush needs to keep Alberto the monkey on his back or the whole monkey house will go bananas.

Senator Joe Lieberman says the U.S. should consider attacking Iran. Is he right?

Right Joe, and while we're at it let's bomb Syria and China. Joe the Jingoist has joined Dick the Egotist and our Unitary Executive Decider-in-Chief. Pre-emptive war with Iraq is not enough for them. It is wrong for Iran to be helping Insurgents in Iraq, but it is understandable. Would another country bomb Mexico if it was helping America to remove an occupying country?
For those crazies who want to have more war in the world instead of peace, the world has to rise up on its indifferent haunches and raise its very silent voice and scream bloody murder:


But war and militarization of the world is what the good old U.S.A. is so good at.
So, I suppose I should just crawl back into my utopian bubble and accept it that wars will never end...and Iran is next on the chopping block of the NEO CON agenda.

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