Friday, March 30, 2007

Public Punditry Contest!

Attention Artists, Activists, and Americans!

Celebrate Your Right to Free Speech in the First Annual Freewayblogger Public Punditry Contest!


Freewayblogger, Buzzflash, Michael Moore.com, After Downing Street and Skippy the Bush Kangaroo are looking for America's Hottest New Political Pundit! Send pictures or videolinks of your Public Political Punditry to freewayblogger@yahoo.com Submissions may include Political Art, Speech, Theater or Text placed or performed legally in public under the protection of the first amendment.
Suggested locations for public puditry include Parks, Libraries, and Town Squares... Doesn't have to be a freeway. All physical artwork and signage must be easily removable from site: No Vandalism.
Winning entries will be chosen for the creativity of both their message and its delivery and will be posted on all the above blogs (and throughout the Blogosphere.) Winners will also have their city and state visited, noticeably, by The Freewayblogger over the summer.

Photo entries should be submitted in JPEG format, and video submitted via YouTube or other video links. Deadline for submissions is June 1st.

Although the first amendment allows broad powers for citizens to use state and public property for the free expression of political speech, questions regarding local restrictions or the use of specific sites or manners of speech should be directed to local authorities or the nearest chapter of the ACLU.

(Neither Freewayblogger or any other blogs associated with this contest bear any responsibility for displays of political opinion which could be considered threatening, Hate Speech, or are otherwise illegal, damaging, injurious or stupid.)




59 comments:

Anonymous said...

How much carbon was used to make those signs?

Freewayblogger said...

None. All recycled materials.

Psychomikeo said...

How much DU was use used in making all the armor piercing shells used in Iraq?

Anonymous said...

Shhhhhhhhh! Don't talk about DU! Don't you realize how much money we saved by dumping it all over there, so we don't have to store it over here!!!!

Todd said...

Anonymous: Who cares? How much courage does it take to post anonymously?

PTCruiser said...

About as much as it takes to "support" a war without actually fighting in it.

Mungen_Cakes said...

I've been shopping so hard my wallet hurts. Can I get a purple heart for that?

Anonymous said...

Impeach BUSH?

Thats an insult, its an American word!. He is an International War Criminal. How about Amerika joining the International Court in the Hague?, as they do not recognize the treaty.

Mike
Canada

CAE said...

Seriously, what is it going to take to start a REAL movement to impeach this guy before his term is up? I mean this for real... Because a lot can happen in two more years and obviously, the guy has no hold on reality. Anyone who still thinks he's going to get "victory" in Iraq, no matter what the glaringly obvious facts are is just plain dangerous. Also, wouldn't impeachment finally send a message to the world that the rest of us Americans are sane? It might actually start to repair our totally hosed status in the world. (I suppose this means we better impeach Cheney first, because talk about dangerous...)

Anonymous said...

NO iranian WAR FOR MONICA gooding

Anonymous said...

There is no real movement to impeach Bush because there is no valid reason to impeach him. The US had every right to remove Saddam Hussein from office (freeing the Iraqi people), and international terrorists have reacted accordingly considering the fact that a democracy in Iraq and other mid-east countries is HIGHLY threatening to international terrorism. That's not an opinion, it's a fact. Why don't you people do something that improves our society instead of polluting our highways with your signs. And I have to say, it seems obvious that many of you don't wish for success in Iraq at all.

Freewayblogger said...

Good points, actually. Assuming you'd be okay with Mexico, or any other country for that matter, taking out our Head of State thus "freeing the American People."

Sorry about "polluting the highways", but the founding fathers, in their wisdom, gave every citizen the right to full and unfettered free political speech, which, thanks to the flags that went up after 9/11, includes the freeways.

If you don't like it, I suggest you move back to North Korea.

Impeach Bush said...

Right to Impeach

Wow, really, no right to impeach?

Has your MK Ultra controlled mind freed you from any logical thought process whatsoever?

Every single member in his cabinet is currently under investigation for at least obstruction of justice (except for Gates, daddy put him there to prevent total armageddon).

I appreciate your right to free speech, but when it is used to be a part of a propaganda campaign that aids the real terrorists (Bush/Cheney/Wolfowitz/AEI/PNAC/Rumsfeld/etc) then you might have to go to Gitmo under the new and improved Patriot Act.

Here are one of hundreds of articles of impeachment, if he does not stay on "time-out" he will be impeached. That is a guarantee.

How much bull shit do you think you can sling at the American people before they notice a fowl odor in the air?

Articles of Impeachment

of

President George W. Bush

and

Vice President Richard B. Cheney,
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice,
Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, and
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales

The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors. - - ARTICLE II, SECTION 4 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

President George W. Bush, Vice President Richard B. Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales have committed violations and subversions of the Constitution of the United States of America in an attempt to carry out with impunity crimes against peace and humanity and war crimes and deprivations of the civil rights of the people of the United States and other nations, by assuming powers of an imperial executive unaccountable to law and usurping powers of the Congress, the Judiciary and those reserved to the people of the United States, by the following acts:

1) Seizing power to wage wars of aggression in defiance of the U.S. Constitution, the U.N. Charter and the rule of law; carrying out a massive assault on and occupation of Iraq, a country that was not threatening the United States, resulting in the death and maiming of over one hundred thousand Iraqis, and thousands of U.S. G.I.s.

2) Lying to the people of the U.S., to Congress, and to the U.N., providing false and deceptive rationales for war.

3) Authorizing, ordering and condoning direct attacks on civilians, civilian facilities and locations where civilian casualties were unavoidable.

4) Instituting a secret and illegal wiretapping and spying operation against the people of the United States through the National Security Agency.

5) Threatening the independence and sovereignty of Iraq by belligerently changing its government by force and assaulting Iraq in a war of aggression.

6) Authorizing, ordering and condoning assassinations, summary executions, kidnappings, secret and other illegal detentions of individuals, torture and physical and psychological coercion of prisoners to obtain false statements concerning acts and intentions of governments and individuals and violating within the United States, and by authorizing U.S. forces and agents elsewhere, the rights of individuals under the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

7) Making, ordering and condoning false statements and propaganda about the conduct of foreign governments and individuals and acts by U.S. government personnel; manipulating the media and foreign governments with false information; concealing information vital to public discussion and informed judgment concerning acts, intentions and possession, or efforts to obtain weapons of mass destruction in order to falsely create a climate of fear and destroy opposition to U.S. wars of aggression and first strike attacks.

8) Violations and subversions of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, both a part of the "Supreme Law of the land" under Article VI, paragraph 2, of the Constitution, in an attempt to commit with impunity crimes against peace and humanity and war crimes in wars and threats of aggression against Afghanistan, Iraq and others and usurping powers of the United Nations and the peoples of its nations by bribery, coercion and other corrupt acts and by rejecting treaties, committing treaty violations, and frustrating compliance with treaties in order to destroy any means by which international law and institutions can prevent, affect, or adjudicate the exercise of U.S. military and economic power against the international community.

9) Acting to strip United States citizens of their constitutional and human rights, ordering indefinite detention of citizens, without access to counsel, without charge, and without opportunity to appear before a civil judicial officer to challenge the detention, based solely on the discretionary designation by the Executive of a citizen as an "enemy combatant."

10) Ordering indefinite detention of non-citizens in the United States and elsewhere, and without charge, at the discretionary designation of the Attorney General or the Secretary of Defense.

11) Ordering and authorizing the Attorney General to override judicial orders of release of detainees under INS jurisdiction, even where the judicial officer after full hearing determines a detainee is wrongfully held by the government.

12) Authorizing secret military tribunals and summary execution of persons who are not citizens who are designated solely at the discretion of the Executive who acts as indicting official, prosecutor and as the only avenue of appellate relief.

13) Refusing to provide public disclosure of the identities and locations of persons who have been arrested, detained and imprisoned by the U.S. government in the United States, including in response to Congressional inquiry.

14) Use of secret arrests of persons within the United States and elsewhere and denial of the right to public trials.

15) Authorizing the monitoring of confidential attorney-client privileged communications by the government, even in the absence of a court order and even where an incarcerated person has not been charged with a crime.

16) Ordering and authorizing the seizure of assets of persons in the United States, prior to hearing or trial, for lawful or innocent association with any entity that at the discretionary designation of the Executive has been deemed "terrorist."

17) Engaging in criminal neglect in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, depriving thousands of people in Louisiana, Mississippi and other Gulf States of urgently needed support, causing mass suffering and unnecessary loss of life.

18) Institutionalization of racial and religious profiling and authorization of domestic spying by federal law enforcement on persons based on their engagement in noncriminal religious and political activity.

19) Refusal to provide information and records necessary and appropriate for the constitutional right of legislative oversight of executive functions.

20) Rejecting treaties protective of peace and human rights and abrogation of the obligations of the United States under, and withdrawal from, international treaties and obligations without consent of the legislative branch, and including termination of the ABM treaty between the United States and Russia, and rescission of the authorizing signature from the Treaty of Rome which served as the basis for the International Criminal Court.

Anonymous said...

I think what you are doing is terrific even if you don't want credit for it.

Mo said...

Tell W that he's welcome to stay at my place for the weekend if he wants. I live in Amsterdam, home of some of his old favourite hobbies (drinking, drugs, etc.) And, I'm only 1 hour from the Hague! I'm sure if I got W really drunk I could call the Dutch authorities to come and pick him up.

This plan could work! What are the odds that W knows Amsterdam and the Hague are in the same country?!?

Anonymous said...

There is a movement afoot to impeach Bush and Cheney: the April 28 Nationwide Impeachment Protests!

Anonymous said...

This Washington GANG are Criminals in my View and need to be IMPEACHED A S A P. AMERICA WAKE UP BEFOR IT IS ALLREADY TOO LATE FOR YOUR COUNTRY!!!!!! I M M..!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

anonymous said there is no valid reason to impeach dubya--yes there is. The man took an oath to defend this country from all enemies foreign and domestic. He did not take an oath to follow a political calender while implementing personal policy. When dubya diverted the US Military away from the terrorist in Afghanistan to persue personal policy, he committed treason. That fact is why shotgun dick refuses to accept that there was no correlation between Saddam and Osama--without the link, they are TRAITORS.

Iggy said...

No reason to impeach? The man has ADMITTED to ignoring FISA, which is a LAW, ok? And his refusal to respond to subpoenas constitutes obstruction of justice. There is also "Abuse of Power" which is undefined, and NOT against any law, but which has been used as an article of impeachment in the past.

And all you need to impeach are a majority of Congressmen saying that there is a valid accusation. That is ALL that you need. NOTHING else. Impeachment is done by a VOTE.

Anonymous said...

IMPEACE

Donnie McDaniel said...

IMPEACH! That is the message this former Marine has for the Country and Congress. Enough is enough! Get them all, and there little dogs too. If those chicken hawks like combat so much, then let their demon seed to to Iraq and fight their illegal war! Till then, I will continue to put my boot to their asses.

"people should not be afraid of their governments. governments should be afraid of their people.--V"

Rise up and reclaim your nation. Throw the misfits out for the good of our nation.

Amelia's Voice said...

Annonymusssspuss said your polluting the highways and byways with Impeach Bush signs: great jumpin' applesauce cakes, pollute, pollute, please! Then kick that worthless scumbag out on his rich-boy arse! And as for getting ol' Hussein; isn't it odd that it took such a huge expense of cash, thousand of lives, and an enormous amount of political hoodwinking to get one fellow; and he didn't have a goddamn thing to do with 9/11. In fact, he hated to the core of the apple the now-you-see-him, now-you-don't Osama bin Laden. Oh, and by the way, I was a lifelong Republican until they ran that jackass Bush. Now, it's goodbye Tootsie, hello Hanoi Jane!

Anonymous said...

Scumbag Bush supporters have KILLED OUR TROOPS with their unquestioning obedience to evil men. They've facilitated the needless deaths of our troops. These pussies don't know what it means to be American. Damn every Bush supporter to the fires of Hades. It should be THEIR blood saturating the desert sands.

Anonymous said...

Dick Cheney............before he DICKS US!

Anonymous said...

Please GW..just say "mat=headed Hos" so we can fire you. Apparently, killing a million people isn't enough.

Anonymous said...

Since when did the president "admit to ignoring FISA?" I'm not sure where your logic is on that one, but whatever. I guess that goes right along with him "killing millions".

I'm going to try and keep this short and sweet. You guys can make up all the cute little impeachment lists you want, that's fine. But don't get confused when NOTHING happens in Washington about your 'movement'. Politicians on the left are more than happy to get your votes, even if it means misleading most of America into believing that our leadership doesn't have the nation's best interest in mind. Don't take my word for it, let history write itself; the lies and distortions directed toward the Bush administration will be exposed for what they are in due time. For now, you guys can get mad at Hillary and Barack for not 'doing enough'... go ahead and be confused.

Anonymous said...

.... and if you guys want to talk about 'needless deaths of our troops', let's talk about it. It makes me sick to think of suicide bombers reading forums just like this one and realising their bombs are actually working. Ever give that any thought??

I don't even want to think about how many more 9/11's will happen before most of the people in the U.S. come to grips with the fact that we are under attack. We're under attack essentially because we believe humans should live free and have free access to information. I said it before - it's a fact that free countries don't start wars against eachother, and it's also a fact that terrorism does not grow in free societies. If you guys have a better solution to international terrorism, go ahead and offer it up, but thus far all the 'left' has done is criticize and ridicule... with no constructive agenda.

Al Qaeda is pouring its recources into Iraq, partially against our military, and partially against other non-Americans who are seeking freedom. Bicker about stuff all you want, but don't think that it's any coincidence we've engaged terrorists with our military and are severly disrupting their operations, and in doing so are also working to bring democracy to Iraq. It's actually a FACT that most Iraqis (based on polls) believe life is better right now than it was when Saddam was in power. We all know it's a mess over there, but it seems obvious most of you have no constructive hopes for Iraq and Iraqis.

So while our asses are getting saved overseas, all you guys care to do is bash every effort the U.S. has made in the past six years. That's real honorable.

Big Dan said...

Hey, A-HOLE...needless 9/11's? Watch this!

http://winterpatriot.blogspot.com/2007/04/crucial-video-911-justice.html

Big Dan said...

...and stop the FAKE patriotism, it doesn't work. YOU are against the troops, not us!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous @ 3 posts above,

There is absolutely nothing FACTUAL about your post. I have no idea where you get the idea that most Iraqi's "believe that life is better right now than when Saddam was in power".

I have also seen many polls which indicate that a very large majority of Iraqi's have no problem with Iraqi's killing American troops. I imagine if America was ever taken over by a brutal dictator and WE were liberated, that if the "liberators" killed many of our freinds and family members and gave no REAL indication of ever leaving after four plus years (longer than WWII!) without basic security or basic needs being met (education, water, electricity, etc.), that we AMERICANS might be able to relate to this line of thought.

I hope to God that another 9/11 does not happen any time soon. If it does then this country is done because of people like yourself. Cowards have given up everything that it means to be an American over the past six years. You have betrayed what it MEANS to be American.

Anonymous said...

This news story is dated March 17, 2007: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/iraq/article1530762.ece

Please do a little research before calling me a liar. Unfortunately good news in Iraq is bad news for most of you, so I'm not surprised you aren't aware of many of the facts I've presented.

I don't mind if you guys disagree with me, but personal attacks are childish and uncalled for. Why can't you guys stick to facts?

And speaking of facts, the fact is that we have engaged many many terrorists with our military - something that is very difficult to do. Another FACT is that most iraqis feel their lives have been improved because we ousted Saddam. Unless you people get your way, we'll be able to make things even better in Iraq and establish a democracy where it is very needed.

Democracy abroad makes the U.S. much safer. That's another statistical fact.

It's also quite motivating for any suicide bomber to know that he can go blow up some American soldiers, and immediately make it on the American news. Terrorists know their efforts embolden the U.S. opposition to our efforts in Iraq, so they keep making bombs and keep killing. It's attitudes like your's that allows terrorism to work. If the US made it extremely clear that acts of terrorism won't deter democracy, we would be in a much better position.

Greg said...

Anonymouse:

Spare us the talking points. Most of your "facts" were proven long ago to be nothing more than White House spin.

You throw your support behind a callow, incurious, narcissistic child and you expect to be engaged as a serious thinker? Your "arguments" are nothing but cheap propaganda. Example:

Democracy abroad makes the U.S. much safer. That's another statistical fact.

Living in Hendersonville, NC (pop.8500) makes me safer than living in Los Angeles, CA (pop. An ungodly shitload): Another statistical fact. So President Poopypants should arrange to fly everybody from L.A. to Hendersonville so they'll all be safer? Yep, that would work every bit as well as his plan for Iraq.

Here's a thought. Try reading something besides Ann Coulter. Try watching something besides Fox News. Try listening to something other than rightwing radio, then come back when you know who you're talking to. Otherwise, gird yourself for the inevitable and well-deserved snarkfest that will follow your overused GOP talking points.

Bl4ckP0pe said...

Stopping Bush + Cheney is not even half the problem

- it's the whole 2-party superstructure of fascist corporate-state control of politics

- Democrats are co-equal partners in the Warcrimes of BushCo

How about Revolutionary Defeatism in time of imperialist war upheavals?

Regime Change begins at home, and that doesn't mean installing Queen Hill-Dawg for another 8 years of the same shit!

American Revolution II - Bring it on!

Meanwhile, Unity + Victory to Iraqi Resistance!
Defeat and Shame to skYanki Oil-Pirates!

somefuk said...

I think it wise to step away from facts for a moment and examine the logic of the situation.

When has instilling democracy really worked? Does it? This culture has lived under totalitarian control since long before we discovered democracy. Additionally important, we chose democracy. Anybody think the founding fathers, having freshly thrown off the English oppression, would have been eager to accepted any form of government imposed upon us by an occupying force because they would feel safer if we were governed particularly?

Don't agree with Bush? He's only doing what we let him. It's time we all begin to take personal responsibility for his actions. We funded this war, not bush. Bush hasn't been impeached because a large portion of this population is content to simply fail to condone his actions and assume a role as an unwilling passenger.

In two years Bush punches out. The will be terrorists, that this occupation not only failed to deter but likely fueled will not target a ranch in Texas. The targets will remain locals with the greatest concentration of, us…we the people of this United States. So many of us see this as Bush’s doing, we are far more that mere accomplices. We sent those troops, we supplied the weapons, and we failed to elect a competent, truthful decision maker on our behalf.

Own it.

Believe what you will, and continue to do so passionately. However, I tire of reading contributions by supporters of this war, marked by a tone of desperate defensiveness, paragraphs seething with the author’s distain for any who would question the righteousness of this crusade. If you feel it appropriate to support this war and this president then do so, but don’t close your mind. Really, those who support this war now, and likely did so in it's infancy, is this what you were rooting for? Have we accomplished the result you anticipated by this time? No? Then maybe you should be ok with others dismissing your staunch support now, your not exactly batting 1000.

Anonymous said...

SomeFuk---

Nicely worded my friend.

taiwanjason said...

Kurt Vonnegut pointed out on the Daily Show that even our US democracy has at best a checkered past: 80 years or so AFTER we became a "democracy" we freed our slaves (during a nationwide civil war, by the way), and after about 150 years we finally let women vote. I can't believe anyone would make the case that we could turn a country we invaded into a "democracy" in even a few years, much less at the point of a gun.

I'd like to believe that all of this started with good intentions, but it's a FACT (the anonymous poster above needs a clearer understanding of what a FACT is) that Bush and company have done more than a few unconstitutional things in pursuit of their secret goals. "victory" in Iraq is not a goal, because he has never explained what that would be.

I get tired of people saying that the suicide bombers just can't wait for us to pack up and go home, because then they will have won. That they may be reading these comments right now! That terrorists will overrun our country if we don't kill insurgents (and uncounted civilians) in Iraq. That is not a FACT.

I hope that everyone takes advantage of their free-speech rights and protests against...well, whatever they're against. When I see signs like those above on the freeways, I feel there is still hope for my country.

Impeachment is likely justified, though not on all of those counts. All leaders lie and deceive to some extent, and it's politically impossible. My best hope is that whoever is president next, Republican or Democrat, will begin to fix the massive disaster that Bush has created for America and the world. It's clear Bush has no strategy at all, except more of the same. 9/11 was a tragedy, but taking the long view, the wreck of this administration has done more to destablize the world and create conditions for more attacks. In my OPINION, what the terrorists would really like is more war. That's good for their business.

Anonymous said...

Imagine if we could all love ourselves all the time. Imagine if the cargo wasn't designed to kill us.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your effort to impeach Bush- save the world!

Respect from Germany

AretakSonic said...

somefuk wrote:
"Believe what you will, and continue to do so passionately. However, I tire of reading contributions by supporters of this war, marked by a tone of desperate defensiveness, paragraphs seething with the author’s distain for any who would question the righteousness of this crusade. If you feel it appropriate to support this war and this president then do so, but don’t close your mind. Really, those who support this war now, and likely did so in it's infancy, is this what you were rooting for? Have we accomplished the result you anticipated by this time? No? Then maybe you should be ok with others dismissing your staunch support now, your not exactly batting 1000."

It is funny somefuk, how you and others against this war seem to think that just because someone supports this war -- that we believe this is part of the war on terror -- that we automatically support the Bush Administration.

It is funny thay you recommend that you tire of people defending the war with righteousness of this crusade and deparate defenseness, when those who oppose the war are just as guilty. The author of this blog wants to impeach Bush. Some disagree and post why that is so. The author posts reason that may not be true so the people who disagree explain their reasons. Should they just say "No...you are wrong...we are right" or should they explain their position? People are passionate on both sides of the discussion...and both, at time, spew self-righousness.

Was our situation in Iraq what I was rooting for? Of course not...I believe no one was. Have we accomplished what we set out to do at this time? No, but I expected this to take a loooonng time. I knew this was going to be drawn out. I knew the enemy would come into Iraq to try to prevent us from the job we set out to do.

So now I pose you a questions. Do you really think us pulling out will rectify the situation? Do you think that all of a sudden that the violence will stop if we leave? Yes. Then I would suggest that you take off those rose-colored glasses, because this is bigger than just a war with Iraq.

AretakSonic said...

big-dan wrote:

"Hey, A-HOLE...needless 9/11's? Watch this!

http://winterpatriot.blogspot.com/2007/04/crucial-video-911-justice.html"

Hey D-Head, if you beleive this crap, you are a F-in moron just like Rosie O'donnel, Charlie Sheen, and the rest of the morons who cannot except the fact that we were attacked that day.

"...and stop the FAKE patriotism, it doesn't work. YOU are against the troops, not us!!!!!!!"

Your an expert on patriotism all of a sudden???? Why don't you stop the FAKE assumption that the US was reponsible for 9/11 and accept the truth that we were attacked.

Anonymous said...

Lone protester in Lakeland, Fl assaulted and battered by Bush hack...

Preface:

Chalk this one up like the time State Trooper Dwayne McElderry of the Florida State Troopers told me he voted for Bush and I shouldn't expect any type of justice when on May 7, 2005 my windshield was smashed on I-75 by three rednecks in a pickup (got their tag too)...

==================================

Last night while protesting the veto on a busy street in Lakeland (like I often do) oftentimes alone... when this PUNK came up behind me, knocked me down and tried to grab the sign from my hands...

the sign read "Bush is a War Whore" and the flip side said "Peace Now"...

I grabbed it back from him and then he grabbed two other signs that I had... I chased him to his waiting car and he shoved me again... it tried to reach in past him and he started driving off with me hanging out of the car...telling me to "fu*K" myself.

little did he know I got his tag number. I called the cops but this is FLORIDUH and I know better than to expect anything to get resolved.

Assault and Battery (two counts)
Petty Larceny (two counts)

So I took my remaining sign and went back to the curb and protested for another hour....


We live in very dangerous times...but stop protesting... Nah... someone's got to do it!

anna said...

check out this you tube video on impeaching george bush

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PYJL1j_ejM

Check out this you tube video link that you may want to add to your web site. Lots of information as to why bush should be impeached.

This North American Union NAU stuff is very spooky - fascism is here by 2010.

We must fight back and stop the globalization by the neocons and bush co!!!! Time for action is NOW!

Check out google video on PNAC and watch the video 911 mysteries

http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=-6708190071483512003&q=911+mysteries for free on google video

Anonymous said...

I am not American, I am just a common citizen living in a small island far away from Iraq and US soil.

However,
I see those eighteen year old kids going back to their mothers in coffins.

I hear the mothers cry in pain and ask why. The father looking gazed.

I think about the Iraqi people suffering every second of their lifetime.

I feel sad and pain for all of them.

So please, American people, "WAKE UP AND BRING YOUR BOYS BACK HOME".

Anonymous said...

Well things are pretty shitty in the world, but at least there is one ray of sunshine..

That lying warmongering cretin Tony 'straight kinda guy' Bliar is at last stepping down !!

Yay !!!

!Ya No Mas! said...

Blah blah stop whining ...

Anonymous said...

Many, if not most Americans are the horticultural equivalent of 'hot-house flowers' . . . and it shows.

Anonymous said...

moore and his fat ass left friends can go and play with them selfs. Moore is just pissed he never had a girl in high school,,, sorry fat ass,, he is such a tool-------god bless america and god bless W

kh said...

Why do we run open IRAQ genocide.

during Hitlers period there was a guilty conscious to it.

Now the CNN Fox CBS Murdoch media make a totally manipulated biased biggoted TV and cable news

Why we have to pay to watch them is like paying to get bashed

Anonymous said...

Why do US taxpayers 14cents in every Dollra goes to ISRAEL

Micheal said...
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Micheal said...

with regards to the troll, I certainly do hope our mission in Iraq fails. This war - unlike the war in Afghanistan - has nothing to do with defending the US. It is an illegal war of aggression, an imperial power grab to seize Iraqi oil for American oil companies and Iraqi territory for American military bases.

The Iraq war is exactly the kind of war which the Nazis fought because they believed they were entitled to invade and occupy neighboring countries in order to enrich themselves and glorify Germany.

All occupying armies have noble-sounding rationalizations to justify their aggression and murder. That doesn't change the hard, cold facts: we have no business staying in Iraq. Saddam is long gone and dead. There were no WMDs. Osama bin Laden is not in Iraq. Iraqis did not attack us on 9/11. There were no terrorists in Iraq before the US invasion. The US has tortured Iraqis in the same prisons which Saddam used to torture Iraqis. Iraqis were actually better off under Saddam than they are now, living in a ghastly sectarian war where scores are tortured and murdered every single day, where you can be killed just for walking in the wrong neighborhood. Iran has been made stronger by the Iraq war and they are the real winner.

So why are we still there? The only reasons I can see are to steal Iraqi oil and land, and to keep Bush from having to admit he screwed up big-time.

Anonymous said...

Here's my "puditry", punditfree:
Hey, WTF (Where's The Filibuster)?

Anonymous said...

Hello Freewayblogger!

I respect your form of protest. It shows that you appreciate democracy and that you care about such important issues.
How can so many Americans be so cold-hearded when it comes to human _rights? that's scaring! guantanamo
is a war crime. spreading democracy is no reason for war. If it would, the US would have to fight many many other wars all over the world.
And a point I want to add as a german: I hate it when anybody says: "that's unamerican!" for me it sounds like the sh** they used
to say in my country when a fascist
regime came to power. For more than
60 years Germany is a free country with critical press. Why do we hear
nothing positive about the wars your leaders are guilty for? because there is nothing positive! but in mayor american press and tv
there is so much propaganda - I cannot believe that the majority of
the American poeple believe that sh** they say on CNN!

open your eyes -

Hans said...

Hello all my first comment here...

This undereducated Mainiac would like to point out after all this "democracy" talk that... AMERICA IS NOT A DEMOCRACY!! One has but to look at the 4th line of our pledge of alliegance for a clue as to what our country is. I'm very very tired of all our officials continuing the propaganda by dropping the words "this democracy" or some such. They also need to have a history lesson!

Next I would ask all the supporters of any war... Who died and made us the world police?? Who decided that "democracy" needs to be spread throughout the world? Who are we to decide Iraq, Iran, China or any other country should change thier form of Government??

Why should our young people be killed in the military because someone decided it's our job as a country to be the world police.. fighting for injustices and oppression??

Why don't we cure our own oppressions and injustices before we impose our righteousness on the rest of the world??

Why don't we feed our hungry? Why don't we provide healthcare, food, and clothing, and housing for our poor before we try to go around the world solving everybody elses percieved problems??

Yes I think massacaring hundreds of thousands is wrong... killing is wrong. But why is it up to America to stop it? Again who made the US the world police?

While I believe the US should have strong "DEFENSIVE" resources in place in today's world... and change comes slowly.. Is anyone else bothered that according to the constitution there's only supposed to be One lawful paid milita? and we have 5?

I agree.. Bush needs to go... He and his cabinet are not the only trouble though IMHO. When we the sheeple allow our country to be run by Lobbyists and big corporat money... that's the problem... and that's the problem with a "democracy" which our forefathers were AGAINST!

Just my 10c worth.

Gene Olszanowski said...

Hey Anon,

Can you answer a question for me? I'm confused about your support for the war.

If our leaders realize we're under attack and Al Qaeda is pouring resources into Iraq, how come there is no draft?

If this war is so important, why are W and the rest of the government relying on volunteers? Our country has used the draft in other wars. How come you and I aren't at boot camp?

Won't our tepid response to an attack just encourage the terrorists?

Is it honorable to commit troops without the full resources of the nation?

orairie thunder said...

Hello terrorists over there in Iraq!!

Hey, it's really cool that I can be posting to a blog from home here in America's heartland, and have someone like you on the other side of the world reading it. And not only reading it, but hanging on its every word for your validation. It's amazing that I have such power to influence your life.

Oh, BTW, I think people who needlessly harm others are scum. I don't care if your name is George W.Bush or Abdail bin Qaddah. So, if my opinion is important to you, knock off the maiming and the killing.

If any of the 2 million Iraqis who have fled the country are reading this, what's your problem?? From what I hear, life in Iraq is much better now than when Saddam was there. Why did you leave? Did you feel unworthy of the blessings of liberty granted to you by America? Well, don't worry about that, we were happy to do it. But if you want to do something in return, just send oil.

One more thing terrorists. If you tire of fighting us over there and decide to start fighting us over here, here's a tip. According to Consumer Reports, the coffee at McDonald's is just as good as Starbucks, but it costs a whole lot less. With the money you save, maybe you could buy something nice for your mom.

Have a nice day.

NATO said...

The American people do not deserve to be lead around by that unrestrained bipolar despot george w bushit.The greedy little puke has made our dear neighbors in the USA some of the most despised in the world.Why? Chart the price of oil from the beginning of the 20th Century to the present.Save for small increases during WWI & WWII,the price rose gradually. "Desert Storm," brought on by g bushit sr. caused a very generous spike,a levelling-off followed. Then g w bushit,with eff all that he could be made to understand in the USA Capital,decided to "go after the "tarrist" that tried to kill my Daddy." Result;the present price of oil world-wide,choking the life out of some economies.In others, causing inflation to rise as it has not since the disastrous early 1980s.Do you think that your children/ grandchildren/ great- grandchildren will thank you for having to take out a 40 Year mortgage to pay for a $500,000 home that in the beginning of this decade sold for under $100,000? Consider the good the TRILLIONS of dollars of USA citizens' hard earned taxes pissed away in Iran/Iraq,YEARLY would have been able to do.It will require the earnings of 2,3 or maybe 4 generations of Americans to pay for the idiocy of these 2 family members.Perhaps even longer for the American people to feel free again,..in the USA and elsewhere in the World.We cannot dismiss the possibility of a World-wide Depression.This,for perceived freedom in a very resistive country with values quite diverse from North America. Why not in Haiti or any number of African nations? Answer;they don't have Oil or a bad guy for the President to play off.You should not feel guilty if you voted for either father or spawn,as you were exercising one of your freedoms. The only "Mission Accomplished" that the Oil Merchants bushit can lay claim to,is having vastly improved the fortunes of their family and their friends,including the Osama Bin Ladens,Hunts, Rockefellers,assorted Saudi Royals etc.Both should have their fortunes removed & "Gitmo" their retirement address.gw bushit recently had his watch stolen while high-5ing some of the people he "liberated."(Ask CNN)That sure as hell did not happen to Ike, Truman or even Richard Nixon...no Nobel Peace Prize for gw bushit.It is time to remind EVERY politician in the USA,(and other Democracies)that they work for YOU.Agree or disagree,I bid you Peace.

Abby said...

You are a true hero! Way to step up and use your bill of rights' freedom. my cousin died fighting in Iraq and I think it was totally WRONG, she could still be here today. This war is so bogus.

sepinanda said...

Impeach bush is one thing, how about the almost majority of Americans who think he has been doing a fine job for the past seven years?!..

"That's the real problem"