Judgement Day: Bush and Cheney

Monday, July 13, 2009 3:25 AM

I guess Doug Thompson is calling for a good old-fashioned witch hunt. (See below.)  The idea presents many problems. For one thing, no one knows what treason is anymore, especially when committed by the highest officials in Washington. Don't such characters have a kind of immunity? They must think so. As a practical matter, who is to sit in judgement upon them?

Did FDR commit treason when he finessed the Japanese into bombing Pearl Harbor in December of 1941, while seeking to make good on his commitments to Churchill to jump into the war in Europe? Did LBJ commit treason when he ordered Navy jets to turn around and not come to the rescue of the defenseless USS Liberty, when it was under a murderous assault by Tel Aviv's navy and air force in June of 1967? The answer is a resounding "Yes!" in both instances.

These Oval Office traitors must have felt supremely confident that they could get away with such effrontery, and that they were invulnerable to the consequences. They were correct. In FDR's case, Washington was shot through with Communists and Communist fellow travelers as well as with Anglophile fifth columnists. The handful of clear-thinking incorruptibles left in the corridors of power had been marginalized. The overriding agenda was to destroy fascism.

By LBJ's time, the Zionists were in the saddle in America, Marxist ideology having lost its punch with educated individuals. No honest person was left in Washington to blow the whistle on LBJ's treachery, because his actions were in service to Zionism, which had taken over as a sacrosanct cause, like the Comintern had been among Western intellectuals at an earlier hour.

The decapitation of Doge Faliero in the courtyard of the Ducal Palace in 1355 was a rare event in history. Faliero committed an isolated act of treachery, for which he paid the price, even though he was head of state. Venice was in its heyday. Our situation is different. The acts of treachery are not isolated or first-time events. When men at the top are routinely committing treason, the country itself is already down the same rotten road as its leadership, and is full of traitors. Few are left to make things right, because they will be destroyed. None dare call it treason.


Update link: “Treason by Members of the U.S. Congress” YouTube, 3/27/2010 


Published on Capitol Hill Blue (http://www.capitolhillblue.com)

Bush & Cheney are traitors: Treat them as such

Created July 13th, 2009

Forgive and forget my ass. It's time to investigate, prosecute and jail former President George W. Bush, former Veep Dick Cheney and other co-conspirators of the most corrupt, scandal-ridden administration in history.

Revelations over the weekend that Bush's domestic spying program was more widespread and illegal than previously thought and confirmation that Cheney ordered the CIA to lie to Congress are more than just the final nails in that administration's coffin. They are proof positive that Bush and his cronies routinely ignored the law and shredded the Constitution.

Bush was, is and always will be a scumbag, a vile meglomaniacal creature who exceeded his Constitutional authority time and again in an unrelenting assault on the rights and freedoms of this country.

His administration, with assistance and compliance from both Republicans and Democrats in Congress, created the Gestapo-like Department of Homeland Security, spawned the rights-robbing USA Patriot Act and turned the Constitution into toilet paper for the Oval Office bathroom.

But Barack Obama, who appeared to have sold both his soul and his balls to become President, told Democrats to back off investigating Bush and his many abuses. We must move on, Obama said, and forgive and forget.  At one time, I agreed, caught up in Obama's Kumbaya rhetoric.

No more. George W. Bush and his henchmen did more to destroy the American way of life than any Islam-spouting heretic hiding in a cave in Afghanistan. His actions in Irag have killed more Americans than Osama bin Laden's attacks on September 11, 2001.

Attorney General Eric Holder broke ranks with Obama over the weekend and appears ready to pursue the Bushites for breaking international law on torture. Democrats like Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy and California Sen. Diane Feinstein say they want investigations into the criminal actions of Bush and his cabal.

It's past time to go after Bush for his many crimes against society. It's past time to put Cheney behind bars for the rest of his miserable life. It's past time for payback for what these bastards and bitches did to our government and our way of life.

These people are traitors to the United States of America. They must be treated as such.

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