Thursday, June 19, 2008

A Weak Rout of Cheney and Bush

by Robert L. Gisel

Ordinarily I have an inordinate abundance of patience and tolerance in expressions of the viewpoints of others. However I couldn't help but leave a comment on the blog of Two Crabs who evidently didn't realize that "intelligent" is a good quality that holds merit. To quote the blog:

"I'm all for the publics' right to protest, but what strikes me is the odd folks that turn out for political rallies. The majority are rather mainstream folks, but you always get the handful of loonies. And none are loonier than the 9/11 Conspiracy Theorists. Even stranger to me is that most of these conspiracy theorists are high-educated people. Twice in the past month, I've been verbally attacked by these so-called conspiracy theorists in London. One was a British tech guy; the other was an American high school teacher. It's no point even debating these people because they are completely absent of reason, logic and facts. Go figure. Anyway that's my rant for the day."

I am recapitulating my comments to the Two Crabs post here as the point needs to be said as repeatedly as needed until the meaning gets through the drunken stupor.

The Impeachment Resolution that passed the House of Representatives last week is an almost brave gesture. One gets the impression it is merely a warning salvo to keep Bush and Cheny from committing their next insane act, a preemptive air strike on Iran. Once you're on a roll what have you got to lose by going all the way. Yet this is what the resolution fails to do. It parks in committee.

On publicly known evidence alone Bush and Cheny can easily be charged with crimes against humanity as regards the events surrounding The World Trade Towers massacre. This would include Malfeasance of Office, Obstruction of Justice, Accessory to Murder and Mayhem, Aiding and Abetting a Crime Against Humanity and Conspiracy to Defraud. I'd like to add a few charges like First Degree Murder but it would be more than my prima fasci evidence readily allows, though it wouldn't take too much investigation I'm sure.

Here is what I said to their blog post:

"Me thinks you should raise your confront of evil, or trade in your rose colored glasses for some Foster Grants. Or at least cut back on the meds. Shock politics has been in vogue for several millenia that we know of.

"When the brains fall out the back of the skull you know the gunshot wasn't from behind and you don't have to be a forensic expert to see that; even an awake person of moderate intelligence can realize the lone gunman theory of the JKF assassination is completely and utterly bogus. And a cover up.

"Likewise it can be seen by any person, even of lesser intelligence, on casual viewing of well known evidence that the idea that the twin trade towers AND building 7 were each taken down by the singular action of a jet crash is as impossible as the lone gun theory. It's no "loonie" to conclude there's a skunk in the woodpile.

"Ever since September 12th, 2001 I have wondered how our intelligence (not 'intelligent' - different definition) agencies, FBI, CIA, NSA, could be so stupid as to watch it go down and fail to stop it from happening. The intelligence reports were in, down to the date of the happening. No one is that incompetent.

"You say you get this "theory" from intelligent people but that they are loonies, what does that make you? Unintelligent?

"The Bush Impeachment Resolution just passed the House 251 to 166 and while I sometimes wonder how intelligent our Representatives are these are at least honored gentlemen. The 35 charges cover everything but aiding and abetting the 9/11 crime against humanity. The charges do cover Bush's deliberate deception regards the Iraqi war among other purgeries. Thank God someone besides me can see that they have been lying.

"Friendly advice: less beer and your vision will get a little clearer."

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