Ever searched for 'Bush'?

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Bariton, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. Bariton

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    That is wrong on so many levels. What will they think of next?
     
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    who lives in the east 'neath the willow tree? Sex
    that makes me wanna go put thousands of wholly inane and meaningless gibberish searches through yahoo just to fuck with them.
     
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    i read about that in our local paper this week - I think it was yesterday. It's so fucked up.

    I'm a google user myself.
     
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    Can't tell you how many times I've done such a search, mostly for our political discussions here. I guess if they pick me to investigate, at least they'll get to see a lot of cock.
     
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    Amazing that they don't think we know that they are liars. In one breath, they SWEAR that no personally-identifiable information will be collected, therefore privacy is protected. In the next breath, they SWEAR that the sole purpose is to find out how much and how often children are accessing pornography on the internet. As the article pointed out, how will they know if it was a child or an adult, if no identifiable information is collected? I won't go into my usual mantra about protecting your own privacy. You do the math.
     
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    I agree.
     
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    I search for bush all the time. Mostly unlucky.
     
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    Yup. Just like TSA swore airline passenger information wouldn't be collected or shared. And, you guessed it, it was anyway.
     
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    everyday it sounds more and more like George Orwell's book 1984
     
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    It never ends. I read, just this morning in the Washington Post, that mr president intends to exert his (questionable?) executive prerogatives in at least three areas. Here is a brief quote from the article:

    "In a mid-morning news conference, Bush told reporters he is skeptical of a proposed law imposing new oversights on his use of the National Security Agency to listen in on electronic communications. He also said that he will block White House aides from testifying about the slow federal response to Hurricane Katrina, and that he will not release official White House photos of himself with former Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff."

    Comments, please, to correct me if I'm wrong... but I interpret this to mean that he is contemplating some strong-arm tactics to quash any attempts to limit his power or oversee his questionable actions; he is obstructing justice in the hearings regarding the disaster in New Orleans; and he is trying to erase any Abramoff trail that leads to him and establishes his illegal dealings with that lobbyist.

    I know some people will say "what's the big deal about him refusing to turn over a few photos?" but think of it this way - one official photo of the president shaking someone's hand is hardly an issue, people have been doing it all the time since the invention of photography. But if there are a fairly large number of photos, and if they were taken either at official functions or by an official photographer, they are public property, and may clarify bush's involvement in this whole mudpit. If the photos are by definition public property, again, he either turns them over or he is obstructing justice. Whether or not bush had direct dealings with abramoff, it would be very telling indeed to discover that he had knowledge of those activities with lawmakers.

    The whole "K Street" scandal grows more astonishing and nauseating by the hour. Our president wants dictatorial power, and it seems that too many people are just going to sit back and say "it's awful, but I can't do anything about it."
     
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    That is what I don't understand. Why aren't we all outraged and protesting? Why are we not demanding accountability? Why are we not demanding impeachment? What has happened to us? Has the far right taken so much power and control that we will never get it back to the people?
     
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    All He has to do now is to start referring to himself in the plural.
     
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    Speak for yourself, sweetheart! LOL The filthy politicos shudder and grit their teeth when they get yet another letter from me. I've been making a list of items I'm concerned about, and plan to make a personal visit to my legislators very soon. All I have to do now is see if their secretaries will set up an appointment for me. If not, well, I'll just have to play one of those "I'm not leaving this office until I speak to him" deals... who wants to put odds on whether or not that would get me arrested and interrogated?

    I'm out there, babe. I just wish everyone else would quit this insanely fucking stupid schtick about "I'm just one person" "I don't have time" "they don't listen" "(choose an excuse)" et cetera, ad nauseum. The first time or two when you write to them, you get an infuriating little form letter saying "thank you for your support. contact me any time." You have to be persistent. If you aren't, well, then you have no one but yourself to blame when we realize that the Third Reich is reincarnating itself, and fast.

    **edit: If you aren't sure how to write an effective, attention-getting letter, please contact me. Please note that writing an abrasive or abusive rant will get your letter circular-filed. To get results, you have to be calm, organized, and persistent. One letter makes him yawn, five or six letters (from various people) raise his eyebrows... an avalanche of letters demanding action will be taken seriously.
     
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    Whenever I search for 'Bush' all I get is 'Cunt'.
     
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