Republican Party predicting next 9-11 before 2008 elections

by Mr. Charrington on August 6, 2007

Bush now has more power then Julius Caesar and King George III could claim, now being able to reach in to any country (including our own country and citizens) , extract, imprision and torture anyone in the name of the “war on terrorism” without due process, a war that can be held indefinitely. Republicans are not stupid and know that based on Bush’s abysmal presidential ratings would and will go down in flames unless they can rally the American public behind President Bush via another 9-11 type attack on Americans.

Roberts and other politicians are now saying “we could lose the constitution completely and be thrown into a complete police state before the next election” if we do not impeach Bush Cheney now. Roberts goes on to say: Republican intelligence reports and Michael Chertoff, himself are preparing Americans for another 9-11. Rick Santorum has recently stated that “all this American anti war ‘sentimentalism’ will disappear after the next series of attacks we’re gonna experience” and of course the “national intelligence estimate” is that al-Qaida has regrouped and is stronger then ever. Sound like a setup to you?


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Eric May 08.30.07 at 3:28 am

Accepting the inevitable is apropos of the moment as we, the self-designated victims-to-be, await expectantly of news of that next attack which will ultimately decide what will become of each of us and that country we say we love. Of course, quiescence was once unknown to true Americans who would have never chosen abject surrender to all-out war and victory. But, alas, we are no longer those brave stalwarts of our early republic. Sacrifice, hardship and personal resolve are no longer words that define a nation of wanton pagans and sleazy materialists hellbent in the pursuit of riches and sensual pleasure no matter what the cost to us, our country or our God. And, so, with great reluctance and much sadness, I urge all of you to cooperate fully with those fine-spoken authoritarians of pleasing aspect who will soon come peddling security and well-being as fair exchange for a liberty you dare not hold at a price you dare not contemplate. And, so shall pass our republic in dire ruin. For as surely as day follows night so shall your miserable lives follow the catastrophic loss of your souls.

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