Saturday, March 7, 2009

Big Dan's Big News March 7, 2009

George W. Bush’s Disposable Constitution

Seven newly released memos from the Bush Justice Department reveal a concerted strategy to cloak the President with power to override the Constitution. The memos provide “legal” rationales for the President to suspend freedom of speech and press; order warrantless searches and seizures, including wiretaps of U.S. citizens; lock up U.S. citizens indefinitely in the United States without criminal charges; send suspected terrorists to other countries where they will likely be tortured; and unilaterally abrogate treaties. According to the reasoning in the memos, Congress has no role to check and balance the executive. That is the definition of a police state.

GOP senator would support probe of 'shocking' anti-terror memos

Harpers editor: America had a dictator for eight years

On Capitol Hill, debate has begun over forming a truth commission to shed light on the Bush administration’s secret polices on detention, interrogation and domestic spying. A hearing on the issue was held Wednesday, two days after the Obama administration released a series of once-secret Bush administration Justice Department memos that authorized President Bush to deploy the military to carry out raids inside the United States. We speak to human rights attorney Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights.

Lawmakers Debate Establishing “Truth Commission” on Bush Admin Torture, Rendition and Domestic Spying

Add Bush to your page

The repeat offenders of the law in the Bush administration are serial criminals. They broke the law in previous Republican administrations, the same guys were in Republican administrations as far back as the Nixon administration! (Cheney & Rumsfeld) And they participated in the Iran-Contra Scandal under Reagan, and then they were in the Bush administrations!

Bill Maher's "New Rules" - March 6, 2009

Special commentary by Big Dan: "Now 'radical leftist liberal' Steve Corbett of NEPA's WILK rightwing radiorama thinks people are joking around too much or are too humorous. People like Jon Stewart, who are actually smoking the real corporate news idiots. He spent the last several days defending Rush Limbaugh from critics' attacks, and then turns around and criticizes Jon Stewart for being 'too humorous'. I guess it's 'liberal' to say Jon Stewart is too humorous, and it's 'liberal' to fend off those criticizing Rush Limbaugh. Limbaugh isn't 'humorous', he's only a fascist, racist, chauvenistic hatemonger, so I guess that's why he's defending him. It's now day 799 of the 'leftist radical liberal' Corbett saying nothing about Bush's torturing of human beings or trampling the constitution or laying the foundation for a dictatorship police state as you see above. NEPA's self-proclaimed 'radical leftist liberal' Steve Corbett, who is in solidarity with racist Rush Limbaugh, voted for McCain/Palin, is against legalizing marijuana, and thinks people are 'too humorous'. Corbett fits in well with WILK's rightwing radiorama. Steve Corbett: the Republican with a big, long, gray ponytail."

Tip/Wag - Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh doesn't care what the Constitution says, which is proof that he is the true leader of the Republican Party.

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