Monday, April 30, 2007


WOW, Bill Moyer's is back on PBS and his first interview was with the incomparable Jon Stewart. If you've missed this amazing interview you can watch it here... Thanks thinkingblue

Bill Moyers Interviews Jon Stewart Bill Moyers Journal t r u t h o u t Programming Note PBS Airtime: Friday, April 27, 2007 at 9:00 p.m. EDT on PBS (check local listings at

Bill Moyers interviews Jon Stewart, anchor of the award-winning "The Daily Show" for eight years, about why so many get their news and analysis from his fake news show.

Veteran journalist Bill Moyers begins his new weekly series, "Bill Moyers Journal," with an interview with Jon Stewart, anchor of the award-winning The Daily Show for eight years, about why so many get their news and analysis from his fake news show. Also on the program: Josh Marshall, blogger and publisher of the influential, gives his perspective on the role of politics in the recent firings of federal prosecutors; and Carlo Bonini, Italy's foremost investigative reporter. -------

Below see a few pictures of Rome on IMPEACHMENT DAY A28. Even people outside the USA know we have to do something about the hoodlums in
our highest office... I was trying to find more worldwide protests and came
across this stupid

Try not to laugh too hard at their silly trite, banal rhetoric... GOOD GRAVY,
THESE PEOPLE ARE SAD... Last night on Bill Maher (HBO) ... (PARAPHRASING)
He said Bush's base is loaded with paranoid schizoids and should have their
freedom to vote taken away... Just like schizoids should not possess weapons
so should they NOT have the right to vote... (It's like saying "in their
hands, the right to vote IS A WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION!" thinkingblue )


Bill Maher: John McCain's not an idiot. I'm sure he knows that it's not safe
in Baghdad, but he has to pretend that it's safe in Baghdad because that's
what the GOP base wants to hear.

We keep hearing that a significant majority of Americans think the war was a
mistake and want the troops out.

And that's true. But those figures are an average of all voters and are pretty
deceptive, because most Republicans are still gung-ho about the war. In fact,
two-thirds of likely GOP primary voters support what Bush is doing in Iraq.
They support the surge. They've swallowed so much Kool-Aid that any change in
their diet would kill them.

What this means is, every GOP candidate has to say the war is going great,
whether they believe it or not, at least until the primaries are over.
Giuliani's very rah-rah about the war, Romney doesn't like to talk about it,
but then he has his own religious jihad to worry about.

But none of them will be able to say anything other than "the surge is
working," or "if we leave now things will get really bad" because the base
won't stand for it. And this means they're going to look increasingly
ridiculous and out-of-touch as the months go on. And there's no way they can
"move to the middle" once the primary is over on an issue like this.

Bill Maher is the host of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" which airs every
Friday at 11PM


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Sunday, April 29, 2007


Protesters demand impeachment as President Bush speaks at Miami-Dade College

Larisa Alexandrovna

Published: Saturday April 28, 2007

Miami - Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Kendell Miami-Dade College
campus where President George W. Bush spoke on Saturday afternoon. Roughly 200
protesters were clustered near temporary fences and an estimated 600 altogether
spent the better part of the afternoon marching and holding signs alongside a
main road near the college campus.

The protesters were commemorating "National Impeachment Day" with a peaceful march while Miami police looked on. The president was escorted in and out of the campus through an entrance on the far side of the campus, where he could not see the protests. Two pro-Bush supporters rode their bicycles in front of the protesters screaming "Commies," but by and large, the rally drew few administration supporters.

National Impeachment Day was organized by a large coalition of center and left of center groups, including A28,, and Progressive Democrats for America. The protesters, however, did not focus only on the topic of impeachment, but also on
reasons for impeachment, carrying signs such as "Out of Iraq" and "No blood for oil."

Among the protesters were Miami-Dade students and some faculty. The protest in Miami was but one of many across the nation, with protesters gathering in nearly every state,as well as Puerto Rico. (See map provided by A28. )



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Thursday, April 26, 2007



Yesterday, I posted the and efforts to try and get the Bush Administration to wake up and BRING OUR TROOPS HOME!

Now today, someone has brought to my attention another courageous cause, called A28 IMPEACHSPACE. This is a grassroots effort to get our congress to start doing the job the American people put them in office to do and that is to bring conformity to truth, fact, or sound reason... One of the first things they must do is to start Impeachment procedures against Bush and Cheney for lying us into a war. For manipulating intelligence to get us into war. For deceiving us into believing there was a connection between AL QAEDA and Saddam Hussein in order to justify a 12 year plus, neocon plan to go to war with Iraq. For the many other infractions these two have carried out against WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES!

Please click on the links below and join this grassroots movement to bring to justice those who have used our laws to realize a pipedream of The Project for the New American Century (The Neo-Conservative think tank that took over the White House. See their plan for American military world dominance here.)

Thank you, thinkingblue

April 28, 2007: Impeachment Summer Begins This Spring!

BREAKING NEWS: Washington, DC, April 24, 2007: Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) has just introduced Articles of Impeachment against Vice President Dick Cheney.

Article I

The Vice President of the United States, Richard B. Cheney, has purposely manipulated the intelligence process to deceive the citizens and Congress of the
United States by fabricating a threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction to justify the use of the U.S. Armed Forces against the nation of Iraq in a manner damaging to our national security interests.

Article II

The Vice President of the United States, Richard B. Cheney, has purposely
manipulated the intelligence process to deceive the citizens and Congress of the
United States about an alleged relationship between Iraq and al Qaeda in order
to justify the use of the U.S. Armed Forces against the nation of Iraq in a
manner damaging to our national security interests.

Article III

In his conduct while Vice President of the United States, Richard B. Cheney, in
violation of his constitutional oath to faithfully execute the office of Vice
President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve,
protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in violation of
his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, has
openly threatened aggression against the Republic of Iran absent any real threat
to the the United States, and done so with the United States' proven capability
to carry out such threats, thus undermining the national security of the United

The full text of H. Res. 333 is now available here, along with supporting documentation.

George Bush and Dick Cheney have lied the nation into a war of aggression, are spying in open violation of the law, and have sanctioned the use of torture. These are high crimes and misdemeanors that demand accountability. Since Congress doesn't seem to get it, on April 28 Americans from Miami, Florida to North Pole, Alaska are going to spell it out for them: IMPEACH! It's time to say NO to impunity for lying, spying, and torture.

Use the new ImpeachMap below to find out what's going on in your area, post a new action, or find
people to team up with. Complete instructions beneath the map. Click here for a full-size version.

Anybody can start an A28 action. It can be as small as
writing IMPEACH on the sidewalk in chalk or as large as organizing 2,000 people
on a beach to make a human mural. Be creative! Some of the ways that people are
talking about spelling it out include: signs, gigantic lasers, toy soldiers,
stencils, LED throwies, freewayblogging, banner drops, light projections,
t-shirts, rocks, skydivers, skywriters, peaches, christmas lights, flags and
balloons. Join the discussion about creative ways to spell it out on A28's new
ImpeachSpace network.


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Wednesday, April 25, 2007


THINKINGBLUE'S PICK and are joining forces to BRING OUR TROOPS HOME. The American people have spoken and told our President that we are fed up with his war, based on lies, deception and A TOWERING EGO.

Bush Jr.'s neurotic desire to become history's most wise and discerning president of the USA has been exposed and his delusional dreams of greatness, to his dismay, will be instead judged sternly and disparagingly.

But yet, like an addicted gambler who thinks, one more roll of the dice will be a winner, he continues with his preposterous quest of somehow turning this disaster of a war into...A SUCCESS!

In the meantime, our young people who once believed in him, are dying every moment he takes breath. Still, he drags his numbed feet in an effort to keep his degenerated plan, alive, no matter the suffering.

Bush, believes he has more power allotted to a president of a democracy and while he lives in this hallucinatory world, our forefather's attempt to give this land, the principles of social equality for everyone, is crumbling.

Please help to stop the degeneration of our way of life by joining any effort trying to curtail the disservice of Bush and his egotistical know-nothing group of neocon think-tankers. Whose only notions, are to prove points and show us unworldly lackeys that only they know what is good for us and our world!

Click the above banner to go to moveon's site and watch again, one vet's opinion of the insanity Bush and Pals brought upon him and all of us who believe in honor and rationality. Thank you, thinkingblue

LOS ANGELES (April 20, 2007) --

Oliver Stone will direct a TV
commercial as part of a campaign by and to bring U.S. troops home from Iraq.

The Oscar-winning director and Vietnam veteran will direct a 30-second spot that will air in about three weeks on national TV. It will feature a U.S. veteran of the Iraq war or the family of a veteran discussing the war's impact.

"They're giving it from their personal experience, either being on the ground or being at home waiting for their mother, father, husband to come home," spokesman Alex Howe said Friday.

Stone, 60, is donating his services, Howe said.

"We have leaders in Washington who say they're `supporting our troops'
-- but the people who suffer most from their policies are the troops
Stone said in a statement Thursday.

"I decided to participate in this project because, as a veteran, I know that America needs to listen to our servicemen and women. They've been there and they know what's really going on. They need to be part of this debate."

The soldier or family in the commercial will be chosen from some 20 finalists by members in an online vote. Video interviews of the finalists will appear on's Web site and on YouTube.

"Stories from veterans and family members have poured in over the past few years and we wanted to provide a platform where they could speak directly to the American people and policymakers," said Nita Chaudhary, a campaigner.

Stone won best director Oscars for "Born on the Fourth of July" and "Platoon." He won a screenwriting Oscar for "Midnight Express."

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Sunday, April 15, 2007

Another sad loss, Kurt Vonnegut has passed.


Kurt Vonnegut, has passed from our Earth. Another terrible loss for those of us who care about this world and frown upon those who seem to be out to destroy it.

We are losing, left and right, the wonderful thinkers of our time. Unfortunately, it seems to be more left than right gifted minds who are disappearing or maybe it just appears that way because it is more devastating when we lose those who help us have a better life. It's with their uncanny, earthly talents, they are able to teach us, how to view the stark, unjust, miserable and sometimes miraculous reality of existence and still stay sane.

No words, from my tired old brain could possibly illustrate the magnitude of this mortal man called Kurt and his climb to greatness during his journey through life. So I spent some time this morning in search of something else, to honor this man. I found a clip on youtube, with the very entertaining Jon Stewart, who interviewed Kurt Vonnegut, and his great wit. Even though, age had whittled down some of his ability to use the quips that once would so easily flow from his wonderful brain, he still managed to SOCK IT TO YA...

View the video and read the poignant essay, emailed to me, about Vonnegut, written by his friend, Harvey Wasserman. But, you'd better get yourself a few tissues... for the tears of joy and sadness that will most certainly, be trickling down your face. thanks, thinkingblue

"True terror is to wake up one morning and discover that your high school class is running the country."Kurt Vonnegut


Peace Be With You, Kurt Vonnegut

by Harvey Wasserman

As the media fills with whimsical good-byes to one of America’s greatest
writers, lets not forget one of the great engines driving this wonderful
man—he HATED war. Including this one in Iraq. And he had utter contempt for
the men who brought it about Kurt Vonnegut was a divine spark of liberating
genius for an entire generation. His brilliant, beautiful, loving and utterly
unfettered novels helped us redefine ourselves in leaving the corporate
America in the 1950s and the Vietnam war that followed.

Having seen the worst of World War II from a meatlocker in fire-bombed Dresden, Kurt’s Sirens of Titan, Cat’s Cradle, Slaughterhouse Five and God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, cut us the intellectual and spiritual slack to seek out a new reality. It took a breathtaking psychic freedom to merge the interstellar worlds he created from whole cloth with the social imperatives of a changing age. It was that combination of talent, heart and liberation that gave Vonnegut a cutting edge he never lost.

Leaving us in his eighties, Kurt also leaves us decades of anecdotes and
volumes of writings—and doodlings—about which to write. But lost in the
mainstream obituaries—including the one in the New York Times—is the ferocity
with which he opposed this latest claque of vicious war-mongers.

Vonnegut gave his last campus speech in Columbus. He and I met here many
years ago, after another speech. Not knowing me from Adam, he was gracious
enough to give me his home address.

Out of the blue, I sent him a book-length poem about the passing of my
parents. I was shocked when he called me on the phone about it. I asked for
his help in finding a publisher. He said to publish it on my own, and gave me
advice on how to do it, along with a blurb for the cover.

From then on we talked by phone. His conversation was always friendly,
funny, insightful. When last I asked him how he was, he replied: “Too fucking

Last year, apparently on the spur of the moment, he agreed to speak again
at Ohio State. It would be his last campus lecture.

When word spread, a line four thousand students long instantly formed at a
university otherwise known only for its addiction to football.

Anyone expecting a safe, whimsical opener from this grand old man of
sixties rebellion was in for a shock. “Can I speak frankly?” he asked
Professor Manuel Luis Martinez, the poet and writing teacher who would
“interview” him. “The only difference between George W. Bush and Adolph Hitler
is that Hitler was actually elected.”

Holding up a book about Ohio 2004, he said: “You all know, of course, that
the election was stolen. Right here.”

Explaining that this would he his “last speech for money,” Vonnegut said he
couldn’t remember his first one. But it was “long long ago.

“I’m lucky enough to have known a great president, one who really cared
about ALL the people, rich and poor. That was Franklin D. Roosevelt. He was
rich himself, and his class considered him a traitor.

“We have people in this country who are richer than whole countries,” he
said. “They run everything.

“We have no Democratic Party. It’s financed by the same millionaires and
billionaires as the Republicans.

“So we have no representatives in Washington. Working people have no
leverage whatsoever.

“I’m trying to write a novel about the end of the world. But the world is
really ending! It’s becoming more and more uninhabitable because of our
addiction to oil.

“Bush used that line recently,” Vonnegut added. “I should sue him for

Things have gotten so bad, he said, “people are in revolt against life

Our economy has been making money, but “all the money that should have gone
into research and development has gone into executive compensation. If people
insist on living as if there’s no tomorrow, there really won’t be one.

“As the world is ending, I’m always glad to be entertained for a few
moments. The best way to do that is with music. You should practice once a

“If you want really want to hurt your parents, go into the arts.” He then
broke into song, with a passable, tender rendition of “Stardust Memories.”

By this time, the packed hall was reverential. The sound system, appropriately tenuous, forced us all to strain to hear every word.

“To hell with the advances in computers,” he said after he finished
singing. “YOU are supposed to advance and become, not the computers. Find out what’s inside you. And don’t kill anybody.

“There are no factories any more. Where are the jobs supposed to come from?
There’s nothing for people to do anymore. We need to ask the Seminoles: ‘what
the hell did you do?” after the tribe’s traditional livelihood was taken away.

Answering questions written in by students, he explained the meaning of
life. “We should be kind to each other. Be civil. And appreciate the good
moments by saying ‘If this isn’t nice, what is?’

“You’re awful cute” he said to someone in the front row. He grinned and
looked around. “If this isn’t nice, what is?

“You’re all perfectly safe, by the way. I took off my shoes at the airport.
The terrorists hate the smell of feet.

“We are here on Earth to fart around,” he explained, and then embarked on a
soliloquy about the joys of going to the store to buy an envelope. One talks
to the people there, comments on the “silly-looking dog,” finds all sorts of
adventures along the way.

As for being a Midwesterner, he recalled his roots in nearby Indianapolis,
a heartland town, the next one west of here. “I’m a fresh water person. When I
swim in the ocean, I feel like I’m swimming in chicken soup. Who wants to swim
in flavored water?”

A key to great writing, he added, is to “never use semi-colons. What are
they good for? What are you supposed to do with them? You’re reading along,
and then suddenly, there it is. What does it mean? All semi-colons do is
suggest you’ve been to college.”

Make sure, he added, “that your reader is having a good time. Get to the
who, when, where, what right away, so the reader knows what is going on.”

As for making money, “war is a very profitable thing for a few people.
Jesus used to be so merciful and loving of the poor. But now he’s a

“Our economy today is not capitalism. It’s casino-ism. That’s all the stock
market is about. Gambling.

“Live one day at a time. Say ‘if this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is!’

“You meet saints everywhere. They can be anywhere. They are people behaving
decently in an indecent society.”

The greatest peace, Vonnegut wraps up, “comes from the knowledge that I
have enough. Joe Heller told me that.

“I began writing because I found myself possessed. I looked at what I wrote
and I said ‘How the hell did I do that?’

“We may all be possessed. I hope so.”

We were joined for after-speech drinks by the professor and several
awe-struck graduate students. Kurt expressed an interest in renewable energy,
so I sent him another book, and he called back with another blurb, and more
advice on how to publish it.

We planned to have dinner. I wanted more than anything to introduce my
daughters to him. But when I finally made it to New York, he was too ill. Now
he’s gone. When a national treasure and a being of beauty like Kurt Vonnegut
invites you to dinner, don’t make plans, hop on the next plane.

The mainstream obituaries are emphasizing Kurt’s “off-beat” career and the
“mixed reviews” for his books. Don’t believe a word of them.

Kurt Vonnegut was a force of nature, with a heart the size of Titan, an
unfettered genius who changed us all for the better. He was possessed of a
sense of fairness and morality capable of inventing religions that could
actually work.

Now he’s having dinner with our beloved siren of social justice, Molly
Ivins, sharing a Manhattan, scorching this goddam war and this latest batch of
fucking idiots.

It hurts to think about it. But we should be grateful for what we got, and
all they gave us. So it goes.

Harvey Wasserman read Cat’s Cradle, Sirens of Titan and Slaughterhouse
Five in college, sought Boku-Maru, and has never been the same. He writes at and

Published on Friday, April 13, 2007 by

Kurt Vonnegut's "Stardust Memory"
by Harvey Wasserman

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Thursday, April 05, 2007

17 questions about 911 - YOU BE THE JUDGE

A friend of mine, emailed me 17 questions one might ask about the 911 conspiracy theory and the answers may surprise you. (Thanks jc)
You can click on the links to gain knowledge for yourselves.. Also, I've included the Rosie O'Donnell clip from "THE VIEW" TV show.

Thanks,Rosie for your bravery to speak your mind (and ours) on the very suspicious movements of the Bush Administration concerning 911 and the Bush/Neocon's Iraq War. thinkingblue

Now that ROSIE has opened up the 9/11 Truth movement to a national
audience, here are frequently asked Q/A about 911. Lots of info in them
links! jc



1. Don't all the high-level officials agree on what happened on 9/11?
No. Numerous present and former high-level military leaders and politicians have questioned the administration's version of 9/11.

2. Isn't 9/11 a partisan political issue, where extremists in one
party are simply trying to smear the other party for political gain?

No, credible people from across the political spectrum question 9/11,
including prominent conservatives,prominent liberals, and prominent centrists.

3. Isn't it disrespectful to the victims of 9/11 and their families to
question the events of that day?

No. Many of the families of the victims question the official story and are
demanding that the truth be disclosed. The same is true of many dying
heroes - the first responders who worked tirelessly to save lives on and after
9/11 - and are soon to become victims of the 9/11 attacks themselves. See
this article

4. Isn't it clear that Muslims carried out 9/11, and the war on terror
is a clash of civilizations and religions? Therefore, isn't 9/11 skepticism
harmful to our faith?

Actually, 9/11 truth is a vital issue for all people of faith. That is why
prominent Christian theologians state that 9/11 was an inside job
and prominent Jewish scholars and rabbis say that uncovering the truth of 9/11 has the power to bring positive, lasting change to our nation and to our world.

5. Isn't this kind of thinking really a psychological problem? And
isn't it promoted by anti-semites?

Not at all. Some very prominent psychologists question the government's version of 9/11, as do many people of Jewish faith.

6. Aren't conspiracy theories anti-American, and isn't all the
questioning of 9/11 part of what's wrong with America today?

Questioning our government is part of what it means to be a patriot and to love your country. People who question 9/11are patriots who love their country.

7. Doesn't questioning 9/11 distract from much more important issues
facing America today?

On the contrary, it is one of the very most important issues facing our
country, and is closely connected with other problems we face

8. But the government would NEVER hurt its own people. At least not
Actually, the U.S. government -- and many other Western governments -- have done so before. Initially, the Joint Chiefs of Staff actually approved a plan to carry out terrorist attacks and kill U.S. citizens and blame it
on Cuba, as a justification for invading Cuba. And a government informant has stated that he tried to stop the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, but that the FBI intentionally let the bombing happen . There are many other examples of
other governments killing their own people for political gain, and
the U.S. government doing killing its own as well.

As additional examples of the U.S. government letting U.S. citizens die based
upon deceptions, many people breathed in highly toxic dust near ground zero,
after the government knowingly misrepresented the risk, going as far as discouraging first responders from wearing masks. The U.S. government also misled the American people into the Iraqi war, causing thousands of American deaths.

9. Terrorists crashing planes into the World Trade Center and Pentagon was
wholly unexpected in 2001, wasn't it?

No, it was not unexpected.

10. But there is always confusion in any battle situation. Wasn't it
the "fog of war" which prevented a successful response to the 9/11 attacks?

It was not the fog of war. Instead, it was the multiple war games, including hijack exercises involving real planes, and the injection of fake radar blips onto air traffic controller's screens which prevented the good people in the
military from stopping the attacks from succeeding against their targets in
New York and at the Pentagon.

11. Wouldn't a huge conspiracy involving thousands of people have been
necessary to carry out 9/11, and wouldn't someone have spilled the beans by now if there really was a conspiracy?

Not necessarily. In fact, a small handful of people could have pulled it off.

12. Let's get back to the government's failure to stopping or
intercepting the attacks. If the U.S. government wasn't perfect in stoping the 9/11 attacks, wasn't it due to a series of innocent mistakes or -- at the very worst -- incompetence?

Initially, the incompetence argument doesn't really pan out, and appearances may be deceiving. And there are many examples of the U.S. faking intelligence in order to promote its political goals.

Moreover, the government has not acted like it is trying to close vulnerabilities or fix problems which supposedly were unforeseeable before 9/11. Why wouldn't such vulnerabilities be corrected if they were the real cause of 9/11?

And there has been a clear government cover-up of the facts of 9/11. Why would the government work so hard to cover up the true facts of 9/11, going so far as to repeatedly misrepresent the facts and change its story, if incompetence was the only problem with the official story?

And, apparently, fake evidence was planted to implicate certain people for 9/11. Why would fake evidence be needed if the offical was true? Do innocent people plant fake evidence?

13. Didn't a government agency come clean about their mistaken
timeline, solving the whole 9/11 "conspiracy" once and for all?

Norad's newest "confession" is just the latest of multiple, completely conflicting versions of what happened on 9/11 (also listen to this interview).

Moreover, the latest statements by the military simply attempt to scapegoat one government agency, since the previous attempts to blame other agencies made no sense.

14. Isn't talk about "demolition" of the Twin Towers just a crazy
theory by a couple of nutty people?

In fact, a lot of credible eyewitness testimony supports this theory, and more and more credible experts are discussing this theory every day.

15. But no one could have planted all of the explosives needed to
bring down the Twin Towers without people
noticing, right?

No, that is not true.

16. If rogue elements within the U.S. government did cause 9/11, why
would they have used bombs to bring down the Twin Towers, when crashing planes into the buildings would have been sufficient to act as a "Pearl Harbor" type justification for war?

Apparently, for its shock and awe effect, which made for a very overwhelmed, afraid, and thus compliant population.

17. I've heard claims made by the so-called "9/11 Truth Movement"
which have turned out to be false. Doesn't that invalidate the whole 9/11

No, for two reasons. First, there are so many lines of evidence which
prove that 9/11 was an inside job, that even if one or two
theories are disproven, the basic thesis still stands.

Moreover, there are some people who are simply sloppy in their thinking, and
who throw out unfounded theories which do not stand up to scrutiny. In
addition, there are, unfortunately, disruptive people who are working hard to
make crazy claims to intentionally discredit the movement. This is a
traditional tactic for undermining those who question the government.


2 whole paragraphs

Posted by ro on April 2nd at 10:55am in in the news

9/11 affected me deeply, as I know it did many Americans. The falling of the
twin towers served to remind me that many of the assumptions Americans have
about their lives are rooted in false feelings of security. In light of this reminder, I have begun doing exactly what this country, at its best, allows for me to do: inquire. Investigate. America is great in so many ways, one of which is the freedom to speak, and indeed think, freely. I have, of late, begun exercising the rights bestowed upon me by the democratic system I value, and the exercising of these rights has taken the form of an inquiry into what happened five years ago, an inquiry that resists the dominant explanations and that dares to entertain ideas that push me to the edge of what is bearable. I have come to no conclusions and, given the scope of the subject, will not for some time.

If the very act of asking is so destabilizing for people, than I have to wonder
whether the fabric of our democracy is indeed so raveled it is beyond salvage.
My own belief is that the act of asking is itself reparative, because it brings
to life the values on which our constitution rests. I am, therefore, pledging my
allegiance, hand over heart, trying, as always, for a rigorous truth.
Rosie O'Donnell


Now, I wonder where Rosie gets her "block-headed", "absurd", "outrageous"
and "clownish" ideas about a 911 conspiracy from? Perhaps, she just lightly
scanned the Internet for clues. One need not delve too deeply to find evidence
of a 911 conspiracy or that it may have been an inside job. Here is a short
film, that is on the website
WWW.MYSTRANGEMIND.COM, it will raise the hairs on the back of your neck.

Watch it if you dare. You will need a google player which can be obtained by
clicking here.
GOOGLE PLAYER Thanks, thinkingblue


Just to play fair (something some right wingers haven't a clue on how to play) Here is a little "GOODIE" from a conservative website. thinkingblue


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