Well said, Rick.
The CIA literally has huge warehouses filled with evidence and case files from the past. They archive everything. The idea that they would destroy these dvd's for any reason other than to save their own asses is ridiculous.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 7.12.2007 @ 13:19
Man, I can't tell you how much I love being lied to and treated like a retarded child by this administration.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 3.12.2007 @ 21:31
9/11 was written all over the walls before it happened. It's probably more comforting for people to believe that a conspiracy allowed it to happen, as opposed to believing that colossal stupidity and ineptitude caused to be overlooked. I've read much of the 9/11 commission's report.
If you don't believe that many elements both corporate and government (if the two are even distinguishable) ached for some kind of 9/11 then you are truly blinded. Everything is revealed when you follow the money. Following the money is as enlightening as it is horrifying.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 25.11.2007 @ 02:29
Nah. I'm pretty sure it's big balls. Taking on the establishment isn't exactly easy. I'm a big fan of accountability, which is why I'm a fan of the Kucinich effort. That's not to say I'm a big fan of Kucinich himself. I read all of what he put forth, did you? I seriously long for the day that someone is forced to come out on the floor of the house and actually defend Dick Cheney.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 9.11.2007 @ 11:28
bhmason, I'm starting to think that Kucinich and Paul actually have the biggest balls in the entire government right now.
I guess it's easy to have huge stones when you're right so often.
I would have loved to see a full house debate about Cheney. I would have loved to see anyone at all come to his defense. Anyone who defends Cheney is almost guaranteed to become unelectable.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 7.11.2007 @ 18:44
"Kucinich is serious about impeachment because he is deranged. "
I used to think that until I actually read all of what he put forth in the house. I noticed in your rant that you didn't address any of that. Perhaps it was unworthy of your attention. I kinda like this guy now.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 7.11.2007 @ 14:45
War with Iran is a horrible idea. We need to talk to them. Eventually we'll work something out and their markets will be open to us. Commerce, right? Think of the vast consumer potential there. We already know that Iranian consumers LOVE American stuff. I, for one, can't wait to sell our Chinese made goods in Iran. Everyone wins, mostly.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 2.11.2007 @ 09:56
This is a well thought out and insightful piece. Well done Rick Moran.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 1.11.2007 @ 23:30
The US can't kill Osama. If we do, then we'll just need to get ourselves a new Osama, which would be a serious pain in the ass. They know where the current Osama is. They're obviously keeping pretty good tabs on him. He's more valuable to us alive than dead, especially as a citation for the 'need' to spend astounding amounts of cash on war.
Why on earth would the administration take him out though? He's the most convenient boogyman in the world. He'll be killed (even if he's currently dead) soon as his usefulness to the administration is over.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 26.10.2007 @ 10:47
"It would be tiresome to rebut what Olbermann has laid out as his â€œcaseâ€ for a Bush resignation. If you believe that Bush â€œfabricated in the minds of your own people a false implied link between Saddam Hussein and 9/11â€ then there is no hope for you. You might as well believe in Santa Claus. "
Until I read your post, I hadn't paid much attention to Olbermann. I just youtubed a bunch of his special comments. I know that the above exercise would be "tiresome" for you, so I'm not going to ask you to rebut. After all, it's your blog, and you can write about whatever you want.
Plus, I know that there is no hope for me, but after listening to Bush speak, and hearing him say Saddam and 9/11 over and over again, the implied link is quite obvious. I don't understand how anyone could discount the onslaught of association. Anyone who knows anything about advertising or basic psychology can see what the administration is doing. Asked point blank, Bush denied it. But that's a one time question. When every speech mentions Saddam/Iraq and 9/11 within mere sentences of each other, the unspoken implication becomes obvious. Maybe I should start writing my Christmas list early this year. Santa just might be listening.Comment Posted By tHePeOPle On 24.09.2007 @ 00:00