Friday :: Nov 11, 2005

Sic Semper Tyrannis


by pessimist

One of ouor Wrong-Wing Wregulars made this ridiculous comment on a recent thread:

"I'm amused that you think the Congress is all of a sudden abandoning Bush."

Think? Try instead Know!


WELDON DISCUSSES RECENT DEVELOPMENTS WITH ABLE DANGER ON LOU DOBBS TONIGHT (CNN)

Congressman Curt Weldon (R-Pa.), vice chairman of the House Armed Services and Homeland Security Committees, appeared on Lou Dobbs Tonight (CNN) regarding his recent work on Able Danger - a Department of Defense planning effort to identify and target the linkages and relationships of Al-Qaeda worldwide.
Congressman Curt Weldon today called for a criminal investigation into what he says is the most important story of our lifetime.
"Lou, this is a cover-up. It's not a third-rate political burglary. It's a cover-up of information on the largest attack in the history of the country."
Weldon says the army's intelligence unit known as Able Danger, identified the ringleaders of the 9/11 attacks more than a year before September 11, but those warnings were ignored by the Pentagon. Weldon says Able Danger warned defense officials about terrorist activity in the Port of Aden in Yemen, two weeks before that bombing of the U.S.S. Cole in 2000.

The Good Congressman has plenty more to say! You're toast, Georgie! You and Dickie and Condi and all of the other neocon hacks you brought with you to steal your way to world domination.

The True Conservatives are at last on the march!

REP. CURT WELDON (R), ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE:

Louis Freeh just two weeks ago on national TV said Able Danger information was the kind of intelligence that could have prevented the hijackings.

[Lou] DOBBS:

Congressman, you are calling for a criminal investigation.

Obviously, you're not going to receive a great deal of cooperation from the leadership, the Republican leadership in the House or the Senate. You're a Republican - what kind of reaction are you getting as you go one on one with your fellow Congressman?

WELDON:

Lou, the members of Congress want the facts to come out, both parties.

I did a briefing this afternoon for members of Congress, we had dozens of their members and their staff show up. And just within two hours Lou, today, I got 100 signatures.

One hundred signatures from Republicans and Democrats across the country.
Liberals and conservatives to Secretary Rumsfeld demanding that we allow these Able Danger military officers to testify in an open hearing.
The American people need to know the facts. They need to know the truth. Three thousand people were killed, 17 sailors were killed in the U.S.S Cole. The 9/11 commission did not do its job. It's time to get the facts out to the American people.
We failed them in 2001. We had information we should have acted upon. It was denied from being transferred to the FBI and as Louis Freeh said just two weeks ago, could have allowed us to stop the hijackings from having ever occurred.

And Georgie wouldn't have killed over 2000 Americans and tens of thousands of Iraqis - and the American Honor - stealing oil for rich kids and their SUVs.

I've long stated that it was going to take the True Conservatives of this country to take Bu$hCo apart - and it looks like they are now about to get going on that necessary task.

See ya, Georgie! Wouldn't want to be ya!


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