News you’ll find everywhere but in America

This post was written by marc on May 28, 2007
Posted Under: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

You would think that news that Bush stole the 2004 election too would make the news. It did. But not here in America. The BBC broke the news as the top story about “voter caging” in the 2004 election. Caging is a way of massively disqualifying voters. It’s a go to jail felony that was revealed last week when Monica Goodling testified that the justice department was involved in rigging the 2004 election.

Similarly just a few days ago Bush signed a directive granting himself extraordinary powers in the event he declares an emergency. The orders designated NSPD-51, as a National Security Presidential Directive, and HSPD-20, as a Homeland Security Presidential Directive, gives Bush the powers of a dictator. Yet you won’t see that story in America’s news.

What we do know is that Paris Hilton is going to jail, Britney Spears is a tramp, and Lindsay Lohan crashed her car DUI. That’s why we need to have a Clinton as president again because when Clinton was president if the presidents 5th cousin worked for the government it was a major scandal. With Bush as president the news is suppressed. If not for the Internet we wouldn’t know what’s happening in our own country. We think it’s bad when Hugo Chavez takes over the media in Venezuela but the same thing has already happened here. America has a dictator and the media is his state run propaganda machine.

Voter Caging

Bush orders to be Dictator

Reader Comments

This is down right scary. Why does it seem that this directive could be used …. oh lets say…. to maybe postpone a presidential election. He might seem it to be a national emergency in Iraq at some point and see some need to keep himself president.

Written By John on May 29th, 2007 @ 6:19 pm

The link between this white house & the MSM makes correcting things seem impossible. Have you written about Murdoch and the WSJ?

Written By infotainment on June 3rd, 2007 @ 2:08 pm

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