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They refuse to talk the real truth about 9-11, knowing that all evidence of the fallen structures was whisked away before anyone could investigate the crime scene. This never happens when a crime has been committed. Except, that is, to cover up evidence.

While pretending to chase after terrorists, the post-911 legislation in actual fact is written in such a way as to crack down on vocal people. Witness the Patriot Act's definition of "Terrorism" which includes activists and free speech in its definition. Hmmmm......amazing how more than 20 legal entities across the partisan spectrum agree in that analysis of the Patriot Act's "Terrorist" definition and in its attempts to quell free speech/dissent.

What of the flexible "free speech zones" in the Patriot Act?

Oh, let's not forget that the Military Commissions Act (torture bill) grants the President immunity for torturing people. Torture is defined as invoking pain levels "equivalent to severe organ failure and death".

Who approved this? Congress.

And they refuse to impeach two war-mongering mass murderers who are turning the Constitution upside-down, affecting the quality of life of ordinary citizens in so doing.

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Is the comparison to Charles Manson and his gang an unfair one, under this circumstance? I will let you be the judge.

And guess who is paying these mass murderers? We the People.

Therefore it is we ourselves who are complicit if we remain silent.

Is it time for Congress to visit the psychiatric ward and never come out again? Maybe.

Is it time for Bush and Cheney to visit the psychiatric ward and never be released? There's just no question about it. The answer is "YES" and all partisanships would agree.


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