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Time to Investigate Bush/Cheney 911 Collapse Legacy!

by GEF @ 7:42 PM EDT

Since 9/11/2001 the Bush/Cheney Administration’s Legacy is based on all things collapsing.

First the twin towers collapsed, New Orleans is collapsing, the Constitution and our rights have collapsed, the UN coalition has collapsed, the US economy is collapsing, the US military is collapsing, America’s industrial base is collapsing, Our international friends are fleeing, Congress is collapsing and the Judiciary has been circumvented, the DOJ has collapsed, America’s innovation is collapsing, America’s trust in our Government has collapsed, and our Jobs are all fleeing…all while mainstream TV media is complicitly lying to us about everything.

So I have to ask you:

“What else needs to collapse before Congress rises up and removes these two traitors from commanding our nation?”

Zogby Poll: 51% of Americans Want Congress to Probe Bush/Cheney Regarding 9/11 Attacks

Approaching the sixth anniversary of the world-churning events of September 11, 2001, a new Zogby International poll finds a majority of Americans still await a Congressional investigation of President Bush’ and Vice President Cheney’s actions before, during and after the 9/11 attacks. Over 30% also believe Bush and/or Cheney should be immediately impeached by the House of Representatives. More than two-thirds also fault the 9/11 Commission for not investigating the still unexplained collapse of the 47-story World Trade Center Building 7 at 5:20 p.m. on September 11, 2001.

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) September 6, 2007 — As America nears the sixth anniversary of the world-churning events of September 11, 2001, a new Zogby International poll finds a majority of Americans still await a Congressional investigation of President Bush’ and Vice President Cheney’s actions before, during and after the 9/11 attacks. Over 30% also believe Bush and/or Cheney should be immediately impeached by the House of Representatives.

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HuffPost Interview: Rep. Henry Waxman

Waxman Interview: Secrecy, Investigations, And How The White House Used 9/11 To “Shred The Constitution”
Huffington Post political editor Thomas B. Edsall recently spoke with House Oversight Chairman Henry Waxman, who has led many of the high-profile investigations into the Bush administration over the last year.Read More

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anthony @ 19:50

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from Raw Story

Former US president Jimmy Carter joined the ranks of movie stars like Brad Pitt and George Clooney at the world premiere of “Man from Plains,” the biopic about his life, which premiered Monday at the Toronto film festival.

Taking part in the film festival’s first geo-political talk, taped for television, Carter called for Washington to hold “direct talks” with Iran, laid out his vision for Mideast peace and lamented the “unwarranted and unprecedented” religious fundamentalism that has crept into US politics.

In a stinging attack on US President George W. Bush and his Christian supporters, he said: “I worship Christ who was the prince of peace, not pre-emptive war.”

“A superpower like the United States should use all of its resources … to promote peace,” he said. (more…)

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In the Name of All who Died on 9/11, We Must Act Now

anthony @ 19:40 BST

by Steve Beckow

George Bush says that he entered the “war against terror” to avenge the deaths of 3,000 Americans who died on 9/11.

Three-thousand Americans did die on 9/11 and, even though I am a Canadian and not an American, I honor every one of them. But, in my view, they did not die in an act of foreign terror.

I allege that they died at the hands of unknown parties under the direction of President George Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney.

This September 11, let’s remember how they died and why they really died. Because we now stand on the verge of perhaps the biggest catastrophe that we could ever conceive if we behave like sheep around 9/11 and allow America to go to war with Iran.

Let’s review the events of that day.

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Sudhan@11:05 CET

By Kim Sengupta

The Independent, September 11, 2007

 

 

By the time General Petraeus had finished speaking yesterday the slaughter in Iraq for the previous 24 hours could be tallied. It was not an exceptionally violent day by the standards of Iraq: seven US soldiers lay dead and 11 injured in the capital; other instances of sectarian violence included a suicide bomb which had killed 10 and wounded scores near Mosul while 10 bodies were found in Baghdad. Three policemen were killed in clashes in Mosul, and a car bomb outside a hospital in the capital had exploded, killing two and wounding six.

In Baghdad, on the surface the overt violence appears to have diminished. There are fewer loud explosions. But, the city is now being partitioned by sectarian hatred and fear; by concrete walls and barbed wire. Claims that the US military strategy is paving the way for a stable society bear little resemblance to the reality on the ground.

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