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24 December 2005

Christmas Present

Greetings, many friends,
On this holiday, I give you the best present I can imagine...the implosion of the American government!

It's been coming all year:
25 Dumbest Quotes of 2005

And now it's just about over:
This Call May Be Monitored ...
The New York Times Editorial
Bush Secretly Lifted Some Limits on Spying in US after 9/11, Officials Say
By James Risen and Eric Lichtblau
The New York Times
Bush's Illegal Spying
By David Cole
Bush Vows to Continue Spying on Americans
The Associated Press
Bush: 'I Am the Law'
By Max J. Castro
Progreso Weekly
Senator Byrd: No President Is Above the Law
t r u t h o u t Statement
Did Bush Commit an Impeachable Offense?
By Senator Barbara Boxer
t r u t h o u t Letter
Bush's Impeachable Offense
By Michelle Goldberg
Raising the Issue of Impeachment
By John Nichols
The Nation

That's right, war crimes and destruction of civil liberties mean nothing to the monsters, but they broke a little law, and just like Bill Clinton lying about the blow-job he got under his desk, that's IT.

Even George's Republican friends are turning on him now.
Why Didn't He Ask Congress?
By George F. Will
The Washington Post
Specter Will Question Alito on Legality of NSA Spying
By Michael McGough
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Will Republican Senators Save the Republic?
By Ray McGovern
t r u t h o u t Perspective
Bipartisan Call for Wiretapping Probe

Here's what all the noise is about; in this country, you need a judge's rubber stamp to spy on someone, but they're too important for that:

Electronic Surveillance Laws

Summary of state and federal laws for electronic surveillance, which "involves the traditional laws on wiretapping -- any interception of a telephone transmission by accessing the telephone signal itself -- and eavesdropping -- listening in on conversations without the consent of the parties." Features a chart showing state laws, and descriptions of the Wire and Electronic Communications Interception and Interception of Oral Communications Act, USA PATRIOT Act, and other federal laws. From the National Conference of State Legislatures.

Not to mention all the other trouble awaiting the G in 2006:
Rove Implicated In Santa Identity Leak

Our patience is at an end (thanks, Mrs. Chance):
Impeach the bastards. JC
Agents' visit chills UMass Dartmouth senior
By AARON NICODEMUS, Standard-Times staff writer
NEW BEDFORD -- A senior at UMass Dartmouth was visited by federal agents two
months ago, after he requested a copy of Mao Tse-Tung's tome on Communism
called "The Little Red Book."
Agents' Visit Chills UMass Dartmouth Senior
By Aaron Nicodemus
The Standard-Times

Aw, people like we RADICAL MILITANT LIBRARIANS have brought them down!
At FBI, Frustration Over Limits on an Antiterror Law
By Eric Lichtblau
The New York Times
"While radical militant librarians kick us around, true terrorists benefit from Office of Intelligence Policy and Review's failure to let us use the tools given to us"

And we've got plenty of company...
US Terror Watchlist 80,000 Names Long
Agence France-Presse

Get into the New Order holiday spirit!
Santa joins Indonesian security sweep
Air Force Pilot Accused of Anti-Bush Graffiti
The Associated Press
Holiday Mondegreens -- Same Songs, New Lyrics
Poor Dead Santa

And finally, play a holiday game (thanks, Dorothy):
> Hi Friends,
> Try very hard to score because then you get to hear wonderful quotes from our highly evolved President.

Vive la liberté et vive le screed!

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