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If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react?

 
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If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react?
If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react? We see increasing signs that he is considering the "false flag" terror option, under which he will assume dictatorial powers. Consider this executive order, which allows the President to take away the property of any United States "persons" who "threaten stabilization in Iraq."

Impeachment -- and an ominous Executive Order
[link to cannonfire.blogspot.com]

This post expands upon the previous one, which discusses John Conyers statement that he'll begin impeachment proceedings against Cheney after three more Representatives sign on to Dennis Kucinich's call for impeachment. In the post below this one, I give the names of those congressfolk most likely to join with the fourteen who have already signed up for impeachment.



Cheney Determined To Strike In US With WMD This Summer
[link to www.rense.com]

The greatest threat now is "a 9/11 occurring with a group of terrorists armed not with airline tickets and box cutters, but with a nuclear weapon in the middle of one of our own cities."
-- Dick Cheney on Face the Nation, CBS, April 15, 2007

A few days ago, a group of lawyers from western Massachusetts met with the local congressman, Democrat John Olver. Their request was that Olver take part in the urgent effort to impeach Bush and Cheney. Olver responded by saying that he had no intention of doing anything to support impeachment. He went further, offering the information that the United States would soon attack Iran, and that these hostilities would be followed by the imposition of a martial law regime here.

According to reports in the British press, the Cheney war party has gained the upper hand in the secret councils of the Bush White House, pushing aside the purported hesitations of Miss Rice, Secretary Gates, and the NATO allies to chart a direct course towards war with Iran:
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Re: If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react?
it is disgusting that you continue to use the name of a former poster who is now dead.
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Re: If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react?
Well, since he's so profoundly selfish, and egotistical, I think he'd rather destroy all mankind than admit he was wrong. How did this unevolved medicant get a leadership position like this? He's not fit to lead a kindergarten class in song, let alone a nation. He so sucks ass.
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Re: If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react?
he will react however he is told to react
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Re: If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react?
With a BIG abomb
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Re: If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react?
Well, since he's so profoundly selfish, and egotistical, I think he'd rather destroy all mankind than admit he was wrong. How did this unevolved medicant get a leadership position like this? He's not fit to lead a kindergarten class in song, let alone a nation. He so sucks ass.
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I think you're hitting on one of the most frightening parts of this whole thing. He thinks he gets his orders from god. People who get their orderes from god never believe those orders are wrong and they are willing to go down in flames.

Frightening !
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Re: If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react?
If Bush feels power slip away, how will he react? We see increasing signs that he is considering the "false flag" terror option, under which he will assume dictatorial powers. Consider this executive order, which allows the President to take away the property of any United States "persons" who "threaten stabilization in Iraq."

Impeachment -- and an ominous Executive Order
[link to cannonfire.blogspot.com]

This post expands upon the previous one, which discusses John Conyers statement that he'll begin impeachment proceedings against Cheney after three more Representatives sign on to Dennis Kucinich's call for impeachment. In the post below this one, I give the names of those congressfolk most likely to join with the fourteen who have already signed up for impeachment.



Cheney Determined To Strike In US With WMD This Summer
[link to www.rense.com]

The greatest threat now is "a 9/11 occurring with a group of terrorists armed not with airline tickets and box cutters, but with a nuclear weapon in the middle of one of our own cities."
-- Dick Cheney on Face the Nation, CBS, April 15, 2007

A few days ago, a group of lawyers from western Massachusetts met with the local congressman, Democrat John Olver. Their request was that Olver take part in the urgent effort to impeach Bush and Cheney. Olver responded by saying that he had no intention of doing anything to support impeachment. He went further, offering the information that the United States would soon attack Iran, and that these hostilities would be followed by the imposition of a martial law regime here.

According to reports in the British press, the Cheney war party has gained the upper hand in the secret councils of the Bush White House, pushing aside the purported hesitations of Miss Rice, Secretary Gates, and the NATO allies to chart a direct course towards war with Iran:
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It's not Bush we should be worried about it's Cheney and Hitlery.

Cheney is rumored to be in line for the cia job if McCain gets in.

If Hitlery gets in it isn't known what Cheney will pull....





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