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Bush continues Clinton Agenda
WorldNetDaily ^ | June 22, 2001 | Chuck Baldwin

Posted on 06/22/2002 4:55:30 AM PDT by rambo316

Bush continues Clinton agenda

Posted: June 22, 2002 1:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2002 WorldNetDaily.com

Referring to President G. W. Bush's new Department of Homeland Security, former President Bill Clinton told a gathering of Council on Foreign Relations members last week, "We have been building this for a long time." For once, Clinton told the truth.

What he began constructing following the Oklahoma City bombing, Bush has succeeded in bringing to fruition. America is about to have its very own Gestapo.

If Al Gore were president today, Republicans in Congress would no doubt rise in righteous indignation to quickly kill such a plan. However, with a fellow Republican in the White House, all such opposition has vanished. The bottom line is Bush is pursuing Clinton's agenda and getting a free pass.

Consider this: Bush has already issued 57 executive orders and has already created 47 new federal agencies. His Justice Department has declared that U.S. citizens, whom it declares to be "Enemy Combatants," have no constitutional rights – none. Such people do not even have the fundamental right of legal representation.

Georgetown University law professor David Cole rightly said, "This is really an astounding assertion of authority. It's not just that you have no right to a lawyer, it's that you have no right to even have a hearing. If this is true, then there is really no limit to the president's power to label U.S. citizens as bad people and then have them held in military custody indefinitely."

Furthermore, Bush now says he has the right to initiate first-strike attacks on any nation or people at (his) will. Imagine how future history will record America launching its own versions of Pearl Harbor.

Bill Clinton received more good news from the Bush White House.

Just this week, he learned that Attorney General John Ashcroft is ready to permanently close the government's investigations into Clinton's criminal activities. In other words, President Bush has declared that Bill and Hillary Clinton are above the law.

Beyond that, Bush's support for liberal policies on things such as the federalization of airport security, proposed amnesty for illegal aliens, a boost in funding for Clinton's AmeriCorps program, a worst-ever education bill and a constitutionally-challenged campaign-finance reform bill simply reveal Bush's perpetual propensity to continue Clinton-style government.

In spite of Bush's dismal record, he continues to receive the support and approbation of conservatives, pastors and Republicans throughout the country.

If Clinton would have known that a Bush administration would be this successful in promoting his policies and programs, he would have supported Bush and not Gore in the 2000 election. Maybe he did.


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Read and weep folks. Mr. Baldwin tells it like it is. I know the anti dissenters at FR, will probably attempt to flame me but who cares. We have to be so ever vigilant in watching what the government does.

What is key here, notice how Mr. Baldwin mentions the CFR. Watch out because the CFR is not a good thing.

1 posted on 06/22/2002 4:55:30 AM PDT by rambo316
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To: rambo316
I read Ashcrofts response to the klintoon/gore version of a watered down Patriot Act after OKC, it was a well reasoned attack on the bill based on Constitutional grounds. I wish the man had kept his respect for our Constitution.
Even if most here trust these powers in the hands of a Republican adminstration that "safeguard" will not be in place forever.
2 posted on 06/22/2002 5:16:48 AM PDT by steve50
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To: rambo316
Every "used to be" hero to the BushIdolators suddenly becomes a "commie lover" when they cross the line of pointing out facts about the new regime.
3 posted on 06/22/2002 5:18:21 AM PDT by rdavis84
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To: steve50
When Hillary is implemented the wailing will be horrendous.
4 posted on 06/22/2002 5:19:54 AM PDT by rdavis84
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To: valg
Chilling.

I find all of this so very disturbing. I do not have a good intuitive feeling about this idea of a Homeland Defense Department.

What the heck is going on and what the heck is the true agenda?

6 posted on 06/22/2002 5:45:36 AM PDT by Freeper Lady
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To: Freeper Lady
"What the heck is going on and what the heck is the true agenda?"

Very simply ----POWER.

7 posted on 06/22/2002 6:03:53 AM PDT by rdavis84
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To: steve50
Ashcroft compomised his Christian beliefs...most obviously on abortion in order to get into power. He agreed to enforce immoral law, because it's "the law of the land".

We american Christians have only ourselves to blame for the growing tyranny that comes from a culture that is in deteriorating into. We have compomised and supported the goverment as it walks away from liberty and Godly goverment.

Ashcroft is a good example of the compromise. He said agreed to enforce unGodly immoral law in exchange for power. After all would it not be a good thing to have "one of us" on the inside!!

We are called by God to be obedient and leave the results up to him.

8 posted on 06/22/2002 6:09:03 AM PDT by rebel
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To: rdavis84
"What the heck is going on and what the heck is the true agenda?"

ANSWER:


9 posted on 06/22/2002 6:11:25 AM PDT by Diogenesis
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To: Diogenesis
klintoon is over, the efforts to blame everything on him serve no purpose in addressing the problems now confronting this nation. Are conservatives going to stop using a scapegoat and address the issues that face us, or will we still be blaming everything on that buffoon in 08 when we show our smart card at internal checkpoints. I fear the latter.
10 posted on 06/22/2002 6:30:00 AM PDT by steve50
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To: rambo316
It has been unbelievable watching this forum deteriorate into a bunch of social democrat lapdogs for the state. We are giving the government the tools to squelch dissent, appropriate broadcast time for their own propaganda, and seize anyone whom ONE PERSON determines is an enemy combatant. And here's the really awful part: You can't even get a hearing to contest being labelled an enemy combatant! At the same time, we have a RINO who can't go two days without dreaming up ways to INCREASE our 2.3 TRILLION DOLLAR budget!

Unbe-****ing-lievable.

11 posted on 06/22/2002 6:30:22 AM PDT by SteamshipTime
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To: steve50
I wish the man had kept his respect for our Constitution.

He wanted to,but it clashed with his respect for his job and position.

12 posted on 06/22/2002 6:38:04 AM PDT by sneakypete
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To: valg
..(Read the rest of this law passed by hitler on april 26 1942, in - the rise and fall of the third reich by william shirer, pub 1960. page 867. It will make you sick. Read the first 350 pages of this book written by an eye an witness to the facts, and you will see just where we are going.

Why do you think I call his crowning acheivement "The Office of Reich Security"?

13 posted on 06/22/2002 6:40:00 AM PDT by sneakypete
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To: Diogenesis
AAACCCCKKKK! All those "Men in Black",and one alien from another solar system! And I thought it was just a movie!
14 posted on 06/22/2002 6:42:10 AM PDT by sneakypete
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To: Freeper Lady
What the heck is going on and what the heck is the true agenda?

Sorry, that information can only be released on a need to know basis. :-(
15 posted on 06/22/2002 6:43:47 AM PDT by cgbg
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To: steve50
"klintoon is over, the efforts to blame everything on him serve no purpose in addressing the problems now confronting this nation. Are conservatives going to stop using a scapegoat and address the issues that face us, or will we still be blaming everything on that buffoon in 08 when we show our smart card at internal checkpoints. I fear the latter."

They will when it's too late. When it becomes Personal to them. When someone they know is directly affected.

"Til then, it'll be Clinton Did It! 800 FBI Files (they're not even accurate on that, it was well over 1000) that CLINTON'S FBI turned over without a peep. No consideration or even a passing thought that if there's Blackmail material in them on ANY Congressperson, they DESERVE to be outed. After all, they're only our Leaders!

16 posted on 06/22/2002 7:07:57 AM PDT by rdavis84
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To: rambo316
either you are for liberty and freedom, or tyranny and a huge federal govt.

hear that bushy koolaiders?

17 posted on 06/22/2002 7:17:26 AM PDT by galt-jw
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To: rambo316
"If Clinton would have known that a Bush administration would be this successful in promoting his policies and programs, he would have supported Bush and not Gore in the 2000 election."



Of course Bush is successful in promoting Clinton policies. There are far fewer on the right willing to take on Bush than there would be willing to take on Clinton over the same policies. Remember the saying "Only Nixon could go to China". In some ways, Bush is even more a threat to the conservative cause that Clinton was.
18 posted on 06/22/2002 8:12:09 AM PDT by rob777
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To: Freeper Lady
and what the heck is the true agenda?

World Empire. But they're going about it the wrong way.

19 posted on 06/22/2002 9:48:12 AM PDT by DAnconia55
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To: rambo316
His Justice Department has declared that U.S. citizens, whom it declares to be "Enemy Combatants," have no constitutional rights – none.

What puzzles me most about this is the timing. This concept of "enemy combatant" for a U.S. citizen wasn't formulated until Jose Padilla, the "dirty bomber" was arrested and promptly hidden away in a brig.

Meanwhile, Johnny Walker Jihad, a true enemy combatant, and a U.S. citizen, has an attorney and is getting a trial, as are two non-citizens, Moussaoui and Reid. All three of these have proven themselves dangerous creatures by acts, not intent. And yet Padilla is treated as a far worse villain.

I can't help but wonder what there is about Padilla that makes it mandatory that he be kept incommunicado forever. Could it be that he really is linked to the Oklahoma City bombing? The government's treatment of him defies logic in comparison to the other three, and opens the Justice Department to ridicule even by those who have no concerns about the Constitution.

20 posted on 06/22/2002 10:22:23 AM PDT by browardchad
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To: Free the USA; Fish out of Water; Libertarianize the GOP; A. Pole; Agrarian; Alamo-Girl; Anthem; ...
ping
21 posted on 06/22/2002 11:33:16 AM PDT by madfly
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To: rob777
In some ways, Bush is even more a threat to the conservative cause that Clinton was.

I've been thinking that for a while now. What better way to destroy a movement than from the inside?

22 posted on 06/22/2002 11:42:15 AM PDT by Dawgsquat
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To: galt-jw; Constitution Day; 4ConservativeJustices; stainlessbanner
America is about to have its very own Gestapo.

Ping to you gentlemen.

Meet the new boss
Same as the old boss

Tariffs, CFR, caving in on every possible conservative view, oh yeah but I forgot 'conservatives' are in power and he's 'building a coalition'. The same tripe I'm told when I speak out against the coronation of Giddy here in NC. If this is conservative, let me off the merry-go-round now. Bush is, has been, and will be for the rest of his one term presidency (we can only hope, 4 more years of this and we'll all be living in boxes because it's 'safer' for us) a sell out. He has left the Conservative Right in his tracks. Used them for what he needed and moved on. He is a centrist at best, and I don't care if the entire Senate turned Republican tomorrow, it wouldn't help a single thing. The type judges he would elect if the Republican party wins the Senate will be only a shade of what conservatives stand for. Both parties have thrown away the Constitution and are just winging it to stay in power

23 posted on 06/22/2002 11:51:28 AM PDT by billbears
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To: rdavis84
Why doesn't Miss Marple and Howlin show up on these kinds of threads?
24 posted on 06/22/2002 12:10:44 PM PDT by It'salmosttolate
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To: rambo316
Get used to it folks, if you're in the conservative wing of GW-Blueblood's voting block the message is you can kiss his arrogant ass. Your input is no longer needed or important but thanks for crawling across all that broken glass..... sucker.

"Rewards are necessary in order to make the soldiers see the advantage of beating the enemy; thus, when you capture spoils from the enemy, they must be used as rewards, so that all your men may have a keen desire to fight, each on his own account."
Sun Tzu, "The Art of War"

25 posted on 06/22/2002 12:16:17 PM PDT by AAABEST
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To: browardchad
Some info here on 'combatants'

http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/ scripts/getcase.pl?court=US&am p;vol=317&invol=1
26 posted on 06/22/2002 12:30:33 PM PDT by deport
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To: It'salmosttolate
They'd rather make untrue claims on posts like this one -----  

http://www.galvnews.com/report.lasso?wcd=258

Airport With bin Laden, Bush Ties To Close ^
      Posted by Howlin to rdavis84
On News/Activism ^ Jun 22 3:25 PM #10 of 15 ^

This is YOUR title.

You are baiting

"This thread has been deleted."

 If you click on the link you'll note that IS the title of the Article from the Galveston News.

But somebody doesn't like information about ties to the Arabs and the Bush Family, do they?

Airport With bin Laden, Bush Ties To Close ^
      Posted by rdavis84
On News/Activism ^ Jun 22 12:30 PM with 14 comments


GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS ^ | January 28, 2002 | Ted Streuli
GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS Texas' Oldest Newspaperhttp://www.galvnews.comCopyrigh © 2002 Galveston County Daily NewsAirport with bin Laden, Bush ties to closeBy Ted Streuli The Daily NewsPublished January 28, 2002LEAGUE CITY — Houston Gulf Airport is closing. The small airfield that caters to private planes has been sold to developers, said Airport Manager Helen Paige, and the 75 airplanes housed there will have to find new accommodations by April 1. The airport opened in 1967 and became an often-mentioned piece of real estate in news stories because its ownership history tied business interests of President Bush to the bin Laden family and Sheik...

27 posted on 06/22/2002 3:17:07 PM PDT by rdavis84
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To: It'salmosttolate
There's no ability to contest deleting an article. If it's an uncomfortable article it's deleted, no matter what the source, adherence to posting guidelines, correct placement of the article, just "I don't LIKE that One".
28 posted on 06/22/2002 3:21:43 PM PDT by rdavis84
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To: rambo316
Watch the selected deletions on this thread.
29 posted on 06/22/2002 3:22:45 PM PDT by rdavis84
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To: SteamshipTime
It has been unbelievable watching this forum deteriorate into a bunch of social democrat lapdogs for the state.

In other words, Steamship can't believe that his/her tin foil theories have no "traction".

Oh BTW, Chucky Baldwin is the epitomie of the definiton of "malcontent", meaning he just complains about everything..

30 posted on 06/22/2002 3:24:29 PM PDT by Dane
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To: sneakypete
Please read my reply to Itsalmostolate with the details. The heavy hand is busy today. Always a sign that the boy in D.C. is looking bad.
31 posted on 06/22/2002 3:24:35 PM PDT by rdavis84
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To: Dane
Even Rush Limbaugh is seeing the mess.
32 posted on 06/22/2002 3:25:52 PM PDT by rdavis84
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To: rdavis84
Even Rush Limbaugh is seeing the mess

Yup the mess Rush made, by bashing Bush using the NYT as his primary source. He has been off the air for a week probably licking his own self induced wounds.

33 posted on 06/22/2002 3:29:49 PM PDT by Dane
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To: rdavis84
If whatever's in those files has kept ANYONE from doing what is right for the country, that person does NOT deserve to hold the office entrusted to him (or her).
34 posted on 06/22/2002 3:48:26 PM PDT by DLfromthedesert
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To: Dane
Sometimes I agree with Baldwin, but the more I read him, I agree that critiism is usually his frame of reference. He also tends to use vitriole for its sake only without facts.
35 posted on 06/22/2002 4:30:46 PM PDT by Angelique
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To: rdavis84
Taken solely in the context of this forum, the visual image I get of howlin and the rest of the thought police in their brown shirts, marching the cyber-streets, abuse and delete buttons in hand, engaging in their version of the "night of the long knives" is absolutely laughable.

Then I realize that chances are, they vote in the meat world. Thats not funny.

Regards

J.R.

36 posted on 06/22/2002 4:44:39 PM PDT by NMC EXP
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To: DAnconia55
You may be very close to hitting the nail on the head.
The future looks very bleak.
I'm told that means I should "have a beer and chill".
I tell my kids to plan a life accordingly and say "pay your taxes and smile".
37 posted on 06/22/2002 4:50:31 PM PDT by BenLurkin
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To: Dane
You are way out of your league with me, pardner.
38 posted on 06/22/2002 4:51:00 PM PDT by SteamshipTime
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To: rambo316
bush, clinton, bush, reagan, carter, ford, nixon, johnson, all the way back to wilson and then some, have been continuing to push the worlds people into world rule.

It's just more blantant since the CFR's members created the UN to aid their agenda.

They openly praise their god with pagan agendas.

On February 1, 1992 president george herbert walker bush stated:

"My vision of a New World Order forsees the UN with a revitalized peacekeeping function. It is the sacred principles enshrined in the UN charter to which we henceforth pledge our allegiance."

You know the UN charter that Alger Hiss (known Russian spy and CFR member) wrote.

Stalin said America would be taken down with a war of concessions, and that's what's happening. We are excusing ourselves right out of our country and dooming our children to a future of slavery.

"The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism. But under the name of 'Liberalism', they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program, until one day America will be a socialist nation, without knowing how it happened."

Norman Thomas, U.S. Socialist Party Presidential candidate.

Well "We" do know how it's happening and who's doing it, but we are afraid to confront them.

I relate this to breeding. Like the serfs centuries ago, we choose to remain silent hoping we won't be touched. That somehow we will sneak by.

Well, they are going for the whole enchalada this time and everyone will be touched.

Hey, isn't there a ballgame on, we can deal with this later.

Someone will have to deal with it, are we going to leave it up to our children to fight our battles? Have we become that yellow?

James Paul Warburg (son of Paul Moritz Warburg, chief architect of the Federal Reserve Act), boasted confidently on February 17, 1950 before the U.S. Senate:

"We shall have World government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World government will be achieved by conquest or consent."

It looks to me like the American people have decided to consent to the overthrow of America.

Most animals will fight to protect their young, that's admirable. What we as American's are allowing to happen to our children is pathetic.

How can they defend themselves, against what they won't be allowed to know?

39 posted on 06/22/2002 4:51:49 PM PDT by Eustace
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To: Eustace
How can they defend themselves, against what they won't be allowed to know?

Have you seen this? Frankly I am getting sick of this sort of crap. This administration has done little to help assure the safety of our homeland. Now they apparently want to make sure nobody snitches on them.

June 22, 2002

Security bill bars blowing whistle

By Audrey Hudson
THE WASHINGTON TIMES

A provision in the bill seeking to create a Homeland Security Department will exempt its employees from whistleblower protection, the very law that helped expose intelligence-gathering missteps before September 11.

The legislation now before Congress contains a provision allowing the director of the proposed agency to waive all employee protections in Title V, including the Whistleblower Protection Act. The act protects government employees from retaliation or losing employment for speaking out on waste, fraud and abuse.

FBI Agent Coleen Rowley blew the whistle on her agency for mishandling a probe of terrorist suspect Zacarias Moussaoui, who has been indicted by a federal grand jury on six counts of conspiracy in the September 11 attacks. Mrs. Rowley testified before a Senate panel earlier this month that a "climate of fear" prevented an aggressive investigation of the man whom authorities believe was to be the 20th hijacker.

As the 21-year veteran testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, President Bush proposed the new Cabinet position in a prime-time televised address.

The protection exclusion has concerned members of Congress and civil-liberties activists. "I don't think we want to just let a provision like that sail through without taking a close look at it," says Rep. Bob Barr, Georgia Republican.

"If you look back at recent history, it has been a very, very important aspect of ferreting out the truth regarding government actions. Much of what we know that went wrong in the White House in the '90s was initially highlighted by special agent Aldrich." The reference is to Gary Aldrich, who wrote "Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House."

Sen. Charles E. Grassley, Iowa Republican, sent a letter Wednesday to Tom Ridge, White House homeland security adviser, asking that the administration guarantee full application of the act to employees of the proposed department. "Whistleblowers are key to exposing a dysfunctional bureaucracy," Mr. Grassley says.

Since the September 11 terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center, government agencies have placed a greater emphasis on secrecy and restricted information for security reasons, he says. "With these restrictions come a greater danger of stopping the legitimate disclosure of wrongdoing and mismanagement, especially about public safety and security. Bureaucracies have an instinct to cover up their misdeeds and mistakes, and that temptation is even greater when they can use a potential security issue as an excuse."

The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service last month was required to pay back wages and cancel suspension and demotion orders for two Border Patrol agents who told a newspaper about security problems along the U.S.-Canadian border.

The agents, assigned to the INS field office in Detroit, were recommended for discipline after they told the Detroit Free Press that Michigan's border lacked the resources to adequately protect the country from terrorists. Agents Mark Hall and Robert Lindemann said the 804 miles of shoreline border were guarded by 28 field agents, one working boat, several damaged electronic sensors and one broken remote camera. They were cited for not following instructions not to talk to reporters and recommended for 90-day suspensions and one-year demotions.

The exclusion of the whistleblower law is also opposed by the American Civil Liberties Union, which says protections against retribution for those such as Mrs. Rowley would not exist in the new agency.

"It's very scary. The public needs to know what the government is doing," says Tim Edgar, legislative counsel for the ACLU. "Sometimes, it hurts Democrats; sometimes, it hurts Republicans, but it's always informative and even more necessary to protect whistleblowers in homeland security than any other government agency. It's not just tax dollars spent wisely, but doing what we need to do to keep people safe."

Other elements of the plan are long on secrecy and short on accountability, Mr. Edgar says.

The department would not be required to release information under the Freedom of Information Act. This would eliminate the agency's responsibility to answer questions from the public. Advisory committees that normally include public input would be immune, and the Cabinet secretary would have veto power over inspector general audits and investigations.

"We need to know real facts, and not just spin from the agency," he says. · Jerry Seper contributed to this report.

40 posted on 06/22/2002 8:05:02 PM PDT by Tancredo Fan
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To: Tancredo Fan
The only thing that surprises me anymore, is how much "american's" are willing to swallow.

But I guess that makes us good whores, we'll swallow anything.

Personally, I spit, bite, swear, kick, whatever so that when I look in the mirror, I don't see a PUNK.....

PEACE

41 posted on 06/22/2002 8:18:46 PM PDT by Eustace
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To: Eustace
The only thing that surprises me anymore, is how much "american's" are willing to swallow.

It's amazing how we've seemingly become a nation of pansies. Shameful.

42 posted on 06/22/2002 8:28:39 PM PDT by Tancredo Fan
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To: rdavis84
Howlin really checked that one out before she popped her cork didn't she?
43 posted on 06/22/2002 8:29:01 PM PDT by Registered
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To: deport
We're not all attorneys here, got a summary of that link anywhere?
44 posted on 06/22/2002 8:30:06 PM PDT by Registered
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To: rdavis84
BTW, I'm beginning to figure out what the "loose lips sink ships" means prior to posting ;-)
45 posted on 06/22/2002 8:31:43 PM PDT by Registered
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To: rdavis84
When Hillary is implemented the wailing will be horrendous.

She won't survive.

46 posted on 06/22/2002 8:36:09 PM PDT by jslade
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To: billbears
What's the differnece between dims and 'pubies?

Dims have cajones and a backbone. Theres nothing wrong with "R"'s, they need to stand their ground. They might enjoy winning for a change.

47 posted on 06/22/2002 9:52:40 PM PDT by 4CJ
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To: rambo316
Chuck should stick to writing about stuff he knows, because he's out on a very fragile limb here.

First, there is nothing new about Clinton's announcement; in my own column from LAST YEAR see here I talked about the plan that Bush was implementing. Was it drafted under Clinton's administration? Yes. But it was compiled from a number of different sources, tapping the brilliance of many people. This wasn't something The Impeached Rapist came up with on his own, so Chuck should settle down.

Lest Chuck forget, some of the most DAMNING information on TIR came from the General Accounting Office and the Congressional Research Service of the US. Not every person who worked in Washington during TIR's term was gulping down the Clinton Kool-Aid.

Gee, we did a nuclear asssessment report every year, too. Does that mean TIR invented nuclear warfare? Gimme a friggin' break, already.

News flash, ladies and gents, the President already has the authority to launch nukes WITHOUT a formal declaration of war or Congressional approval. He's had it since long before Bush came to office. In the event of an emminent nuclear attack, he's not going to wait for the bombs to hit before retaliating. In some cases, the decision may not even be in his hands see here. The butt-wipes in TIR's regime didn't even know about this!

Moreover, Bush has access to intelligence information Mr. Baldwin could only dream about. If he knows a foreign country is preparing to launch nukes against US, what should he do? Sit back and wait for 20 million people to die first? Then Mr. Baldwin would be BITCHING that we didn't do anything about it, wouldn't he?

Finally, Mr. Baldwin needs to spend more time with the folks at the FBI ITT; foreign operatives ARE HERE; they have been here for years! They are latching onto pissed-off "pity me, I hate America" types and USING THEM AGAINST US.

Chuck is SPOT-ON about amensty, CFF, and other issues, but from what I can see, he's grossly uninformed about the rest.

48 posted on 06/22/2002 10:49:30 PM PDT by TheWriter
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To: Eustace
"On February 1, 1992 president george herbert walker bush stated:

"My vision of a New World Order forsees the UN with a revitalized peacekeeping function. It is the sacred principles enshrined in the UN charter to which we henceforth pledge our allegiance."

Daddy Bush did two things in that statement that I consider 1.) Blasphemous and 2.) Treasonous

BLASPHEMOUS = "sacred principles enshrined" ----- there is nothing "Sacred" in ANYTHING the U.N. Writes.

TREASONOUS = "pledge our allegiance" ------ Has he EVER believed in pledging allegiance to our Nation? That's where our "allegiance" is correctly directed. With our TRUST in God. That's what Made our Nation Great, not a bunch of satanic Globalists.

49 posted on 06/23/2002 3:46:15 AM PDT by rdavis84
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To: rdavis84
Bump.
50 posted on 06/23/2002 4:26:13 AM PDT by brityank
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