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While political bobbleheads like Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal broker for power positions as the leader of the next direction for the Republican Party, we've got some suggestions that could save the party a lot of time and money on political consultants.
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Thank you Glenn for your brining people together who have been frustrated with the status quo for years. This is not a Political gathering (R or D) but a gathering to restore honor to the United States of America.
I wish I could makeit but have a scheduled surgery.
I hope my Pastor was invited to his 8/27 at the Kennedy Center.
Glenn you are a great American and understand our Country's roots.Thank you Glenn for your brining people together who have been frustrated with the... more
I went to see Vincent Bugliosi speak before a crowd stuffed to the sweltering brim of a church fellowship hall in Venice, California, last night. I couldn't help but cry with communal relief, standing at the back of the hall amid the bicyclists and babies. Coming home, I slept better than I have in years. The reason: hope. Not the kind of quasi-soundbite hope of Obama "I'll cave on FISA, I'll cave on Iran" speak, but the real and actual action-based hope that we will be able to yank our country out of the hands of criminals.
Bugliosi's book, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, is more important than all of Obama's speeches put together. But we haven't heard Bugliosi interviewed on any mainstream media. Why?
Bugliosi explained last night the difficulty in getting a publisher for this book. Normally, publishers open their arms to the famed inimitable prosecutor. This time, he had to fly to New York for one-on-one meetings. Despite the fact that this book would sell, publishers were afraid -- of what? of whom? Bugliosi had to get the BBC to record the audio book -- no company in the U.S. would agree to do it.
Intimidation of free speech comes in many forms, not only in censorship, not only via a Salman Rushdie-esque fatwa.
What is "too-hot" is the truth, the plain truth we must face, absorb and stomach without convulsing. Once faced, the truth leads to its own required action, and its own consequence.
Bugliosi's book lays out the case and establishes jurisdiction for prosecuting George W. Bush not simply for fraud and conspiracy, but in a criminal court for murder. The evidentiary investigation can begin today. The trial can begin the day Bush leaves office.
Bush's bringing the country to war on fraud, on false pretenses is provable. Bush knew that the evidence he presented to the people and to Congress was a lie. He knew that taking the country to war would result in casualties -- at bare minimum more than 100,000 people have died a horrible violent death. Our dead soldiers, most killed by roadside bombs, come back in caskets in pieces. The families are warned not to open the caskets as the contents are "unviewable." By some counts, more than a million people have been killed.
George W. Bush is clearly, undeniably responsible for these deaths -- by the same joint-responsibility rule of conspiracy that convicted Charles Manson. To me, Bush exudes numbing cold-bloodedness every time he opens his mouth. War is not a game. As Bugliosi piercingly requires us to answer, "Are there no consequences for committing a crime of colossal proportions?" by: Suzanne O'Keeffe
I went to see Vincent Bugliosi speak before a crowd stuffed to the sweltering brim... more