Wednesday, January 24, 2007
SOTU: Bend Over Suckers
Read the little stuff. Forget the convoluted health insurance scheme; it’ll never fly once folks realize it’s about taking another step toward cutting your employer loose from contributing to your healthcare. Don’t forget that this thug and his class came to power to loot the treasury and jettison taxes on the richest Americans. No lie; that was their goal. The dumb klutz the dumb klutzes elected was to be a diversion while industrial guys offloaded our jobs to slaves in
And forget the chatter about
The remainder of the speech was B.S. Doubling the oil reserves? The world is awash in oil; there ain’t no shortage—just OPEC and Exxon, RD, and Chevron. Since the Democratic Congress wants to cut huge subsidies to big oil, don’t worry, they will get the money anyhow: We will slurp all their surpluses with our tax dollars. Real cash, not crappy paper we sell the Party slave masters in
The Real Stuff
When Bush finally got to immigration reform, he said he wanted to “give employers the tools to verify the legal status of their workers.” Hold on partner; how ya’ gonna do that without violating the Constitution’s prohibition of the state keeping tabs on all its citizens?
Remember the talk of a national identity card back in 2003 and 2004? The work behind the scenes continues even if the issue was besmirched then. Yes Virginia, there is an American version of the Stasse, KGB, Securitatae, being organized right now, and Bush wants you to know that. Money is flowing out of the government now to corporate sources like Choice Point to come up with ways for “readers” to pick up on data circuits embedded at birth. Everything about you, everything will be there for a fascist government to use. The technology is there and is cheap.
Put this together with Alberto Gonzales’s declaration that habeas corpus is not a right guaranteed by the Constitution and their ideology and designs come into focus: they want a totalitarian state for the benefit of big corporations.
No unions, no labor costs, no agitators, no freedom.William D. Spier, Ph.D
I believe 90% of the people are stuck in a "I can't believe it can happen in America" mode. . . If it works in Gitmo, Bush and assiciates will surely expanded the loss of Habeaus Corpus for the same self feeding reasons they are using to "surge" into Iraq. Falsity of facts, when used to create a physical situation that goes unchallenged, become pseudo truths.
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