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2007: The Year in Evidence

By David Swanson

The past year has seen the public exposure of enough evidence of old, ongoing, and new crimes, abuses of power, and impeachable offenses by George Bush and Dick Cheney that in any remotely representative democracy, these two thugs would be out of office and behind bars. The chief reason this does not shock us is that the same could be said, and was said, of each of the previous six years. It's been quite a millennium so far for Washington, D.C.

Some of us began this year expecting something different. We had worked to elect Democratic majorities in Congress so that we might move in the direction of impeachment. If we didn't get to impeachment right away, we thought, at least real investigations with the power of subpoena would push a reluctant Congress in the right direction. With House committees having come within a vote of starting investigations, with the Democrats having shut down the Senate to try to force an investigation, with Chairman-to-be John Conyers having published a book on Bush and Cheney's crimes and held unofficial hearings in the basement, we had reason to be hopeful.

We are, alas, forced to place our hopes in 2008. Some of the 2007 evidence below was exposed by Congress, but most of it was unearthed by book authors, bloggers, independent reporters, federal prosecutors, and the corporate media. With the Democratic majorities came a complete ban on congressional investigations of war lies (not to mention an end to serious efforts to end the occupation of Iraq). Other investigations proceeded cautiously and at a glacial pace - and with no ultimate objective, Speaker Nancy Pelosi having declared impeachment "off the table." It took over 4 months for the opposition party to issue its first subpoena. In June there was a minor burst of subpoenas. But it was quickly established that Bush, Cheney, Condi, and their underlings, would never comply with subpoenas, and that Bush would even (feloniously) order former staffers not to comply. The Democrats let it go at that and largely stopped trying to compel incriminating testimony. That the House Judiciary Committee had, a single generation back, passed an article of impeachment against a president for refusing a subpoena was buried in our national amnesia.

In 2007 we saw the departure of Karl Rove, Alberto Gonzales, Doug Feith, and other Bush cronies, but without public accountability or criminal punishment, and without accountability for their bosses. Having unilaterally disarmed by stripping impeachment from the Constitution, the Democrats in 2007 could only play at oversight on television, which left them subject to the owners of the television networks. This was a replay of the Democrats' restraint in the rigged Iran-Contra hearings. The goal of that unconstitutional restraint had been electoral victories, but the result had been losses and the creation of the Bush dynasty.

The result in 2007 was a lot of smoke, but no fire. In fact, the new Congress passed new legislation further stripping us of our Constitutional rights, and every now and then let slip a hint at the depth of bipartisan complicity. The year began with Senator Dick Durbin explaining that he had known before the Iraq invasion that the White House was lying to the public, but that he had not dared to say so for fear of disclosing classified information. The year closed with the revelation that Nancy Pelosi was one of a group of leading Congress Members informed of U.S. torture policies five years ago. She, too, dared not say anything, and still has said nothing. Maybe 2008 will be the year in which she finds her voice.

As you read through the following evidence, please bear in mind a couple of key points.

1. We didn't need any of it, or any of the previous year's evidence. We've had enough solid evidence for a 5-minute slam-dunk (than you, George) impeachment for years now. Here are the highlights:

2. While none of this is about sex, and all good impeachments simply must be about sex, we have learned in recent years of CIA prostitute parties and Halliburton gang rapes. And if that's not enough to convince you that something is rotten in the state of the Homeland, we learned in 2007 that (quick, cover your children's eyes) . . . "Bush Promised to Kiss Blair's Ass."


Here is a collection of the outstanding subpoenas yet to be obeyed:

Here are a few choice related headlines with links to the articles you'll want to savor as you look back across the past year of not having a clue what your government was up to:

A National Archives official reveals what the veep wanted to keep classified--and how he tried to challenge the rules

Cheney Won't Even Say Who Works in His Office

Bush Won't Say Where His Prisons Are

Vice President Exempts His Office from the Requirements for Protecting Classified Information

Bush Claims Oversight Exemption Too

Bush Orders Miers Not to Testify

Justice Dept. to White House officials: Ignore Congress

Whistle-blowers Face Punishment in Iraq; Contractors Say U.S. Military Jailed, Tortured Them for Reporting Fraud


2007 was the year of the unitary executive, as Congress and the courts largely stepped out of the picture. And the unitary executive had a lot of executivizing to do:

New Report Shows Bush's Presidential Signing Statements Have Been Used to Nullify Laws

New Index of Presidential Signing Statements

Cheney Exempts His Office from Requirement to Protect Classified Information

Cheney Destroys Visitor Logs

A New Dick Cheney-Alberto Gonzales Mystery

Bush Anoints Himself as the Insurer of Constitutional Government in Emergency

Bush Uses Signing Statement to Announce Refusal to Obey New Military Appropriations Law


This was the big new story of 2007, and Congress does get some credit for stirring the dirt on this one. It turns out that most of the executive branch of the government now works for the Republican party. U.S. attorneys who had failed to grasp that fact were fired. Emails that exposed it were destroyed. State governors who got in the way became political prisoners. And an intellectually challenged Attorney General who could take orders but not remember what he'd had for breakfast was scared out of town after committing perjury on television. His bosses laughed and replaced him with a clone. Congress complied.

Not that Congress wasn't very, very concerned. In fact, Rep. Henry Waxman alone destroyed a forest writing letters to the White House and publishing reports like this one:

By the end of 2007 I saw an editorial cartoon in the paper with holiday lights on the White House spelling out: "No Comment: Ongoing Investigation." A man in the cartoon commented: "They just leave them up all year now." These were some of the choice headlines from 2007 on the your-tax-dollars-pay-for-the-Republican-Party theme:

Administration Withheld Emails About Rove

GSA Chief Is Accused of Playing Politics

DOJ Made Immigration Judgeships Political

New Justice Department documents show White House involvement in Attorneys firings

Legal Memo Confirms White House Led Effort To Target And Remove U.S. Attorneys

Politicization of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy

Conyers' Staff Documents More Crimes and Abuses, But He Still Won't Impeach

Emails Detail RNC Voter Suppression in Five States

Commerce, Treasury Funds Helped Boost GOP Campaigns

State Department Agents Say Jobs Were Threatened

The United States Attorneys Scandal Comes to Mississippi

Daughter of jailed governor sees White House hand in her father's fall

Bush Tries to Seize Control of Military Lawyers

(Here's Why) Meet Tom Fiscus

White House Illegally Deleted Over TEN MILLION Emails


Of course, the point is to continue stealing elections. But some of the past crimes of that nature continued to bubble up unnoticed in 2007:

Former DoJ Attorneys Accuse Bush Admin of Restricting African American Vote

Ohio Secretary of State confirms 2004 election could have been stolen

NH Phone jamming scheme


What would a 21st century year be without further shredding of the Fourth Amendment? Bush opened it with a bang by seizing a power Hitler too had seized early on: the power to open your mail.

It was all downhill without resistance from there.

NY Times: "Dick Cheney sent Mr. Gonzales and another official to Mr. Ashcroft’s hospital room to get him to approve the wiretapping."

Unimpeachably Impeachable

Cheney Urged Illegal Wiretaps

Ashcroft's ex-no. 2 says Gonzales, Cheney tried to take advantage of sick Attorney General.

Two FBI Whistleblowers Confirm Illegal Wiretapping of Government Officials and Misuse of FISA

Bush Decides to Continue FISA Violations After All

Bush Dodges Comey’s Accusations That He Personally Arranged Ashcroft Hospital Visit

FBI Finds It Frequently Overstepped in Collecting Data

New NSA Whistleblower Speaks

IRS tracked taxpayers’ political affiliation

Cheney On Whether He Ordered Hospital Visit To Ashcroft: I Have ‘No Recollection’

Bush "Authorized" Illegal Spying Programs

Collecting of Details on Travelers Documented

White House Spy Docs Show Surveillance Was Illegal, Senator Feingold Charges


Now, admittedly there's no clause in the Constitution banning the warming of the planet, but 2007 was chock full of headlines like this one, that weren't really news, but were louder than they'd been before:

Over 4.5 Billion people could die from Global Warming-related causes by 2012

It's that sort of thing that makes these headlines fit into the crime section:

Cheney Bypassed Environmentally ‘Clueless’ Bush To Craft Administration’s Climate Change Agenda

Scientists 'pressured on climate findings'

Ex-Bush Official: I Fixed The (Climate) Facts Around The Policy

The Secret Campaign of President Bush's Administration to Deny Global Warming

Not an environment scare story


Here's an oldie but goodie that came back for a cameo:

Cheney Suppressed Evidence in California Energy Crisis


2007 closed out with the use of tazers and brutal crowd repression in New Orleans as people protested the ongoing intentional destruction of good housing. There was also this:

Two Years After Katrina, Billions in Relief Funds Are Missing


Bush began 2007 with a claim in a State of the Union Address that he had thwarted a number of terrorist plots. They all turned out to be fictional:

When no corporate media other than Keith Olbermann called Bush on his lies, he must have felt empowered to tell more:

Transcripts show evidence against Muslim charity fabricated

Bush-Cheney Blocked and Falsified Reports on Health and Medicine

Your Tax Dollars Are Used to Tell You Lies

Bush Used Bogus Terror Threat To Scare Votes For FISA Bill

Oh, and you know that one about "America does not torture"? It looks like Bush watched the missing torture tapes before saying that:

And this one just won't go away:

France (and CIA) knew in 2001 al-Qaida had a plot


This violation of the U.N. Charter and U.S. Constitution has been well documented by Congressman Dennis Kucinich:

We also learned in 2007 that Bush and Cheney were doing more in Iran than threatening it:

"Explosive" new Hersh scoop: Bush funneling money to Al Qaeda-related groups [VIDEO]

Report: U.S. Sponsoring Kurdish Guerilla Attacks Inside Iran


And we heard lots of lies about Iranian roadside bombs in Iraq or Iranian activities in Iraq or Iranian nuclear weapons. As each lie failed to stick, it was forgotten and replaced with a new one. But who will hold our so-called elected leaders accountable for the ones we were smart enough not to believe?

More Cheney War Lies Exposed - And This Time Pre-War

Cheney Tried to Stifle Dissent in Iran NIE


This is such fertile ground that although no more evidence is needed, it just keeps piling up. In fact, some of the old evidence is being buried In 2007 the White House deleted from its website the old claims by Cheney that Iraqis would welcome an occupation "as liberators" and so forth.

But deleting old Cheney lies only goes so far, when he keeps repeating them. In 2007, Cheney was still claiming that Iraq was to blame for 9-11.

The closest Congress came to touching the topic was a brief Senate committee hearing on a report on the Pentagon written by... the Pentagon. Even that report was fairly damning:

It dealt with the Feith Based Intelligence work of Doug Feith:

Pentagon Report Corroborates the Downing Street Memo, Intelligence and Facts Fixed Around the Policy!

Also in 2007, all pretense was abandoned that the invasion of Iraq was not driven by oil, as the Bush Administration and Congress pressured the puppet Iraqi government to pass a new law turning over much of the oil to foreign corporations:

Here's the text of the law:

And, of course, the original lies continued to be documented:

Two Explosive Books Tell the Inside Story of the Forged Iraq-Niger Docs That Helped Build the Case for War

Tenet's Book of Lies Leads to New Revelations

Senior CIA Analyst Believed Iraq Had No WMD

Two former CIA officers say the president squelched top-secret intelligence, and a briefing by George Tenet, months before invading Iraq.

Bush-Aznar Smoking Gun

Faulty Intel Source "Curve Ball" Revealed

U.S. Plan Envisioned Nuking Iran, Syria, Libya


With the I Lewis Scooter Libby trial finally held in 2007, there was good growth in the Plame industry. Perhaps the biggest news came late in the year when former White House Press Secretary Scotty McClellan implicated Bush and Cheney

But evidence in the trial had already done that as well:

Cheney's Handwritten Notes Implicate Bush in Plame Affair

FBI Agent Testifies Libby Learned About Plame from Cheney

Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald's comments to the press at the end of the trial suggested that he and they (the media) expected Congress to pursue the matter further. Congress never has. Late in the year, Fitzgerald again pointed his finger at Cheney:

Also coming out of the Libby trial came this insight, yet to be fully developed:

Bush Admin Targeted Wilson's Wife Long Before Wilson's Article Appeared


James Madison and George Mason wanted impeachment in the Constitution in case a president ever pardoned someone for a crime that he himself was associated with. They did get impeachment into the Constitution. Nancy Pelosi removed it in 2007.


Lost in the surge hype and the media's endless demand that we cease caring about Iraq is the worsening crisis that was more heavily reported in early and mid 2007:

ACLU Releases Files on Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan and Iraq

More Iraqis Flee As Figure Tops Four Million: UNHCR

Ignorance of Iraqi death toll no longer an option

Report says war on terror is fueling al Qaeda

2007 Oct 7 Towards Sustainable Security: Oxford Research Group International Security Report 2007

UN Report on Iraq Details an "Ever-Deepening" Crisis

Bush, Maliki Break Iraqi Law to Renew UN Mandate for Occupation


This is one of the harder topics for Americans to discuss by name, yet 2007 yielded a bumper crop of evidence of war crimes:

2007 May 4 Army Surgeon General's pentagon report on declining morale and war crimes

US Attack on Iraqi Peace Parliamentarian

US Electromagnetic Weapons and Human Rights

'Shocking' video: Shi'a Iraqi soldiers beat Sunnis as US trainers watch

Death Squads, American Style

Fifth Marine Pleads Guilty in Murder of Innocent Man

Jailed Two Years, Iraqi Tells of Abuse by Americans

Bush Family War Profiteering

Coerced Labor Building Baghdad Embassy?

Illegal Bases in Iraq Openly Constructed, Used, Announced

Marine Told to Destroy Haditha Photos

The Other War: Iraq Veterans Speak Out on Shocking Accounts of Attacks on Iraqi Civilians

Marine says beatings urged in Iraq

Video: Marine on Hamdania Shooting

U.S. soldier convicted of beating Iraqi detainee with baseball bat

Marine tells of order to execute Haditha women and children

Documents Show Troops Disregarding Rules

U.S. Aims To Lure Insurgents With ‘Bait’

Soldier: Sergeant from N.C. ordered me to shoot unarmed Iraqi man

US Violating Chemical Weapons Convention in Iraq

And still we do not end the supreme war crime, the crime that contains the accumulated evil of the whole: the war of aggression.


2007 broke the corporate media ban on acknowledging the role of mercenaries in the occupation of Iraq. And when that dam burst, blood gushed out:

2007 Oct 11 UN report on Blackwater and other mercenaries killing indiscriminately

Blackwater security shot Iraqi man

CIA Mercenary Gets 8 Years for Beating a Prisoner to Death

Blackwater guards killed 16 as U.S. touted progress

FBI Admits Blackwater Mercenaries Murdered at Least 14 People

Krongard Confirms ‘Ugly Rumor’: Brother Attended Blackwater Advisory Board Meeting Yesterday


Yes, torture is illegal. Yes, torture is unconstitutional. Yes, the U.S. tortures. And, yes, the Congress just approved a new Attorney General who protects torturers.

ACLU Announces Publication of Administration of Torture, a Groundbreaking Account of Prisoner Abuse in U.S. Custody Abroad

FBI Details Possible Detainee Abuse

Cheney's Leading Role in Torture

Uninvestigated Crimes: CIA Torture Flights Out of North Carolina

Abu Ghraib: "Man In the Hood" provides testimony at War Crimes Conference

New Light Shed on CIA's "Black Site" Prisons

Aspects of Padilla's Treatment Confirmed

What happened to the Padilla interrogation videos?

'We Were Torturing People For No Reason' -- A Soldier's Tale

'Outsourced Guantanamo' - FBI & CIA Interrogating Detainees in Secret Ethiopian Jails, U.S. Citizen Among Those Held

CIA Tortured Me in Iraq, Claims Freed Iranian Diplomat

Photos of 'tortured' Iraqi's corpse released

Former Guantanamo inmate describes interrogations

Rumsfeld, Perjury, and Shoving Things Up Rectums

Guantánamo Man’s Family Release ‘Torture’ Dossier

CIA detention program remains active: U.S. official

Torture Victim Tells His Story to Congress

Guantanamo Military Lawyer Breaks Ranks to Condemn "Unconscionable" Detention

Dozens of 'Ghost Prisoners' Not Publicly Accounted For

Torture Orders Came from Bush

Flight Logs Reveal Secret Rendition

Jordan's Spy Agency: Holding Cell for the CIA

Former chief prosecutor for the Office of Military Commissions resigned his post

Kiriakou: White House Approved Abuzabaydah's WaterBoarding

And then, of course, there are the missing torture tapes. If they were destroyed, please keep in mind the following points:

1. They are not needed to document the torture. The evidence is overwhelming.

2. The destruction of tapes is not the major crime here.

3. The major crime is the American people's failure to force our representatives in Congress to impeach these fascist bastards.


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Is it really true that only about 150,000 people want to see Cheney impeached? How can that be? I keep thinking it must be more than a million by now. Have the American people gone brain-dead? We have lived through so much governmental mischief and bullshit, it boggles the mind.

2008 is the year to impeach of remove through elections the criminals in our government. Once we get rid of Nancy P. and Conyer (what a shame) we can move forward with taking care of the Cheney/Bush crime regime.

Of course they've been at it a couple of years:

The nice thing about Wexler's is that it's a newbie Petition website and has so many numbers after just a week , and it is picking UP speed. You can actually sit there and refresh it every few seconds and watch the numbers get higher and higher.

A small percentage of registered voters participate in political blogs. A smaller percentage are Democratic. And there is the fear factor ... out of sight out of mind.

I understand your frustration over the relatively small number of signatures on Wexler's petition. But I think there are a few more factors to consider.
This is a terrific list of the developements of 2007. Thank you David. I am putting a permanent link to it from my site for reference. It looks to be a valuable source of information.
When I read through it, I think I may have recognized about 70-80% of the news items. But I found them much the same way you probably did; through painstaking hours combing through "off center" news sites.
The average Americans don't don't spend the time doing that. Even if they don't just watch Fox News all day long.
The MSM has killed almost all of these stories as quickly as they could, if they gave them any time at all in the first place.
This administration is selling this country, piece by piece, to the corporations and the international bankers. And the networks are protecting them while they do it.
Not only are they not reporting certain stories, but they are actively planting the seeds of misinformation about some of these issues in order to pre-emptively discredit any of the stories that get out.
The average person in this country has no reason to believe that the local news guys or the national news services would mislead them.
Look at how few stories about Wexler's Op-Ed actually got to print. Two.
That's one thing.
There is one other reason that I feel there are so few signatures on the "petition". It isn't really a petition.
I figured out about a week ago that there were some serious questions about Wexler's petition, and so I wrote about it on my blog.
That post was up for only a day before Eric Johnson, his Chief of Staff, found it and answered some of the questions I had raised.
Now, tobe fair, I put his responce on the site with the article I wrote, and I had already signed the petition before all of this so I supported his effort, and I still do.
But the fact remains that there are going to be people out there that have the same questions that I did. Namely, why isn't Wexler a co-sponsor of HR 333 and why does signing the petition automaticly sign you up for the "Join" section on his re-election website? Why is there a donation link right next to the link to sign the petition?
Valid questions all. Johnson answered some of them and seems like they have a good plan in place for the use of the petition.
But, there are people out there that still wonder, the same as I did.

If you wish to view the aricle and Johnson's reply, check here...

Code Pink:
I notice that you have a statement about removing Pelosi and Conyers...
You may be interested in this...

It's a petition to replace Pelosi as Speaker. It can be done and details how to in the petition.

I wrote it. My name is Scott Creighton and I blog as willyloman.

It is my intention to take this to DC on Mar. 17th 2008, the day after the Winter Soldiers Conference, and give it to whomever is going to present the question of privilege in the House.

2002 and counting! I just luv the remarks and comments on your Petition... so full of righteous anger to oust the ball-less Pelosi!

There are some great comments on the petition. I should do a complilation of some of them for my blog. 2002 and counting!
I think we will get a serious push mid January if Pelosi sticks to her "off the table" guns in the face of Wexler's petition.

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Thank you for all your efforts getting the word out. You and a couple others are really keeping this thing going. Thank you again, Yank.

I think I already signed your petition but I have not yet found my name on it. I will look again when I have more time. I assume if I sign twice it will tell me. I am 100% behind getting rid of Pelosi. She is complicit with crimes. "They" must have some dirt on Conyers that is keeping him quiet. That is sad. We expected a lot better of him. We expected better of her too before it became clear she is part of the problem. has close to a million signatures. I have signed dozens of such petitions, Wexler's is only the newest, and the closest to power as he is in the actual judiciary committee. If these criminals are not brought to justice, the next president will have equal powers and be even worse. Our entire republic has been hijacked while America slept.

The American citizens got too complacent, and stopped paying attention to their lawmakers, stopped voting. Eventually, the lawmakers stopped paying attention to us, and voted their pocketbooks and own power base. Now, we have a country led by incompetent and greedy bureaucrats (like Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid), and we are facing total dictatorship unless we have impeachment hearings NOW. The Bush administration has destroyed the balance of power between the three branches of government. If it isn't restored now, it never will be. The next president will retain and develop the power Bush has grabbed.

Thanks for speaking out, I appreciate all you said.
disgruntled citizen

Marilyn Gjerdrum

What happened to the United States? When did pure greed remove our rights and pursuit of happiness? And why are criminals allowed to remain in High Power without any condemnation? Does anyone truly doubt that Bush and his cronies lied, manipulated and abused authority? This was a war for profit: "A rich man's war, but a poor man's fight". It was hoped that Cheney's pals would make billions!(and they have-but not enough for them) rebuilding Iraq after we blew it apart, but no one had the idea that contractors would be losing their heads. But the oil companies and their investors-wow! And who believes Cheney made only $3,000,000 last year? Please! Republicans and Democrats are a part of this "smoke and mirrors". Why else would this go on and on? I am so saddened by what is happening, not only to our people but to the world's people. No wonder many countries loathe and hate us.

Dave, thank you for doing this and everything else over the years. I will steal liberally from this amazing list in my current flyers/letters to Nadler to convince him to get with Wexler.

Thank you for your tireless efforts, Mr. Swanson. We owe you a tremendous debt.

Please everybody, send the url for this piece to every email address you have. I'm going to take a little extra time and send it to my entire book individually to avoid ISP spam filters, and I would encourage you to do the same.

Remind your friends and family of the quote the anti-war/anti-Bushco crowd hears so often when we complain about the needless death and maiming of our soldiers and innocent civilians:


And remind them that it also applies to all of us here at home. If you appreciate the freedom you enjoy as a citizen of this country, you better damn well be willing to get off your ass and speak out in support of the Constitution that was so ingeniously created by our Founding Fathers to protect our freedoms, and is so heinously being shredded by traitors at the very top of our government.

Repudiate the Bushco politics of fear and intimidation. The truth is they're biggest bunch of lying criminal cowards this republic has ever seen.

This one's up to US, folks. Stand up and help restore America's greatness, or stand down and accept the new full-blown fascism.

Latest video at
DISSENT: Voices of Conscience
Government Insiders Speak Out Against the War in Iraq

There is no freedom without responsiblity.
Thanks for reminding people.

Marilyn Gjerdrum

I am so slow. It just occurred to me that we had the OIL. We had Iraq and Afghanistan. It was about diplomacy. The OIL would have been handed over to us but somebody in the U.S.A. wanted it all (PNAC). The troops in Afghanistan could have been heroes if Afghanistan was our objective.

We, the Americans had it on our fingertips. A MAFIA (PNAC) stepped in the way. And that is the way it is in the Corporate world (PNAC).

The useless deaths! That soldier, a million dollar football player, slain by friendly (PNAC) bullets. So sad.

...the illustrious Mr. Swanson just mentioned a fragment of the dereliction of duties to up hold the US Constitution, promulgated in the Dirty House, like: the Enron ordeal; The school material scandals for NO Child Profiteers; Dubai; Katrina; dissolving the Nuclear Non Proliferation act; Abramhoff = i could go on and on as i'm sure there's much to add to this laundry list from the Dirty House... Let the facist bastards commit Hari Kari.
When in the course of Human Events ... we must stay connected and purge this band of thugs...please start with Pelosi. Give the mainstreanm media a dull knife... to inveserate themselves with.

...metaphorically of course.

i'm not all that taken with the Wexler petition ... What more will it take? He better do something with this petiton otherwise we're onto this bait and switch tactic.

We keep getting the info out that's provided herein.
We continue to be committeed to perserving and maintaining our US Constitution.
i really enjoy the posts on this site

Happy New Year
William in Montana

Viet Nam drafted Combat Veteran WIA '68
Co-State Coordinator PDA Montana
Billings Peace Seeker, member
MPFI, partner
PDA Fair Trade & Impeachment Teams

'Wake Up 101' // an education awaits here for the curious and open minded. Outstanding!

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