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Rumsfeld Still Lying Like a Dog

Lawrence McManus reports from Los Angeles:

Rumsfeld says Saddam and sons were top leadership of al Qaeda.

I heard it with my own ears about 6:30 a.m. today [August 6].

He was interviewed by the "senior political correspondent" Dick Helton on KNX news radio 1070 am.

The lie was NOT questioned. NOT even brought up by Helton.

I emailed the station and asked for an on the air correction or that Mr. Helton be fired.

I will call KNX management on Monday and go up the ladder until I get someone to listen.


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Rumsfeld has formaldahyde in his martinis...
You must forgive his addled brain. Its tricky for the undead like Rumsfeld, especially when he has to prey on the blood of the living.

An Iran invasion will give him the proper steroids (hemmroids? war-roids?) to function again.
Will keep you posted.

Got any garlic? Or a cross? Or holy water?
These neocon-vampires-armies-of-the-undead (Rove, Rumsfeld, Bush-scum, Lon Cheney, Condi, Libby, Judith Miller) are getting out of hand.

This would be so laughable if it weren't so serious an issue. Isn't there a saying somewhere that if you cut off the head of the snake...Well, if Saddam and Sons were the head of the snake (Al Qaeda) then why are we still continuing to have problems with terroristic activity? Donald Rumsfeld is just another example of this illiterate administration and the lies they perpetuate.

Quietly indictments upon numerous neocons (including Rumsfeld) and press personalities have apparently already been handed down, to a secret tribunal, from Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald. We need to make sure sure these indictments get served. Bush is already trying to replace Fitzgerald with one of his neocon cronies. We must not let these indictments get swept uunder the rug!!!


I emailed my congressman about these article. I asked "When does Congress (or anyone else) plan to tell "The People" about this?"

These rumors are over the top. Do not be taken in by this. Suppose that such indictments have been handed down --- to the (in effect) entire BushCo team and Supreme Court (members thereof). Do you think that anyone, regardless of journalistic or otherwise reputation, would have access to this?! The consequences of such indictments are off the charts. Be reasonable! As much as you (and I) might hope for such justice, there is no way that it will be so broad or, for that matter, so publicly available. (The grand jury kept secrets all along. Suddenly, this whopper -- unprecedented whopper (US Supreme Court?!) -- just happens to float out there... I think not, despite hope.)

I don't think I buy this either, as much as I'd like to see it happen. The same people who are saying this are saying Newsweek is printing a story about the indictments which will be out today - we should know soon enough.

Here is a snippet from which I find extremely curious:

"Besides Fitzgerald’s probe into Bush administration lies relating to 9/11, the war in Iraq and the CIA-Valerie Plame leaks, he is also looking into a huge drug money laundering operation involving both the Clinton and Bush administrations with ties reaching all the way to Arkansas.

Fitzgerald began serving as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois in September, 2001. He was initially appointed on an interim basis by former Attorney General John Ashcroft before being nominated by President Bush.

The U.S. Senate confirmed his nomination by unanimous consent in October 2001. In December 2003, he was named Special Counsel to investigate the CIA- Valerie Plame case."

It would be hard to imagine Bush nominating this guy (and look at the timing) and not expecting something in return, under the circumstances.

I don't know what of this or how much of this is true, but things just don't seem to add up.

Nothing about numerous indictments or firing Fitzgerald in Newsweek article as was claimed.

Maybe the print edition will be more detailed though. If anyone gets it let us know what it says.

Yes, the Newsweek printed article is supposed to go into much more detail. It comes out this morning. Should be interesting...

What a lie. Lies and more lies. One thing that has been troubling to me is what Bush said to Bob Woodward in his last book. Bob asked him about his place in history. Bush placed his hands in his pockets and said'"history, what history we will all be dead". I am not a fatalist but he is seeming to look more and more like the Anti Christ. One interesting fact that I stumbled on / next year 6/6/06.

We'll see. I had doubts too for a while, but then multiple sources started verifying it (admittedly, they could shams, too). But, given all the crap that's been going on for so long, I'd say it's about time for some over the top stuff on the other end! Tom Flocco, the reporter that originally reported this stuff has been going through a very rough time, and it points to guilt. He's been censured up and down, then lost his website and had to change web hosts. Check out his story (before they cut him off again!) It's quite intreguing:

keep us posted as to what you come up with and DON'T GIVE UP!!!

I do not know if they took poetic liscence , but in the movie they called the Nazis= "fascist bastards"... I really wish the Republican Congresspeople would see the error in standing by these evil PNAC men (and women). The Nazis in the movie went to trial because they were more loyal than moral, I heard it over and over and over again in this movie> the Nazis revered loyalty above all else.

The Republicans, especially the Christian Republicans, HAVE to denounce the PNAC cabal. There should be NO loyalty to evil at all.

I was on the Today in Iraq blogsite and went into comments and a person recommended this book. If you go to this website you can read an portion. The author went to Germany soon after WWII and asked the Germans what happened. How did they let the horror of Nazis happen.

The book is 'They Thought They were Free' by Milton Meyer.
Here's a small portion.

"Your friend the baker was right," said my colleague. "The dictatorship, and the whole process of its coming into being, was above all diverting. It provided an excuse not to think for people who did not want to think anyway. I do not speak of your 'little men', your baker and so on; I speak of my colleagues and myself, learned men, mind you. Most of us did not want to think about fundamental things and never had. There was no need to. Nazism gave us some dreadful, fundamental things to think about - we were decent people - and kept us so busy with continuous changes and 'crises' and so fascinated, yes, fascinated, by the machinations of the 'national enemies', without and within, that we had no time to think about these dreadful things that were growing, little by little, all around us."

Wow, that statement should make every American currently STOP what they are doing >>> and THINK about what is happening around them. If it isn't moral, JUST DON'T FOLLOW IT>>>JUST SAY "NO" TO FASCISM>>>JUST SAY "NO" TO BUSHCO>>>JUST SAY "NO" TO PNAC

If the Sec of Def did in fact make this claim, then i have serious issue's with this. It's really not necessary to go into the merit's of this in here with you all, as we are all aware of the fact's in this matter.

What im concerned with is two possibillities. One, Mr Rumsfield is either ignorant of the information relitive to the truth being exchanged in the cyber world,(citizens 9-11- commission****9/11 truth) or two, they "are" aware of this information exchange here in cyberland, and we have yet to make any effective "impression" on them. If two is correct, then my fear is founded in that it may actually take a more assertive role in order to impress upon these criminals that we ultimatly intend to acquire legal(constitutional) and moral accountibillity for all their conduct.

All through history, we'ver seen this arrogence before. What they fail to realize is this: if we're forced to assert more citizen authority, they almost certainly will resort to utilizing certain members of our relitives (kin for you southern people)against us. you see ladies and gentleman, enforcement will almost always come down to the local level. those will be our relitive's, our kin. We all know blood is thicker than water. I know it's unnecessary to go further with the point im trying to make.

What can't be overemphised is that if Mr Rumsfield is making these claims, it is indicitive that to date, the Bush administrstion still holds contempt for us and accountibillity for what certainly appears to be treasonious act's. im lookin at the evidence and im thinking that if i was in the exposed position that the Bush Administration is in now, I'de be keeping my sewer shut! BUT THATS JUST ME.**HUMPHREY**

If it is Alzheimer, Rumsfeld would suffer a long time under this disease.

I've just watch the BBC-documentary: "Power of Nightmares", and to my surprise the same Rumsfeld lied to the nations back in the 70'es about the threat of the USSR. Google for "team B" and the insibible acustic defense system or watch "Power of nightmares"

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