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WRIGHT: "I want to make sure the United States treats people properly.."
O'REILLY: "Sure you do. Sure you do."
WRIGHT: "I surely do. That's what I spent 29 years of my life trying to do."
O'REILLY: "Sorry. No you didn't. You know what happened to you…somewhere along the line you started to dislike your own country…."
WRIGHT: "I served 29 years. How many did you serve? Where did you teach the Geneva Conventions?"
O'REILLY: "Cut her mic."
Can anyone argue with a straight face that FOX doesn't engage in pure agenda journalism? Bill knew exactly who Wright was and had the intention of painting her as an America-hating kook the entire time. But when she very reasonably explained that you can't talk about the Iranian situation without talking about how the United States treats it's own captured prisoners, Bill ends up losing it and accusing her — a 29 year Army veteran — of hating America. When did serving your country and demanding it abide by the Geneva Conventions become "hating America"? And when did cutting the mic of an Army veteran and accusing her of "hating America" become loving America?
Thanks for the civics lesson, Bill.
What Would Happen if John Nichols, Gore Vidal, Cindy Sheehan, and Marcy Winograd Got Together and Talked About Impeachment?
Listen for yourself: AUDIO.
Submitted by Michael Jay.
Introduced by Congresswoman Barabara Lee...
part 2 below...
Video: Code Pink Sends a Message to Capitol Hill
By Lucian Perkins (washingtonpost.com) / 03/28/2007
As Congress debates how to fund the war in Iraq, members of Code Pink, a women's inspired peace group, come from around the country and make their presence felt on Capitol Hill as they find creative ways to bring attention to the war. Watch video.
protest photographs along with "Bring Them Home" song...
The Sludge Report #177. IMPEACHMENT AND PATRIOTISM...
Sam Husseini asked Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont about investigating the White House in regards to impeachment proceedings. The Senator spoke about other investigations under way, but did not address the issue of impeachment. VIDEO
Sam Husseini: Senator, townspeople all over your state of Vermont have recently voted for impeachment. Do you think that the facts and the constitution, not the politics, but the facts on the Constitution merit at least investigating Bush and Cheney for impeachment?
Senator Hagel was questioned about recent reports of Kurdish militias receiving U.S. support and operating out of Iraq to launch attacks into Iran. The Senator said he had no knowledge of these reports. Sam Husseini also questioned Hagel about his vote to give the President the authorization to use force and the lead-up to the Iraq war. When Husseini pressed that some public information existed at the time that could cause one to doubt the President’s claims before the war, Hagel insisted that “the entire intelligence community of this government, all 16 agencies,” and our allies were all convinced of the existence of weapons of mass destruction, although Hagel also admitted regretting his vote. VIDEO
Parts 2,3,4 below the fold...
Wonder if he'll find his way back...