Sunday, January 08, 2006

2006 - the Year of Coming Home to Jesus

Telling the Truth (Coming Home to Jesus)

Watch Stephen Harper's campaign in Canada, for the rerun of the Bush scam.

Canada sits with a surplus in her coffers, just as the USA did before the Bush corporate criminal coup.

Hmm... when is the Supreme Court going to be nailed for allowing him to get away with gerrymandering Texas? The "Hammer" Tom DeLay, MOB BOSS for TEXAS and the GOP Congress INDICTED (fin-ally)

The criminal nature of the Bush family is hardly news to those of us on the internet. If you run a search of your own - you will find at least 15 MILLION links relating to past family ventures in the bilking of America.

How Rotten Are These Guys?

The Bush Political Machine and Organized Crime
by Robert Parry
October 6, 2005

The separation of the Bush political machine from organized crime is often like the thin layer of rock between a seemingly ordinary surface and volcanic activity rumbling below. Sometimes, the lava spews forth and the illusion of normalcy is shattered.

In the weeks ahead, a dangerous eruption is again threatening to shake the Bush family’s image of legitimacy, as the pressure from intersecting scandals builds.

So far, the mainstream news media has focused mostly on the white-collar abuses of former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay for allegedly laundering corporate donations to help Republicans gain control of the Texas legislature, or on deputy White House chief of staff Karl Rove for disclosing the identity of a covert CIA officer to undercut her husband’s criticism of George W. Bush’s case for war in Iraq.

Both offenses represent potential felonies, but they pale beside new allegations linking business associates of star GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff – an ally of both DeLay and Rove – to the gangland-style murder of casino owner Konstantinos “Gus” Boulis in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in 2001.

These criminal cases also are reminders of George H.W. Bush’s long record of unsavory associations, including with a Nicaraguan contra network permeated by cocaine traffickers, Rev. Sun Myung Moon’s multi-million-dollar money-laundering operations, and anti-communist Cuban extremists tied to acts of international terrorism. [For details on these cases, see Robert Parry’s Secrecy & Privilege: Rise of the Bush Dynasty from Watergate to Iraq .]
Now, George W. Bush is faced with his own challenge of containing a rupture of scandals – involving prominent conservatives Abramoff, DeLay and potentially Rove – that have bubbled to the surface and are beginning to flow toward the White House.
Mobbed Up ...continues at link below

Jack Abramoff (below left) has started to roll over, (since his business partner decided to turn witness), and now some twenty congressmen are suspected of being on the take. With murder being part of the scenario, it is easier to see why and how the media has been kept silent - in fear.

Mr. Perle's mug shot is included below because (lest we forget) - he was forced to resign due to the conflict of interest he had in regard to war profiteering on the Iraq war. Why he was forced to resign when Cheney blatently directs contracts to Halliburton and Bechtel - one can only speculate. But then conflict of interest has hardly been a concern of the most corrupt administration in the history of the United States.

White House Ties

Abramoff’s influence has reached into Bush’s White House, too, where chief procurement officer David H. Safavian resigned last month and then was arrested on charges of lying to authorities and obstructing a criminal investigation into Abramoff’s lobbying activities.

Rep. Ney and former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed were among influential Republicans who joined Safavian and Abramoff on an infamous golf trip to Scotland in 2002. Safavian is a former lobbying partner of anti-tax activist Grover Norquist, another pillar of right-wing politics in Washington and another longtime Abramoff friend. [Washington Post, Sept. 20, 2005]
Abramoff also has boasted of his influence with Bush’s top political adviser Karl Rove.


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