Sunday, March 25, 2007

The Epitomy of Bush Values


Bogus Bush REPORTER

Gannon was wired into the neo-conservative American Enterprise Institute (AEI). He wrote a pro-Iraq war article for the March 1, 2004, issue of their magazine, American Enterprise. AEI employs such ardent neo-conservative figures as Richard Perle, Michael Ledeen, and Lynne Cheney. Ironically, many of Gannon's articles were anti-gay rights, such as one that insinuated that John Kerry's "pro-homosexual platform" would make him the nation's "first gay president."

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Right, not a huge problem to have a gay friend, but to have a guy who is a male hooker, posing as a legitimate reporter only operating as a paid off hack for the RNC is ANOTHER story that mainstream media just let drift off. A male hooker who spent a number of unexplained nights at the White House. A male hooker with seemingly carte blanche in terms of access to a White House during "war time."

This man was given security clearance by Karl Rove.








Goss, former head of the CIA resigned in disgrace after stories of hookers and late night poker parties leaked.

It seems the values brigade has fallen short once again spewing one thing while doing another.



Long time war criminal is wanted by the International Criminal Court, just another reason the Bush barbarians have opted out of the court. Poppy (big crop this year in Afghanistan...largest in history) Bush, could have been prosecuted along with Negroponte for war crimes in Nicaragua and terrorism against the South American clergy and poor.











Gannon is oddly linked back to Bush Senior's years in office when a huge GOP pedophile ring was hushed up.

The story was ready to play on Discovery Channel when the tape was purchased and the story quietly went away.

Like much of Bush history the truth is out there and quite well documented, only mainsteam media refuses to report it, focusing instead on who is running for president in 2008, or such media created personalities as Anna Nicole Smith.

Wayne Madsen's site (http://www.waynemadsen.com) does a particularly good job of detailing the convoluted history of this criminal lot.

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Bush when asked what he thought of gay people once said, "Well you are judged by the company you keep. " Given the the swelling line of criminals surrounding mr. bush is it actually possible this cretin could be prosecuted? How can he be prosecuted?

Hardly likely, there is no habeas corpus, there is only executive privilege and we all know what mr bush thinks in terms of how priviledged he is, or should be. AND if push comes to shove there is always the Supreme Court, the very body politic that placed him.