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December 07, 2010

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BuBu

"Britain feared Libya would take "harsh and immediate action" against it if the Lockerbie bomber died in jail, the latest U.S. cables published by WikiLeaks revealed Wednesday."

Transparency is a two-edged sword, but it is still 'all good'.

I sense some movement in yer opinions, that transparency is bad, blah, blah blah.

The truth scares you, a little, 'cause your
position has so much to hide.

Melinda Romanoff

pagar-

Their conceit is that they believe they will be rewarded with the reins of power in their success.

Janet

Pagar, Your 10:11 link reminds me of being visited by our city once to be questioned about cutting down a tree without permission.
A tree blew over in our backyard & we had asked for tree service recommendations on the neighborhood listserv. Someone on the listserv forwarded our email to the city & reported us for possibly cutting down a tree without permission.
These endless laws, regulations & ordinances give people STASI-like powers to sic the government onto their neighbors.
It worked out okay...the city guy was embarrassed. We thought we should buy everyone in the neighborhood a copy of "The Lives of Others".

Rob Crawford

The truth scares you, a little, 'cause your
position has so much to hide.

WTF?

Pagar

Melinda, you are 100 % correct.

Janet, wait till you get interrogated by the Union for wanting a better school for your children.

Suprise attack of the education status quo.

"said the union would be looking into how the petition campaign was conducted and whether open discussions were held at the school, with an eye toward possible legal action."

From the article, it looks like the school administration will also be suing the parents. Could it be a crime to want your children to have a decent education, instead of the education terror supporters like William Ayers want your children to have?

Jim Ryan

Rob, I suggest updating your Narcisolator, as I have just done this morning.

Porchlight

Is Cleo posing as bubu? "Yer" is typical Cleo usage.

Jim Ryan

Dang, now my Narcisolator is only partly working. I see the icons and some (but not all) troll posts.

Melinda Romanoff

Charlie Cook has a wonderful piece up at the National Journal.

First, Admit You Have A Problem.

Jack is Back!

I think BunkerBuster who we call Bubu is one entity and Cleo or BuBu is another. The writing styles are not comparable. Cleo writes like a guy on uppers whereas BunkerBuster writes like a guy who has downed too many cherry cokes.

BuBu

"WTF?"

Of course I'm only referring to those with
some awareness of their Corporate co-dependency.

BP and the Banks soon to follow.

Fallacies lie naked

I sense Maguire has yet to form a opinion on
Leaks because his paramours have not given him a hook to hang his hat on, and leading the charge, one way or another, has to wait until he feels save doing so.

Fallacies lie naked

strike 'save'. insert safe

Clarice

Strike the whole stupid post while you're at it, I say, Fallacies.

Fallacies lie naked

By Daniel Ellsberg, Frank Grevil, Katharine Gun, David MacMichael, Ray McGovern, Craig Murray, Coleen Rowley and Larry Wilkerson

WikiLeaks has teased the genie of transparency out of a very opaque bottle, and powerful forces in America, who thrive on secrecy, are trying desperately to stuff the genie back in.

How far down the United States has slid can be seen, ironically enough, in a recent commentary in Pravda (that's right, Russia's Pravda): "What WikiLeaks has done is make people understand why so many Americans are politically apathetic ... After all, the evils committed by those in power can be suffocating, and the sense of powerlessness that erupts can be paralyzing, especially when ... government evildoers almost always get away with their crimes. ..."

So shame on Barack Obama, Eric Holder, and all those who spew platitudes about integrity, justice and accountability while allowing war criminals and torturers to walk freely upon the earth. ... the American people should be outraged that their government has transformed a nation with a reputation for freedom, justice, tolerance and respect for human rights into a backwater that revels in its criminality, cover-ups, injustices and hypocrisies.

Odd, isn't it, that it takes a Pravda commentator to drive home the point that the Obama administration is on the wrong side of history. Most of our own media are demanding that WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange be hunted down -- with some of the more bloodthirsty politicians calling for his murder. The corporate-and-government dominated media are apprehensive over the challenge that WikiLeaks presents. Perhaps deep down they know, as Dickens put it, "There is nothing so strong ... as the simple truth."


Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/opinionshop/detail?entry_id=78596#ixzz17XWVIoUT

'Stupid'; code word for discomfort

narciso

Other questions to consider, why is Parker/Spitzer still on the air, considering
their increasingly more selective audience, in the LUN

Extraneus

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!

I dunno this one did me in.

You know that was Jim Ryan, right?

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

Ex,

I knew it was one of us. Just not which one.

Jim Ryan

I so happy I give you a giggle, Jane.

Jim Ryan

Okay, for you phil majors out there: There's a guy I know who often says to me, "I'm uttering a lie right now." Now, come to find out, he's asking the questions no one is asking.

Pagar

The question no one is allowed to ask?

Was William Ayers one of his childhood heros?

Muslim convertArrested in recruiting center bomb plot.

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