Friday, June 1, 2007


He couldn’t have foreseen that one e-mail could derail his career and put him on his way out of the Army. One e-mail, speculating about events that millions of people have questioned for the last six years, was all it took.

“Who really benefited from what happened that day?” he asked rhetorically. Not “Arabs,” but “the Military Industrial Complex,” Buswell concluded. “We must demand a new, independent investigation.”

For voicing those opinions in an e-mail to 38 people on the San Antonio Army base, Buswell was stripped of his security clearance, fired from his job, demoted, and ordered to undergo a mental health exam.

From the "Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave." What a corrupt saying. For asking a simple question about the events around 9/11, this Army Sergeant, who had decently and bravely served for 20 years, has been demoted, ordered not to speak to the press and is being processed out of the career he loved.

"Land of the Free?" Free to go to jail if you don't salute the "Dear Leader", that smirking chimp idiot that stole the White House in 2000 and 2004.

Free to lose your career if you don't "goose-step" behind the racist hate spewers known as the neoCONS. War mongers such as William Kristol, Frederick Kagan and Dick Cheney.

Free to spend the rest of your life in prison if your "brown-shirt" isn't worn properly, like those worn by: Reich Limbaugh and Bill "LOOFA" O'Riley."

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