Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Why is the "Thought Crime" Act still in Committee?

As the vultures drift slowly overhead, descending in ever decreasing circles to feast on the carcass of the democratic republic formerly known as America, signs of life are detected.

The damned body is still moving!! That's most distasteful to these buzzards. Even though these particular genus of buzzards, such as the "Pelosi Backstabbererus", the "Reid Suckerupus" and the most ravenous of all, the "Cheney Murderusallus" will eat a moving body, they prefer to tear off and ingest whole chunks of dead and decaying flesh.

This morbid crew knows they can count of another of their species, the "Lieberman Asskisserus" to deliver the final blow to the highly desired body by cutting out its heart with his "Thought Crime" Prevention Act--Senate Bill 1959

All kidding aside, why is the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terror Prevention Act of 2007 still stuck in the Senate?

Back in October 2007, the U.S. House of Representatives rushed thru this particular heinous piece of legislation, using a little used parliamentary procedure. Pelosi helped rush thru the bill without giving our reps time to read the bill.

Or maybe that U.S. Senator from Tel Aviv, Joe Lieberman, "Big Dick" Cheney and his trained sidekick, the Filipino Monkey Boy, are waiting for the next "false-flag" op against America on U.S. soil to finally shove this freedom smashing piece of legislation down our throats... and up another orifice.

Like the MOSSAD/CIA 9/11 attacks that gave the Zionists and NeoCONs what they wanted: A blank check to wage endless wars in the Middle East against "existential" enemies of Israel all the while, by passing the misnamed "Patriot Act", shredding what was left of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

A shredding of that hallowed document that has been ongoing for a number of years, dating back to the Clinton presidency. That was when the original concept of the Patriot Act was fleshed out, giving one person, President Clinton, the power to decide who was a "terrorist."

Except back then, some Republicans weren't too enamored of the idea of giving that kind of power to "Slick Willie."

But with one of their boys in charge, then "Hey" it's a damn fine idea.

What else could one expect from the "Commander-in-Thief", who has these thoughts on the Constitution?

“I don’t give a goddamn,” Bush retorted. “I’m the President and the Commander-in-Chief. Do it my way.”

“Mr. President,” one aide in the meeting said. “There is a valid case that the provisions in this law undermine the Constitution.”

“Stop throwing the Constitution in my face,” Bush screamed back. “It’s just a goddamned piece of paper!”

A piece of paper that will soon be used as toilet paper, by our Commander-in-Thief. After the next 9/11 type "false-flag" attack on either America or on American kids, stuck in Iraq, fighting wars for Empire and Israel.

Then, all the pieces will fall into place. The Zionists will get another ME war, fought by American kids, against another of Israel's "existential", enemies, Iran.

Cheney will tell his sidekick to declare "Martial Law". But only to protect We the People from ourselves.

And the "Thought Crime" prevention act will be passed into law, thereby effectively killing the Internet.

When the body finally stops showing any signs of life, the buzzards will sweep down and enjoy a sumptuous feast.

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