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IMPEACHMENT OF GEORGE W. BUSH IS AN IMPERATIVE!



















IMPEACHMENT IMPERATIVE….LET’S IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT TODAY!


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Having taught American History and Government for thirty-one (31) years in a life that has spanned from WW II to this current moment, and the most serious threat to our Democracy, of my life time; I can only say, that there is no way I could in good conscience stand before a class of students and not advocate and explain that President George W. Bush must be tried for War Crimes as a matter of International Law and morality, and that he must be Impeached and removed from office in the name of the restoration of Constitutional Government in These United States, and the removal of common criminals from The White House.

Any competent student of History, any true Historian dedicated to the pursuit of historical truth will tell you that in that search one must examine the broad pallet of the era one is examining in terms of the impact and interrelationships of the: social, political, economic, philosophical, moral and artistic out put of any given society at any juncture in time under research investigation.

While I acknowledge that the technologies of our present cultural enables vast amounts of information and artistic self-expression to published; the amount of negative expression directed against this President and current world conditions is so immense that one cannot deny the collective venomous malaise literally pouring, coursing through the veins of our society. Expressions of protest, though not as violent yet, far exceed those of the Vietnam era. In song alone we can identify nearly 2,000 pieces of such material. None yet embodies the hatred of expression of that era’s “Masters of War” though is becoming a frequent reference.

The campuses of America are not riotous and the streets have given us peaceful assemblies thus far, assemblies growing in numbers and frequency. We are, however, not far from a tectonic-like event that will mark the “turning point” in an America that has lost all faith and trust in its President after his most recent shabby attempt to frame yet another, more of the same, escalation in Iraq.

Though the America people do like relish the taste of defeat; they know the reality of this moment in history, and they know that as it will always be, that when their nation is imperiled within, it the people who must and will rise up to preserve the foundation of this nation. That moment is at hand.

I include in this post as my consistent reminder the “minimalist” “Articles of Impeachment” as a constant reminder of what is required of us. That will be followed by a sizable presentation of “Social Ferment” artistic free speech and two relevant reposts from this blog site.

I have permission to post this disturbing piece of personal correspondence, and I do so as an act of sharing the feelings one tortured soul that I am very much afraid reflects the ferment of many American minds.

We are not a happy people and too much of the dark side of our humanity is currently welled up just beneath the surface of our collective emotional controls.

This I fear!

-THE VERY DARK SIDE –ANONYMITY PROTECTED AS PROMISED-

"Friends, neighbors, and countrymen of the Right: I hate your lying despicable guts." I detest your very being; I resent your existence. And while I remain committed to your right to say anything you wish, and to believe anything you will; it ends there as of this day.

You no longer have my respect; that has turned to contempt. You no longer have my toleration; I will grind you under my heel every chance I get and I will scrape you off my shoe like the mashed pile of excrement that you are.

I will no longer tolerate your cowardice, stupidity and meaningless shallow drivel. I will confront you, demean you, belittle, debase demonize and disgrace your name and every utterance at every turn, every mention with every tool of destructive venom that I can summon.

You are vile, evil and your life is pure vexation. You have the right to that life; may it be short, end in debilitating anguish and suffering, and when you are buried I will walk on the still soft earth covering your worthless rotting carcass with joy and in victory.

If a tear should well up it will be a tear of joy, for I will not mourn your passing as your very existence has been a cancer on my life, my time.

I will: delight in your failures, take amusement from your troubles, find pleasure in your miseries, enjoy inflicting injury upon you, contribute to your undoing, rejoice at your disgrace and celebrate your demise, the end of your meaningless worthless lives.

I will mock and soil your memory as long as I draw breath.

I used to try to laugh you people off. Now, I detest you as among the most loathsome people America has ever vomited up.

You are not only dangerous to our way of life; you are a danger to the entire world and Bush has molded you into a mindless flock of sheep.

There are some of you, otherwise intelligent people, who just cannot believe that anything disastrous will happen that the President cannot be impeached while the farce of Iraq is in “progress” that he cannot be brought to trial before the world on War Crimes.

With childish immaturity and a profound snobbery of exclusive denial that surpasses that of the deepest alcoholic and most wasted addict, you walk your sons and daughters forward into a new day where they will be offered up on the altar of World War III as the price to be paid for your lives of mindless, moronic mediocre idiotic comfort.

He has violated The Constitution of The United States willingly and repeatedly; he must be removed from office.

He has ordered and sanctioned the violation of the Geneva Conventions willfully and repeatedly; that constitutes War Crimes of the magnitude punishable by death.

He must be brought to justice.Americans, who simply dismiss those facts, are so uninformed, so unconcerned, so detached, so ignorant, insensitive and driven by the stupidity of mindless arrogance that they just don’t believe an American President can be brought to justice, are fools, mental midgets, ignorant by choice to the degree that I can no longer politely ignore you in common social conversation.

You are an elitist, your every word, “verbal lint” that makes me want to wretch and scream in your faces to wake up your dormant worthless brains.

You are not in touch with reality.

You sicken me as you are the very manure core of the growing Bush Dictatorship.

You are the essence of every ill in this world and you just don’t give a damn because you are so shallow outside of your little “important” everyday world that you think you can get away with simply ignoring anything anyone says and that it all will be well for you and yours.

You don’t want to hear a word anyone else has to say as you live as though all ill will somehow go away and your knee jerk cynicism permits you to scrape aside like dog shit on a sidewalk, anything you do not want to hear.

Your ears have gone deaf; your mind has closed; your eyes are clouded the cataracts of the cynical and your words, instinctual, are those of a practiced hypocrite, all fitting as you have stopped carrying about anyone but yourself. You might as well be truly deaf as your mind absorbs nothing except yourself.

Firmly believing none of the problems of the world will be visited upon you, for you are among “the righteous self anointed chosen ones” entitled to dictate the lives, morals, conduct and human condition of others, like the fool who watches a mole change, convinced it could never kill them so you self centered, self-ordained “intelligent ignorant bastards walk through life with distain for everyone but yourself.

No one else really matters, and thought you may profess love, express grief at the loss of a “loved one”, you will for a few days mouth the ritual cliché collection of funeral home sound bites and content yourself with devouring the estate “droppings” of your dead moments after the repetitious recitations of graveside you have authored, and life will return to your self-absorbed normal tomorrow.

Your lover is a convenience that can be replaced; your “friends” are to be used; your offspring is for show and validation that you are complete.

Your life is a sham, a poorly written play, a well enacted daily hypocrisy.

You owe no one anything and publicly do all those things deemed “correct”. You are so devoid of any real humanity that my bloodlust hatred of you causes me no concern.

Many of you sanctimoniously wrap yourselves in the cloak of their naive foolish belief in a God; it is a funeral shroud.

Everything is in the hands of God, and the hands and mouths of those who plunder this Earth and manipulate the mindless pathetic flock they pretend to serve. Your Christianity is but a title you need for self-defined respectability.

You are the people I now hate, hate with a passion that no words in our language can express, (only acts of violence would suffice)--these people who seek to control our national security.

The best of you are misinformed; the worst are knowingly evil. The rest of you are vicious liars.

So I intend to vote on November 7 as I always do, but this time it will not be a felling of hope; my vote will be cast with the vile tastes of hatred and revenge on my tongue.If I have to, I'll crawl over broken glass to do it. And this year I'm voting a straight Democratic ticket right down to dog catcher, because I've had it.

I'm fed up with the deranged, lying Right.

You have attacked me so many times in my life, and I have accepted and dealt with those attacks; no more; if you want destruction, I will provide every measure of it I can muster for the rest of my life.

You have infected me.

I will see to it everyday in every act and word that your lives will be under attack and your every value undermined and labeled as hateful worthless trash and that you values are as worthless as your existence.

I'm now a hater, too." I have loved with a passion; I will now hate with a constant consistent vengeance. I have eradicated the words forgiveness, understanding, compassion and toleration from my vocabulary and being where you are concerned.

Should those I hate never have been born; this world would be a better place.

May you live in agony, fail in disgrace and die with long lingering suffering that consumes all you have accumulated leaving your off spring nothing.

You have driven me to the point where song lyrics to THE MASTERS OF WAR just won’t fade from my mind; you have authored despair, the sickness unto death; this I cannot forgive!

MASTERS OF WAR

Come you masters of war, you that build all the guns.
You that build the death place, you that build all the guns.
You that hide behind walls, you that hide behind desks.
I just want you to know, I can see through your masks.


You that never done nothing, but to build and destroy.
You play with my world, like its your little toy.
You put a drug in my head, then you hide from my eyes
And you turn and run following the fast foolish lie.

Like Judas of old, you lie and deceive
A world war can be won, you won't need to believe
But I see through your eyes, and I see through your brain
like I see through the water that runs down my drain.

You that fasten all the triggers, for the others to fire
Then you sit back and watch, while the death count gets higher
You hide in your mansion, while young people's blood
Flows out their bodies and is buried in the mud.

You've thrown the worst fear, that could ever be hurled
The fear to bring children, into this world
For threatenin' my baby, unborn and unnamed
You ain't worth the blood that runs in your veins

How much do I know, to talk out of turn?
You might say that I'm young, you might say I'm unlearned
But there's one thing I know, though I'm younger than you
Even Jesus would never forgive what you do.

Let me ask you one question, is your money that good?
Will it buy you forgiveness?
Do you think that it could?

Oh, I think you will find, when your death takes its toll
All the money you made will never buy back your soul.

And I hope that you die, and your death will come soon.

I'll follow your casket, in the pale afternoon, and I'll watch as your lowered,

into your death bed and I'll stand on your grave till I'm sure that your dead.

Posted by Ed, Dickau at 9:54 PM


ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT


The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors. - - ARTICLE II, SECTION 4 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

President George W. Bush, Vice President Richard B. Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales have committed violations and subversions of the Constitution of the United States of America in an attempt to carry out with impunity crimes against peace and humanity and war crimes and deprivations of the civil rights of the people of the United States and other nations, by assuming powers of an imperial executive unaccountable to law and usurping powers of the Congress, the Judiciary and those reserved to the people of the United States, by the following acts:

1) Seizing power to wage wars of aggression in defiance of the U.S. Constitution, the U.N. Charter and the rule of law; carrying out a massive assault on and occupation of Iraq, a country that was not threatening the United States, resulting in the death and maiming of over one hundred thousand Iraqis, and thousands of U.S. G.I.s.

2) Lying to the people of the U.S., to Congress, and to the U.N., providing false and deceptive rationales for war.

3) Authorizing, ordering and condoning direct attacks on civilians, civilian facilities and locations where civilian casualties were unavoidable.

4) Instituting a secret and illegal wiretapping and spying operation against the people of the United States through the National Security Agency.

5) Threatening the independence and sovereignty of Iraq by belligerently changing its government by force and assaulting Iraq in a war of aggression.

6) Authorizing, ordering and condoning assassinations, summary executions, kidnappings, secret and other illegal detentions of individuals, torture and physical and psychological coercion of prisoners to obtain false statements concerning acts and intentions of governments and individuals and violating within the United States, and by authorizing U.S. forces and agents elsewhere, the rights of individuals under the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

7) Making, ordering and condoning false statements and propaganda about the conduct of foreign governments and individuals and acts by U.S. government personnel; manipulating the media and foreign governments with false information; concealing information vital to public discussion and informed judgment concerning acts, intentions and possession, or efforts to obtain weapons of mass destruction in order to falsely create a climate of fear and destroy opposition to U.S. wars of aggression and first strike attacks.

8) Violations and subversions of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, both a part of the "Supreme Law of the land" under Article VI, paragraph 2, of the Constitution, in an attempt to commit with impunity crimes against peace and humanity and war crimes in wars and threats of aggression against Afghanistan, Iraq and others and usurping powers of the United Nations and the peoples of its nations by bribery, coercion and other corrupt acts and by rejecting treaties, committing treaty violations, and frustrating compliance with treaties in order to destroy any means by which international law and institutions can prevent, affect, or adjudicate the exercise of U.S. military and economic power against the international community.

9) Acting to strip United States citizens of their constitutional and human rights, ordering indefinite detention of citizens, without access to counsel, without charge, and without opportunity to appear before a civil judicial officer to challenge the detention, based solely on the discretionary designation by the Executive of a citizen as an "enemy combatant."

10) Ordering indefinite detention of non-citizens in the United States and elsewhere, and without charge, at the discretionary designation of the Attorney General or the Secretary of Defense.

11) Ordering and authorizing the Attorney General to override judicial orders of release of detainees under INS jurisdiction, even where the judicial officer after full hearing determines a detainee is wrongfully held by the government.

12) Authorizing secret military tribunals and summary execution of persons who are not citizens who are designated solely at the discretion of the Executive who acts as indicting official, prosecutor and as the only avenue of appellate relief.

13) Refusing to provide public disclosure of the identities and locations of persons who have been arrested, detained and imprisoned by the U.S. government in the United States, including in response to Congressional inquiry.

14) Use of secret arrests of persons within the United States and elsewhere and denial of the right to public trials.

15) Authorizing the monitoring of confidential attorney-client privileged communications by the government, even in the absence of a court order and even where an incarcerated person has not been charged with a crime.

16) Ordering and authorizing the seizure of assets of persons in the United States, prior to hearing or trial, for lawful or innocent association with any entity that at the discretionary designation of the Executive has been deemed "terrorist."

17) Engaging in criminal neglect in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, depriving thousands of people in Louisiana, Mississippi and other Gulf States of urgently needed support, causing mass suffering and unnecessary loss of life.

18) Institutionalization of racial and religious profiling and authorization of domestic spying by federal law enforcement on persons based on their engagement in noncriminal religious and political activity.

19) Refusal to provide information and records necessary and appropriate for the constitutional right of legislative oversight of executive functions.

20) Rejecting treaties protective of peace and human rights and abrogation of the obligations of the United States under, and withdrawal from, international treaties and obligations without consent of the legislative branch, and including termination of the ABM treaty between the United States and Russia, and rescission of the authorizing signature from the Treaty of Rome which served as the basis for the International Criminal Court.

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258.
Listen - Wade In The Rhythm
259.
Looking Forward - Gene Gregory
260.
No War - The Washoe Project
261.
Protorture Party - The Roach Brothers
262.
Stupid Waste of Life - Dots Will Echo
263.
Support The Troops - Country Joe McDonald
264.
Take Me Home: A Soldier's Prayer - Pieta Brown
265.
The President's Brain (Is Missing) - Big Green
266.
The Quest - Jason Vee
267.
This Is My Country Too - James Madison Harper
268.
What For? - Dan Bell
269.
What Would You Do - Paris
270.
White Feather - Phil Ayoub
271.
An American My God - Shootin' Pains
272.
Another World Is Possible - Stephan Smith
273.
From Sea To Sea - Katie Grigsby
274.
Hate Will Get Us Nowhere - El Cuero
275.
This Rich Man's War - Jeremy Canonico
276.
Wave The Flag And Give 'Em God - Rob Roper
277.
WWJD? - Silas
278.
Ripping of Red White and Blue - Sons Of Zeno
279.
Wicked Hand - Whale Songs
280.
Amanda Come Home - Mike Beck
281.
Lights Out - Iain Rocco
282.
No More Rain - Mother Jones Band
283.
Soldiers Lament - Munks Harvest
284.
Dover Lament - Sons of Zeno
285.
Will The Future Blame Us - Our Lady Peace
286.
The Believer - Gabriel Berezin
287.
I'm The Decider Koo-Koo-Kachoo - Paul Hipp
288.
America - Pinky
289.
We Must Be All Right - Angela Ortiz
290.
Homage To The Boss Man - Dave Golden
291.
When The Mountain Comes Down - The Johnny O Band
292.
911 (You Missed America) - Ric Taylor
293.
Humpty Dumpty (U.N. Song) - Louis Twinn
294.
Jesus (don't give tax breaks) - Frank Hoier
295.
Spineless Leaders - Rock N. Rose
296.
We'll Buy A Flag - Robert Morgan Fisher
297.
When the President Talks To God - Bright Eyes
298.
Gaza - Karin Blaine
299.
People Like Us - Dan Connor
300.
Danger Zone - Temple 8
301.
President's Son - Matt Angus
302.
You Speak For Me Cindy - Jonathan Bright
303.
Amazing Grace - Ellis D
304.
Bush War - Fuckshovel
305.
Conspiracy Theory - D. Landry & Dirty Cajuns
306.
Down Like Hell - The Curb
307.
Feel Free - Dave Howard
308.
Fight War - Aardvark Gringo
309.
Guns Of Love - Michael Caruso
310.
Masters of War - Villaincognito
311.
Mesopotamian Blues - Staggerlee
312.
Why Oh Why - Rick Bone
313.
For Christ's Sake - John Stowers
314.
Former President Bush - Lach
315.
George Bush Can Kiss My Tush - Ian Butler
316.
Guantanamo - Harley String Band
317.
I Believe in Stephen Colbert - Karmen Aster
318.
I Could Say Donald Rumsfeld is... - Rogers Godvane
319.
If I Had The Power - Onefishtufsh
320.
Red Black & Blue - Danny Kelly
321.
Red White & Blue - Gary Gates
322.
Secret War - Kluso T
323.
Tearin At The Heart Of Me - My Record Player
324.
Bin Laden - Immortal Technique
325.
Clear View of Evil - Art Edwards
326.
Come On Over - The Fabulous Yellow Roman Candles
327.
Convention Hall - Jonathan Bright
328.
Food - brian QTN
329.
Impeach The President - A MysterE
330.
Misanthrope - Lo's Music Page
331.
Once I Had A Homeland - Barbara Jarrell
332.
Soldiers Of Peace - Michael Bonanno
333.
Wish I Was Gold - Matt Keating & Emily Spray
334.
(at least I) Ain't No Republican - Rootless Cosmopolitans
335.
A Christmas Wish From Iraq - Bill Laing
336.
America Is A Miracle - Hypertonics
337.
Black Water - Charlie Musslewhite
338.
Burning Bush - Pain Reliever
339.
Bush Bombs And Bin Laden - Green Man
340.
Dear John Mellancamp - Kit Malone
341.
Democracy At The Point Of A Gun - Jason Luckett
342.
Eve of Destruction - Bob Maus
343.
Go On - Jen Chapin
344.
Homeland Security - Dan Reich
345.
How Many Soldiers Have To Die - Bearfoot Wayne
346.
I Am Not At War With Anyone - Luka Bloom
347.
I Shot Tom Joad - The Wells
348.
I Wouldn't Lie To You - Sherry Austin
349.
It's Nuclear George - David LaFleur
350.
Soldier's Lullabye - Todd Michaelsen
351.
Soldiers Speak Out - Orlando Morales
352.
The War Song - John Molyneux
353.
There Is Something Wrong Here - Steven Knechtges
354.
Wake Up Call - Dan Connor
355.
Wal-Mart - Barry Fitzgerald
356.
When War Starts - Barry Bliss
357.
All The Same - Jay Nash
358.
Bullets To Ballots - Roots Rock Rebel
359.
Gather Round The Stone - Ben Harper
360.
Life Must Go On - Lane Steinberg
361.
Little Black Cloud - Marty Atkinson
362.
Never Ending War - John Parker Compton
363.
Not Too Late - Cinnamon Girl
364.
Ride Ride Ride - The Fence Bells
365.
Soldier's Lament - Mike McLaren
366.
Something Scary - Joe Gould's Secret
367.
The Clowns - Colin James Gibson
368.
The Size Of Infinity - Hillel Arnold
369.
Hidden Thieves - Miss Flag
370.
Scary-Go-Round - Bolder Monkey
371.
American Refugee - Nate Wallace
372.
A Prisoner Of Conscience - Janet Bates
373.
Bodies In Bodybags - Siobhan O'Brien
374.
Hey Dude Where's My Oil - Blues LSD
375.
America 2006 - Leigh MacCallum
376.
Let Them Eat War - Bad Religion
377.
America - nowhere
378.
Drunk On Election Night - Dan Kelly And The Alpha Males
379.
Get Up Off Your F*** Ass - Pru Clearwater
380.
Out of Zion - Dave Stein Bubhub
381.
Squash The Resistance - Mokus
382.
Troubled Ground - Gary Ward
383.
Clusterbombs (of peace and love) - Jim Casper
384.
Dictator - The Decliners
385.
Bagdhad Blues - Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion
386.
Call It America - Joe Travers
387.
In This America - Arjay Sutton
388.
It's Not A War - Arm and the Hammers
389.
People Tell Me - Hypocrite Hippies
390.
The Fog Of War - Matt Turk
391.
Corporate Wars - Small World
392.
Cut And Run - The Billionaires
393.
God Bless America - James McMurtry
394.
Halliburton Boardroom Massacre - David Rovics
395.
Humm-V - Robby Roberson
396.
I Hope Your God Has Mercy on Mine - Matthew Ryan
397.
Impeachable - The Impeachables
398.
Stay The Course - Kieran & the Plague
399.
Tired of Waiting Around - Moldie Locks
400.
Wheels Of The Pentagon - Pat Flanakin
401.
Apocalypso - Exploding Head
402.
Atomic Bomb Babies - Ken Post
403.
Bagdad - Scavanger
404.
Basic Cable Blues - Walter Mann
405.
Digest and Waste - Remo
406.
Freedom - Earthbound Hero
407.
Ghosts Of What I've Done - Bob Wynne and Dave Pheifer
408.
Killing Machine - Fred Gillen Jr.
409.
No Dishonor - J. J. Hayes
410.
Shine A Light - Jenny Yates
411.
Something To Believe In - R-Three
412.
Take This World - Carl Beaupre
413.
Willing To Die - James C
414.
You Got Away With It - Todd Snider
415.
Agent Orange - Mountain Mirrors
416.
Ahmed - Ting
417.
Battle In Baghdad - Josie Crosby
418.
Did You REALLY Think There Were WMDs - Lonesome Swordfish
419.
Final Call Before Armageddon - Truth Told
420.
Gonna Take It Back - Raspberry Addiction
421.
Letter Home - John MacLean
422.
Nothing Good About War - Project Tru
423.
Ode To A Leader - Lester Norton
424.
(It's a) Bush War - New World Odor
425.
Drugs Against War - Flow
426.
Get It Right This Time - Spida
427.
The Other Nine - Todd Mathis
428.
Torture v3 - Stuart Walker
429.
J.P.M.F.Y.F. - Tim Easton
430.
Back In The USA Feelin Blue - Steve Slocum
431.
Rocket - Clay Rooster
432.
Eddie's Song - Tom Begich
433.
Peace In The World - The Winnerys
434.
Taking My Business Elsewhere - BrothertonSoundWorks
435.
Freedom - Amos Lee
436.
Led Into War - Ded book
437.
Blood On Our Hands - Sean Schenker
438.
No Ticker Tape Parade - Kenny Roby
439.
Stay Human - Spearhead/Michael Franti
440.
America The Beautiful: Four New Verses - Frank Gillen Jr
441.
Ballad Of Fred Sanders - Steve Barger And The Altruists
442.
Hatred My Son - Paul Vidito
443.
Land Of The Free - Hobo Chili
444.
U.S. Marine Corp. - Kasey Rausch
445.
Walmartville - Father Time
446.
Whatcha Gonna Do - Elmer Creek Conspiracy
447.
Can't Have Peace - Terry Prong
448.
Code Orange - Crayon Resist
449.
Hero - Fat Glass
450.
Our Own Kind - Nora Callahan
451.
Study War No More - Django & Skippy
452.
The War On Peace - Deathstar Orchestra
453.
Cut 'Em Down - Balkey & Byrd
454.
Hope For a Handgun - Mute June
455.
Jet Pilot - Son Volt
456.
Land Of The Free - Totem Soul
457.
Headlines - 12 Gauge Sweethearts
458.
Hypnotized - Aquarian Age
459.
I Lie - Will Kimbrough
460.
Missing Man - Bunny Brown
461.
Small Man of History - Crow Greenspun
462.
Who's to Blame? - Op-Critical
463.
Sept. 11 - Geoff Burgess
464.
Walk On Water - Ross Ryan
465.
Mornin' Light - Wayne Whittaker
466.
I'm Against The War - Pieter Tak
467.
Emma Lee - Herschel Lee Brown
468.
Impeach Bush - Iron Sheik
469.
Josh Hisle - Sound Of My Regret
470.
The President's Song - Steve Park
471.
Red Mud - Fred Kinbom
472.
God Coulda Told Him - John Sieger
473.
Heaven's Gate - George Wirth
474.
Lightning And Thunder - Nic Tredwell
475.
Stop the Wars - Mike Stout
476.
American Lament - Thomas Floyd Band
477.
Anti War Demonstration - Gregory Page
478.
In Gods We Trust - Ditheramb
479.
Inquisition - Ed Perrone
480.
Love Is The Answer (For World Peace) - Lipbone Redding
481.
New Wall - Daniel J. Kiely
482.
Revolution - Dead River
483.
Two Bush Blues - George Scherer
484.
War Is Peace - Richard Hinrichsen
485.
Chains Of Freedom - Nick Pilmeyer
486.
Doing The Eggshell Walk - Jiguma
487.
George W Blues - Dick Aven
488.
God Don't Like It - Ancient Cracked Voice
489.
High School Army Recruiter - Howard Iceberg and the Titanics
490.
Tim Ryan Runs The Voodoo Down - Norton Antivirus
491.
Daddy Did It - Stony Point
492.
Human - Eric Ginsberg
493.
The World's A Strange Place - Mousebones
494.
Under One God - George D. Lesche
495.
All in Our Name - The Buzzards
496.
American Dream - Seabone
497.
Apocalypse Cow - David Hahn
498.
Peace - Heliotroupe
499.
The Time We Killed - Fast Product
500.
They Spun Us Another War Ma - Michael Jensen
501.
Cash Back - Franz Pusch
502.
Tired - Drew Brody
503.
Anti Mother Earth - Michael Sims
504.
Minister Of Defence - Bhi Bhiman
505.
The American Way - Brian Griffin
506.
You Took The Money - Bossa Nova Beatniks
507.
Arlington - Uncle Wade
508.
Soldiers Heart - Jeff Deppa
509.
Can't Change The World - Jeff Sheppard
510.
Dark Star - The Norton Folgate Sound
511.
Name on the Wall - Doug Spartz
512.
American Trainwreck - Phil Drum
513.
Homeland Insecurity - Jiguma
514.
Jesus Freak President - Derek Bush
515.
When It Comes Down - Jeff Smith
516.
Before He Went To War - Patty Ann Smith
517.
Road to Baghdad - Tony Khalfe
518.
Whisper Of War - Jim Maxon
519.
America The Blues - Alicia Bay Laurel
520.
Let's Be Friends - Don Sealer
521.
The Bell - Stephan Smith
522.
The Wait - Mardi Gras
523.
All Nice And Legal - Moe Shinola
524.
Regime Change - Grid Stalker
525.
Emerald City Tigers - Crayon Resist
526.
Happy And Free - Selters
527.
Mansions - The Turpentine Treacle Traveling Medicine Show
528.
Small Man - Of The Red Sea
529.
What You See Is Real - So long problems
530.
Who's Foolin Who? - Smokin Socks
531.
Peace - dots will echo
532.
Rumdum Daddy - JPT Scare Band
533.
A Traitor's Death - Josh Hisle
534.
Fresh Paint - Lila Nelson
535.
Camouflage - Poorman's Tonic
536.
Please Mr President - Jen Cass
537.
Be My TV - Clay Rooster
538.
Georgie Is A Liar - Dave McMann
539.
Double-You - Zero Charisma
540.
Golden Calf - bloodriver
541.
Wasteland - Josh Hisle
542.
Drink It Down - Fendahlene
543.
Just Another Warsong - Lazy Sunday Dream
544.
A Thousand Children - Silas
545.
My Dear Friend - Dusty Onyx
546.
Hey Soldier - Stewart Guthrie
547.
Dance on Graves - Old No. 8
548.
Dear Mr President - Christene LeDoux
549.
Echoes of War - Francesco Lucarelli
550.
In The Service Of The King - Mark Ferguson Wait
551.
That There War - Tomthefolksinger
552.
War Is Not For - Marc Pedraza
553.
Dont Obey - Scott Ainslie
554.
Pax Americana - Etown
555.
Republican Guard - Paul K Strother
556.
We Are Going To War - Lookwood
557.
War For Peace - The Posers
558.
Won't Die For You - Bonecrusher
559.
11-Sep - The Remedies
560.
Baghdad Road - Peacesong
561.
Caught In The Middle - Three Fifths
562.
Peace Through War - Mike Delaney
563.
The Ballad of Curious George - Russ Chapman
564.
The Rise And The Fall - Bright Lights
565.
They Called Her America - Jenny Yates
566.
My Rev - Zero Charisma
567.
OrDinAry TrAsH - Zen Thesis
568.
Down With The Government - Toby Goodshank
569.
Love & Medicine - Phillip Flathead
570.
Sexy Lilliputians - Brand New Vietnam
571.
Dustbowl - North of Summer
572.
I Don't Wanna See - Dale Murray
573.
Hero - Victoria Bouffard
574.
Please Stop Celebrating - Jon Epworth and the Improvements
575.
3 Years/3 Pov's - M B Conn
576.
My Dog God - Mars Arizona
577.
Rectify - Amber Norgaard
578.
The Covenant - James Lee Stanley
579.
God Guns and Glory - The Gaslights
580.
How Long - Kenny White
581.
Blinded - The Known Unknowns
582.
Crime In The Air - Central Park
583.
For Peace - Clare Gabriel
584.
MoJoBand Needn't Worry Now - Son Vo
585.
Oil Pipe Lie - The Purple Organ
586.
Paranoid Wartime Blues - Peter Nevins
587.
The Volunteer - Freeze Out
588.
Until The End - Rick Ray Bank
589.
War Song - Bill deRome
590.
This World - Dominick Pages
591.
The Irrational Anthem - The Sons of Emperor Norton
592.
The Advisory - KnotPineBox
593.
No One Can Govern The Sun - Volker Doormann
594.
This Town - Brendan Earley
595.
Patriot Problem - Knotpinebox
596.
The Stand (for Paul Wellstone) - Debra Barbre
597.
Submerged Terrain Homesick Blues - Tiny Man Inside
598.
Join The Army - Marty Pruce
599.
Ballad of Don Quijote - Mike Gluck
600.
21 Guns - Derek Bush
601.
Foxes and Coyotes 'n the Bushes - Escander
602.
Heros of America - August Bullock
603.
I Can't Wake Up - The Pits
604.
National Anthem Revisited - AMBIII and The Real News
605.
Full Bloom - John Shain
606.
Caged Bird - Matthew Ryan
607.
Dreams and Logic - Remember the Wolf
608.
Fires Keep Burning - Tony Lowe
609.
ICBM - Analog Jetpack
610.
No More War Blues - Al Willard Peterson
611.
Texas Dope - Jack Mullins
612.
Walk On - Craig Gilden
613.
You Lie Like A Rug - Will Kouf
614.
America Want To Be - Patricia Eyre
615.
Cocaine Kid - Jonathan Byrd
616.
Election Day - Jen Chapin
617.
Hell No - Ted Blackwell
618.
Hello Mama - Yikes McGee
619.
Sibel Edmonds - Gary Hood and The Last Show Ever
620.
The Call - Pete Webb
621.
What Am I Fighting For - carleko
622.
Yelling For War - Sue Jeffers
623.
The Cowboy - Jim Savarino
624.
Goin' Back To Crawford - 0Dark30
625.
Pointless - Head Of State
626.
Watching the Show - Francesco Lucarelli
627.
George Dubya - Michal Hasek
628.
Our New Country - Heba Saab
629.
Checks and Balances - Jaik Willis
630.
Daniel Said - Uncle Sam Band
631.
The Land of the Free - Franz Pusch
632.
There's Always One More - Strummer
633.
Fallujah Lullaby - Elmer Creek Conspiracy
634.
Loose Lips - Kimya Dawson
635.
Mr. Rove - Willywagga
636.
My Strange Nation - Susan Werner
637.
The W Song - Ted Blackwell
638.
A Song For Peace - Teresa Healy
639.
Bring Back the Draft - Elmer Creek Conspiracy
640.
Homeland Security - Forrest Whitlow
641.
Is There Any Real Peace Anymore? - Alimar
642.
Peace - Kevin Reeves
643.
Power Corrupts - Rob Getzschman
644.
Sad Song - Tex Hexman
645.
Snowing In Jerusalem - George Wirth
646.
The War Is Going Well - Goucho Gill
647.
White Man Killing Black Man Killing Red Man Killing Yellow - New Rain
648.
1984 - Eric Lynn
649.
A Crying Shame - The Steeds
650.
Burning Bush - Steve Rangel
651.
Die Jugend Marschiert - Propagandhi
652.
Flag Day - Ross James
653.
Streets of Baghdad - Greg Madden
654.
The Wrongness of Righteousness - Gerard Daley
655.
It's Not Right - Norm Harris
656.
Out Here - Florida Street
657.
Peace Now - Gaia Consort
658.
The Other People On The Plane - Paul Solecki
659.
Un 514 - Austin Brady
660.
No Evasion - Craig Greenberg
661.
Call To Arms - Leo Haszard and Lori
662.
Heck General - Eaglehead
663.
Serfs Are On Their Way - Billy Reid
664.
The Eye Song - The Eye
665.
Coventry Cross - Vincent Leeds
666.
GiAnt FaDe - Zen Thesis
667.
Big Brother is Here - edison freeman and the color of fire
668.
Peacetime Peacetime - PHair music
669.
Revolution or Suicide - Luke Tan
670.
Cocktails And Machine Guns - Forrest Whitlow
671.
My Country - Teddy Kumpel
672.
Occulture - Keith Haman
673.
Take Me Away - The Distant Moons
674.
Auntie War - Ultronz
675.
Evolve - Andonymous
676.
The Bomb Song - Large Red Wilgglers
677.
Airplanes - Dead Guitars
678.
Big Brother - Green Leaf
679.
Disgraced - Cary Kemp and the Cosmic Left
680.
Earthmover - Forrest Whitlow
681.
God Coulda Said - Phil Lee
682.
Used To It - The Ultronz
683.
Who's Flying Our Plane - Playing In Traffic
684.
1000 Miles - Jennifer Matthews
685.
America - Gery Tinkelenberg
686.
John Wayne - Sonny Mone
687.
You And Me - karl
688.
Eyes Like Knives - Holcombe Waller
689.
False Flag - Tex Hexman
690.
Starting Over - Adam Sweeney
691.
The Same Sky - James Hollingsworth
692.
The War - Samuel Anthony Ettaro
693.
What is War Live - Silverwood Studio
694.
It's A Wonderful War - The Black Veils
695.
War in Oklahoma - Dark Edge Music
696.
M16 - Jefferson Pepper
697.
Dream Me - Deborah Crooks
698.
I Wanna Change It - Otis Gibbs
699.
Something In The Air - Chris Chandler
700.
Lady At The Well - The Seers
701.
A Hero's Father - Mike Strasser
702.
Casey's Song - Michael Bonanno
703.
Disappearing - Kerry Rutherford Band
704.
Hurricanes - Robin Galante
705.
Sound of Missle - Jon Braun
706.
Goodriddance - Fritz Fiedler
707.
The Sky Is Falling - Kimrea & Dreamdogs
708.
Got War - MD Dunn
709.
Illegal - The Cucumbers
710.
It's A Free Country - Nathan Perry
711.
Mascot - J.D. Nash
712.
Sincere Deception - Gery Tinkelenberg
713.
Apathesia - Sonny Flaharty
714.
Body Bags - Blowback
715.
Christmas in Fallujah - Jefferson Pepper
716.
Fall From Grace - Kerry Rutherford Band
717.
Frame Of Mind Rag - Shaun Ellis
718.
I've Had Enough - Ken Adler
719.
Let All The Votes Be Counted - Jeff Smith
720.
Young American Dreamer - Jason White
721.
Ask Your Money - David Prill
722.
Imposter - Suzanne Benorden
723.
I've Got Issues - Matt Connelly
724.
Just One American - The Chillum Brothers
725.
Moment of Love - Brian Dondo
726.
Our Grief Is Not A Cry For War - Laurie Childers
727.
Protest Song - Lunamarys
728.
Break the Cycle - Days Drive
729.
Can't Ride The Bomb Anymore - Cem and Clem
730.
Corporate State of America - Mike Strasser
731.
Everywhere - Greg Trooper
732.
Hold Me Down - Clarence Clark
733.
I Wanna Change It - Otis Gibbs
734.
Impeach - Tom Chelston
735.
New Clear Vision - Aardvark Gingo
736.
Orange Alert - The Briefs
737.
Say You Will - Hop On Pop
738.
The Way Of Domination - Music For Pets
739.
Stop the War - Markis
740.
The Wasted Generation - Andersonian
741.
Watermarks - Dream Kitchen
742.
Where Is The Rage - Pat Scanlon
743.
Blue White and RED - Evan Raymond
744.
Church Street - Osonics
745.
New Sworn Enemy - Lance Reegan-Diehl
746.
The Big Picture - Temple 8
747.
Dubya MD's - The Quiet
748.
I Did Not Enlist For This - Laura Katherine Meyer
749.
Seeds of Peace - Mark Erelli
750.
Taco Curtain - Annie and the Vets
751.
Don't Forget War - Terry Hubbard
752.
God Didn't Tell You - Snowdragon
753.
Hard To Be A Hero - Todd Butler
754.
Never Wonder - Viola Formica
755.
When It Rains - Niklas Lindkvist
756.
A Snake Under Every Stone - Kyle Bronsdon
757.
Beruit - Civil Defence
758.
Justify This - Peter Greenstone
759.
Stars and Banners - Music From the Big White
760.
Beautiful Bombshelters - Roadside Prophets
761.
Don't Let It Rain - Ronson
762.
Fighting For - Coppermine
763.
Foolish Pride - CJ Roselle
764.
Love In A Time Of War - Walter Egan
765.
My America - Mark Scott LaMountain And The Blue Thunder Band
766.
The Beat Goes On - DJ Lou
767.
The Election Song - Jason Messer
768.
The Robots - Civil Defence
769.
These Colors Are Mine - American Hawk
770.
Uniforms - Walter Mann
771.
Wake Up - No Origin
772.
War is Not a Game - Durston/Kamm/MacDonald
773.
Black Doves - Amelia White
774.
Black Heart Cold Steel - Jimi Poscius
775.
Don't Mess With My God - Dan Reich
776.
Have You Had Enough - Rotflmao
777.
If We All Pull Together - Crystal Blue
778.
No Allegiance - Large Red Wilgglers
779.
Peaceful Lives - Eurogliders
780.
When - Dadai/Snowdragon
781.
Wings Take Dream - Looking For London
782.
Built For The War - Mark Hewer
783.
Terrified - Trevor Childs
784.
Eagle - Annie and the Vets
785.
Wake Up - Mike Grutka
786.
Cost - The Dealers
787.
Freakshow Colab - Annalia
788.
The Choice - David Morgan & Mitchel Delevie
789.
Night Of Warfare - The Seers
790.
Flyin High - Harold R. Luper
791.
Government Hates - Lookwood
792.
U Super Usurper - Gordon Michael Borsa
793.
Eternal War - Joel Moore
794.
I'll Decide - Dr. L
795.
Liberator - World Shelter
796.
Hollow Ones - Richard Schletty
797.
Storm Is Raging - Richard Schletty
798.
Don't Say You Know - Graham Craig
799.
Without Pride - Hayo Van Reek
800.
On Our Sleeve - Stephen Taylor
801.
Shadow Of The Blade - Don Michael Sampson
802.
Hail Planet! - Tomas Walter
803.
No One - Spring Clock Wonder
804.
Freedom - FAM
805.
Unforgettable Soweto - Jay Lou Ava
806.
All Over But The Shoutin' - James Hooker
807.
Big Fat Nothing - Stevel
808.
In The Rain - Stephen DiJoseph
809.
The Ballad of Junior - Dennis Goza
810.
I Decree - Eric Myers
811.
Random Acts - Alien Headspace
812.
March on WDC - Vinnie James
813.
Warsong - Vinnie James
814.
Here In America - Kit Malone
815.
Shadowrung - Seconds On End
816.
Banquet of Evil - Neal Golden
817.
Anthem - Sandy Ross
818.
Head'em Off At The Pass - Wolf Krakowski
819.
The Fall and Impact - The Conductor
820.
WWIII - Larree
821.
What Would They Tell? - Larree
822.
Mighty Jehovah - A. J. Roach
823.
This Is Rome - Ethereal
824.
Awareness - Adam Clarke and Alannah Richards
825.
Drop Out - Joan
826.
War's Lost Night - Dadai
827.
Ugly Things - Kelli King & Jim Bouchard
828.
The Free & the Brave - The Fritters
829.
Rollin' the Miles - Dave Stein Bubhub
830.
Toy Soldiers - Lenny Laks
831.
This Mistake - Mike Masse
832.
Criminal King - Debristream
833.
Follow The Leader - Peter Kronowitt
834.
Terror Bound - AMBIII and The Real News
835.
Bloody Moon - Black Market Babies
836.
The Hero - Greg Madden
837.
Mutual Destruction - Soul Shaker
838.
No More Fighting - Thomekk & Mona
839.
Sweet Peace - The Conductor
840.
Hard Hard Times - Rob Rarus
841.
Get By - The Grip Weeds
842.
Peaceful Warriors - Twinflame
843.
Everyday War - Mike Younger
844.
Devils Blood - Mad Buffalo
845.
Fool Stand - Mad Buffalo
846.
The Recruiter - Ed Fleck
847.
Sure Shot - David Aaron
848.
On the Bright Side - Hugo Race and the True Spirit
849.
Baghdad - Ed Pettersen
850.
Gather the Family Round - Ed Pettersen
851.
You Tell Me - Jimi Pocius
852.
Bored of Memory - Holcombe Waller
853.
Deeplight - Todd Edwards
854.
Silly Putty - Mike Nicolai
855.
As Blossoms Fall - Iwori
856.
One More - Jeff A Deppa
857.
Hayo - Jeb Stuart
858.
Lay Down - Mathew Joseph
859.
Pouring Rain - Mike Grutka
860.
Resolution - Granati Brothers
861.
Party Anthem - Eric Rudiak
862.
Hero And A Brave - Michael Vatter
863.
The War To End All Wars - Kevy Nova
864.
On Sacred Ground - Bobby Lee and John Reese
865.
Bushed - Todd Butler
866.
Politician Blues - Thornton Creek
867.
Stain On The Flag - Tiny Man Inside
868.
Freedom - Hippi Steve and The Kush
869.
Old News - 3KStatic
870.
Big World - Harry The Hipster
871.
Homeland Security - Randy Baugh
872.
Ain't No Reason - Brett Dennen
873.
Take Me Home - Geoffrey Rutledge
874.
Save The World - George D. Lesche
875.
World Is Fallin' - Jody Aaron
876.
One Mother Earth - Pacific Fists
877.
Operation American Freedom 1 - et-cetera
878.
Against World Wide War - Azzura Piccinni
879.
Blind Trinity - Laura Thomas
880.
Fire Red This World - Vic Homan
881.
The Wimp Factor - KingAlcohol
882.
Step Down - Derek See
883.
Iraq Blues no 2 - Asa Dale Lewis
884.
Lets Make An Atomic Bomb - Oddbods Finger
885.
We're All Dissenters Of The War - Ben Face
886.
W - John Lilly
887.
One Church Town - Christopher Radcliffe
888.
Warmongers - Stuart Walker
889.
Untitled - Eden Roe
890.
God Is Great - Frank Gayer Martin
891.
Where Are You - Chris Pollard
892.
Patriot - Sam Turton
893.
Empires Fall - Sam Turton
894.
Culture of Life - Citizen O'Kane
895.
The Ballad of the Roses - Val Zudell
896.
lower expectations - Ironsheik
897.
Falsely Accused - Jay Fraser
898.
6500 Times - Terry Prong
899.
No More Parades - Jennifer Friedman
900.
Blood & Bone - Jennifer Friedman
901.
2003 - The Flood
902.
Put Him In Uniform - Glenn Thorpe
903.
With Us/Against Us - Doug Robinson
904.
Counting The Days - Victoria Woods & Ray Palagy
905.
You'd Shoot... - Steve Bevis
906.
Might Be - Pete Miser
907.
Home Soon - Orlando Luckey
908.
Priority - Mary Gatahell
909.
16 Words - Margo Guryan
910.
Prisoners of War - The Blairs
911.
On Worthless Ground - Moorlandt
912.
In Baghdad Tonight - John Terzino
913.
Pray For Peace - Joe Paquin
914.
Thunder Run - Corneilous
915.
Anti Mother Earth Craze - Music For Pets
916.
3 Da Skips - Steven Jay
917.
I Saw The Right - John and Rich Green
918.
Head Trip - Jason Rubero
919.
Political Coverup - Old Chicano
920.
9 Votes Counted - Robert Bobby
921.
War Games - Stephen Folds
922.
Blue World Order - Greg Lawrence
923.
As It Was Ending - Brian Franklin
924.
Flagpole - Michelle Malone
925.
Byrd From West Virginia - I See Hawks In L.A.
926.
I Am Who I Am - Elliot Sokolov
927.
No Peace For The Wicked Man - Reg Meuross
928.
He Lived For His Country - Reg Meuross
929.
Santa Fe - Manny Ytuarte
930.
Dream Darkly - Doug Kolmar
931.
A Flower Down The Barrel Of A Gun - Daniel Gannaway
932.
In This World - Kurt Mahoney
933.
antiwar freestyle - Saul Williams
934.
When The War Is Over - irthling
935.
Earth Shatter - Sound Proof
936.
Blasted Back - Jason Durham
937.
Cynical Dreamers - The Mountain Men
938.
Get Critical - Electric Mojo
939.
Safe Tonight - Melissa Ziemer
940.
What Ever Happened To Peace On Earth - Project Overseer Productions & Prash
941.
Pax Mundi - Sue Keller
942.
Sad Story Afghanistan 2001 - Central Park
943.
Putrid Minds - The Sons of Emperor Norton
944.
Peace Rant - Hope Machine
945.
Massive Action - Mors Ontologica
946.
Anzio - Chris P Cauley
947.
What On Earth - Hoagie Hill
948.
Freedom Dies - Debristream
949.
Dhamma Rock - Matthew Dewey
950.
Lunatics In Dressing Gowns - Rob Draper
951.
Revolutionary Mind - Rogue State
952.
Save Jerusalem - The Lighted Way
953.
Society of Fear - The Hideaways
954.
Declaration - Merlin
955.
What Can Be Done? - The Icon Band
956.
Come Home - Riotfolk
957.
Clearcut - Riotfolk
958.
Clean House - Fubar
959.
Thirteen - The Well
960.
Amerika - Complex Numbers
961.
Lap Of Luxury - Complex Numbers
962.
My Son - High Ceiling
963.
Heroes In Our Midst - Dick Eastman
964.
Bender - Leroy Justice
965.
Daddy Walks That Way - Scott Paterson
966.
Second Fall Of Rome - Scott Paterson
967.
Field's Last Thoughts - Green Man
968.
This Land - Hot Heels Records
969.
Whisper - Austin Brady
970.
Where Does It End - The House Popes
971.
The Rules Don't Apply To You - Relaxed Willy
972.
911 Jump From The Fire - Vic Genna Gemini Pact
973.
Where's The Government At - Dark Poetz
974.
Terror Rainbow - Mike Delaney
975.
Clear Across The World - Louie Ludwig
976.
For Just One Day - Ron Vanzo
977.
We Stood - Greg Forest
978.
Military Coup - Michael Guthrie
979.
George Bush Ain't No Poor Man's Friend - Mike Meltzer
980.
The Age Of Man - Peter Chapman
981.
The Hidden Hand - K-Gi
982.
Hope Street Blues - Paul Groover
983.
Southern Town - Randy Grant
984.
Gonzo - Allen Cote
985.
Wayward King - J P Compton
986.
We Believe In Peace - Paul Kaplan
987.
One Man One Vote - Robert Ross Band
988.
Hypocrite - The Smith & Jones
989.
Light Of The Sun - Mudhouse
990.
They Lied - Jay Mankita
991.
Free Me - Leo Clarke
992.
Birthday (Everlasting) - Rich Russom
993.
We The People - Jeff Shad
994.
Ethopia - OHO
995.
Anthem for Someone's Child - Alan Morrison
996.
What Have You Lost - 9/1/01
997.
In This Tower - Kalichi
998.
Whites Of Your Eyes - DVoB
999.
The Titan Now Must Fall - The Standards
1000.
Garden of Stone - SqurlyMurly
1001.
Every Little Dog - Dan Raza
1002.
On The Side Of The Road - Bruce Mahin
1003.
The Lottery - The Hobbyists
1004.
Go Cheney Yourself - Dennis Mitcheltree
1005.
You Have The Right 2 Remain Silent - Los Big Heads
1006.
Roll Over - Stephanie Rearick
1007.
The Coma Savants - Eating Machine
1008.
American Blood - Tan Sleeve
1009.
Ground Zero - The Blister Tones
1010.
All You Need To Know - The Stragglyrs
1011.
War President - The Stragglyrs
1012.
Consnaguinity Paradise - Tom RootHooft
1013.
Bush Dynasty - Geckos Against Bush
1014.
Soldier Pony - La Clase Obrera
1015.
Equals Zero - Henpecker
1016.
Let's Go Play Soldier - Moe Shinola
1017.
Down With The King - Chiefly
1018.
Big Time Guy - Strummer
1019.
Beyond & Back - 13six
1020.
Shoot The Angels Down - Delmark Goldfarb
1021.
mrpresident - Stefan Eiberger
1022.
Lie lie lie - Steve Goodie
1023.
Saddam'll be my target - Steve Goodie
1024.
If God Only Knew - Deidre McCalla
1025.
September 12th - Lance Romance
1026.
WMD - Blow Up Hollywood
1027.
Charge - Blow Up Hollywood
1028.
The Clones - Matt Singer
1029.
Iraq Opportunities - George Shrubb
1030.
Why Don't I Believe You - Bill Langsdorf with Checkered Past
1031.
Jones 4 War - Dege Legg
1032.
The Future Lies Ahead - The Zed Jones Unit
1033.
One Way Love - Kristy Jackson
1034.
Justice - Marni Sheehan
1035.
Jesus Don't You Care? - Gregory Baker
1036.
Empty Pages - Travlin Dan
1037.
Save This Town - Upstart
1038.
State Of Emergency - Katfish Karr
1039.
Bait And Switch - Tom Batchelor Band
1040.
Indivisible - Tom Batchelor Band
1041.
Glory Of War - The Redwalls
1042.
Wake Up - Peggy Atwood
1043.
Be That As It May - Patti DeRosa
1044.
I Love The CIA - Rand McCullough
1045.
Suicidal War - Artytou
1046.
My Country - Lori B
1047.
Can We Just Get Along - Napoleon X
1048.
Calling for You - Janet Bates
1049.
Foreign Fighters - Sue Jeffers
1050.
Wake Up America - The Shimbos
1051.
Citizen's Lament - Tim Cluff
1052.
It's Raining Fire - Alex Timbell
1053.
War Is Over - Dufus
1054.
Land of the Free - Robin More
1055.
Bound For Glory - Nate Mezmer
1056.
Bad Stuff - Pat Flanakin
1057.
Tellin' Lies - Martha Lipton
1058.
Fatima - Brotherhood
1059.
No More War - Joe Melloy
1060.
Flying My Flag - Joe Melloy
1061.
Peace And Love - Don Schiewer
1062.
Whatever - Paul Reiners
1063.
Bush - ka-klick
1064.
Over and Done - ka-klick
1065.
We Ain't No One To Talk - Dennis Pearne
1066.
Ghosts Of What I've Done - - Bob Wynne and Dave Pheifer
1067.
the score - John Elliott
1068.
Ross Falzone - Gotta Get Even
1069.
The Meaning Of War - Cindy Lucas and Frank J. LaRosa
1070.
Good News - Paul Aaron
1071.
Easy - sewerdovesmusic
1072.
God's Left Hand - Jake Berry
1073.
Devil's Playground - Chris Colepaugh And The Cosmic Crew
1074.
Fear - Op-Critical
1075.
March Steady - Emma Dean
1076.
Hollow Man - Andre Nobels
1077.
Score - Pairadeux
1078.
You Don't Speak For Me - Griff Bear
1079.
Will There Be Tomorrow - Avalanche
1080.
Razzle Dazzle Man - Blues Matters
1081.
Bushton - Johnny Rhino
1082.
Bullet - Diablo Dulce
1083.
Silver Stars - Al McKegg
1084.
Just By Being Born - Wes Hamil
1085.
Just Me - Voice
1086.
Corporate Nation - Johnny Rhino
1087.
Vanilla Waltz - Death of a Contemporary
1088.
Here In America - The Whale
1089.
New World Order - The Whale
1090.
Quiet Rebellion - Rawly Punt
1091.
Viva La Revolucion - Satch Kerans
1092.
The Ballad Of Timothy Leary - Phillip Flathead
1093.
Desert Rain - Larry Jensen
1094.
Could It Be Him - The Stairwell Sisters
1095.
Katrina and George - Dan Scanlan
1096.
A Place In The Sun - Joe Figgiani
1097.
Shoot'em in the Head - Dick Philpot
1098.
Peace Medley - Don DeBar
1099.
Rachel Corrie - Hilary Sloan and Aunt
1100.
Bert Pectol - Shock and Awe of Bush
1101.
Battlefield - Hans Frommer
1102.
A Good Day For The ... - Allied Radio
1103.
Don't Believe Me - John Hartmann
1104.
The Bug - The Interiors
1105.
I'm So Happy - The Interiors
1106.
World Of My Own - BHB
1107.
Die Young - Enerchy
1108.
War Monger - SMiley
1109.
Hypocrite - MotoSapien
1110.
The Neo-Conservative Blues - Mark DeCerbo and Tom Carroll
1111.
Are You Human - John Anaya
1112.
Impeach Bush Now - Kevin Conway
1113.
Tough Cowboy - Justin Robert James
1114.
Reap What You Sow - Pat 'the Hat'
1115.
Kill My Love - Tom Parker
1116.
Journey To War - The Rusticators
1117.
It's Not My Fault - JPT Scare Band
1118.
Beat The Bushes - Paul McMahon
1119.
Don't Think Twice - The John Kasper Band
1120.
Conspiracy Of Silence - The John Kasper Band
1121.
Those Here Among Us - Harris Bierhoff
1122.
43 - Harris Bierhoff
1123.
Top Ten Stories - Kemp Jones
1124.
Hell No - McCrea Adams and Robert McClenaghan
1125.
Wonder - Tim Turner
1126.
Hey Osama - Michael Everitt
1127.
911 - Laughing Cavalier
1128.
Linden To L.A. - Joe Whyte
1129.
A Soldier's Song - Mark Iannace (Dr. Bellows)
1130.
Peace Is A Shining Jewel - Brook
1131.
Everything Calls Me To Act - Brook
1132.
Ancient Lights - Peter Wakefield Sault
1133.
First Victim - Daisy Haze
1134.
Think For Yourself - Anthony Longo
1135.
Talkin' Bush - Adam Balbo
1136.
To Give Us Peace - Jan Seides
1137.
Global America - Hank Wedel and Open Kitchen
1138.
Red, Gold And Green - Big Green

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The Angry American

This one of those mornings where the coffee is good and I really don’t feel like being politically correct or polite about some things that have nagging at me. In fact I’m not going to have any trouble at writing this because I did it my dreams last night…now that’s not the best of signs. So excuse me if I slip now again and use angry words that they used to blip on TV.

I still have my copy of the book “The Ugly American” from my college days, and these days I have had moments when I have revisited it, every time I see a new list of who in the world “hates our guts” and the reasons why. But, I am convinced that someone ought to be writing a new book entitled: “The Angry American”, because we are damn seething angry!

You hear pundits and droning “talking heads” using a lot of words, and filling up hot air time describing the mood of America today: Wary, apprehensive, nervous, pessimistic, cautious, depressed, despaired, impotent, cynical, hopeless, helpless, etc. But when you get right down to it, you can throw all of them away and call it what it is, ANGER; we are damned angry, dangerously so at some turns.

Some of these flap jaws go as far as suggesting that most of America is suffering from depression and we all ought to go on Prozac and a tranquilizer for at least a couple of years. See, now that’s what I mean. They can’t even get this one right, but they like to hear themselves talk, get paid well enough for doing so that they don’t have the same problems as you and me, so they feel good; they get their ego booster shot every time someone sticks a microphone in their face, and if they do have some problems, they make enough that they simple wash them away with a few expensive Martinis, and all is well with the world, except for the people they get paid to bitch about. Now see, I’ve gone and done it. I must be angry.

Anyway, they have it all wrong. We don’t need a national infusion of Prozac in our reservoirs; the symptoms of anger and rage say we are getting close to needing a massive anti-psychotic program.

No question about it; Americans are red faced, butt ugly angry: Conservative Americans, Liberal Americans, Democrats, Republicans, loony left-wingers, rabid right-wingers. Young, old, male, female, heterosexual, homosexual, Christians, Atheists, Afro American, Latinos, Asians, Lord, everybody: They all have one thing in common – they’re pissed.

Any reasonable, sober, rational, non-mind altered substance user/abuser can’t help but be angry when they look at what’s happened and what is happening to them. You need a second mortgage to buy a tank of gas, Americans die in a war that polls say a majority of us do not support, (hell who needs polls on that one), we don’t have confidence in our leaders, (in fact we distrust and despise them), and every piece of legislation that comes out of Congress seems to create more problems than it solves, and then there are those pieces of legislation we have been waiting decades to see the light of day, you know the ones that might really help solve a problem, like universal health care insurance.

I have these consistent visual images that meander through my mind, and all too often I see the American populous standing around with their head firmly planted in the ground like a flock of oblivious Ostriches, or sitting on their asses like those three old stone monkeys, “see no evil”, “hear no evil”, “do no evil”, or walking around with their earphones jammed half way into their brains destroying what little hearing they have, having been exposed to yearly new models of ear drum abuser technology, humming along with: “don’t worry; be happy!”; their heads swaying, jerking about like some bobble head doll. And if you don’t believe me, just watch these folks with their cell phones if you don’t think they have hearing and brain deficits.

What good does it do to yell into a cell phone? Hell; get a megaphone or a couple of tin cans and string and be done with it.

But I digress. Now I don’t want to think the worst of our Congresspersons, (sometimes, well often I do), but something is wrong with this health care thing. It’s like they are playing some kind of perverted game, holding out to see if we can be that last nation, let alone the last advanced nation, to provide universal coverage.

We send jobs over seas; the homeless on our streets increase daily, (and that includes Vets returning from “honored” service); educational cost sky rocket and we can’t afford to equip the military adequately, and nothing is being done.

Before departing this commentary; AMA Lobbyists and pharmaceutical company lobbyists crawl all over Washington like Fire Ants, consuming political leaders with a vengeance.

The whining war of words waged daily contributes nothing to solving problems as the words go in one ear and out the other of both the ”experts” and the public. Expectations for problem resolution are all but nonexistent, and still we pay taxes for, and I sympathize at times with those who ask in earnest: “For What?”

Anger, like all politics is local, and road rage incidents increase daily across the country. Police report serious injuries or death occur far too often from the anger that spills out of such encounters. Alcohol, drug complicated domestic violence, spousal and child abuse just continue to grow, and the morning news drones on like “a night before crime report”.

Popular baseball players will sit out games and pay hefty fines for getting into fights with fans. Brawls break out at sporting events; fans aren’t happy if there isn’t a brawl at a hockey game or a crash at a NASCAR event. We want vicarious violence to sooth the anger that gnaws at our guts.

The Vice President of the United States tells a Senator to “fuck off.” Mr. Vice President, I would love to have a few moments of your time to shall we say, express my feelings. Maybe we could go duck hunting on the Potomac.

I wouldn’t be concerned because I know your rules, so let’s go shoot a few birds! A senior administration official tries to get even with a critic of the President by leaking the name of his wife – a CIA operative – to the media. I guess he was angry.

That type of nonsense involves a lot more discussion including our “American Values” and the confusing corruption of any sense of consistency brought about by a world where the only constant is change and the content of our moral and ethical fabric has all become a witch’s brew of “Situational Ethics, Moral Relativism, Existentialism, Fundamentalist Christianity and Legalism, all wrapped up in shrieks of “Culture Clash”, that leads to the fact that we have to, or we feel the need to, write tome length books about trying to answer such questions as:

“What is right and wrong?”

“What is legal and illegal?”

“What is Constitutional or Unconstitutional?”

“What is Justice and what is unjust?”

Polls, ( there is that word again), say most Americans believe the President lied to gain approval for the war in Iraq and that they also believe the majority of members of Congress are corrupt, don’t serve their constituents, and that lawyers are at the bottom of the Integrity dumpster.

The majority in Congress are lawyers! They don’t believe what they read in newspapers or see on the evening news.

Most say they turn to the Internet for news, which is ironic since the ‘Net is the source for most incorrect news, biased coverage and urban legends. But then again folks will spend hours watching wrestling or reading the Enquirer. Are we really searching for the truth, or have we reached that movie line: “You can’t handle the truth!” “Don’t worry; Be Happy”!

Now anyone, like me who goes by the blog handle of “Precinct Master” and delights in the electoral process has to be well versed in polling data, but you can’t carry that stuff around in your pocket like some pocket Bible or Koran always at the ready like the Colt sidearm of old.

I know leaders who would rather read the latest poll data over coffee as opposed to the news because it “better prepares” them for the day.

Candidly, those of that ilk might just as soon walk out on the street outside Starbucks, wet their finger, stick it up into the morning breeze…and please be careful of your choice of finger…index will be fine…middle will be seen as an expression of anger…and after determined which way the wind is blowing for the day, make their decisions.

They will be just as well informed as having read Rasmussen, etc., etc. Reading does not guarantee understanding polling data. This is one step from insanity.

It is just such silliness that prompts me to keep Mark Twain’s quote: “In matters of differences of opinion; our adversaries are simply insane.”…around as my own Linus Blanket.

Have these people ever entertained the idea of talking to the average Joe and Sally at Starbucks, the grocery store, wherever, and really LISTEN to them. Listening, considering what others have to say, think and absorbing how they are feeling; now there is a helluva concept!

Congress gridlocks over the simplest pieces of legislation, special interest groups flood the airwaves with angry negative fear invoking advocacy ads that are mostly lies or twist the facts to make a non-existent case, (better know these day as spin, a four letter word like…Ok, Ok…I won’t do that one!

Political rhetoric is all-to-often filled with hate and partisan bile. The American public knows they are being fed a diet of pasture droppings and cups of Hemlock and snake venom, yet rather than reject the menu, and everyone associated with it, they opt for choosing the poison of their preference, and merrily on their ways offering it up to anyone who will listen. Usually they are speaking to members of their own choir, (safer that way because people get angry!)

Most couples with young children worry that they won’t have enough money to send their children to college, which may well be true, and that Social Security will be bankrupt long before they retire, which is even more likely to be true, not that we can’t remedy both of these situations, but fighting ill conceived wars, screaming in anger about them, working at political character assassination, plotting, excuse me, planning for reelection, takes up so much time and energy.

Americans today don’t feel good about their country, about their leaders, about their future, or for that matter, they don’t feel good about anything.

Our leaders have failed us because they have forgotten that their first duty/obligation is to serve the country, not their party or their personal political agendas.

Too many Americans have forgotten that as well, choosing to blindly support a specific political party or philosophical agenda without thinking of the effect such support might have on their country, their way of life or their future.

You know what that is all about; Americans have decided that both sides of the aisle are equally noxious and that every so often, like putting on clean under wear, they vote to give the other side a chance to prove them wrong, and as we have seen, the new players talk a lot but the rush to the trough of power, pilfer, pork, profit and privilege is unmistakable.

Both sides hypocritically condemn actions of their opponents while condoning the same actions by members of their own party or philosophical group. Both sides strike out angrily when criticized but then don’t hesitate to level the same hyperbole towards the other side when it suits their purposes. And then, the voters change the under wear, and what happens, we Democrats just can’t wait to air out dirty bed linen. Who is going to get what job? Who should be cast out of party leadership after doing an historic job? Who wants to be President in 2008…everybody? Who is going to be whose sock puppet?

Yes, we’re angry, but the anger will only get worse as long as partisanship controls our lives, drives our decisions and defines our government. We cannot, and will not, control our anger until we stop thinking confrontationally as Democrats or Republicans, conservatives or liberals, right or left and start working together as Americans.

Having said that, things are unfortunately in such a mess, that legally, morally, ethically, constitutionally we must Impeach Bush and Cheney. That will be confrontational! You can argue with me until you are blue with anger in your face, but it is a matter of Right and Wrong!

Angry people always look for someone to blame for the anger.
Democrats blame Republicans. Republicans blame Democrats. Independents blame both.

But, in a democratic republic, the ultimate responsibility falls on we the people.

In the end, the only people who can change things are you, me and the rest of the angry masses, and it is up to us to insure the integrity and continuation of our Democracy.

It is up to us to see to it that our rights are not eroded or corroded, and that is a fact! It is our duty; it is our responsibility, so when two different POLLING GROUPS called yesterday inquiring about Impeachment, I cradled my phone, called up my most complete Bill of Particulars on this machine, and I unloaded every domestic criminal act of Bush and his subordinates, and every violation of the Geneva Conventions that constitutes War Crimes.

I did my duty to the point where one pollster stopped me and asked if he could record the entirety on my response.

Dutifully I complied with the request, because it was RIGHT to do so!

First, we all have to accept the blame for what’s happened to this country. Then we have to work together to resolve our anger and get to the more important job of fixing what’s wrong.

So I guess what I am suggesting by way of resolving our anger is that we have to experience and get by the vitriol of a dual Impeachment and then maybe we can move on.

Actually, if the Congress can simply view that act as a matter of process and continue working on legislative matters, you would be surprised how much could be accomplished while Impeachment proceedings move forward. It is not a necessary, given automatic that every function of the US government comes to a stand still during investigations and subsequent Impeachment.

That assumption is based upon a rather ritualistic approach to such matters and the instinct to preach on TV as often as possible. What garbage!

Don’t get mad. Don’t get even. Instead, let’s get together and get results.

I want to see our country healthy again. I want to see the rule of law in place. I do not want to hear excuses of why we cannot prosecute/impeach criminals.

I don’t want to hear any discussion of moral relativism or situational ethics.

I want to hear Constitutional and Unconstitutional.

I want to hear Moral and Immoral.

I want to hear RIGHT and Wrong.

I want to hear JUSTICE and service to the American people!

I invite your comments. I will LISTEN! Ed.

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IRAQ DAILY CASUALTY REPORT http://icasualties.org/oif

U.S. Deaths Confirmed By The DoD: 3015
Reported U.S. Deaths Pending DoD Confirmation 9
Total 3024


BUSH INSISTS CONGRESS CAN'T HALT IRAQ BUILDUP AMID GROWING CRITICISM, THE PRESIDENT AND CHENEY SEEK TO REASSERT THE STRATEGY OF ADDITIONAL TROOPS.

THIS MAN IS BETTING ON MOST AMERICANS DOING NOTHING BUT COMPLAINING. HE BETTING ON THE CONTINUED TIMIDITY OF THE CONGRESS. HE IS IN HIS OWN MIND A FASCIST DICTATOR AT THIS POINT WITH NO RESPECT OF THE PEOPLE AND NO REGARD FOR THE CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW OF THIS LAND!

HE MUST BE STOPPED AND BROUGHT TO JUSTICE…NOW!!!

WASHINGTON — As Congress and the administration gird for conflict over troop levels in Iraq, President Bush is asserting that he has the power to send more U.S. forces, regardless of what lawmakers want. NOW WHERE HAVE I HEARD THAT SHIT BEFORE?"

I fully understand they could try to stop me from doing it," Bush said in an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS' "60 Minutes." When asked whether he thought he had the authority to send additional troops in the face of opposition from the Democratic majority in Congress, Bush said: "In this situation, I do, yeah." (THAT IS REALLY ARTICULATE AND OFFERS ALL THE LEGAL EXPLANATION WE NEED…NOT!!!)

The president's comments were part of an administration effort to quell the growing roar of criticism about its Iraq strategy, as Democrats plan nonbinding resolutions opposing the troop increase and as some Republicans echo their resistance to the plan. BOYS AND GIRLS, LET’S GET OFF THIS NON BINDING CRAP AND GET AT THE MEAT AND HEAT OF THE MATTER!!!

Bush acknowledged that some of the administration's steps had contributed to Iraq's instability and said any mistakes should be laid at his feet. "If people want a scapegoat, they've got one right here in me because it's my decisions," the president said. (FINALLY I AGREE WITH THE PRESIDENT! SO GEORGE, WHY THE (#$^#*) DON’T YOU JUST RESIGN?

"No question, decisions have made things unstable," he added. "But the question is: Can we succeed?" (NO NOT EVEN OVER ANOTHER 3,000 DEAD AMERICAN BODIES!)

On Wednesday, the president unveiled a plan to subdue the growing violence in Baghdad and nearby Al Anbar province by adding 21,500 soldiers and Marines to the 132,000 U.S. troops in the country. The decision ran counter to a recommendation by the bipartisan Iraq Study Group that the administration draw down troops, and it brought denunciations from, among others, Republican Sens. Chuck Hagel of Nebraska, Sam Brownback of Kansas and Norm Coleman of Minnesota. (RUNS COUNTER, HELL IT RUNS COUNTER TO COMMON SENSE, REALITY AND SANITY!)

In the "60 Minutes" interview, taped last week, Bush said he wasn't bothered by his low approval ratings and called himself the "educator in chief," arguing that sharing his views would help to overcome public and congressional resistance. "I'm going to have to keep explaining," he said.

(HERMANN GOEHRING SAID: “IF YOU SAY IT OFTEN ENOUGH, AND LOUD ENOUGH PEOPLE WILL BELIEVE YOU!” GEORGE YOU HAD BETTER READ ANOTHER BOOK; LIKE ABOUT NUREMBERG!)

He said he was discouraged by the handling of Saddam Hussein's execution, which he saw on an Internet video but stopped watching before the trap door opened under the former Iraqi leader. "I didn't want to watch the whole thing," Bush said. (ANOTHER LIE!!!)

And he expressed pride in U.S. achievements in Iraq: "I think the Iraqi people owe the American people a huge debt of gratitude," Bush said.

(THEY SHOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR ALL THEIR INNOCENT DEAD, THE PHYSICAL DESTRUCTION OF THEIR COUNTRY, THE COMPLETE COLLAPSE OF LAW AND ORDER, FOR DAILY KILLINGS AND ECONOMIC COLLAPSE? )

Asked if he owed the Iraqi people an apology for not providing better security after the 2003 invasion, he said: "Not at all." WHAT AN ARROGANT IDIOT.


Vice President Dick Cheney, appearing on "Fox News Sunday," said complaints from Congress would not stop the administration, which "cannot run a war by committee." TRANSLATION: “THE HELL WITH THE CONGRESS; WE’RE GOING TO DO WHAT WE DAMN WELL PLEASE!

”He disagreed with the suggestion that the administration had overruled military commanders who argued against increasing troops, and he sidestepped a question about Americans' dissatisfaction with the war. THEY ARE NOT LISTENING OR ACKNOWLEDGING A SINGLE OBVIOUS FACT!

"I don't think any president worth his salt can afford to make decisions of this magnitude according to the polls," Cheney said when asked about midterm-election exit polls showing that only 17% of voters supported an increase in troops. NEVER MIND THE POLLS; WHAT ABOUT THE BALLOT BOX? WE ALL KNOW THE ANSWER TO THAT ONE NOW!

Withdrawing forces, Cheney warned, would simply "revalidate the strategy that Osama bin Laden has been following from Day One: that if you kill enough Americans you can force them to quit, that we don't have the stomach for the fight." SO LET US SHOW THEM AND SEND SOME KIDS AS CANNON FODDER!

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), author of a bill that would require the president to get authorization from Congress before raising troop levels in Iraq, charged that Bush was ignoring his generals, the Iraq Study Group, the public and Congress. TED HAS IT RIGHT!

"The stubbornness of this administration means repeating the same colossal mistakes over and over," he said in a statement released by his office Sunday.Administration officials have said that the troop increase would help the Iraqi military confront the sectarian violence that has cleaved Baghdad, and that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki would no longer place restrictions on confronting the 60,000-strong militia of leading Shiite cleric Muqtada Sadr, a strong source of support for Maliki's government.

"There will be no safe havens, including Sadr City," national security advisor Stephen J. Hadley told ABC's "This Week," referring to the cleric's stronghold in Baghdad.Hadley said he expected Congress to fall into line with the administration's plan. "We will be able to persuade the Congress that this is the only option for success in Iraq," he said. THEY ARE OUT OF THEIR MINDS!

Citing the choices of staying the course or withdrawing, Hadley added: "It's simply clear that the Iraqis are not ready to take responsibility" for security in Baghdad. "We have to help them. And we believe — the president believes — in the end of the day, Congress is going to understand that's the only course for success." NO, NO, NO!!!

Republicans appearing on the Sunday talk shows decried what they described as Democratic obstruction and warned of the stakes. OBSTRUCTION OF WHAT: MORE AMERICAN HUMAN SACRIFICES?

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a likely presidential contender who has long called for a troop increase, said on CBS' "Face the Nation" that failure in Iraq would be a "catastrophe in the form of increased Iranian influence," regional instability and increased bloodshed. JOHN ALL THAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN UNLESS THERE IS A DEFINITIVE WW III!

He dismissed as a political ploy the Democratic plan for a resolution condemning the troop increase. "The opponents of doing this are obligated, in my view, to tell the American people what the option is if we do leave. What is the option?" he asked. NO ONE WANTS TO SAY THAT WE, AND WORLD WILL RETURN THERE IN WAR AGAIN, A CATASTROPHIC ONE, THAT WE ARE NOT WILLING OR ABLE TO EXECUTE OR CONTEMPLATE AT THE MOMENT.

Democrats argued that the looming catastrophe Republicans were warning of had already arrived. Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), who might vie for his party's presidential nomination, followed McCain on CBS and cited increased bloodshed and growing Iranian influence in the country.

Obama, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, laid out an alternative plan similar to the Iraq Study Group's.

He advocated a phased pullout, along with improved reconstruction efforts and increased diplomacy that includes Syria and Iran."We cannot impose a military solution on what has effectively become a civil war," Obama said.

"I think it's important to understand that the options are not either total withdrawal or a 'stay-the-course-plus,' which is essentially what the administration is proposing, but rather the kind of thoughtful bipartisan strategy that's been suggested by not just Democrats but also Republicans, not just civilians but also by the military." DID YOU CATCH THAT GYROSCOPE AS IT WENT SPINNING BY?

On CNN's "Late Edition," Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-Mich.) advocated withdrawing combat troops in six to eight months, but said he did not support cutting off funds for troops in Iraq.

"We will continue to support our troops, although we disagree with the policy," he said.Also appearing on CNN, Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.), another potential presidential candidate, disagreed with Levin's timeline and suggested that a deadline of one year from now be set for Iraqis to assume responsibility and for American troops remaining in Iraq to be limited to training, searching for Al Qaeda and protecting American resources

FASCISM WITH A CROSS

Here is the ultimate question. We know that being Christian is not necessarily synonymous with being an irrational nut.

We know there are thoughtful people who are appalled that their faith is being exploited for political gain.

How many honest Christians recognize that they are being played for fools by conservatives who are more interested in money and power than in morality?

How many of them are willing to stand up and reclaim their faith from the reactionaries who are using the cross as a sword?



REMEMBER, IT’S NOT ABOUT GOD. IT’S ABOUT WEALTH AND POWER AND USING THE SUPPOSEDLY GODLY TO PUSH THROUGH THE MOST UNGODLY POLICIES THIS NATION HAS EVER SEEN. IT’S FASCISM WITH A CROSS INSTEAD OF A SWASTIKA.

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