Sunday, January 28, 2007

Returning to the scene of the original crime

Anyone who will steal an election in a Democracy is capable of anything.

If we don't know that by now, we are hopeless.

Those who steal power will abuse it.

The Betrayal of America: How the Supreme Court Undermined the Constitution and Chose Our President (Paperback):

With the ongoing crisis of America being held hostage by a rogue, runaway executive branch, we thought it was time to return to the scene of the original crime that made this horror possible: the theft of an election from the American people by five members of the Supreme Court.

It may be January of 2007 when we write this updated commentary on Vincent Bugliosi's indictment of the Supreme Court coup leaders, which Molly Ivins (now seriously ill with a relapse of cancer) called the 'J'Accuse' of the new millenium, but we are not getting over it.

How can you get over a man who lost a presidential election by more than 540,000 votes acting like a dictator for six years -- and doing everything in his power to build the institutional constructs of fascism?

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