Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Bush's Record: Bombs, Secret Prisons, Torture and Illegal Wiretaps
The record of President George W. Bush during the past six years is one of accomplishments in subverting the Constitution of the United States. He started his reign by being appointed by the Supreme Court after electoral fraud in Florida.
Immediately, he surrounded himself with war-mongers and right-wing fanatics and took this country to war in Iraq based on the lie that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. His unpopular war has not brought stability to Iraq. It has provided one of his cronies, VP Cheney, with millions in profits which are based on no-bid contracts.
But the American people are not fooled with his weapons of mass deception. He has consistently violated the Constitution of the United States with secret CIA prisons, tortures at the illegally occupied Guantanamo base in Cuba and illegal wiretaps in violation of our laws. Like the infamous McCarthy during the cold war, who saw a communist under every bed, Bush sees a terrorist under every bed, and uses that as an excuse to undermine and replace our democracy with a corporate-run fascist state.
Wake up America before it is too late. We have a chance this November to replace the GOP culture of corruption in Washington, D.C.
Send them a message with your vote.