(PRWEB) February 18, 2005
Stop Bush Now: MoveOn.org Â Incompetence, and/or Negligence and/or Treason?
Tuckahoe, NY (PRWEB) February 18, 2005 Â For over 400 days, Bush and his ÂRepublican TerroristsÂ made sure there was no investigation of 9/11. Congress did not to demand and call for their own investigation. It appears that more negative help from MoveOn.Org as ÂLet Bush own September 11th Â Â is not what Âthe doctor ordered.Â
In his book, Stop Bush Now (ISBN 0-9760408-0-8, $11.75, July 2004; http://www.stop-bush-now.com), author Paul J. Landis warns about the risks of not taking Bush and his ÂRepublican TerroristsÂ at their word and their deeds, and not taking the invitation to consider their Impeachment seriously. MoveOn, however, has been consistent in not recognizing the issues that were used to create the current and growing lock hold on all Americans, their constitution and their civil rights.
Acting, as Kerry and Edwards did during their Election 2004 campaign, MoveOn had somewhere decided or simply failed to learn Âhow to spell 9/11Â says Landis. That they advised to Kerry to concede this un-investigated tragedy borders on and Âmay come to be considered treasonÂ. In their Internet memo they state: Dear MoveOn member May 17, 2004: ÂLet Bush own September 11th and the politics of fear. You should own September 12th -- the spirit of generosity and community that poured forth in the aftermath of the attacks -- and the politics of hope.Â
Moveon.org ignored a wealth of Â9/11 truthÂ research available by that date, May 17, 2004, research that suggested serious ÂUn-answered questionsÂ about 9/11, questions MoveOn members were entitled to know about.
Many have wondered why our Congress did not demand an investigation of 9/11, at least two or three weeks after the event, given that the Bush administration refused to do so.
And given the stakes involved in knowing the truth about 9/11 Â the USA Anti US Civil rights Act and the conflict in Afghanistan Â there is a true tragedy here. MoveOn was silent.
Prior to our countries terrorist attack against IRAQ, MoveOn under took major efforts to mount protests against the declaration of War in IRAQ. Members wrote to their elected officials in Congress and had meetings in at their offices.
MoveOn expended very worthwhile efforts to have an excellent documentary produced, ÂUncovered: the whole truth about the IRAQ WarÂ and they held numerous Âhouse partiesÂ. Unfortunately, ÂUncoveredÂ proves Âbeyond a reasonableÂ doubt that the Bush administration LIED about their WMD claims. And what does moveon.org do: they take the undeniable evidence that Bush, et al LIED, and call for their censure. Impeach MoveOn!
And, about ÂconstitutionsÂ: does MoveOn believe the Constitution of Bush and his ÂRepublican TerroristsÂ is the Constitution of the U.S.? It is not. The Constitution of Bush and his ÂRepublican TerroristsÂ is the Project for the New American Century (PNAC). Their constitution calls for ÂEmpire, U.S.Â to take whatever resources they deem important from any country that may have them, IE IRAQ, with the military strength of the U.S. at their disposal.
Humility is not a MoveOn trait: ÂLiberal powerhouse MoveOn has a message for the "professional election losers" who run the Democratic Party: "We bought it, we own it, we're going to take it back." *
Moveon.org would be well served to look at its major failings as in ignoring 9/11, not questioning the failure of Congress to demand an investigation and possible treason in deciding for Congress that Bush did not lie about WMD.
Americans would be well advised to consider why, given how incompetent our elected officials in Congress have been, how we are confronted with Media failures every day at every turn, why we have to tolerate incompetence and or negligence and or possible treason from non-elected Âinternet peopleÂ, dot.com left overs. The use of the Internet by private citizens is not an excuse for failing to defend and protect the Constitution of the United States.
- MoveOn to Democratic Party: 'We own it'
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press Writer, December 9, 2004
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