Bush Administration War on America

The Bush Administration War on America rages on, checked only by a recent gain by democrats in the mid-term election. But the real substance of the Democratic gains are yet to be proven. And the "majority" in the Senate isn't real, because it counts on psuedoDemocrats like Lieberman (CT).

The War on America, that is being waged by the Bush Administration is multi-faceted. They are systematically weakening the domestic economy, decreasing safety and security in the face of threats from terrorism (in a number of ways, not the least of which is by inciting - by provoking terrorists into action...), they are weakening the nets of social protection like access to health care, they are making access to education more difficult, as well as access to gainful opportunities for employment.

The Bush Administration War on America has many accomplices. Most notably Congress. But the judiciary is on track to become a major player in this assault as well.

The recent election is comforting. The American people are not totally asleep. But there is so much more to be done. The road to political and governmental sanity in America appears to be steep and long. But the task can be reduced to a simple operation. Many hands make light work. What needs to happen? Citizen involvement needs to happen. Somehow, the people must be encouraged to raise their voices and call for the better world that they can imagine. I can imagine a better world, and a better America within that world. Can you?


  1. Keep going on this, Rob. I absolutely agree that you can momentum one person at a time. Patience is essential.
    You are so good with this blog. How did you get the flashing sign going? Very cool.

  2. I see where you're comming from on this...I'm not that paranoid though :)
    I just hope the newbies can make some reforms to get us out of the gutter and onto the road to a better nation.


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