Delusions of Grandeur

A brief moment for politics

Posted on: February 26, 2004

Alright you all as we come closer to November and I get increasingly annoyed with our jerk of a president I find myself moved to bother with finding some of these resources. The Rolling Stone for Mar. 4 published an article about which is a very interesting site to check out if you want to catch some of the news that the major networks tend to censor. They also have the very amusing (until you realize they’re true and then they’re annoying as well as amusing) commercials for the “Bush in 30 seconds” commercials that were not allowed to be aired during the superbowl despite raising the money to pay for the spot.

Interesting news:

Quoted from

In an attempt to evade responsibility for the misleading statements that pushed the nation into war, Bush has announced plans to form an independent inquiry to look into what went wrong. An inquiry would serve the Bush administration well: it would envelop the issue in a fog of uncertainty, deflect blame onto the intelligence services, and delay any political damage until 2005, after the upcoming election.

But the facts need no clarification. Despite repeated warnings from the CIA and the Defense Intelligence Agency, President Bush and his administration hyped and distorted the threat that Iraq posed. And now that reality is setting in, the President wants to pin the blame on someone else. We can’t let him.

Congress has the power to censure the President — to formally reprimand him for betraying the nation’s trust. If ever there was a time for this, it’s now.”

Look here for the ads

For another look at what’s going on you can go to


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