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Friday, September 29, 2006

When Democrats vote FOR torture, we need another way

Brothers and sisters of the American experiment, the time has now come to face our greatest fears. Democracy, as we knew it, is dead. Torture and the complete abrogation of our fundamental American rights is now enshrined into American law.

So what can be done? Elect Democrats to high office, attempt to give them the majority so they can continue pushing strong policies against "terrorism"?

Or challenge the entire system with a new way of doing business, of, by, and for We the People of the United States.

I choose the latter. I am calling on every blogger in America who cares about freedom, justice, and the American way to step into a new coalition, a coalition of freedom-loving Americans who refuse to go quietly into the dark night of fascism.

If you are disgusted by this vote, and believe that we need to do more than simply campaign for good candidates, but must prepare for the possibility of a total destruction of the Constitution that made this country what it is, then please, come to The American Peoples' Congress, send your posts to this email address, comment on what you've witnessed this week, and let's build a better future for our children and our childrens' children, so that the glory and the spirit of democracy need not die with us.

Categories: National Security State, Politics - National, American Peoples' Congress

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At 10:57 AM, Blogger Tilter said...

I with you all the way TA. The only reason I won't vote Independent in this election against Cantwell is I don't want to see McGavick get in there. Remember the last Governor's election.


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