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Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Surgeon General: More Suppression by Bush Administration!

It is said that power corrupts, but actually it's more true that power attracts the corruptible. The sane are usually attracted by other things than power.


David Brin (1950 - )

Is there anything in the government, in the justice department, in our society that the Bush Administration hasn’t tainted, changed, or suppressed? It appears not. The former Surgeon General Richard Carmona has stated before Congress that the Bush Administration repeatedly tried to weaken and suppress very important public health reports and studies to engender the politics of the Right Wing.

Furthermore, the Bush Neofascists prevented Carmona from talking about or releasing reports on sex education, stem cells or even global health and environmental issues. I have written before of the anti-scientific insanity of this administration but now you have it directly from the Surgeon General of the United States. And you believe this government gives a damn about you and your family? They try, and sometimes succeed in suppressing anything that would disrupt the Corporate Fascists who run them. Never in the history of our country has more information been changed, suppressed, and destroyed. Yet half the population still supports the greatest criminal politicians in the history of our country. These people make Richard Nixon look like a choir boy.

They will stop at nothing to control and maintain their regime and criminal empire over the citizens of America. There is not one part of government that they have not destroyed. To them the Constitution is nothing more than a hindrance to their control of everything in this land. These people should be impeached for crimes and treason against America and its citizens, and executed so that no criminal regime ever tries it again.

No one has the right to do what these Fascist have done to our nation and to the most important right we have…the right to know.....the right to know the truth!

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