Vermont To Arrest George Bush And Dick Cheney

Brattleboro, Vermont has a vote scheduled to decide whether or not to indict and issue arrest warrants for George Bush and Dick Cheney. Their crimes: Perjury, war crimes, espionage for spying on U.S. citizens and obstruction of justice for the firing of U.S. attorneys. The warrant would be limited to only the state of Vermont if Bush or Cheney ever entered the state of Vermont.

The Brattleboro town garnered enough signatures to to have the vote on the ballot. The item, by a margin of 3-2, has been slated to be voted on during the next Town Meeting day.


John McCain Is The Democrats Worst Nightmare

John McCain has a new add depicting himself as the Democrats worst nightmare. The ad proclaims that the Democrats fear facing him in the general election if he gets the nomination.

The McCain campaign Communications Director Jill Hazelbaker stated in the new ad that, “Democrat Senators, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards mentioned John McCain’s name 15 times during a 90 minute debate. Thus making McCain their worst nightmare.


The Genius Of Congress

The United States Secretary of the Treasury is the head of the United States Department of the Treasury, concerned with finance and monetary matters

The Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System is the head of the central banking system of the United States and one of the most important decision-makers of American economic policy.


Hillary Clinton and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama have been fighting over Martin Luther King, Jr. like junk yard dogs over a bone. No disrespect to Rev. King for the bone reference, but much disrespect to Hillary and Bill for their insincere pandering efforts. Obama, in his defense, has only pointed out their invocation and predatory self serving rhetoric concerning Rev. King, albeit using the situation to convert Black voters.


Hillary Clinton Sues Barack Obama

The Clinton Campaign announced today they plan on filing a lawsuit against Barack Obama and his campaign. They will also be seeking an injunction early Monday morning to prevent him from following through with his scheduled interviews the day before the Michigan primary.

The Clinton campaign became suspicious immediately following Hillary’s unexpected win in New Hampshire. The Clinton Machine was made aware that Obama hired a couple of heavy hitting consultants for his campaign staff.


Mike Huckabee, Anchor Babies and the Constitution

The Washington Post ran an article about Mike Huckabee and what he would do to clear up the “birthright citizenship” quagmire the United States has been unwilling to pull itself out of. The article in part:

Huckabee vows to defy birthright citizenship

By Stephen Dinan
January 8, 2008

Mike Huckabee wants to amend the Constitution to prevent children born in the U.S. to illegal aliens from automatically becoming American citizens, according to his top immigration surrogate – a radical step no other major presidential candidate has embraced.

Mr. Huckabee, who won last week’s Republican Iowa caucuses, promised Minuteman Project founder James Gilchrist that he would force a test case to the Supreme Court to challenge birthright citizenship, and would push Congress to pass a 28th Amendment to the Constitution to remove any doubt.


Who Voted For Hillary Clinton in Iowa?

“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.”
— Winston Churchill


A better title, rather than “Who Voted For Hillary Clinton In Iowa? might be “Who Did Not Vote For Hillary Clinton In Iowa?

Hillary Clinton had the opportunity to make a concession speech for her third place finish behind Obama and Edwards that would have been the antithesis to Sally Field’s Oscar winning speech: “You don’t like me. You really, really, really don’t like me.” She would, of course, be referring to the women voters of Iowa.


Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy Experience

The Hillary Clinton Machine continues to tout the experience that would make her the most qualified candidate over her inadequately qualified competitors vying for the Democrat presidential nomination. Yet she has rarely spoken, other than generalities, of any specific qualifications she has acquired in her storied career that make her the most qualified.