The Internet and Bloggosphere are bursting with news tonight. Lots of stories. Lots of outrage. Lots of activisit activity moving forward. Fasten your seat belts, friends, and get ready for a wild ride. As Howard Dean mentioned in his interviw on Sunday with Meet the Press, when 48% of people in this country did not vote for Bush (more like 51% in my view), that is a pretty huge minority. Yes, indeed, it is. We are in fact, the majority, really, and we are uniting.
FROM RAW STORY: "COALITION OF CITIZENS GROUPS SEEK FORMAL INQUIRY INTO WHETHER BUSH ACTED ILLEGALLY IN PUSH FOR WAR"
The MSM won't go there so the grassroots groups have to. Thank you, true patriots, for your courage, integrity and moral stamina to take this on. Steel yourselves for you know what will follow.
John Bonifaz, a constitutional attorney in Boston filed a formal Resolution of Inquiry Request on behalf of a group of citizen groups. He hopes that the grassroots' groups, who have a membership of several million, will begin a groundswell of protest, not only demanding accountability from the Bush people, but also from the MSM as well, for their role in underreporting, if not failing to report news critical of the Bush administration.
COALITION OF CITIZENS
KEEP SMELLING THE RATS. THEY ARE CRAWLING OUT OF EVERY NOOK AND CRANNY TONIGHT.
MORE ON THE COALITION OF CITIZENS ON BRAD'S BLOG.
Brad Friedman also has a piece on a HBO/NBC commentator, Jim Lampley, who continues to beat the 2004 Presidential Election Theft Drum. Bang on that drum, Jim, until the willing deaf have no choice but turn on their hearing aids. LS
OHIO VOTE 2004 RELATED SCANDALS NOT GOING AWAY. MORE ELECTION CORRUPTION SEWAGE SPEWING FROM OHIO. It seems that the chair of the Bush/Cheney Northwestern Ohio campaign is a sleeze. What else is new? Buzz Flash calls him Mr. Coingate. Ohio sues NOE, a prominent GOP fundrasier, to get control of rare coin funds.
The Blade has reported that as many as 121 state-owned coins valued at about $400,000 are missing or stolen.
(How shocking and appalling. Another Republican thief. I've lost track of how many there are. Too many, it seems. LS)
THE HEAD RAT IS GETTING OBESE.
Mon Dieu! I just saw this piece on DeLay. There is a new "ethics cloud" over the head rat. Another! How many does that make? I've lost count. A Texas judge found today that one of Delay's committees failed to disclose $600,000. in corporate donations. Democrats are awarded $196,660. Thank you, Judge, we sure could use the cash to run the RAT out of Congress and Texas, too.
MORE DELAY ETHICS VIOLATIONS
MORE ON THE FAT RAT: The guy has to be toast, even in Texas where it takes a lot to be, well, nevermind.
WEB OF CORRUPTION SURROUNDING DELAY IS GETTING BIGGER. Interview with Chris Bell, former congressman from Texas, (For those not in Houston, Bell was ousted by the DeLay premature redistricting of the state), and John Byrne of Raw Story. According to Bell, the ruling on DeLay's political action committee is evidence that DeLay's case for innocence is hemorrhaging. It's time to retire, Tommy Boy.
CASE FOR INNOCENCE HEMORRHAGING
I stumbled up this blog via Buzz Flash. It is a great site, giving details of daily Senate business. You can view talks given by the various Senators, see polls taken, you know, all of the relevant and important day to day information the MSM should be covering butisn't because they won't.
I'll Call That Interesting
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