March 10, 2006
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Subject: Letter to Editor, Shreveport, La. Times
Here is a copy of a letter to the editor I sent to my hometown newspaper the Shreveport, La. Times. I keep this red state upset with my letters to the editor.
Subject: How Often Do Leopards Change Their Spots?
It’s the little things that disturb me the most. Everyone pays attention to the big ones; like the Dubai Port Deal, or the spy program against We the People. Everyone rants for awhile and then gradually falls in with “the program.”
But the little things never even get talked about. Like Bush’s photo op in New Orleans March 7, where he ranted about New Orleans being “shortchanged” by Congress, $1.5 billion dollars to rebuild the levees. But, according to a spokesperson for the Senate Appropriations Committee, Bush hadn’t requested the money.
While Bush wraps himself in a mantel of morality; his words are rarely followed by action. It was reported that this was his tenth trip to New Orleans, after Katrina. He did his famous photo-op strut through the more secure areas of New Orleans and paused to pose with a hammer to show he was “just plain folks.”
But one of his government’s greatest failures occurred the day before his visit, because on that day another body was found in a house in New Orleans; six months after the hurricane.
There are still almost two thousand people missing in New Orleans. Dr. Louis Cataldie, Louisiana’s medical examiner has stated that searchers expect to find approximately 400 more still inside those abandoned houses in New Orleans. This body was found in a middle class neighborhood; how many more of those missing two thousand are still in the homes located in the poor neighborhoods that have yet to receive attention?
Bush and all of his administration have now admitted that they bungled the job in New Orleans. Most of us, realizing that we had botched our job badly, would set about trying to fix it. Not Mr. Bush, he had places to go, important people to see, and other wars to start.
He acts as an autocratic “president” and therefore must assume responsibility for what he does not do. And he did not appropriate the money necessary to find those missing two thousand people. There is no excuse for bodies to still be in the debris of New Orleans.
He believes he can pinpoint al Qaida operatives in the United States by wiretapping and listening in to Our conversations; surely, the sophisticated equipment is available to locate the missing of New Orleans, whether they are bodies in their homes, or people in shelters in other states. I do not buy his portrait of helplessness over the fate of New Orleans while touting his supposed strength in locating terrorists scattered throughout the world.
It is not Bush’s callousness that bothers me as much as the laissez-faire attitude of those elected officials and party members that ignore these little things. Bush was a selfish young man of privilege, and he is a selfish middle-aged man of power. I have no expectations of him changing. In spite of his late-in-life religious “conversion,” he has not changed these selfish ways.
No, we must hold those accountable that rave about the inequities and mistakes and abuses of the government in power and yet do nothing about them. The tragedy of New Orleans stripped off the veneer of our “prosperous” country and left us naked before the world. And it is these little things the world has judged most shameful.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: Cadaver Dogs in NOLA
Here is an article from CNN on March 6th. March 6th! This is unconscionable and should be the front page headline on every paper in the nation. More than six months after Katrina and they still haven't searched the Ninth Ward for bodies. I cannot imagine what it must feel like to have a loved one missing and then found at their home after so many months. This is ethnic cleansing and should be recognized as that.
Keep buzzin', keep hollerin' and demand an end to this murderous regime.
Subject: Taking Bets
Now that the Secret Carlyle Port Trade has been momentarily stalled, how long will it be before Halliburton is given the contract to run port security?
And how much taxpayers' money will be given to them for the honor?
Anyone wanna bet?
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: The Abortion Ban in South Dakota
I wish that every man and woman who is enraged about the new law in South Dakota banning abortion would write a letter to the Governor of South Dakota telling him how they feel about it, and also telling him that they will never visit that state. Especially women--we have to stand up for ourselves, our daughters', and our granddaughters' rights. It might not hurt to send an e-mail to the Governor of your own state, too, letting them know that they better not try anything like that in your state.
People better wake up soon. Our rights are being taken from us one at a time. Some day we'll wake up and everything will be gone----and some people will have nerve enough to wonder what happened.
Subject: 6 ports, or 21 ports?
Why do the media and such letter writers as Linda Zoblotsky (BuzzFlash, March 9) keep saying the UAE is hoping to run six American ports. It's 21 ports. Twenty-one. Not six.
[BuzzFlash Note: "Six" is mentioned in the earliest article we could find, February 12, from AP. Maybe there was a higher level of presence in the 6 than in the rest of the 21 locations?]
Subject: Bush Knows Baseball
Let's assume that the one thing Bush knows IS baseball. Then, let's put things into proper perspective.
Today, the press is all over Barry Bonds saying that he should resign and never step foot in his place of employment again. Why? Because he may have used a banned substance to improve his team's and personal performance and may have lied to the American public.
Who did Barry hurt? Baseball's only a game. The press is in a relentless full court press on this issue. Evidence against Bonds is relatively slight.
Now, let's compare Bonds with Bush. Bush used an illegal substance called White Phosphorus in Iraq to play hardball and make a point in Falluja. It melted the flesh and bodies of innocent men, women, and children and some Iraqi Freedom Fighters. Who did Bush hurt? Were these Iraqis human beings? Bush also lied about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. He lied about the reasons for illegally attacking a sovereign nation. 20,000 American servicemen and contractors have died or been wounded in Bush's Iraq follies. Five or tenfold innocent Iraqis have met the same fate.
In fact, has Bush EVER made a public statement since he was installed as the acting president of the country by the supreme court that was not either an outright lie, distortion, or attempt to mislead the American public and the world? I think not. I cannot think of one. Can you? Name and describe it! He even lied to his own mother on that Thanksgiving morning when he told her he would be home, but instead was out doing a secret photo op in Iraq despite quivering in his booties.
Where is the press on this far more important issue? If Barry Bonds had nuclear weapons, Karl Rove, and an army and a corps of media owners which would pronounce a death warrant, either physical or economic, on each and every reporter who was calling for his banning and impeachment from baseball, would there be a deathly silence?
Who is the real villain? Which banned substance should the press be railing against? Which lies have caused horrible human suffering?
It's easy to attack baseball's Bonds. It takes real balls to attack the real substance abuser, the real liar, the real-life horrific villain.
Impeach Bush and put him in the Hall of Shame forever where he belongs. In fact there is only one crime for which the death penalty should apply: Bush, Rumsfeld, Rice and Cheney stand alone.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: Contributor Article
God bless Carol Davidek-Waller from Kirkland, WA, and her indepth article Straight Talk on Abortion - A BuzzFlash Reader Contribution.
I could identify with the first few sentences -- I, too became an RN, after my family was older. Her article was "right on." I have been an "escort" outside clinics and have endured vicious treatment by anti-choice marchers. They were verbally abusive continually. I had to park in secret or the anti's would get my license plate and find my home address and harass me in my neighborhood. I have watched a mother with two children marching against freedom of choice, who allowed her two, aged about two and three, play in the gutter in the street where there was a heavy flow of traffic. Her focus was on the unborn, not on the safety of her own born. I have marched on Washington after a long ride on the bus from Cincinnati, OH. I have marched here in Cincinnati. An anti-choice man was physically abusive to me in the crowd and tried to crush me into the fencing. (He did hurt me.) The anti-choice people do not follow the "Thou shalt not murder" commandment.
God bless Carol Davidek-Waller and all those who care about a woman's freedom. If the anti's are really serious, they should educate their males in not doing anything that will create a fetus! THEIR CHOICE!
Subject: Intelligence Committee refusal to hold hearings on warrantless surveillance
Here's what I just wrote to Senator Olympia Snowe.
If every Buzzer wrote to a member of the Intelligence Committee, especially those who are constituents of one of the committee members, maybe a few would reconsider their cowardice.
Subject: "Guard the Gates"
While completely in agreement with Dr. Feldman's analysis of the power of the "War on Terrorism" meme, BushRepublicans are already two jumps ahead of "Guard the Gates" with "Pre-emptive Strike Doctrine" supposedly aimed at keeping the enemy from ever getting close to our gates again.
With all due respect to Dr. Feldman, "Guard the Gates" leaves the Democrats wide open to the charge that they will allow the enemy to get too close again.
Instead I would suggest that Democrats need to push back hard at BushRepublican Big Lie #1: 911 as an unforeseen event. Nonsense.
Big Lie #2: the disastrous consequences in Iraq were unforeseen. Poppycock [no pun intended].
Big Lie #3: Bad intelligence was to blame for Big Lies 1 and 2--so jumble all the agencies together to set up Big Lie #3, Katrina as yet another unforeseen disaster. Rubbish.
Meanwhile Big Lie #4 almost slipped under the radar like a 911 jetliner: Dubai taking over the management of our ports not a security nightmare in the making.
FINALLY, the BushRepublicans blinked...but not before literally thousands of Americans had lost their lives.
So, how about this frame? "America First: Strength at Home."
Subliminal message: "Let's stop messing around where we're not wanted. Let's deal with the security problems in our own backyard before bombing other people's houses."
For bedevilment, some gotchas: Incompetence kills. When are the Democrats going to be in charge?
Republicans: Small men with small ideas making a lot of noise.
Republicans are fearless, especially when it comes to other people's lives.
A BuzzFlash Reader
P.S. Oops. I underestimated the stupidity of the Republicans and said they finally blinked over the Dubai deal. Sorry. We're being set up for BIG LIE #4, no one could have foreseen the drug and arms smuggling through ports operated by Dubai. Followed by BIG LIE #5, Rummy is withdrawing the troops in the event of the "unforeseen" civil war in Iraq (Lie #2). The real reason is to begin the war on Iran, now that we're done totally wrecking Iraq.
Subject: A Nice Quiet Hunting Trip
Rumor has it that the Republicans in Congress have spent the last few days trying to arrange a nice hunting trip for Mr. Bush and Mr. Cheney. This is a most generous gesture, in view of Congress' recent displeasure with Mr. Bush over the Dubai Ports contract. The rumor also states that Mr. Abramoff has been sent an invitation as well, but this is questionable, as no Republicans can be found anywhere who know anyone of that name.
Subject: If there is a monster there.........
If there is a monster there, in the big house, then why haven't the peasants marched in with pitch forks and torches?? Why on Earth do we allow this to continue?? Is it our duty to rise up and cast aside the tyrant??? What would those who we revere as patriots do in these times?? The same as in 1775 & 1776 ???? Weren't there monarchists then who called themselves loyalists, who wore green coats then?? Didn't they too accuse those who sought those simple freedoms as traitors??? And when the masses rose up to claim their rights to live free, didn't the self proclaimed loyalists slink off ??? Can the tyrant still rule when the masses no longer live in fear?? Does a true leader really preach fear?? Is it still true today that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself???? When will we rise up with our torches to light the path???
How many torches will it take for those who have been living in darkness to see what has really happened?? Will you pick up a torch to light the way??
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: obit correction
Please correct "the day democracy died" to the day the Supreme Court selected bush, completely by-passing the democratic process. The date was either December 12 or 13, 2000. All hope was lost that day--it has only gotten worse.
It Gets Worse: The Master Con Job. Busheviks Plan Shell Game of Allegedly Transferring Dubai Port Contract to Halliburton. Okay, So Dubai Will Get a Multi-Billion Dollar Sub-Contract and Halliburton Will Make Out Like the Bandit It is. January 20, 2001: The Day Democracy Died.
[BuzzFlash Note: The Supreme Court ruling was December 12: http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct...]
Subject: Re Big Food's Bad Idea by Jason Mark (AlterNet)
Dear Buzzers --
I'm not exactly little Mary Sunshine this morning. ALL the news I've read so far seems to be alarming. This article meets the criteria for "BE VERY AFRAID"!
Oh, great. The same Bushevik coalition that's destroying our environment. I read earlier that drilling for oil -- which has already begun in Alaska on previously protected "wilderness" lands -- is not as "safe" -- SURPRISE!?! -- since leaks in the pipelines can pop up at any point in the system once the oil is drilled. Apparently, they've already done so, but this information -- another SURPRISE?? Not to Buzzers, I'm sure -- has also been suppressed.
Back to the food issue. The gist of the article is that the "Big Food" companies are lobbying (as in paying off, big-time) the federal poor excuse for a government to bar individual states from imposing their own standards of food labeling. Examples: no warnings against mercury in fish. No mention of trans-fats. No discretion whatsoever on what to require by way of warning on the foods that they distribute. Geez -- I grew up in an age where the GOP (Greedy Old Party) SUPPORTED states rights. Except for anti-abortion/contraception rights, gay rights, and the right to keep public education PUBLIC rather than to turn it over to the RELIGIOUS right, who will -- of course -- preach creationism disguised as "intelligent design" -- and threaten kids with eternal damnation if they don't allow themselves to be brainwashed.
Now Big Food is trying to get its Big Foot in the lobbying door, mainly in order to allow the unlimited (and unlabeled) sale of genetically modified food products. (As I wrote quite a while back, I always thought Monsanto made CARPETS. Now I know that was simply a cover -- no pun intended, but I'll let it stand -- for their REAL program.) Oh, great. What can we expect next? No warning (this is from the article cited above) that some candy bars contain alcohol? (I had no idea that any pregnant (which is how they want us ALL) women shouldn't be warned about mercury level in seafood? How about repackaging meat contaminated with e-coli? (Why should they give a damn; after all, the rich among us eat steak or filet mignon, not ground beef!) I can just see the NEXT step: any dead chicken, when the new -- and deadly -- strain of avian flu makes it to the U.S., as it inevitably will -- is allowed to be ground up and processed into Chicken McNuggets. After all, only the poor would stoop to eating at McDonalds.
Well, folks, get used to the idea of (a) risking your lives every time you buy your groceries or else start eating nothing but soy, tofu, and seeds/nuts. Oh, wait...all of these might become contaminated, too. As for ME, I'd rather starve than eat that stuff anyway.
Seriously, the railroading of our government by powerful -- and (to put it mildly) well-endowed interest groups at the expense of all the rest of us would have driven our Founding Fathers (I'm sure there were Founding Mothers backing them up, but of course they didn't get any recognition), if they were reincarnated today, to a second American Revolution.
This behavior is totally, uncategorically unacceptable. This railroading of our Constitution and our country has to be stopped -- fast -- and run off the tracks.
Barbara Lee (Barb) Blazyk
Subject: Bill Napoli Clueless About Rape and Incest
I e-mailed South Dakota's State Sen. Bill Napoli ... I guess I was having difficulty understanding the rules and regulations regarding abortion, so I asked a few questions myself.
I wanted to know how religious you had to be, and was he going to go into an operating room if needed to check if she was a virgin? ... he said, the woman needs to be brutally assaulted. I ask him if a couple of bruises and vaginal tearing is enough?
The point is this is so ridiculous, he needs to go on a fact finding tour to understand rape, incest, and assault and battery ... Law makers should stay out of women's lives when it comes to their bodies. But if lawmakers are interested in if you have sex and do not want any person to use condoms, there should be a law that a man must have a vasectomy if he chooses to have sex. Sounds good to me.
Subject: Bill Napoli
A perfect choice for GOP Hypocrite of the week.
Here are two true stories...
My grandmother had an abortion in 1935. Her WW1 Vet husband was dying of tuberculosis and she had two school age children. She knew she could not care for her kids, her husband and an infant and took the risk of a "back alley abortion." She was deeply religious and the choice was an incredibly difficult one but one she did not regret.
I'd like Bill Napoli to try and explain to my grandmother why she should be forced to have that child and how he knows better than she does what is best for her family.
My friend and her husband had two young boys. They both worked full time and had figured they could afford one more child. They were hoping for a girl. Well, she got pregnant with a girl but the amnio and ultrasound showed massive birth defects. Down's syndrome, spina bifida, probable heart defects. They realized that if they had that baby, she would have to quit her job as the baby would require full time care. Less money coming in and major health costs for a child whose life would be difficult and not long. Less time and resources for the kids they already had. Some people would take on that challenge and I honor them for that choice but I would never presume to make that decision for a family. My friend had an abortion and got pregnant again about a year later and had a healthy boy.
I'd like Bill Napoli to tell that family that they must have that disabled baby. Would he sit with them while they went through all the operations and hospital stays? Would he contribute money lost because she had to quit her job?
People who oppose choice think abortion is an easy choice.It is NEVER easy and is often painful both physically and emotionally but women and families need to decide for themselves what they are capable of handling.
It is personal. It is private. And it is the business of the woman and not politicians.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: Smog Horror Story
In 1960’s I was visiting in Riverside, California. We went out Sat morning to play golf. We had finished nine holes at eleven. Suddenly-- whistles, sirens, bells started ringing. I thought “The Commies are coming.” It was the warning to all, especially school children, to go inside.
I had been wondering why my eyes had burned all morning. My pal said it is a beautiful sunny day. I said “Like heck! It is very cloudy.” He said “It is the smog. Above the SMOG it is a beautiful day.”
On Sunday, the pilot of our plane went out over the Pacific and turned to go East. He told us to “look out the window and what you see is SMOG.”
Folks! It was like a 100-foot tall sheet of rust colored insulation material.
Scary. After that I insisted on playing golf in the desert area.
I noted after that experience the orange haze over Greensboro, NC during early morning takeoffs.
I will never laugh at Global Warming alarms after that experience.
Subject: Hunter Thompson
Given your daily rants against the Second Amendment of the United States Construction, isn't it more than a little hypocritical of you to be raising money through the sale of Hunter Thompson's last book? Thompson, God bless him, thought everybody should own many firearms. The interior walls of his home were riddled with bullets, and he ended up putting a pistol in his mouth when he decided he couldn't take it any more. Believe me, the anti-gun hysteria voiced by Buzzflash and similar "progressive" outlets is a big reason why the Red States are red.
Subject: "Appeasing a Tyrant Is Like Hand-feeding a Shark!"
“LET’S MAKE A DEAL” is the continuous refrain from Bush, Rove and “Mr. Pressure, Dick Cheney! Stacking the evidence in your favor and shutting out any opposition means anything BUT an equitable settlement for both sides. Letting the bully dominate for political gain and favors is the favored method used by the Bush Regime. We’ve seen it happen time and time again! Let Democrats and Republicans who fall for it heed Winston Churchill’s words, “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile hoping it will eat him last!” Take note, Senators Lieberman, Snowe, Nelsons, Landrieu, Pryor, and many others!
Dubai was dead in the water, and Bush was warned, so the Bush/Rove Political Machine went about image-building QUICKLY. Before you could say "Jack Abramoff, Katrina, Spy Scandal," the "fix" was in and the subject diverted to political repercussions from the fallout! Security was relegated to low flame on the back-burner.
From Susan G at the Daily Kos, The Full Port Press of Unimaginable Hypocrisy questioned the few hour turnabout until DP Ports World quit the deal!
Then we have FISA, Bush broke the law. The Bush/Rove Political Machine goes into action, switch argument… go after reporters! DO YOU SEE A PATTERN HERE, FOLKS??? Democrats and a few Repugs wanted a FULL inquiry. The majority met with Dickie and that was the end of the story!
Patriot Act, Katrina, Iraq War, Spy scandal ... whatever, when George’s image is in doubt, it’s Pat Roberts, John McCain, Joe Lieberman, and the Cover-up Boys to the rescue! When Bush’s incapability GLARES, and stands out like a sore thumb, the media chimes in, refusing to admit Bush Administration incompetence in solving issues and blames the Democrats for not having an answer!
Who was elected and just who is responsible for one mess after another? The Bush regime has built our government, and now our country sits on an insecure foundation, BECAUSE OF THEM and a dominant majority Republican Party and some spineless Democratic appeasers! Law and Justice don’t stand a chance in our government of unequal strength!
Subject: Republicans Vs. Democrats
Back when I was a much younger man, a Democratic President, Lyndon Baines Johnson, sent me to Vietnam in 1968. In 1969, a Republican President, Richard Milhous Nixon, kept me there. Sadly, because I was then too young to vote, but old enough to die, I had no say in who sent me nor who kept me over there. In further sad reality, though, my inability to vote due to age restrictions had practically zero meaning anyway!
Much like those days during Vietnam, we are all once again faced with an enormous problem regarding our Democratic Republic and its failure to actually provide checks and balances against a burgeoning Imperial Presidency, that currently wages two simultaneous wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and is trying it's damndest to go for a third in Iran. As way back then, we have two political parties, but both posture on and on about this and that, and in reality, they are not much different from the other.
Just as then, our treasury is on the verge of bankrupting itself to finance WAR, that all of us lowly taxpayers must foot the bill for. Many claim to 'support the troops', whatever the hell that is supposed to mean, by placing stupid magnetic yellow ribbons on their gas-guzzling SUV's. If every one of those no doubt well-meaning Americans actually called or wrote their representatives in Washington and demanded real answers on matters of peace and war and life and death, then just perhaps, those patriotic Americans could righteously claim they were indeed 'supporting the troops' by DEMANDING they all be brought home immediately!
Unless WE FORCE the Democratic party to return very quickly to its role of a champion for workers, women, minorities, real fairness in real representative government and human rights, we will all be doomed to at least another four more years of some other conservative lunatic and resultant further ruin for this once great country and the world body politic.
As I have personally written numerous times to my Senator Hillary Clinton of New York, 'Republican lite' doesn't cut it for me nor many others! It is well past time now for the Democratic party to stand up on its hind legs, and forcefully oppose ever-burgeoning war policy, and demand an immediate end to both wars in Afghanistan and Iraq!
Dwight Thomas Powers
Subject: Richard Mann's "Dubai Ports Deal More Sinister"; good reasons for not allowing DPW sale
I am in strong agreement with Richard Mann.
I think there is something nefarious about the DPW deal that has not been revealed to us. I believe that Bush and his global capitalist cronies thought this deal would go through undetected; in fact, this is why Bush didn't know about it. It was "business as usual" for these people. I think the reason this deal is so important to this group of people is that they want to move all kinds of things (military weapons, guns, drugs, people, money) around undetected. They will be able to do this if the management of major U.S. ports and the port of Dubai are integrated and not subject to any kind of oversight.
However much as I suspect the above, I cannot prove it. Regardless of what they are planning to do as a result of this deal, there are plenty of concrete reasons to oppose the deal. Here are the ones that I can think of:
Prior to the DPW deal, most of us did not object to foreign control of port operations because we didn't know ports were controlled by foreigners. (Honestly, do you sit around and think about who controls ports? I always assumed that they were controlled by their host cities and states. More fool I.) Port operations are already woefully, dangerously insecure. In Boston we are all painfully aware of the uninspected LNG tankers that come into our port weekly or monthly. Doesn't having a foreign company or country involved in those operations increase the likelihood of security breaches AND decrease the likelihood of detection of those breaches? (Note that Boston is not one of the cities that will be ceding control of its container operations to DPW. I am just using it as an example to make this point.)
Furthermore, even though upon reflection I discovered that I don't approve of any foreign company running key parts of our ports, there is a substantive difference between the U.K. and the U.A.E. running some of our port operations. The U.K. is a friend and most of its population does not wish us harm; most of the population of the U.A.E. does wish us harm. I have no doubt that the owners of DPW are just part of the very elite global capitalist class that Bush and his cronies travel in. All they are interested in doing is their big, profitable business deals (legal and illegal, I suspect). However, because they are not us, once the deal is done, they will feel no particular commitment to taking extra trouble to perform their operations securely. This is human nature. To them, a little terrorism here and there is, at worst, a cost of doing business, and at best, a market opportunity.
The liberals who claim this deal would be okay if only it had been vetted properly are not thinking it through. They are assuming an illusion of control--that if the management promises to run everything securely, they will in fact be able to do so. What is the basis of such an assumption if we don't demand detailed plans on how to deal with all the different types of security breaches that are possible? And, if you are taking port security seriously, why would you add the necessity of this extra burden of surveillance into the mix when the ports are already not secure?
Finally, I have heard that there is an ongoing effort to wrest control of port operations from the International Longshoreman's Union. (This is by no means a stretch of the imagination. I read recently that the Bush administration is also trying to break the Air Traffic Controllers union--again--and outsource ATC operations. They think those operations are not "inherently governmental.") If DPW's ownership status effectively gets rid of the ILU, they will be hiring non-unionized, possibly/probably undocumented labor to work at the ports. These people will be poor, desperate, bribable, untraceable, and unaccountable. In fact, I will be blunt. Some of these people could routinely turn up dead.
The ports are part of our security infrastructure. They shouldn't be under foreign control of any kind. As many have asked, are we going to outsource the operation of nuclear plants next year?
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