Since 9/11 was an inside job, it’s safe to assume anyone who had anything to do with empowering the forces behind it will be rendered ineffective come this ’08 presidential election. Giuliani and McCain, seen as front runners in the past, should just hang up their campaign hopes on the toilet paper roller.
The decisions to not challenge the EPA’s claims that the air was safe to breathe, the water safe to drink at the time the claims were made; or the dynamics behind voting for and supporting the Iraq War, are up now. Clinton, Edwards and others may not survive the results of their actions or inactions as 9/11 Truth comes to the forefront of the conversation, led by the Firefighters Union in NYC. I’m sorry is not always enough.
As alternatives, folks are doing T charts of Ron Paul (R) vs. Denis Kucinich (D). After all, Bill Maher says Ron Paul is his hero, and I respect Bill Maher. He’s spoken great truth. Yet, dynamic thinker Willie Nelson is backing Denis Kucinich.
Here’s my Ron Paul side of the T chart.
‘I ain’t sayin’ he’s a gold digger, but he ain’t messin with no broke, broke.............’
Straight out of the military/congressional part of Eisehnower's farewell address, Ron Paul was a 70's supporter of Ronald Reagan, the one who failed to fund early AIDS research and introduced crack into the Black community for a slush fund called Iran Contra. For more on the evil in the Reagan administration read Dark Alliance The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion by Gary Webb and And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic by Randy Shilts and William Greider.
Ronald Reagan was “the front man” for the neo nazis in charge when they took over openly in 1980 and allowed the hostages to be released after he took office. Prescott Bush, the president’s grandfather, was censured by congress for being Hitler’s US banker. This is public record.
Paul's early support of Ronald Reagan helped open the door for no to low AIDS funding for whatever reason, and crack into the Black community (Iran Contra) in the 80’s. So many healing, brilliant souls were slaughtered as a result of those decisions about under funding AIDS and introducing crack to people when they were at their weakest, like the end of a relationship, the death of a loved one, an innocent party favor promoted as used by the cool. The gang system in Los Angeles was created to market crack and keep fear alive in the population. Tookie Williams was executed for a reason that had nothing to do with the charges against him.
With AIDS and crack, ancillary lives in the millions were also shattered due to a loved one’s experience with either situation.
Given the ravages from Reagan, I see where Ron Paul’s racist label came from. The results of their actions or inactions, knowingly or not, are still impacting.
Here's from the CDC short sheet of information on AIDS a dozen years after Reagan took control.
“These are answers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to questions concerning the scope of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States.
1. How many people have died of AIDS in the United States?
June 5, 1992, marked 11 years since the first published report in the United States of what we now know was AIDS. During this time, the number of AIDS deaths has increased each year, from 135 deaths in 1981 to more than 30,000 deaths in 1991. More than 23,000 deaths have been reported for 1992, with reporting still incomplete. According to projections, the cumulative number of deaths from HIV infection and AIDS will likely exceed 300,000 by the end of 1994.
2. How many people are infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that approximately 1 million people are currently infected with HIV in this country alone, representing approximately 1 in 250 Americans.”
The NIH reports regarding crack use
“National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH)*****
In 2005, 33.7 million Americans aged 12 and over reported lifetime use of cocaine, and 7.9 million reported using crack. About 5.5 million reported annual use of cocaine, and 1.4 million reported using crack. An estimated 2.4 million Americans reported current use of cocaine, a significant increase from the previous year, and 682,000 reported using crack, which was also significantly higher than in 2004 (467,000). There were an estimated 872,000 new users of cocaine in 2005 (approximately 2,400 per day), and most were aged 18 or older although the average age of first use among recent initiates age 12 to 49 was 19.7 years.
The percentage of youth ages 12 to 17 reporting lifetime use of cocaine was 2.3 percent in 2005. Among young adults aged 18 to 25, the rate was 15.1 percent, showing no significant difference from the previous year.”
So much for the war on drugs. It’s always been a war against the people anyway.
A positive Ron Paul note. He did sponsor the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2007.
This bill has been lost in the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security since 4/20/07. ”
and is warning folks that the folks behind 9/11 have another surprise in store for us, if they can get away with it.
Kucinich for President. http://kucinich.us/ Kucinich is not owned by business, will establish a department of peace, is a hemp advocate and good person.