June 21, 2005
-- by Dave Johnson
Wouldn't it be interesting if it turned out that one of the major players in convincing America to tie its military up in Iraq, was at the same time providing North Korea with technology to improve its missiles? (Not to mention providing NK with submarines.)
Wouldn't it be interesting if it turned out that one of the major players in convincing America to take sides in the Middle East conflict turned out to be an espionage front for that side? (See also here.)
Remember the STF rule. When Republicans accuse...
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It's hard for a repug to be a traitor. They don't really operate in a world where the concept is meaningful. Their world is the one described to Howard Beal in NETWORK.
But they do betray their fellow Americans every day. If that counts.
Posted by: richard at June 21, 2005 7:37 PM
The moonster is driving the bus.
Did you see THIS on the New York Channel.
Moon said decades ago his job as "messiah" was to raise up the "christains"(rightwing theocrats) for power in America so they could accept his work. The conservtiave movement is Moon's theocratic political army.
Posted by: Paul at June 22, 2005 12:31 PM
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