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Bush on the Constitution: 'It's just a goddamned piece of paper'

This is OUR leader speaking.
The man who SWORE to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.
I don’t give a goddamn,” Bush retorted. “I’m the President and the Commander-in-Chief. Do it my way.”

“Mr. President,” one aide in the meeting said. “There is a valid case that the provisions in this law undermine the Constitution.”

“Stop throwing the Constitution in my face,” Bush screamed back. “It’s just a goddamned piece of paper!”

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, while still White House counsel, wrote that the “Constitution is an outdated document.”

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Curious article. 09.Dec.2005 23:07

hr

It sounds plausible, but it's re-appearance on rense.com is sure to push it to the fringe.

 http://www.rense.com/general69/paper.htm

Well it's true. 10.Dec.2005 01:01

Subjectivisionismatarian

Recent events have shown a piece of paper cannot leap to the defense of our civil liberties. Also, NEWS FLASH: The State can't give people the freedom to do anything, it can only take that freedom away, and does regularly. Personal theory: The purpose of the bill of rights and other legal freedoms is to manufacture the majority of the people's consent while simultaneously giving the impression that The State is the inversion of God/Natural Law. "Thou shalt be free." Easier said than done. Now that a Holy President is blatantly infringing basic legal rights in the name of War, God and Country, liberals are leaping to the defense of their "freedoms" as if they were ever guaranteed by a piece of paper.

Great article 10.Dec.2005 11:17

rese

Hear:
The States wouldn't have ratified the Constitution without the Bill of Rights.

For a government to try and take away Habeus Corpus, as it does in the Patriot laws, shows just how guilty they are of trying to push ther World elite's dictatorship down your throats.
See comments in the Nation today, under Corn's article.

The Movie National Treasures, was an Illuminati inspiration trying to make the FreeMasons look good.


The Truth is the Illuminati, the richest families of the world are very real, and nearly succeeding in taking over the US through the illegal Federal Reserve System.

Americans hard work and taxes, and children are going to support their penchant to use the money they lend the government at high interest to finance both sides of war around the globe including attacking America in the 911 attacks.Their plan world dictatorship from Jerusaelem in alliance with the Jesuits who are still carrying out the Inquisition.

Their means for complete takeover of all political dissent, the Patriot laws. Instead of the secret societies helping America they're really STEALING THE BILL OF RIGHTS.

Sure they have underground bunkers ready for protection if their wars go too far, like Pine Gap Australia, etc. But they're hoping this won't happen, but they build them for their own protection,not the average American nor his family.

Bush and Skull and Bones, Roosevelt was 32degree Free Mason, who let them put their pyramid with the all seeing eye on the dollar bill.

Do all you can to spread the word! More of the internet fringe need speak to mainstream America on National forums like Huffington Post and the Nation.

Sorry 10.Dec.2005 11:32

Marleen

sorry - dunno why all the "&#8220" crapola

Marleen 10.Dec.2005 13:14

Fred Bauer

Web Browsers display HTML computer code which looks like gobbly goop surrounding understandable text. If you paste in some HTML and don't tell the browser, that's what it comes out looking like.

rese:

I'm with you. The crumbs who run this country are under control of monied overlords that some call "The Illuminati". One things for sure. They don't work for us.

re crapola 10.Dec.2005 14:17

militant rabbit

there is invisible formatting in the article you copied and pasted. the program that takes the content from the form box you pasted it into doesn't re-render the invisible formatting when it creates this article page and instead spits out a verbatim reproduction of the ascii that you unwittingly inputted. if you first paste text into notepad or some other simple text editor (simple meaning it doesn't do advanced formatting like font styles etc), and then go through and delete the gibberish, and then recopy and paste onto indymedia, that should fix the problem in the future.