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Monday, June 13, 2005

Brit "Deep Throat" Exposes Bush Lies

When historians look back on the Bush Administration they will note that the week of June 13, 2005 marks the beginning of the eventual impeachment of President George W. Bush.

They will also note that the key information which brought down President Bush came from a "deep throat" anonymous source in Britain with access to top secret documentation which proves that President Bush lied to Congress, the American people, and the rest of the world, to obtain approval for an unnecessary war on Iraq.

The American Main Stream Media tried to ignore the Downing Street Minutes for over four(4) weeks, but the followup documents released by the anonymous source are so damning that even they find themselves having to address the topic with the President.

Congressmen have begun to speak out and demand answers, and schedule hearings on their own since Republicans in charge refuse to address the matter.

Public opinion polls are reflecting the changing mood in the country regarding the Vietnamlike war in Iraq.

But the proof that President Bush is going down is Republicans are beginning to break ranks and speak out in dissent against President Bush's positions. This would have been unthinkable a few weeks ago, and shows just how bad things are going for the Bush Administration.

Look for more docs to be released by this modern day "deep throat" which will seal the fate of not only George W. Bush, but Tony Blair. The irony is that the information sinking Bush is outside his control in Britain, where questions will continue to be asked and leaks to the media cannot be controlled.

Pull up a seat. This may make Watergate look like a walk in the park.

Public outrage will be inconsolable once the truth comes out.

And when the smoke has cleared, we will owe the Brits a debt of thanks for doing the job that our government and our media failed to do.

Let the hearings begin.

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