September 08, 2004

Why the VICE _resident threatened you yesterday...

Yes, the VICE _resident of the United States really
did threaten you yesterday...
"It's absolutely essential that eight weeks from
today, on Nov. 2, we make the right choice, because if
we make the wrong choice then the danger is that we'll
get hit again and we'll be hit in a way that will be
devastating from the standpoint of the United States,"
Cheney told supporters at a town-hall meeting Tuesday.
(CBS/AP)
Can you smell the fear? No, not the populace's fear?
Although that's what the VICE _resident is working
on...No, the LNS is referring to the fear emanating
from within the Bush cabal itself? It is pungent, it
is palpable. Fear of...YOU...and the Electoral
Uprising coming in November...
Consider Zogby's analysis, "2004: It Is Not An 11
Point Race," released 9/7/04:
Given the fact that each candidate receives anywhere
between eight in ten and nine in ten support from
voters in his own party, any change in party
identification trades point for point in the
candidate's total support. My polls use a party weight
of 39% Democrat, 35% Republican and 26% Independent.
Thus in examining the Newsweek poll, add three points
for Mr. Bush because of the percentage of Republicans
in their poll, then add another 8% for Mr. Bush for
the reduction in Democrats. It is not hard to see how
we move from my two-point lead to their eleven-point
lead for the President.
http://zogby.com/news/ReadNews859.html
Consider Zogby's latest Electoral College numbers,
also released on 9/7/04: Its almost as if there were
no conventions at all. The latest numbers in the Zogby
Interactive Presidential Battleground Poll shows the
race almost exactly where it was in late July before
the Democrats gathered in Boston...Mr. Kerry leads in
states he needs to win to grab the top prize, but his
leads are smaller than they had been in earlier polls.
This latest collection of polls shows that Mr. Kerry
would win the White House by a margin of 264 electoral
votes, to 231 for Mr. Bush. The votes of three states
Florida, Missouri, and Nevada are held out of the
count because the candidates are within one percentage
point of each other and so are too close to call.

http://zogby.com/news/ReadNews.dbm?ID=860
Consider what is happeneing out on the campaign
trrail...Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mekong Delta) is
pulling out the big guns and dry powder he stashed
away months ago...
New York Daily News (9/7/04): "In one of Kerry's
strongest-ever condemnations of the Iraq war, he
called it "the wrong war in the wrong place at the
wrong time" - a line that his idol John F. Kennedy
used on the stump in October 1960 and Gen. Omar
Bradley famously said of Korea. Kerry also branded the
President's coalition "the phoniest thing I ever
heard." "It's American troops that are 90% of the
combat casualties and it's American taxpayers that are
paying 90% of the cost of the war." He said he hoped
to bring home the troops within four years."

Consider the publication of Intelligence Matters, an
expose, authored by Sen. Bob Graham (D-Fraudida),
which shines light on the pre-9/11 NEGLIGENCE and
post-9/11 INCOMPTENCE of the Bush abomination's
national insecurity team and offers a glimpse into
what those 27 blacked out pages in the Congressional
9/11 report relate to...Most importantly, make note
that, as the LNS suggested on Satuday, Sept. 4th in
its NOTE to Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mekong Delta) the
Kerry-Edwards campaign did indeed host a press
conference for Sen. Graham, indicating, that as we
expected, they are not afraid to the challenge the
Bush abomination on 9/11. The bothched, bungled,
mis-named "war on terror" is not the strength of the
Bush White House, it is the SHAME of the Bush White
House...

Associated Press: Senator Bob Graham, the Florida
Democrat who is a former chairman of the Senate
Intelligence Committee, accused the White House on
Tuesday of covering up evidence that might have linked
Saudi Arabia to the Sept. 11 hijackers.
Mr. Graham made the accusation in a new book and
repeated it at a news conference Tuesday arranged by
Senator John Kerry's presidential campaign...
The accusation stems from the Federal Bureau of
Investigation's refusal to allow investigators for a
Congressional inquiry and the independent Sept. 11
commission to interview an informant, Abdussattar
Shaikh, who had been the landlord in San Diego of two
Sept. 11 hijackers...
On Tuesday, Mr. Graham called the letter "a smoking
gun" and said, "The reason for this cover-up goes
right to the White House."

Repudiate the 9/11 Cover-Up and the Iraq War Lies,
Show Up for Democracy in 2004: Defeat Bush (again!)



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September 8, 2004
Senator Accuses Bush of Cover-Up
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ASHINGTON, Sept. 7 (AP) - Senator Bob Graham, the
Florida Democrat who is a former chairman of the
Senate Intelligence Committee, accused the White House
on Tuesday of covering up evidence that might have
linked Saudi Arabia to the Sept. 11 hijackers.

Mr. Graham made the accusation in a new book and
repeated it at a news conference Tuesday arranged by
Senator John Kerry's presidential campaign.
Republicans called the accusations "bizarre conspiracy
theories," and the Saudis said they were
unsubstantiated and reckless.

The accusation stems from the Federal Bureau of
Investigation's refusal to allow investigators for a
Congressional inquiry and the independent Sept. 11
commission to interview an informant, Abdussattar
Shaikh, who had been the landlord in San Diego of two
Sept. 11 hijackers.

In his book "Intelligence Matters," Mr. Graham, the
co-chairman of the Congressional inquiry with
Representative Porter J. Goss, Republican of Florida,
said an F.B.I. official wrote them in November 2002
and said "the administration would not sanction a
staff interview with the source.'' On Tuesday, Mr.
Graham called the letter "a smoking gun" and said,
"The reason for this cover-up goes right to the White
House."

The report added to suspicions about a Saudi role in
the hijacking plot.

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Posted by richard at September 8, 2004 02:35 PM