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January 31, 2007


"Political appointee"? Sounds a lot like "Political Officer" to me. Welcome to the Soviet (Corporate) Union. It's like watching "Red October". Funny how it should come from the people who spent decades screaming about the evils of Stalinism. Way to go, dirtbags!

Yeah. The word that came to my mind was "commissar"

Nothing will ever change if we keep electing Democrats and Republicans. Unfortunately it took segregationist Governor Wallace to reveal the truth that "there's not a dime's worth of difference between" Republicans and Democrats. The Democrats willingly went along with the War in Iraq, opening mail, suspension of Habeas Corpus, detaining protesters, banning books like "America Deceived' from Amazon, stealing private lands (Kelo decision), warrant-less wiretapping and refusing to investigate 9/11 properly. They are both guilty of treason.
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Remember that under Stalin's rule in the USSR there was a "Commisar" assigned to every department, even to military forces in the field during WWII (even during Stalingrad). They interfered with the operation of every department in which they were inserted, looking for the slightest deviation from the Stalinist party line.

Now Bush proposes an American version of the Commissar. Anyone who is surprised by this development hasn't been paying attention for the past 6 years. Before we know it, Homeland Security will become the new Stasi (the E. German secret police). That, plus the new rules about having to have a passport for Canada and Mexico, rules designed to prevent travel by Americans, should make it clear to everyone that this government is closing in on the enemy: us!

NO, like Cheney/Bush, it'll (un)just(ly) make their agencies more despotic and rogue!

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