Monday, January 31, 2005

Most important article in American history

"Ten Years Later" by Richard Clarke (author of "Against All Enemies.") This is the alarm to rival Thomas Paine. In February Atlantic Monthly (cover photo on right.) Richard Clarke is the former counter-terrorism czar under both Clinton and Bush, and is an outspoken critic of the invasion of Iraq.

In this piece Clarke tells us how the country will look by the time Bush is done with it. Save yourselves and impeach Bush now.

EXCERPT: "Most analysts now agree that Subway Day and Railroad Day not only caused the Senate filibuster to end, permitting the passage of Patriot Act III, but also finally triggered the withdrawal of some 40,000 troops from Iraq. The Army was needed in the subways."...Ten Years Later by Richard Clarke.


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