Sunday, January 18, 2009

A Criminal Administration


Failure to uphold the constitution as sworn by all of the Bush administration was just the beginning.

The false flag of 9/11, the lies of the wars of Afghanistan and Iraq and resulting deaths, theft of our monetary future in conjunction with the Federal Reserve, etc., etc.........
adds up to crimes against the American people unprecedented in our history.

Not that past administrations were all that much better but this one set the bar high for blatant arrogance.

We must not forget Congress. Without them the crimes would have been a little bit harder to pull off. This was in essence a bi-partisan effort. So much for the 'two party system.'

In a sane world the people shown below plus many more would not be going home. They would be in prison.

But this is not a sane world.


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Department of Agriculture
Secretary Ed Schafer
www.usda.gov

Seal of the Department of Agriculture


seal
Ed Schafer


Department of the Interior
Secretary Dirk Kempthorne
www.doi.gov

Seal of the Department of Interior


Photo of Dirk Kempthorne, Secretary of the Interior
Dirk Kempthorne

Department of Commerce
Secretary Carlos Gutierrez
www.doc.gov

Seal of the Department of Commerce


Photo of Carlos Gutierrez, Secretary of Commerce
Carlos Gutierrez

Department of Justice
Attorney General Michael Mukasey
www.usdoj.gov

Seal of the Department of Justice


Photo of Attorney General Michael Mukasey
Michael Mukasey

Department of Defense
Secretary Robert M. Gates
www.defenselink.mil

Seal of the Department of Defense


Photo of Robert M. Gates, Secretary of Defense
Robert M. Gates

Department of Labor
Secretary Elaine Chao
www.dol.gov

Seal of the Department of Labor


Photo of Elaine Chao, Secretary of Labor
Elaine Chao

Department of Education
Secretary Margaret Spellings
www.ed.gov

Seal of the Department of Education


Photo of Margaret Spellings, Secretary of Education
Margaret Spellings

Department of State
Secretary Condoleezza Rice
www.state.gov

Seal of the Department of State


Photo of Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice

Department of Energy
Secretary Samuel W. Bodman
www.energy.gov

Seal of the Department of Energy


Photo of Samuel W. Bodman, Secretary of Energy
Samuel W. Bodman

Department of Transportation
Secretary Mary E. Peters
www.dot.gov

Seal of the Department of Transportation


Photo of Secretary Mary E. Peters
Mary E. Peters

Department of Health &
Human Services

Secretary Michael O. Leavitt
www.hhs.gov

Department of Health and Human Services


Photo of Michael O. Leavitt, Secretary of Health and Human Services
Michael O. Leavitt

Department of the Treasury
Secretary Henry M. Paulson, Jr.
www.ustreas.gov

Seal of the Department of the Treasury


Photo of Henry M. Paulson, Jr. , Secretary of the Treasury
Henry M. Paulson, Jr.

Department of
Homeland Security

Secretary Michael Chertoff
www.dhs.gov

Seal of the Department of Homeland Security


Photo of Michael Chertoff, Secretary of Homeland Security

Michael Chertoff

Department of
Veterans Affairs

Secretary Dr. James Peake
www.va.gov

Seal of the Department of Veterans Affairs

Photo of Dr. James Peake, Secretary of Veterans Affairs
Dr. James Peake

Department of Housing &
Urban Development

Secretary Steve Preston
www.hud.gov

Seal of the Department of Housing and Urban Development

Photo of Steve Preston, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Steve Preston




3 comments:

  1. Dear Kenny
    I do often look at your blog. It is a very educating blog. I like very much your good work. I am not from USA, but this doesn't matter. I wish more people would read what you have to say. I am going to share your link with some friends.
    Keep on the great job.
    You are right in your descriptions of our worldwide miseries. The horror of Gaza, the Obama fraud, Afghanistan, the finance crisis. Just to name a few!
    Love, Carol

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  2. Fantastic post. I have not seen all this information about the "Bush Aides" all in one spot. I sure am ready to move onto the new administration. One reflection on his presidency is the huge turnover in his cabinet and staff. It seemed like someone was resigning each month.

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