Monday, December 12, 2005


UP FRONT News September 17, 2005
Published by Tom Weiss
Editorial Advisor: Willard Whittingham
“The paper that can’t be bought and can’t be sold.”


Hillary Clinton, the Jilted Jezebel of American politics, is self-servingly (albeit correctly) criticizing the Bush administration, whose hand-maiden she has been from the moment she purchased the United States Senate seat from the State of New York, for its handling of the Katrina Hurricane mega-catastrophe. That’s like complaining that a clothier named Hitler didn’t fit her husband correctly for a yarmulke.

The fact is that for decades a series of U.S. presidents were fully aware that New Orleans, one of a number of cities with a majority black population, was also the only major U.S. city surviving below sea level. They knew that the less-than-reliable levees protecting the city from an inevitable hurricane or earthquake-generated tsunami, needed to be, at the very least, reinforced a matter that would involve some millions of dollars in appropriations. Bill Clinton, aided and abetted by his warlike, militaristic, anti-poor wife and the Serial Bushes, decided to take their chances with the lives of the people in and around New Orleans, and instead spend the money on things like Iraq, and, of course, on themselves and their for the most part very rich and connected friends.

I call that both Genocide, because of its inherent racism, and Econocide, because it involves mass murder based on economic class.

No amount of spin control, from a media that now includes a Hillary Clinton/Rupert Murdoch Non-Aggression Pact (start reading the New York Observer, along with your New York Newsday, for some often illuminating mainstream news coverage), can negate the reality that the Clintons and the Bushes fiddled while New Orleans tried to keep from drowning – and, as it turns out, burning.

Many folks on the fratricidal network known as “the left” have been calling for the impeachment of the man I refer to as the Acting President George W. Bush (the only man in history to evidently lose twice and serve two terms as President) on the basis of his war on Iraq. My view is that such a strategy was a waste of time, being doomed to defeat by virtue of the reality that, when it comes to Iraq, the Republicans in Congress, without at least some of whom an impeachment is nothing more than an abstraction, are in lock-step (or, in consideration of, once again, of now “left” mega-fascist Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr., goosestep, his anti-war rhetoric notwithstanding) with BushCheneyRoveHalliburton.

It’s perceived differently, however, even for some Republicans when our presidents are involved in killing our own people, in their homes. Except perhaps in places like Halliburton and Enron, in the private sector, top officials guilty of such a level of cronyism, mismanagement, and pound-foolishness combined with Nero-like extravagance directly leading to mass death would be canned in a hurry.

But perhaps, we can at least start with George Bush and, yes, Hillary Clinton – who, as will be shown in this newspaper, has violated her Constitutional oath as Senator quite a number of times. George W. Bush and Hillary Rodham Clinton deserve to be fired – just like FEMA imposter Michael Brown.

Bill Clinton, during his 1992 presidential campaign, said about the President George Bush I and Vice President Dan Quayle, “It’s time for them to go!”

The same can be said for George W. Bush and Hillary Clinton – the Blinton Administration