- Miers Supreme Court Pick: Another Anti-American Neo-Con Yes-Woman Paul Joseph Watson | October 4 2005 In Harriet Miers, Bush has selected another Neo-ConMessage 1 of 1 , Oct 4, 2005View Source
Miers Supreme Court Pick: Another Anti-American Neo-Con Yes-Woman
In Harriet Miers, Bush has selected another Neo-Con yes-woman who will not, as naive conservatives had hoped, attempt to overturn Roe vs. Wade or any other abomination, but will obediently trash the Constitution and continue to move America towards despotism and big government.
How can we be surprised any longer that a self-proclaimed conservative who has overseen the biggest expansion of government ever witnessed has again made a decision (or been told to make one) that pushes the country further away from the ideals expressed by the founders?
Should we be concerned that it takes a liberal feminist, Tammy Bruce, to point out how Bush has alienated a conservative base that in many cases still refuses to acknowledge that Bush is simply doing the bidding of a larger agenda?
"The reality is that two of the four dissenting members (the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist and retired Justice Sandra Day OConnor) on the Kelo decision are now gone. The government is now larger than Franklin Delano Roosevelt ever imagined. President Bush is not an authentic conservative.
It takes a radical feminist to point out that Bush is not a real conservative. No, you haven't entered the twilight zone, this is America in 2005. An America where 'conservative' Bush calls the Minutemen dangerous vigilantes, echoing the sentiments of socialist Lloyd Doggett who compared them to the Klan.
Bush is about as conservative and morally sound as a Lynne Cheney lesbian sex novel.
Bush: "Damn, I forgot to make that announcement about Chairman Mao being brought in as Secretary of Education to try and move American colleges away from liberal bias."
Miers is a Bush crime family insider who has covered up for her bosses in the past. As Global News Matrix reported,
Newsweek reported on July 9, 2000 that the Bush campaign "launched a secretive research operation designed to scour all records relating to his Vietnam-era service" during preparation for Bush's 1998 re-election campaign. They paid "hard-nosed Dallas lawyer named Harriet Miers" $19,000 to review the records. According to Newsweek, one result of her work was to deflect charges that former Texas House Speaker Ben Barnes helped Bush get into the Texas Air National Guard despite low qualifications and a long waiting list. Barnes was later forced to testify under oath that he helped Bush.
Just as he picked a FEMA director with no emergency management experience, Bush has selected a Justice who has never been a judge. But what about her record? Surely this stands up to a benchmark of staunch conservatism and moral fortitude?
Miers is on record as supporting the establishment of the International Criminal Court, homosexual adoptions, a major local tax increase and women in combat.
The issue of women in combat led Elaine Donnelly, president of the Center for Military Readiness, to speculate that Miers was installed in order to direct a future court ruling making it mandatory for women to register for selective service, paving the way for a sweeping draft.
Miers' support of the International Criminal Court, a stepping stone to world government designed to strip legal sovereignty and suffocate American citizens under federal globalism, can hardly be called Reaganesque.
Miers' 1999 report to the American Bar Association encouraged, "the enactment of laws and public policy which provide that sexual orientation shall not be a bar to adoption when the adoption is determined to be in the best interest of the child."
Children adopted by homosexual parents have been found to be under threat of disproportionate abuse.
The icing on the cake is the admission that Democratic Senate Leader Harry Reid urged Dick Cheney and Andy Card to pick Miers. So the Neo-Cons are in meetings with leading Democrats about who to choose beforehand and yet the media churns out the incessant spin that Bush wants to move the Court to the right.
This is a rigged game.
The Democrats and Republicans have joined forces to select the right candidate to serve their combined interests, creating a federalized jack-booted police state while sinking America into a deeper abyss of cultural and ethical decadence.---------------------------------------Get Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson's books, ALL Alex's documentary films, films by other authors, audio interviews and special reports. Sign up at Prison Planet.tv - CLICK HERE.