The Congressman is denied entry because the head thug-in-charge doesn’t want anyone to know that there’s no plan in there.
Maybe you should read the bloody article already.
Constituents called Rep. Peter DeFazio’s office, worried there was a conspiracy buried in the classified portion of a White House plan for operating the government after a terrorist attack.
"Maybe the people who think there’s a conspiracy out there are right,’’ DeFazio said.
Ergo, it’s not about whether there’s a plan or not. What’s Bush gotta lose if it was discovered that there’s “no plan in there”? His popularity is already down the drain. On the other hand, revealing unconstitutional abuses might get him to court. Get it?
And what’s with calling him the “head thug-in-charge”? Who did you vote for last time? Nader? :-)[/quote]
A very important fact you need to understand, with regard to why we elected Bush: for YEARS, we Republicans dreamed of the day when we would have the Presidency and the Congress, so we could pass term limits, a balanced budget amendment, and all sorts of GOOD things. Bush betrayed us, as did the Republican Congress. They perpetrated an historical fraud of monumental proportions.
It demontrates clearly that ‘We the People’ is now a warm and fuzzy memory.
We are, therefore and IMHO, turning into Plato’s Republic. Further, this crime is being done by huge tax-free Foundations, like the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller, Guggenheim, Carnegie, and so on. Between the foundations and the CFR, we have no more control over our destiny than you have over our destiny.
So, when you rip on America and Bush’s War and all the evil crap associated with Washington, realize that we basically are powerless and HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH IT.
Plans for a post-terrorist attack? LMAO!!!