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October 04-12, 2003
David Sadler For Congress (2002 archive)
12th CD/Illinois

• 2003.10.12 •

Marvin Bush Employee's Mysterious Death
Connections to 9/11?
The connections of the Bush family to the security for Dulles airport and the WTC are incredible. Seems like every Bush has a finger in the 9-11 pie. This story also points out the close relationship between the Bush family and Kuwait. You must be a subscriber of From The Wilderness to read the story below.
Marvin Bush has a number of connections to 9/11 including sitting on the boards of security companies with contracts at Dulles airport and the WTC as well as a reinsurer for the WTC and a flight training company connected to Mohammed Atta. Why did a driverless car crush Marvin Bush's live-in babysitter on September 29th and why did The Washington Post sit on the story for a week?
• Marvin Bush Employee's Mysterious Death / by Wayne Madsen

• 2003.10.10 •

Thanks to Alex Merklinger
My heart felt thanks to Alex Merklinger for allowing David Sadler the opportunity to introduce the concept of American Representative to his listening audience on Thursday night, October 9, 2003.

American Representative is a radical new solution for retaking Congress and restoring America to its constitutional rule of law.
" This is the best idea in years to actually affect change in this nation. It's peaceful. It works within the system. It avoids bloodshed, but it is a revolution, in that the mechanism, if supported by those who wish to turn America around, will affect real change. And real change will be viewed by the status quo as a threat to their uncontested hold on power in this nation. They will view this as a revolution. Make no mistake about that, " says Sadler.
Sadler credits Chuck Geshlider with the main component of this radical idea.

Listen to Alex nightly on his show, Mysteries of the Mind

Schwartzenegger for President (not really)
Many at the Tuesday and Wednesday celebrations say they are even convinced that Schwarzenegger also has chances of becoming U.S. president one day if he sets his mind to it and the constitution is changed to allow foreign-born Americans to run. " If they ever change the constitution, it would be for him, " Bogen said. -- ... he will one day be President ... --
Sen. Orrin Hatch wants to terminate the constitutional prohibition against foreign-born citizens such as Arnold Schwarzenegger and others from becoming president. -- Hatch for foreign-born hopefuls... --

    • Schwartzenegger's supporters convinced that he will one day be President
    • Sen. Hatch wants to allow foreign-born citizens to become president

Jerusalem Post Man Of The Year - Paul Wolfowitz
There are three main reasons we went to war with Iraq.
None of which have anything to do with the 'official' reasons.
• Oil
• Security for Israel
• Global Primacy (Imperial Geostratgy), Zbigniew Brzezinski terms
Earlier in the year, the notion took hold that the president was taking the country to war at the urgings of his Jewish advisers, themselves shills for Israel.

" Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz and Bill Kristol [are]... the clique of conservatives who are driving this war, " wrote New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd. She may as well have written " the clique of Jews, " some felt.

Other critics of the war were more explicit. " If it were not for the strong support of the Jewish community for this war in Iraq, " said Democratic Congressman Jim Moran, " we would not be doing this. "
• Man of the [Jewish] Year

'Biological warfare ... a politically useful tool'
It's only a terrorist weapon when it's used against the NWO/OWG agenda.
New methods of attack -- electronic, 'non-lethal', biological -- will be more widely available ... combat likely will take place in new dimensions, in space, cyberspace, and perhaps the world of microbes ... advanced forms of biological warfare that can 'target' specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool. -- REBUILDING AMERICA’S DEFENSES: Strategy, Forces and Resources For a New Century, Project for the New American Century (PNAC) --
• 2003.10.08 • Arafat's Last Days? - 'Something Bad Happening To Him'

Feed our wounded troops before rebuilding Iraq
We think Congress should first feed America's wounded troops.
Urge your U.S. representative to vote "Yes" on H.R. 2988 tomorrow
Food for wounded troops

• 2003.10.07 •

Growing Impatient
Our soldiers are being lied to.
Our nation is being lied to.
These lies are taking us to war against the very same people we allow into our nation to attend school, do business and become citizens.

The cost of these lies are mounting.
Our soldiers are seeing through them.
These soldiers will be ambassadors for a new foreign policy when they return home.
For a country who claims the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness as inalienable bastions separating us from the world, America incites anger globally by her two-faced domestic and foreign policy. Our neighbors around the globe aren't blinded by our nation's propaganda and clearly see the hypocrisy between our action and our alleged values.

    • Growing Impatient / anonymous soldier - Kuwait
We ask our service men and women to leave their jobs and families to fight for reasons that can't be proven. But who cares? It's as easy to destroy a US soldier's life as it is an innocent Iraqi citizen's life.

Wave that flag.
Sing that anthem!
Feel the pride for having marched in a parade and standing by the President.

Actually, it's probably better our service men and women don't come home for leave. Because if they did, they would discover, as did our Vietnam vets, that life in America is totally ignorant and unaware of the war and sacrifice of our troops.

There's a football game on TV and one at the high school field. There's a new movie out. A new car to buy. A hot date. A cool beer and sizzling steak on the grill at the sports bar.
... It was good to see my folks and family. But everything else was surreal. People didn't know or care where I had been, what I had seen or that I would shortly return to my reality. People have no grasp of the sacrifice, threats or responsibility assumed by those who serve.
    • If it were me / anonymous Vietnam vet
Now compare the letter above to the following letter of propaganda. If the Iraqi people love us as the following letter implies, why are we sending more troops to Iraq? Why aren't we allowing the Iraqis to govern themselves? Why are we selling off their resources and assets to the highest bidder? Why is the DoD canceling our soldiers leave and hinting the calling up of more reserves?

The letter above is true and from the heart of an American soldier deployed to the Gulf. The letter below is pure lies and propaganda. Only the blind would not see this.
The children here are extremely pleasant and happy. They run towards the streets with big smiles on their faces just to wave hello to the Marines as they drive by in hopes that their waves will be returned and their presence acknowledged. They often crowd around the patrolling Marines seeking autographs or just a chance to say "hello" close and personal. Personal touch is far more significant in their culture than it is ours. A simple handshake is all it takes to make their day complete. They will usually return for many more. The little girls offer the Marines flowers as a sign of affection and gratitude. Although the Marines are pleased with the fact that they have brought so much happiness to the people of Iraq, for them, it is a very humbling experience.
    • On behalf of the Marine's of 1/7
But we have plenty of blind in this nation who will believe such distortion of reality.
Public education (government dumbing down and indoctrination) has done its job. Have you seen the new recruitment TV commercials that look like cartoons of action heroes? We are now a nation that does not know where Iraq is. We do not know why we are there. But we are more than willing to go there, where ever it is, steal their resources, kill their patriot defenders and call the whole thing a liberation of the people of Iraq.
Two years after 9-11, 69% of Americans surveyed said they believed that it was at least likely that Saddam Hussein was involved in the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

National Geographic reports that 85% of young Americans (18-24) cannot identify Iraq, Afghanistan or Israel on an unmarked map. 56% cannot find the Indian subcontinent, dangling there so conspicuously into none other than the Indian Ocean.

These numbers are not just embarrassing but dangerous, because in such a sea of ignorance swim Bush's neocons, buoyed by it, empowered by it to send U.S. troops to their deaths in a war to conquer and occupy a nation that had nothing to do with 9-11.
Repeat: nothing to do with 9-11.
Repeat: nothing to do with 9-11.
Repeat: nothing to do with 9-11.
Repeat: nothing to do with 9-11.
    • The Matrix of Ignorance

Will the President & DoD support our troops?
... the call came in from Sergeant Anzivino. His unit, the 368th Engineer Combat Battalion, was no longer being allowed to go on leave. He and hundreds of other reservists in his unit were told that their commander had canceled their R & R.
• 2003.10.07 • A Canceled Leave for Reservists in Kuwait Distresses Families

Deserting Our Troops
Army and Air Force failed to obey Congress' orders to create baseline medical records
In 1997, Congress passed a Public Law 105-85 requiring the military to conduct detailed pre- and post-deployment medical records for every soldier sent into a war zone. The GAO says the military 'did not comply' with that requirement in the Iraq War. It also found the Department of Defense (DOD) did not maintain a complete, centralized database of service members' medical assessments and immunizations.

The percentage of Army and Air Force service members missing one or both of their pre- and post-deployment health assessments ranged from 38 to 98 percent of our samples, the GAO, Congress' investigative arm, found. Moreover, when health assessments were conducted, as many as 45 percent of them were not done within the required time frames.

These statistics confirm what veterans of the 1990-91 Persian Gulf War and members of Congress have been saying for months: the Pentagon has been ignoring a law whose primary intention was avoiding a repeat of the military's mistakes surrounding its handling of veteran illnesses that have become known as Gulf War Syndrome.
• 2003.10.04 • Deserting Our Troops