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Basil Fishbone:
Hmmm.  Basil
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http://www.legitgov.org/#breaking_news

Bush Quips He Might Stay in Power (Threat Level Plays Along) By Kevin Poulsen

17 Oct 2007 At a press briefing this morning that touched on issues like the
White House's extrajudicial wiretapping program and torture policies, the
president [sic] was asked a question about Vladimir Putin's plan to hold on
to power when his term as Russian president runs out. Reporter: Mr.
President, following up on Vladimir Putin for a moment, he said recently that
next year, when he has to step down according to the constitution, as the
president, he may become prime minister; in effect keeping power and dashing
any hopes for a genuine democratic transition there ... Bush: I've been
planning that myself. ...THREAT LEVEL doesn't believe that he's going to
declare a state of emergency and cancel the 2008 election. But in July, we
filed some FOIA requests anyway. We asked five Justice Department offices for
documents produced or revised after August 2001 "addressing the feasibility,
advisability or lawfulness of deferring, rescheduling or canceling a U.S.
national election." ...
http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2007/10/bush-quip-might.html

slidemansailor:
There are many of us smelling another false flag event in the wind.  Gee Wiz is just dumb enough to be telling the truth based on the script he has to work from ... much as adolescent boys do when playing cute with a secret they can't let out, but are just bursting with while holding it in.

Brings up the image in my mind:

Jeffersoniantoo:
I happened to be watching that particular press conference, and there were just a few giggles of nervous laughter when he made that statement.

Many looked genuinely shocked...

I considered it quite freudian...

8)

Elias Alias:
Keep in mind also that TPTB have not only the option of launching another false-flag "terrorist event", but may justify Continuity of Government, martial-law, and disposal of or suspension of the Constitution - in a time of financial crisis, which any sitting President can declare. And, while there are other now-named conditions under which a President can declare the suspension of the Constitution, the black-ops specialists have set the stage with props of total fear to the point that the public will obediently believe whatever story the government proffers in pointing the blame for the next false-flag on "terrorists". (The next false-flag might now be cast on behalf of Iran, which the war-hawk neo-cons of the Bush Administration are demanding we must control.)

We truly are living in "interesting times", and one of Bush's most famous utterances regarding 9/11/2001 came when he stated that 9/11 was "an interesting day".

Salute!
Elias

Junker:
And the beat goes on.

In the last few years here, we have been watching the development of
the framework and as well (more or less) noting its historic build-up.

As with an economic crash, the timing of a liberty crash is not predictable.
One can only note it's approach. The characteristics in some form can be
expected; just note the forms in revolutionary France or in the dictatorships
in pre-WWII Europe. The continued growth of it all can be expected
hereā€”the lies, thievery, camps, murder, torture. Forewarned is forearmed
and may all be as prepared as circumstance allows.

The beat goes on...

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