Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The Truth Will Not Stay Buried.

Just as Bush ludicrously declared "Mission Accomplished" on May 1st, 2003, Obama's declaration that "Justice Has Been Done" on May 1st, 2011 couldn't be farther from the truth.

The truth was given a burial at sea in hopes that no one will ever find it. The guy who wrote this article makes a good point: when Obama said (during the presidential debates), "We will track down Osama bin Laden and kill him," he was showing his contempt for our Constitution "which vehemently protects the accused until he is proven guilty in a court of law." Not only that, he was showing his contempt for the truth. After all, dead men can't contradict the official story of what happened on 9/11, can they?

I am thoroughly disgusted at the stories the media has been perpetuating about the obvious lie that Osama was just recently killed in Pakistan. They are seeking to justify the use of torture by saying "enhanced interrogations" were key to discovering his whereabouts. This is a lie. The only thing torture is good for is getting a guy to say what you want him to say, not for getting him to tell you the truth.

Well guess what, my friend? Truth floats. You might think you have it buried but you can never truly forget about it. Intrinsic to its nature is the quality of rising above whatever is holding it down. It's indestructible and will ultimately outlast you. Ugly as it may seem to you, that body will surface again for all to see.

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