Sometimes, when I have a few minutes, I check out the liberal websites and blogs to see what kind of trash they are putting out to the masses.
One site I frequent is the IndyMedia site in Houston. I can usually get a laugh and sometimes an idea for a post. This morning was no exception. They had a listing from the Houston Peace and Justice Center. I went to their site and found a another listing about a meeting in New York City.
In New York City, on February 17-18, there was an "Emergency Conference to Impeach Bush for War Crimes." What I can't figure out is why this posting would be on a Houston site? Did they really think someone would travel all the way from Houston to New York City to attend?
Here is the post. See if you can pick up some interesting things in it.
Sponsors of this event in New York City believe that it is time to put impeachment back on the table. Iraq spins out of control. Bush escalates plus threatens a still wider war with Iran. The Bush program of torture and illegal detentions continues. Bush's full domestic intelligence program remains in effect: NSA spying, the Patriot Act, the Military Commission Act. Workshops on state-by-state activities for impeachment; organizing labor unions; youth and student organizing; walk-outs, strikes, teach-ins. There'll be an all-afternoon intensive tutorial by experts on the crimes of the Bush administration. Co-sponsors are AfterDowningStreet.org, Progressive Democrats of America, and Green Party of the United States. Registration fee: $25-$50 per person, students/low income: $10-$20. For more information and to register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-973-4463.
My questions are as follows:
1. How does one become an expert on the crimes of the Bush Administration?
2. How is it determined if someone is low income?
3. Why is there a sliding scale for payment: $25-$50 per person, $10-$20 for students/low income?
4. Why are they charging at all? If this is that important to them, they might get more supporters is they hosted the conference and let everyone in free.
5. Where was the money going/ If the conference was a sponsored event, it seems to be that the sponsors should take care of the cost.
6. Why was this meeting considered an "Emergency"?
I will never understand liberals. They live in their own little world.