Friday, July 13, 2007

Fred Fielding...Puppeteering King George

With all these claims of executive privilege fluttering out of the Carlyle/Halliburton Administration, perhaps we should take a look at who is counseling the King. The mouth of Bush, Tony Snow, keeps repeating over and over again that the president must receive his advice in secret or his judgements could be jeopardized:

"...for the President to perform his constitutional duties, it is imperative that he receive candid and unfettered advice and that free and open discussions and deliberations occur among his advisers and between those advisers and others within and outside the Executive Branch."

Shouldn't the American public know who is giving 'advise' to our President? Especially since, we as a people, seem to not agree with this 'advise'. Ok lets see. The King has claimed executive privilege on absolutely everything from the 9/11 commission reports, judicial document requests, energy policy meetings, VP office archiving, subpoenas galore...ranging from Tom Ridge, Meirs, Taylor, Rummey, Cheney, Secret Service visitor logs and most recently on the horrid truths of the Pat Tillman friendly fire farce. That's right we can't see those documents either. The King has 'decided' it's of no importance to US....its Executive Privilege. The list continues.

Who is counseling the King to these claims of 'Executive Privileges'? It appears its our good friend and Washington insider, Fred F. Fielding. At least that's what they are telling US. Perhaps we should have listened to John Dean, Nixon's WH Counsel, warning US of him in Jan '07.

"I wish him well. I was curious as to who would take that post. He's a very able lawyer. He's very savvy. But he's also been sipping some of the kool-aid lately so I'm not sure how exactly he's going to come out on this." John Dean on Fred Fielding

Fred Fisher Fielding at the present time is King Georges' White House Counsel. It's his responsibility to the advise the King on ALL legal issues concerning his Throne. Should Fielding and his dubious past be WH counsel? First off our pal Fred is also the chairman of the National Legal Center for the Public Interest. They've given us great partisan people, such as Ted Olson, Ken Starr, and Justice Roberts. They've done wonders screwing our country! Doesn't that seem like an oxymoron. How is Fred chairman and WH Counsel at the same time? Fred's made his career on protecting criminal presidents not US.

To think Fred had just came to D.C. would be completely false. This fella' has been there all along. Just like his buds' Fred Thompson and Karl Rove, he was hands deep in the Watergate scandal. Acting as Associate Counsel for Nixon, John Deans deputy, as well as, Counsel to President Reagan. Fred was also thought to be Woodward and Bernstein's Deep Throat, but that has now proved false.

So Fred...are you Machiavelli? Are you the person thwarting American progress? Speak up Fred, you have silenced the rest of the administration from speaking. Free your puppets. Impeach, Impeach, Impeach.

Same Players. Different Scandal.

Commonly overlooked videos. Blast from the Past.

John Dean on the neo cons of the Bush Administration

John Dean "Bush Administration worse than Watergate"

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