I only stumbled on your site a couple of months ago, and it's one that I check in almost daily, just like WRH.
Isreal is the one part I kept saying to myself, "Yeah, OK, I know, it's on my list of things to research, I'll get to it". Seemed like such a big topic, and I already had other things I was picking away at.
Actually I was stuck on the 9/11 trivialities for way too long, and this actually helped give me the boot in the arse I needed, gave me a new direction for researching.
I just watched the Valerie Plame testimony from the video part of this site, and there was a link to your vid, and I watched it again (congrats on Google playing it again).
And something struck me... with info this important, and there's a lot of it - it has to be chewed on again and again and again to be properly digested.
There's NO WAY someone can come into this stuff completely green and cold and retain all of it after seeing/watching it once. It's almost equivalent to a university course!! Hey, Ry, when's the exam!
When I talk to people about this stuff it's important that I know what the hell I'm going on about, and it does really help that you have a vid.
Great for the MTV generation.
One thing that keeps entering my mind...
Since these Neocons seem to be dropping the ball, and if and when they have their day, and they fall one by one, I hope people aren't going to go, "Great, they're done, and an election is coming. Obama is our man, he's not one of them, he's anti-war". ---BUT HE'S AN AIPAC ASSLICKER.
"He's the guy to set us back on course." So everyone votes him in, and roll over and go back to sleep.
But can you imagine if Rudy Guliani gets the GOP, and becomes the president? Imagine, the menu is wide open for him to take things to a police state for real.
Sooooo.... I wonder if the popluation can actually get it together and pick up the ball when it gets dropped, and never let go of it again. There HAS to be SOMETHING to fill in the void for when these assholes go down, otherwise it'll be more of the same. At least now there's a dialogue snowballing. Maybe now that AIPAC has light on it, people will keep on it until they get their country back, and stay on it. Well, then again, there is the media, but whatever.
Does it feel at all like a crossroads?
Seems that way to me. The fork in the road. Which direction is everyone going?