'Softies' need to re-examine 9/11 and 2004 election
A few thoughts on high priority issues for the new Democratic congress:
* The Democrats were repeatedly castigated as "soft on terror" by the White House and high-level Republicans. Hence, it is imperative that Congress re-examine the issue of 9/11 to see whether a "war on terror" was justified. That is, was 9/11 an inside job? Congress can easily say that sufficient new evidence has come to light to warrant a deeper look than the GOP-run 9/11 commission undertook. (The commission was technically bipartisan, but the executive director is very close to Condoleeza Rice, who was national security adviser on 9/11.)
* A reputable poll -- squelched by U.S. media -- found that 57 percent of Americans were very concerned by the post-9/11 surveillance laws and edicts. Surely Congress must take a new look at these measures in light of the fact that Americans plainly distrust them. In fact, such a look would dovetail with a new look into the circumstances of 9/11.
* The 2004 presidential election result was very, very improbable, despite the fact that Democrats at the time did not feel strong enough to do anything much. However, their recent gains has a lot to do with the repeated exposes and warnings by a group of expert mathematicians and computer scientists. Such a travesty should never happen again. It is imperative that Congress deeply examine that particular election and recommend such prosecutions as warranted as well, as implementing ballot security safeguards.
See Professor Dennis Loo's page at http://www.projectcensored.org/newsflash/voter_fraud.html
A probe of this matter will take a degree of fortitude. Exactly who influenced the media to play possum prior to inauguration? Ask Jimmy Carter, he'll tell you a likely source of meddling.