Well we have a chance to do something about it this November, on Election Day. The people of Pennsylvania showed us the way.
Last year, Pennsylvania residents learned that their legislature–Republicans and Democrats–had connived in the middle of the night to give themselves a raise in violation of the state constitution, which said raises could only be given to the next cycle of elected officials, not to those who were voting. They got around this by declaring the increases “undocumented expense reimbursements.”
The citizenry rose up and in a leaderless grassroots campaign, they swept out off office many long-time members of the legislature who had voted for the measure, as well as a judge who backed the action (the state’s judges get whatever the legislators get)!
If Pennsylvania voters can do this, so can the rest of America.
Ron Paul On Your World w/Neil Cavuto
Pakistan Investigating US Marine Activity Inside Marriott Hotel Days Before Huge Bombing
September 24, 2008
Authorities probing into truck load of steel boxes unloaded into hotel in secret by marines
Wednesday, Sept 24, 2008
Pakistani authorities investigating last Saturday’s huge bombing of the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad are looking into evidence that US marines were occupying two floors just days prior to the blast and were witnessed unloading a truckload of steel cases inside.
“The authorities want to ascertain if it was a routine exercise or part of some special mission that does not have the approval of the government of Pakistan,” Pakistan’s largest newspaper  The News reported.
The reports of the mysterious activity  first surfaced in the Pakistani media on Sunday.
Has the Election Just Been Cancelled?
September 25, 2008
 George Washington’s Blog
Thursday, Sept 25, 2008
CNN is  reporting that McCain has “suspended his campaign” and is asking Obama to do the same, due to the economic crisis:
Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain announced Wednesday that he is suspending his campaign to return to Washington and focus on the “historic” crisis facing the U.S. economy.
Is this the first step in canceling the elections due to “national emergency”?
Ron Paul: Greenspan, Bernanke Should Be Criminally Charged
September 26, 2008
Congressman says civil unrest after meltdown could lead to martial law
Paul Joseph Watson
 Prison Planet
Friday, September 26, 2008
Congressman Ron Paul says that the bailout bill is likely to pass, heralding a 10-year plus economic depression for America and the potential for martial law should civil unrest arise as the financial meltdown worsens.
Speaking on The Alex Jones Show, Paul said of the bailout, “They want dictatorship, they want to pass all the penalties and suffering on to the average person on Main Street,” adding, “We will have a depression or recession, it’s locked in place due to previous Federal Reserve actions.”
“When they say that if we don’t do exactly as they say and turn over more of our money and more of our liberties and exempt themselves from any court in the whole nation, they’re trying to intimidate us and lead us into doing the wrong thing,” said Paul.
McClatchy Washington Bureau
Posted on Fri, Sep. 26, 2008
Is the bailout needed? Many economists say ‘no’
Kevin G. Hall | McClatchy Newspapers
last updated: September 26, 2008 08:01:53 AM
WASHINGTON — A funny thing happened in the drafting of the largest-ever U.S. government intervention in the financial system. Lawmakers of all stripes mostly fell in line, but many of the nation’s brightest economic minds are warning that the Wall Street bailout’s a dangerous rush job.
President Bush and his Treasury secretary, former Goldman Sachs chief executive Henry Paulson, have warned of imminent economic collapse and another Great Depression if their rescue plan isn’t passed immediately.
Is that true?
“It’s more hype than real risk,” said James K. Galbraith, a University of Texas economist and son of the late economic historian John Kenneth Galbraith. “A nasty recession is possible, but the bailout will not cure that. So it’s mainly relevant to the financial industry.”
Cynthia McKinney: 9/11 – Now Or Never
September 26, 2008
 Prison Planet.tv
Friday, September 26, 2008
Former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney speaks at the 2008 Now Or Never event held in New York City. McKinney discusses how, on the very day of 9/11, she and other members of Congress were handed talking points to repeat the mantra that America was attacked because it was “free”. McKinney talks about how she was kicked out of Congress for asking questions about 9/11 and passionately reminds people that many individual acts of justice can tear down the walls of oppression.