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Friday, November 11, 2005

Screening Homeland on Nov 15-Winona Laduke on panel

On Nov 15, Denver AIM will be cohosting the documentary Homeland-four portaits of native action, beginning at 8:30 p.m, at the Tivoli. A panel, featuring Winona Laduke, will follow the screening. For more information email us at denveraim@coloradoaim.org or call 303-832-2544.

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At 5:47 PM, Anonymous gil eustus max imus said...

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They were willing to go along with Iraq because they were told it would be easy. Now they're watching the whole thing spiral out of control, at enormous cost, and with enormous risk to their other extensive interests in the Mideast. Cheney seems to be more interested in establishing a police state than in preserving capital. The United States has managed to systematically piss off pretty much everyone else in the world, and Bush's owners realize how important it is to their economic self-interest that the United States be tolerated and even liked.

The other thing they didn't count on was Bush being as utterly incompetent as he has been. He hasn't captured Osama, Afghanistan is slipping back into chaos, the war in Iraq is no longer spinnnable, and now, after Katrina, the sheer worthlessness of the Bush Administration has been exposed. It's not that these people could care less about the poor of New Orleans, but they need to preserve the fiction that Republicans can actually run the government. Katrina exposed that as a lie.

 

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