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Commentary :: Politics
Obama's first 100 days
23 Oct 2008
To do list
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Arrest Bush, Cheney and all the Neo-Cons on charges of un-American activities and render them through Abu Ghraib to Guantanimo for some serious water boarding. We know water boarding is not a torture because Bush told us.

As for their Constitutional Rights…Bush has informed us that the Constitution is just another scrap of paper. So we’re all right there then.

Next he will need to set up a new Bretton Woods type conference and invent a new form of world economics that everyone agrees to.

He will need to reform the US Constitution which was set up for some small farmers in 13 states. The new Constitution will need to take into consideration the power of today’s corrupt corporations and AIPAC type organizations.

Reagan’s abolition of the “Fairness Doctrine” in the media needs to be reversed.

Goebbels Murdoch should be charged (after waterboarding) with corrupting the moral well being of the American nation.

McCain should be exiled to Vietnam, with his 7 houses, to help the children he murdered there.

McCain supporters should be sent to re-education camps for significant periods.

The heads of all corporations to be put in chain gangs to clean the roads.

This will be a good start for the first 100 days.

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