Wednesday, July 23, 2008

A Perfect World - Day One

I have been very disheartened lately over the state of the world. I fear it's effecting my ability to believe in goodness, magic and abundance of spirit and prosperity for humankind. Upon hearing this, a friend gave me an assignment: Write what a week looks like in the kind of world I want to live in. I don't feel terribly inspired (surprise!) so I'll be drawing from outside sources.

Justice for the American People:

Slate's interactive guide: Who in the Bush administration broke the law, and who could be prosecuted?

"Despite the lack of oral sex with an intern, the past seven years have yielded an embarrassment of riches when it comes to potentially prosecutable crimes."

The first entry of the week is a really cool interactive diagram (you can see the launch button but in case it doesn't work go to the Slate website) that list the crimes of BushCo, such as warrantless wiretapping and DOJ hiring (based on political affiliation), shows where they overlap and gives details on the crime and the cases for and against the prosecution. Looks like Grinnin' Abu Gonzales is smack dab in the middle! I'll be grinnin' too when and the Bush posse gets sent to the pokee.

1 comment:

Amaha said...

A perfect day - I would not have a problem remembering my password --

79 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. The lilies are in full bloom and there is not a single weed to be found.