Sunday, January 29, 2006

El Presidente Liberates NASA

Viva El Presidente!
Viva El Presidente!
Viva El Presidente!

El Presidente has worked tirelessly to liberate government agencies of subversive elements!. El Presidente has liberated subversive bastions such as PBS, EPA, NSA, CIA, FBI, and the Pentagon of their burden, and now El Presidente has liberated NASA!

Viva El Presidente!
Viva El Presidente!
Viva El Presidente!

Do not forget what El Presidente has generously taught,

"Whenever someone has the courage to speak - control them. If that doesn't work, destroy them." Instruction #148.

Nor should you overlook this further reading from El Presidente's Book of Truth,

"Scientific truth doesn't matter, and freedom of speech doesn't matter, not when oil money is involved." Instruction #243.

Scum was retrieved from the toilet of the Infamous New York Times - an article titled, Climate Expert Says NASA Tried to Silence Him. For examples on what can happen to you if you fail to stay current on El Presidente's views on the fiction of global warming you may read the following excerpts:

Article Snippet:
The scientist, James E. Hansen, longtime director of the agency's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, said in an interview that officials at NASA headquarters had ordered the public affairs staff to review his coming lectures, papers, postings on the Goddard Web site and requests for interviews from journalists.

Dr. Hansen said he would ignore the restrictions. "They feel their job is to be this censor of information going out to the public," he said.

El Presidente's political officers must now approve interviews, and be present when any such questions might arise about global warming. Only El Presidente's most enlightend views on the fiction of global warming must be heard!

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El Presidente must put to a stop these subversive scientist speaking without the approval of El Presidente.

More from the Traitorous NYT article:

"The fight between Dr. Hansen and administration officials echoes other recent disputes. At climate laboratories of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, for example, many scientists who routinely took calls from reporters five years ago can now do so only if the interview is approved by administration officials in Washington, and then only if a public affairs officer is present or on the phone."

"All Must Speak With One Voice - And That Voice Must Be El Presidente!"

Instruction #5

Viva El Presidente!
Viva El Presidente!
Viva El Presidente!

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