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Role Model - Bush Bird gets School Bus Driver Fired - U.S. Life -

A school bus driver was fired after she reportedly made an obscene gesture at President Bush. The 43-year-old driver was driving middle school children back to school after a zoo visit on June 16 when the president and Republican Rep. Dave Reichert drove slowly by in a motorcade. From the bus, the children waved; with the windows down in their car, Bush and Reichert waved back.

That’s when the driver gave the president the finger, according to Reichert and Issaquah superintendent Janet Barry. “The congressman hadn’t seen it, but the president turned to him and said, ‘That one’s not a fan,”’ said Reichert spokeswoman Kimberly Cadena. The bus driver was terminated for making an obscene gesture in view of the students,” Niegowski said. “That’s not the role modeling we need for our students.”

13 cited for protesting outside NSA - U.S. Security -

13 cited for protesting outside NSA - U.S. Security - "13 cited for protesting outside NSA offices

Anti-war activists who refuses to put away signs face arraignment

BALTIMORE - Thirteen anti-war activists were given citations Saturday for protesting outside the National Security Agency headquarters at Fort Meade. An NSA security officer cited the activists for entering into military facility for purposes prohibited by law and ordered them to leave the area, protest organizers and an NSA spokesman said. They were ordered to appear in U.S. District Court in Baltimore to be arraigned at a date to be announced."

Domestic Wiretapping Impeachable Offense

"Former Vice President Al Gore asserted Monday that President Bush 'repeatedly and persistently' broke the law by eavesdropping on Americans without a court warrant and called for a federal investigation of the practice. Speaking on Martin Luther King Jr.'s national holiday, the man who lost the 2000 presidential election to Bush only after a ruling by the Supreme Court on a recount in Florida, called Bush's warrantless surveillance program 'a threat to the very structure of our government.' Gore charged that the program has ignored the checks and balances of the courts and Congress."