Thursday, October 06, 2005

IOCM- ! 06/10/2005

Dirceu Quer Crise Institucional !
José Dirceu não nasceu ontem. O que quer provocar com o recurso ao STF é uma crise institucional. Suponhamos que o STF lhe conceda o pedido de parar o processo na Camara de Deputados e esta não pare, o julgue e casse seu mandato. Quem entraria na Câmara de Deputados para dar posse a Dirceu ? O Exército ????A intenção é claramente esta: produzir uma crise institucional. Bem no perfil de que não dá a minima bola para as instituições.

Festa na Oposição !
As acareações de ontem nas CPIs produziram euforia na oposição. A gravação dos -bate-boca- de diretor da GTech, Buratti amigo de Palocci, Cachoeira e Waldomiro, amigo de Dirceu, já está guardada e arquivada. Um publicitário telefonou a um deputado e disse assim: -Pense bem a imagem de Dirceu e Waldomiro.Depois de Palocci e Buratti. E a voz gutural do Paulo Cezar Pereio dizendo: sempre foram muito amigos; sempre foram muito amigos,...E em seguida entra o bate-boca de ladrão para lá e para cá. E então viria a imagem de uma criança numa favela e Pereio voltaria a narrar: Você entregaria seu filho a esta gente ????

Giuliani de Volta à Política !
Associated Press.WASHINGTON Oct 5, 2005 —
Rudolph Giuliani said Wednesday that he plans to return to politics but that it is too early to say if that will be for the 2008 presidential campaign. "I think I'll return to politics," Giuliani said in a speech to business leaders. Called "America's Mayor," after his performance in leading New York City after the Sept. 11 attacks, Giuliani has spent the years since working as a corporate executive and public speaker. Asked if he had any "political visions," Giuliani laughed and rubbed his forehead. "I have some political visions. I don't know what they are yet, they're a little foggy," he said. Though he was not asked specifically about the next presidential campaign, Giuliani mentioned the 2008 race and said "it's too far away" to make a decision. National polls regularly place Giuliani among the most popular Republican vote-getters, and he is asked about his plans at almost every public appearance. He usually deflects the question by suggesting he would not decide on 2008 until after the 2006 congressional elections. During a visit to Denmark on Sunday, Giuliani said he would consider the presidential race "next year." IGiuliani remains at the top of Republicans' preference for president in 2008, along with Arizona Sen. John McCain, according to a Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll released Wednesday. Giuliani was backed by 26 percent, while McCain was supported by 23 percent. The poll had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 5 percentage points. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., remains ahead among Democrats in the 2008 White House race, backed by 42 percent of Democrats. That is about 30 percentage points ahead of Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina and former Vice President Al Gore.
Copyright 2005 The Associated Press. All rights
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