Talk:Downing Street Memo forum to be held June 16th in response to petition of 500,000

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This is a story that won't go away. Kevin Baas and others had a story here over a month ago and the damn thing just won't die, no matter how hard the war mongers try to ignore it. A petition of 500,000 impresses the hell out of me. Maybe its getting close to the time for some good old fashioned hell raisin' demonstrations? Martin Luther King still has the biggest personal FBI file and had over 50 criminal convictions, so let's not let these silly unconstitutional laws against assembling,marching and demonstrating stand in our's about time for We the People to rise up again. imo. Paulrevere2005 20:35, 16 Jun 2005 (UTC)

But if you make a 'secret decision' ... and then some other folks write about what they think is happening ... can you be impeached for it? I guess we'll see, but it seems unlikely to me. --Wikiczar 02:41, 17 Jun 2005 (UTC)

screenshots arn't allowed on commons[edit]

screenshots of copyrighted programs arn't allowed on commons. Bawolff 00:22, 17 Jun 2005 (UTC)


I think the appropriate title for document should be Downing Street MInutes since that is what it is. I just wanted to gage if the "memo" parts of the story could be changed to minutes. Jedimastermactreebeard 06:30, 17 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Too late. It's known as the "memo" everywhere. -- Phyzome is Tim McCormack 13:08, 2005 Jun 17 (UTC)

Past Tense[edit]

The conference was held. I caught part of it on CSPAN last night. Conyers, Barney Frank and several others were present, questioning several left-wing media and advocacy group people. It's not breaking news anymore. This is a preview article about who was expected to be there and what the expected topics of discussion were. This article should move to the archives and a new one written about who was actually there and what was actually discussed (I don't think there were any no shows etc., but now that the event has actually transpired, it deserves its own article). -- 20:01, 17 Jun 2005 (UTC)