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Buttercup McToots Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-26-07 02:59 PM
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anon Says: EZ @ 8:

How come Bush is not attacking the Saudis? Bush made a deal with his boss that they cannot go after the Saudis and the country of Jordan since they are supporting the war game.

Traitors in the islamic world is similar to the traitors in the christendom.

Bushs dad is, I believe, the only president to continue receiving intelligence briefings. As a note, Bushs dad provides consulting services for the Saudi royal family. (The US government provides secret service protection for the saudis)

See a pattern here? You would be very hard pressed to identify benefit for the citizens of the US in any of this - therefore either Bush is incompetent or he doesnt work for US citizens. You would find it very easy to see example after example of benefit to Saudi Arabia and the House of Saud.

Who does Bush work for? We know who his dad works for.

Quote This Comment August 26th, 2007 at 10:47 AM - PDT

anon Says: Annoyed Canuck @ 20:

EZ @ 8:

How come Bush is not attacking the Saudis? Bush made a deal with his boss that they cannot go after the Saudis and the country of Jordan since they are supporting the war game.

Pakistan, too. For some reason, the tribal areas along the Pakistani-Afghan border, where Al Queda moved after 9/11, and where Bin Laden is probably still holed up, is off limits to US military action.

Wahabi Islam, developed in Saudi Arabia, finds some of its most fertile soil in Waziristan.

Did you read recently that the House of Saud just recently announced acceptance of the notion of Islamic State. In a way, this all ties together.

Quote This Comment August 26th, 2007 at 11:07 AM - PDT

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