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klyon Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-15-03 05:11 PM
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Who will clean up after George this time?
Telling it like it is .

The facts as I remember them.

George Bush and company started pushing for war with Iraq right after 9-11, he detoured over and bombed a bunch of mountains and got the indigenous people to kill each other, but at the same time he was pushing for Iraq like a school yard bully egging on a fight. The U. N. didnt buy his justification and in the end he invaded at sovereign country without provocation or reason. The inspectors where finally back in and doing theyre job. The program was working, Iraq was basically a defenseless country when we blew in there and knocked them back in time, no electricity, no food and suffering everywhere.

He slipped it in into his speeches he preached it day and night. Had everyone even Powell towing the line on The Iraq Issue. When asked for verification he said it was top secret, trust him he had the goods. He even forced a war resolution thru congress screaming we were in imminent danger of massive attacks and he needed authorization to do what needed to be done. All this right before an election because it was so important. We were in imminent danger.
All of Georges mouthpieces went forth into the world with the same lines and the same pat answers that always ended with he gassed his own people you know. They said Iraq was harboring terrorists training camps but those turned out to be in our no fly zone but this didnt stop Bushes talking heads from repeating it . The aluminum casings were sited time and time again even after experts said they were for conventional weapons which he was allowed to build (short range). They said Iraq was plotting with bin Laden to spread terrorism and attack our country with a dirty bomb. None of which appear to be true. He has not provided us with any proof in fact experts have contradicted the administration on all points.

The Bush gangs has never once taken any type of responsibility for anything gone wrong, always quick to deflect it on to someone else. Be it the CIA, Tony Blair, or Clinton if possible, people that hate us, even disloyal democrats. Nothing has been little Georges fault his whole life. There has always been someone there to bail him out or clean-up his problems. This time he may have gotten him and us in some deep sh_t. Our military is vulnerable all around the world, we are fighting terrorism on many fronts, and waging two ground wars. How are we ever gong to get this mess straightened out? Someone will have to step forward and take responsibility. Can anyone carry this burden?

KL
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Frances Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-15-03 05:19 PM
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1. Well, of course, he scared the voters right
before the election. He needed a Republican majority in Congress so that he could not be investigated for lying.

And wasn't it ironic that he campaigned against a real hero in Georgia. With Bush's help, Max Cleland was defeated by a chickenhawk.

That tells you what kind of man Bush is.
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