by populistamerica, Wed Feb 08, 2006 at 07:07:19 AM EST
"Our intentions are always good. We may kill a few million innocent civilians here and there, but you have to crack some eggs if you want to make an omelette. We Americans are God's gift to humanity and we can do no wrong! It is time that you liberal cockroaches and foreign dogs engage in some serious fear and trembling. Get on your knees and bow before the Almighty USA...."
by HarrellforCongressCD31, Mon Feb 06, 2006 at 04:32:39 AM EST
Cindy Sheehan's arrest outside the State of the Union Address was not he first time a dead soldier's mom had been arrested at a Bush speech.
During the 2004 election, I watched as another dead soldier's mom was not only physically ejected from President Bush's re-election rally, but then arrested, handcuffed and taken to jail. It was stunning. My outrage reduced me to tears, and still does.
That is when I decided to run for Congress!
by populistamerica, Sun Feb 05, 2006 at 11:18:27 AM EST
This a story about a grieving mother, a deceased 22 yr. Old U.S. Army soldier that died shortly after being deployed to Iraq and some stuff called Depleted Uranium...
by populistamerica, Sat Feb 04, 2006 at 10:25:53 AM EST
Almost always, to be sure! Anytime. anywhere!
by Joseph Hughes, Fri Feb 03, 2006 at 04:53:18 PM EST
stunning revelation about President Bush's pre-war plans
Mr Bush told Mr Blair that the US was so worried about the failure to find hard evidence against Saddam that it thought of "flying U2 reconnaissance aircraft planes with fighter cover over Iraq, painted in UN colours". Mr Bush added: "If Saddam fired on them, he would be in breach [of UN resolutions]".
Alright, everyone, let's put aside for a moment the fact that this idea is better left to the A-Team than the president. And, while we're at it, let's assume that Bush successfully pulled off this ruse, and Saddam Hussein fired at what he thought was a U.N. aircraft. Further still, let's rightfully suppose that, armed with that occurrence, the president would have pulled a see-I-told-you-so act before the United Nations, bolstering his plan of attack.
Still with me? Good.
Taking this improbable sequence of events into account, is there something I'm missing that would allow the United Nations to fall for such an amateurish stunt? Wouldn't they know what each one of their airplanes was doing? It's not like we're talking about office supplies here - we're talking about very expensive hardware. Hardware that, I'm quite sure, the United Nations keeps close track of. And still Bush thought this would work?
Hell, he probably patted himself on the back for thinking up such a bold, imaginative idea. A regular Hannibal Smith, he.