Bush Claims God Told Him to Invade Iraq

President Bush obviously needs to be impeached and even if God told him to invade both Iraq and Afghanistan he was obviously working against us because we are losing in both places. We must oust these irrational NEO-CON morons before they get us all killed in a mindless religious war. We don't deserve this type of government it's time for us to demand change. There is over 150 graduates of Pat Robertsons Regent University now working for the Bush Administration we must demand the separation of church and state because the constitution demands it.

 title= He obviously isn't listening to Jesus.

In 1773, the Rev. Isaac Backus , the most prominent Baptist minister in New England, observed that when "church and state are separate, the effects are happy, and they do not at all interfere with each other: but where they have been confounded together, no tongue nor pen can fully describe the mischiefs that have ensued."


President George W Bush told Palestinian ministers that God had told him to invade Afghanistan and Iraq - and create a Palestinian State


Maybe this is the real God that is speaking to Bush.


Two high-ranking Palestinian officials say that President Bush told them that God told him to invade Iraq and Afghanistan and to create a Palestinian state to bring peace to the Middle East. Nabil Shaath and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas were present at the conversation.

Shaath, now the PA's Minister of Information, told a British film documentary that the conversation between them and President Bush took place in June 2003.


'President Bush said to all of us: 'I'm driven with a mission from God,'' Shaath said. ''God would tell me, 'George, go and fight those terrorists in Afghanistan.' And I did, and then God would tell me, 'George, go and end the tyranny in Iraq ...' And I did. And now, again, I feel God's words coming to me, 'Go get the Palestinians their state and get the Israelis their security, and get peace in the Middle East.' And by God I'm gonna do it,'


Shaath confirmed the quotes in an interview with the 'San Francisco Chronicle.' 'President Bush was saying that, 'Having been imbued with a message of God to free the people of Afghanistan and then Iraq, I have a calling now to give the Palestinians a state of their own and their freedom, to give Israel security and bring peace to the Middle East,' ' Shaath explained.


Every day more and more Republicans or most likely former Republicans are speaking out against this NEO-CON nightmare known as the Bush Administration but I want to see more tough talk and especially more action coming from the Democratic leadership concerning this insane failure of a president. I don't believe that Bush actually thinks that God told him to invade Iraq or Afghanistan but I do believe the Religious Right believes him when he makes irrational statements like that. These evangelical fundamentalists that Bush has hired to work for him in Wahington actually believe that they are working for God but in reality they are being used by NEO-CON thugs to promote an aggressive war agenda which is against the teachings of Jesus.


Will Republicans Destroy Themselves Before They Destroy America?

The above image is what Bush is doing to the USA he is herding us over a cliff to our doom just like the Indians used to do with the Buffalo herds back in the old west.


Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic leaders in Congress say impeaching Bush is "off the table." We must change their minds!


Tags: Abbas, Afghanistan, Bush, constitution, God, Iraq, jesus, Neocons, Pat Robertson, religious right, war (all tags)


1 Comment

Re: Bush Claims God Told Him to Invade Iraq

I guess God's idea of freedom is ending up dead.

But really, the people who voted on him need to take some of the responsibility of where we're at.  They were told over and over again what kind of person he was- they were told even before he was elected that he would be the worst President in history.  Everyone KNEW that and they voted on him anyway.  It's not just the leadership that needs to be changed, but the people who elected him need to change as well.

by reasonwarrior 2007-06-19 12:40PM | 0 recs


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