Everyone has read about the false intelligence used to sell the war in Iraq. The President claims he had no idea that the intelligence was faulty or forced and had no reason to believe that he was being fed bad intel. by the CIA. At the time, I remember how adamant President Bush was about the source and legitimacy of the information on weapons of mass destruction.
It turns out, President Bush told 935 lies leading to the war in Iraq.
Ballots were not placed in the vault and the so-called “Seal” did not actually seal the ballots in the container.
An American Revolution? un-American Revolution?
Barack Obama’s Revolution!
ABC News quotes the president as saying “They view me as a war monger”
The president sat down with “Nightline” co-anchor Terry Moran at one of the vast royal palaces, and it became clear who holds the cards right now in the oil markets, with the price up near $100 a barrel. The president, who once said he’d “jawbone” Saudi leaders into lowering prices, told Moran what he intended to say to King Abdullah on the topic in their meeting.
“I will say to him that, ‘If it’s possible, your majesty, consider what high prices is doing to one of your largest customers,’” Bush said. “In other words, the worst thing that can happen to an oil-producing nation is that the price of oil causes the economy to slow down, because that will inevitably lead to fewer purchases [of oil].”
Pretty damned funny.
Here’s the article, you have to read it! “They view me as a war monger“
The U.S. Army is getting creative with the recruiting process. Our foreign policy demands are high and our children are at risk.
I found this add off of the social networking site, digg.com:
Army Strong – “Sniper School Training and Halo 3 Tournament”
President Bush visits Israel
President Bush isn’t ready to be insignificant just yet. He made a trip to Israel and gave a scathing speech on the state of terrorism and the threat of Iran on world stability.
Barack Obama’s experience
The implication: he flips and flops like the next politician, can he be trusted?
War is hard on everyone, not a single rational American believes that bringing the troops home is in any way a knock on the military. The propaganda machine often suggests that if we leave Iraq, we’re conceding defeat. If we bring the troops home, we’re “not supporting the troops”. The logic is unbelievably stupid and Americans have had enough of carrying out a political agenda that is unsound and irrational.
The bottom line is this: BRING THE TROOPS HOME, NOW.