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Old 12-17-2008, 03:11 PM
 
Location: The Planet Mars
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This seems to be Bush's standard response to criticism about his infinite mistakes....

The other day he was interviewed about Iraq...

He made a point that Al Queda decided to make it's stand in Iraq...

The interviewer said that was true, but Al Queda only decided to go into Iraq after we invaded Iraq...

His response was 'Well... that's true... So What???'

Does anyone other than me see the total insanity in the man????
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Old 12-17-2008, 03:19 PM
LML
 
Location: Wisconsin
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Very similar to the response of Cheney when told during an interview that the American people thought the Iraq War was a mistake and had cost thousands of lives and billions of dollars. Cheney's response? "So?"
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Old 12-17-2008, 03:24 PM
 
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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Oh how I wish that these two could and would be prosecuted for war crimes. . . not because I "hate" them personally, but because we need to do whatever we can do to see that this sort of thing never happens again!
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Old 12-17-2008, 03:40 PM
LML
 
Location: Wisconsin
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Oh how I wish that these two could and would be prosecuted for war crimes. . . not because I "hate" them personally, but because we need to do whatever we can do to see that this sort of thing never happens again!
My youngest daughter and I were talking about his on the phone this morning. It is inconceivable to us that these people will not be tried as war criminals. There is not even a hearing scheduled by the congress to hear the unconstitutional things they have done to our republic.

For heaven's sake! Bill Clinton was tied up in hearings throughout his presidency because of a real estate deal in which he was involved BEFORE he was elected that LOST MONEY and because he fibbed about getting a bj. Nixon faced hearings and impeachment because he had people illegally get information on the democratic party's election plans.

And yet Bush, Cheney, and Co. deliberately lied us into war that reaped billions of dollars for Cheney's Haliburton company in no bid contracts cost thousands of lives and drained our treasury, approved the torture of war prisoners which is against treaties we have signed, wiretapped U.S. citizens...against the constitution, etc. etc. etc. and NOTHING IS BEING DONE. I do NOT understand. I question both the democrats and the republicans for their failure to uphold their duty. They OWE IT TO US...the citizens...to hold these men accountable for their crimes against our government. WHY are they refusing to do anything? I seriously want to know WHY?
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Old 12-17-2008, 03:50 PM
 
Location: Apple Valley Calif
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Bush is a great man, and is doing a great job. Stop crying and deal with it. Your kids History books are going to mask you cry when you read how wonderful he is...
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Old 12-17-2008, 03:52 PM
 
Location: Central Illinois -
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If we dont hold the two "So What's" accountable, we set a very dangerous precedent. Sadly its a precedent that has been repeated throughout history. In fact, the precedent was long ago set, but we now live in the information age, and no one should be fooled by the lies that were spun by these frauds
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Old 12-17-2008, 03:53 PM
 
Location: Central Illinois -
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Bush is a great man, and is doing a great job. Stop crying and deal with it. Your kids History books are going to mask you cry when you read how wonderful he is...
You live in bizarro world, we live on planet earth. The two are not compatible.
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Old 12-17-2008, 03:55 PM
 
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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My youngest daughter and I were talking about his on the phone this morning. It is inconceivable to us that these people will not be tried as war criminals. There is not even a hearing scheduled by the congress to hear the unconstitutional things they have done to our republic.

For heaven's sake! Bill Clinton was tied up in hearings throughout his presidency because of a real estate deal in which he was involved BEFORE he was elected that LOST MONEY and because he fibbed about getting a bj. Nixon faced hearings and impeachment because he had people illegally get information on the democratic party's election plans.

And yet Bush, Cheney, and Co. deliberately lied us into war that reaped billions of dollars for Cheney's Haliburton company in no bid contracts cost thousands of lives and drained our treasury, approved the torture of war prisoners which is against treaties we have signed, wiretapped U.S. citizens...against the constitution, etc. etc. etc. and NOTHING IS BEING DONE. I do NOT understand. I question both the democrats and the republicans for their failure to uphold their duty. They OWE IT TO US...the citizens...to hold these men accountable for their crimes against our government. WHY are they refusing to do anything? I seriously want to know WHY?
Yours is a terrific question, and one that should be forwarded to both president-elect Obama, and to the congress! Please do that!
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Old 12-17-2008, 04:09 PM
 
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Bush is a great man, and is doing a great job. Stop crying and deal with it. Your kids History books are going to mask you cry when you read how wonderful he is...
Haaa - haaaa- haaaaaa -haaaaaaa!!!!!!!!! ROFLMAO!!!!!!! ROFLMAO!!!!!!!

That has GOT to be the greatest example of wishful thinking I've seen in my 54 years!!!!!!!

ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bush will go down in History right alongside The 3 Stooges and the Keystone Cops and possibly Herbert Hoover!!!

ROFLMAO!!!!
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Old 12-17-2008, 04:23 PM
 
Location: Turn Left at Greenland
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Very similar to the response of Cheney when told during an interview that the American people thought the Iraq War was a mistake and had cost thousands of lives and billions of dollars. Cheney's response? "So?"
Further proof that President Cheney is the great puppetmaster. I can see it now,

Wonderboy: What do I tell 'em now Dick?
Dick: He he he ... use the S word?
Wonderboy: Which one?
Dick: Which one do you think?
Wonderboy: soft?
Dick: NO!
Wondeboy: Saddam?
Dick: NO!!
Wonderboy: Come on Dick, tell me!
Dick: Rhymes with NO!
Wonderboy: ????????????????????
Dick: How many more days do I have to talk to him?
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