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Old 12-26-2008, 05:02 PM
 
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Just for starters, look at all the soldiers who have died so far in that absolutely needless war in Iraq...

Then consider the tens of thousands of seriously wounded US troops...

After that - how about hundreds of thousands of dead Iraqi citizens...

All these deaths and disabling injuries are the direct consequence of his obsession with invading Iraq - which he was working on the day he was inaugurated...

On top of this, just consider all the people who are losing their homes in this foreclosure tsunami - Bush was a MAJOR contributor to their fates...
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Old 12-26-2008, 05:25 PM
 
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Just for starters, look at all the soldiers who have died so far in that absolutely needless war in Iraq...

Then consider the tens of thousands of seriously wounded US troops...

After that - how about hundreds of thousands of dead Iraqi citizens...

All these deaths and disabling injuries are the direct consequence of his obsession with invading Iraq - which he was working on the day he was inaugurated...

On top of this, just consider all the people who are losing their homes in this foreclosure tsunami - Bush was a MAJOR contributor to their fates...
Yes, the damage he caused will last forever for some people.

Luckily he and his criminal cohorts will be gone soon.....let's hope humanity and decency will reign in the next administration.

Imagine, there are those who wish the death and destruction would go on and on with a continuation of the bush administration!

Happily, they LOST!!
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Old 12-26-2008, 05:59 PM
 
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That doesn't even start to count the ruined retirement plans of those whose 401ks have shrunk to 201ks, thanks to his 'No Business Regulation' mentality - and putting irresponsible minions like Christopher Cox in key regulatory positions...

I'm actually somewhat surprised that Bush and Cheney have never been charged with any crimes, or at least impeached, for their duplicity in deceiving the country into that monumental nightmare in Iraq...
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Old 12-26-2008, 07:09 PM
 
Location: Pa
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That doesn't even start to count the ruined retirement plans of those whose 401ks have shrunk to 201ks, thanks to his 'No Business Regulation' mentality - and putting irresponsible minions like Christopher Cox in key regulatory positions...

I'm actually somewhat surprised that Bush and Cheney have never been charged with any crimes, or at least impeached, for their duplicity in deceiving the country into that monumental nightmare in Iraq...
Bush deregulated the banks? Barney Frank was not negligent? What about Dodd? What about all those sitting senators and congressmen that spent more time pointing fingers, investigating steroid use in professional sports and finding ever more creative pork spending instead of representing their constituents?
No Bush and company got a boat load of help from both sides of the aisle.
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Old 12-26-2008, 07:12 PM
 
Location: The Lakes Region
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Just for starters, look at all the soldiers who have died so far in that absolutely needless war in Iraq...

Then consider the tens of thousands of seriously wounded US troops...

After that - how about hundreds of thousands of dead Iraqi citizens...

All these deaths and disabling injuries are the direct consequence of his obsession with invading Iraq - which he was working on the day he was inaugurated...

On top of this, just consider all the people who are losing their homes in this foreclosure tsunami - Bush was a MAJOR contributor to their fates...
Get a grip....
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Old 12-26-2008, 07:15 PM
 
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Get a grip....
We do have a grip...

Maybe you should wake up and smell the coffee -and start facing facts...
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Old 12-26-2008, 07:26 PM
 
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Just for starters, look at all the soldiers who have died so far in that absolutely needless war in Iraq...

Then consider the tens of thousands of seriously wounded US troops...

After that - how about hundreds of thousands of dead Iraqi citizens...

All these deaths and disabling injuries are the direct consequence of his obsession with invading Iraq - which he was working on the day he was inaugurated...

On top of this, just consider all the people who are losing their homes in this foreclosure tsunami - Bush was a MAJOR contributor to their fates...
For the war yes, but for the foreclusures you have to thanks Bill Clinton for that.
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Old 12-26-2008, 07:27 PM
 
Location: Pa
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Just for starters, look at all the soldiers who have died so far in that absolutely needless war in Iraq...

Then consider the tens of thousands of seriously wounded US troops...

After that - how about hundreds of thousands of dead Iraqi citizens...

All these deaths and disabling injuries are the direct consequence of his obsession with invading Iraq - which he was working on the day he was inaugurated...

On top of this, just consider all the people who are losing their homes in this foreclosure tsunami - Bush was a MAJOR contributor to their fates...
No democrats voted to go to war? Not even Biden, Hillary, or Kanjorski?
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Old 12-26-2008, 07:33 PM
 
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No democrats voted to go to war? Not even Biden, Hillary, or Kanjorski?

Many would NOT have voted to go to war had Bush not misrepresented the intelligence information to them and the nation...
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Old 12-26-2008, 07:39 PM
 
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Many would NOT have voted to go to war had Bush not misrepresented the intelligence information to them and the nation...
ROFLMAO.... Kerry sat on the intellegence committee.... He represented the facts given by a very defective CIA, MI-6 and the Mussad.
They voted to go to war because it was a win win deal for them.
If the war succeeded they were part of the winning team.
If it failed the ever popular DC 2 step point a finger and make an excuse and play victim....
Gee who redesigned the CIA to be more dependant on electronics and less on boots on the ground?
Sorry but the old Bush lied to us excuse fell flat a long time ago.
Fact. The brit Gov and MI-6 were trying to get Clinton to go to war with Iraq.
The facts are the elected reps saw the same intel as Bush.
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