The man who dishonored American veterans by hiding out from the Vietnam War in the Texas Air National Guard added insult to injury this week by shamelessly invoking memories of those who died in war as a pathetic excuse to continue his illegal and failed war in Iraq.
Bush’s lame attempt so disgusted veterans attending the VFW annual convention in Salt Lake City that many of them wore “B.S. Protector” ear muffs during his speech to the group on Monday.Memo to the dimwit now living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue: When the vets who actually fought for their country stop buying your bullshit you’re in a lot of trouble.
Opposing Bush, Iraq war 'treason'
Our president was quick to action "after" the 9-11 attacks. Most Americans rallied to the call and most agreed. The world and even our Congress were behind him. Now, we have extremists who bash our president, the war in Iraq, and everything being done to keep us safe here on our native soil. We should take action against the extremists (or terrorists) among us.This includes those who work to bring down George Bush, stop the war in Iraq, and go back to a "good nature attitude" that resulted in the 9-11 attacks. During times of war, these should be dealt with as acts of treason.There are many people in this country who agree with me, and support our president and the brave troops who are fighting to keep America safe and free. God bless America!
"If you fall on the side that is pro-George and pro-war, you get your ass over to Iraq, and take the place of somebody who wants to come home. And if you fall on the side that is against this war and against George Bush, stand up and speak out." - Cindy Sheehan
'We will stay, we will fight and we will win' George Bush
George WMD Bush responded Wednesday to calls for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq with an emphatic vow to stay there "until the terrorists have nowhere to run."
It's been 1,438 days since Bush said he'd catch bin Laden 'Dead or Alive!'
US general sees significant withdrawal in Iraq
The US is expected to pull significant numbers of troops out of Iraq in the next 12 months in spite of the continuing violence, according to the general responsible for near-term planning in the country.
Bush Tells Veterans That Iraq Policy Will Make U.S. Safer
Defeating the "hateful ideology" of terror-mongers in Iraq will not only make Iraq and the Middle East safer, Mr. Bush said, but it will make the United States more secure - if not yet safe - in a world whose new dangers were brought home to America on Sept. 11, 2001?
Anti-Iraq war protestors besieged wounded and disabled soldiers at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C!
The Pro-Iraq War demonstrators carry signs reading "Troops out when the job's done," "Thank you U.S. Armed Forces" and "Shameless Pinkos go home." Many wear the orange T-shirts reading "Club G'itmo" that are marketed by conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh.
Walter Reed Medical Center to Be Closed
Located in the nation's capital, century-old Walter Reed Army Medical Center has treated presidents and foreign leaders as well as veterans and soldiers, including those returning from the Iraq war.
Anti-Iraq War Military Families protesting camped outside George W.M.D. Bush`s Western White House are being confronted by Pro-Iraq War military families who claim they are disrespectful?
Thursday, about 500 signs that say "Support Our Troops" and "Bush Country" were to be placed on property directly across from Sheehan`s camp.
Anti-Iraq War parents to take protests across nation
A majority of the U.S. public doubts the United States will win the war in Iraq and believes the Bush Administration deliberately misled Americans over Iraq's weapons capabilities, according to a July 27 USA Today/CNN/Gallup Poll.
Pro-Iraq War Military Family a Counterpoint to Cindy Sheehan
"Our boys have told us time and time again how appreciative the Iraqi people are, Our country is based on freedom and other people around the world deserve freedom."
PROTEST: New ordinance would be more restrictive
Group to Hold Pro-Bush Rally
The Texas Military Family Foundation on Fort Hood plans to show its support for the war in Iraq with 5,000 Tee-shirts.
George W. Bush sure knows a lot more than the experts. He believes intelligent design is a scientific theory on par with evolution--even though his science adviser has said that I.D. has no merit as a scientific theory. He also seems to be more wise in the ways of Iraqi society and politics than leading Iraqis. On Tuesday Bush praised the draft constitution hammered out by Shiites and Kurds without Sunni involvement. He called it an "amazing event."
And during his speech on Wednesday to a stacked audience of National Reservists in Idaho, Bush went on and on about the enemy in Iraq, describing the opposition as only a collection of foreign fighters who have amassed in Iraq to fight the United States because they "fear the march of freedom" and "despise our freedom and way of life." Sure, there are jihadists in Iraq. But part--if not most--of the problem comes from Sunni insurgents who did not have to cross any borders to take up arms against US troops (and who don't give a fig about freedoms and ways of living in the United States). Once more, Bush is peddling a comic-book depiction of the conflict in Iraq: us versus the evil terrorists. Many analysts are already describing the war there as a civil war, as militia attacks increase. Bush, though, is immune to reality. I know that's no news flash. But as the gap continues to grow between Bush's "reality" and what's really occurring in Iraq, his warmed-over sales pitch is likely not to have much impact.
Iraq Misses Third Constitution Deadline
OCCUPIED BAGHDAD, The New Iraq - Iraq missed yet a third deadline Thursday for finishing the new constitution as faction leaders failed to make enough progress toward compromise even to schedule a parliamentary session.
Iraq's Shiites split violently
Moqtada al-sadr's militia clashed with Badr fighters, revealing a Shiite divide over the new draft charter.
Sectarian Violence in Iraq Precedes Submission of New Constitution
In Baqubah, Sadr's black-clad forces fought with those of the Supreme Council on Thursday, said Ahmed Karim, spokesman for the joint coordination center for Iraqi and U.S. forces there. Baqubah police officers said four Sadr fighters were killed in clashes in which Sadr's followers fought members of the Iraqi army, police and U.S. forces.American military spokesmen in Baghdad said they had no immediate information on those clashes. Karim said U.S. helicopters were patrolling over the city and that American forces had made an unspecified number of arrests. Baqubah's people took shelter inside their homes. Sunni mosques in the city blared messages calling on Sadr's forces "to continue fighting those who want to divide Iraq," Karim said.
An American flag that purportedly flew over the Pentagon on September 11 was burned by a man who said he wanted to end questions of authenticity over the banner he bought for $25,000.
The disposal followed one of several methods outlined in Scout protocol.
Getting President Bush from here to there consumes an enormous amount of fuel, whether he's aboard Air Force One, riding in a helicopter or on the ground in a heavily armored limousine. The bill gets steeper every day as the White House is rocked by the same energy prices as regular drivers. Taxpayers still foot the bill.
The White House declines to discuss travel costs related to the presidential entourage, and did not respond to a request for the overall effect of higher fuel prices on its budget.
So when do we get invaded to remove the rogue government that spies on its own people, gases its own people during anti War protests, stages "terrorist" attacks, holds crooked elections, attacks other nations without cause, and uses torture on innocent people looking for WMD that don't exist?