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US on course for 'complete victory', says Bush
Resistance has grown steadily, to the point that on Wednesday Bush said that terrorists have made Iraq ``the central front in their war against humanity.''

HORSESHIT: W House concerned at reports of planted Iraq stories
The White House expressed concern on Thursday at reports that the U.S. military has secretly paid Iraqi newspapers to run dozens of pro-American articles written by a special military task force. The Bush administration was embarrassed early this year when it was disclosed that the Education Department had paid commentator Armstrong Williams $240,000 to tout President George W. Bush's landmark education plan, "No Child Left Behind."

U.S. Is Said to Pay to Plant Articles in Iraq Papers

Murtha Says Army Is 'Broken, Worn Out'...

National Guard begins exchange with Israeli forces
Read this very carefully. The "Zionification" of the United States is proceeding rapidly.

‘Iraqis want Saddam to run for election’

Insurgents Attack U.S. Bases in Iraq
Two U.S. service members died of wounds suffered in combat and a Marine died in a non-hostile traffic accident, the U.S. military said Thursday. At least 2,112 members of the U.S. military have died since the war began in March 2003.

Bush to America: DROP DEAD

Bush Wants to 'Vietnamize' Iraq

Poll: Most Doubt Bush Has Plan for Iraq Victory

White House Sees Years of Iraq Violence

Time to Start Handing Iraq Back: Rumsfeld

Iraq Insurgents Launch Raids on US Facilities

Pentagon Directive Prioritizes Post-Conflict Stability

Report: US to Pull Most of National Guard Out of Iraq

US Military Covertly Pays to Run Stories in Iraqi Press

Iran Denies Plans for Iraq Cooperation With US

US Defends Secret Prisons, Refuses to Confirm Them

Limbaugh on kidnapping of peace activists in Iraq: "I'm telling you, folks, there's a part of me that likes this."
"I don't care if they're Christian or not."

Who Made Iraq Into a Threat?
Before he invaded Iraq, President Bush warned us that the terrorists were using Iraq as a base to attack America. After the invasion, we found out that was nonsense on stilts.
Now Bush warns us the terrorists really are using Iraq as a base to attack America, and we have to stay there to defeat them. The terrorists are a "direct threat to the American people,"
he asserted yesterday.
Here we go again. At least this time he's a little closer to the truth: There are in fact terrorists in Iraq today, and they are killing American soldiers there. But we can thank our president for that – he made the "Iraqi threat" a self-fulfilling prophecy.
At yesterday's Annapolis pep rally, Bush tried to scare the American people into staying the course in Iraq by once again tying it to the war on terrorism and their own personal safety. Now is not the time to cut and run, he insisted; Iraq is no less than the "central front" in the war on terror.
But was Iraq the "central front" before Bush invaded? No, the central front was the Afghan-Pakistani border, al-Qaeda's home base (and it still is, thanks to Bush shifting the military resources needed to finish the job there to his wag-the-dog war in Iraq).
It's high time the White House press corps put down their stenographer's notepads, stopped dictating the president's doublespeak, and started forcing him to own up to the terrible reality he created in Iraq. If there is a threat from Iraq now, he and he alone created it by invading. It's self-evident from the litany of problems he cited in his speech. Just ask him if they existed before he started his unprovoked war:
Mr. President, did Abu Musab al-Zarqawi have
Osama bin Laden's blessing before you invaded Iraq? (No, he was just another wannabe.)
Was there an al-Qaeda "base of operations" for
Zarqawi to run in Iraq before you invaded? (Nope.)
suicide bombers pouring into Iraq from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Syria before you invaded? (No.)
Were terrorists
beheading Western contractors in Iraq before you invaded? (No.)
Were terrorists
blowing up Americans in Iraq at a rate of 2-3 a day before you invaded? (No.)
Was Iraq a magnet for wide-eyed jihadists from all over the world before you invaded? (No, but now they're getting
on-the-job training.)
Were middle-aged Iraqi women
strapping bombs to themselves to avenge the loss of loved ones before you invaded? (No.)
Was Iraq
exporting terrorism to Jordan before you invaded? (No.)
Did terrorists attack
Madrid and London before you invaded? (No.)
Did the Iraqi army and police need to be "stood up" and "trained" to keep the peace in Iraq before you invaded their country? (No.)
Sunnis and Shi'ites at each others' throats in Iraq before you invaded? (No.)
Was there an anti-American insurgency in Iraq before you invaded?
Of course not. None of these threats existed before Bush invaded Iraq and made it the most violent place on Earth. Thanks to him, America is now a threat to itself.
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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?

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