Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Bush is a Liar

Bush and his team of miscreants have made it clear that they don't believe honesty is the best policy. Their recent statements can best be summed up in the graphic to the left. In recent statements both Bush and his national security adviser, Stephen Hadley, have come out swinging at anti-war critics, claiming that allegations that Bush mislead the public and congress into a war of his choosing are irresponsible and hurtful to this country. For an apathetic public that seems to have the memory of a goldfish, these statements will be taken as gospel by a president who is tired of getting beat up by the "liberal media." In recent statements Bush had this to say:

"While it's perfectly legitimate to criticize my decision or the conduct of the war, it is deeply irresponsible to rewrite the history of how that war began."

Meanwhile his attack dog, Stephen Hadley, claimed:

We need to put this debate behind us. It's unfair to the country, it's unfair to the men and women in uniform, risking their lives to make this country safe.
Now be a good little Winston Smith and throw those subversive memories into the memory hole where they belong. Forget about the Downing Street Memo. Forget about Iraq on the Record. Forget what happened to Joseph Wilson and his wife, CIA agent Valerie Plame when they exposed the falsehoods Bush was spreading. Forget all the misleading and confusing comments by the Bush team as they constantly gave the impression that Iraq was involved in the attacks on 9/11. And pretend...no, no, that won't work.

No pretending. You must believe with all your heart that Bush is an honest man that would never mislead you. Then and only then can you be a good and patriotic American.

People like Bush and Hadley would like nothing more than for us to forget what really happened. Don't let that happen! Refresh your memory by clicking on some of the links above. Bush mislead the American people and congress into a war of his choosing. The men and women who have been tasked with illegally invading and occupying Iraq are dependent on us to make sure the truth is not forgotten. They are dependent upon us to help bring this war to an end so that they can come home and be with their families again.

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That we who lived by honest dreams
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-- Cecil Day-Lewis from Where Are The War Poets?


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