Bush Compares Terrorists To Nazis

Bush Compares Terrorists To Nazis

There are 460 comments on the Cbs13.com story from Aug 31, 2006, titled Bush Compares Terrorists To Nazis. In it, Cbs13.com reports that:

President George W. Bush on Thursday predicted victory in the war on terror at a time when Americans are disillusioned with his strategy, likening the struggle against Islamic fundamentalism with the fight ...

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speed_buggy

Arlington, TN

#1 Aug 31, 2006
Big deal, the terrorists compare Bush to the Nazis, Bush compares Chavez to Nazis, Chavez compares Bush to Nazis, Hamas compares Sharon and his stand in as Nazis, Sharon compares the Palestinians to Nazis, the leader of Iran, Blair, it goes on and on with this big happy family accusing each other with the word Nazi.

This is all a public joke and a name calling freak show.

I know what to do..find a real Nazi, there is no shortage of the real thing, and ask them what they think of all this.
The Merm

Island Park, NY

#2 Aug 31, 2006
The President is correct. We must stop the terrorists before they destroy our Western way of life. Much of Europe needs to wake up to this reality before it is too late for them.
Harold

Néffiès, France

#3 Aug 31, 2006
Sorry so Bush is not a Nazi
Crusher

United States

#4 Aug 31, 2006
Bush's current offerings are the same old garbage with the horrid stench dressed up with some new words like "Nazi." With his record on abuse and torture, eavesdropping on Americans, violations of human rights, disregarding law and order at his convenience, etc., it is amazing that he is playing with words like "Nazi." When people make their own comparisons this rogue pres is not going to fare very well. There is even hope that he is paving the way to his own downfall, which would be a blessing for mankind.
Joe

Cypress, CA

#5 Aug 31, 2006
I think Americans need to wake-up actually. Do you realize ur tax money is going to Isreal.$4Billion a year. For what? To go to war with other Arab countries? Isreal is the most powerfuly country in the middle east, they are the ones that want to control everything in the middle east. I'm sure that does the U.S. a lot of good, with more and more people turning on us because of it. If it weren't for Isreal, the U.S. wouldn't be such a target.
speed_buggy

Arlington, TN

#6 Aug 31, 2006
here's some more:

Exxon compares Gore to Nazis.

NAACP compares the GOP to Nazis.

James C. Dobson compared stem cell research to Nazi experiments.

Sen. Robert C. Byrd compares the procedures of judicial nominees to Nazism.

Bush compares Saddam Hussein to Hitler.

So lemme see, there's Islamo-Nazis, Zio-Nazis, neo-nazis, Euro-Nazis, Femi-Nazis, even Seinfeld had the soup-Nazi.

It has become a social disease: Nazi on the brain.
The Merm

Island Park, NY

#7 Aug 31, 2006
Crusher wrote:
Bush's current offerings are the same old garbage with the horrid stench dressed up with some new words like "Nazi." With his record on abuse and torture, eavesdropping on Americans, violations of human rights, disregarding law and order at his convenience, etc., it is amazing that he is playing with words like "Nazi." When people make their own comparisons this rogue pres is not going to fare very well. There is even hope that he is paving the way to his own downfall, which would be a blessing for mankind.
Stop bad mouthing the President. He is trying to protect this country from some pretty ruthless people. Did you forget 9/11 so quickly? These terrorists DO NOT PLAY BY THE RULES, so why should we?
Kearney

Columbia, MD

#8 Aug 31, 2006
I found Speed Buggy's comments humorous. However, even on the old "To Tell the Truth" TV series one of the contestants was actually the real Nazi. I think Islamioc terrorists are Nazis. Bush got it right. But they are not Communist... that's the OTHER extreme to the Left. Where they kill off all he rich folks. Islamic Jihhadists just want to kill everyone that offends Islam.. which is everybody.

Good for Bush. Better then saying, "they are thumbing their nose to the world"

I think Bush diplomacy is improving and its working better.
Kearney

Columbia, MD

#9 Aug 31, 2006
BTW, it seems to me that a lot you are just anti-Bush.. no matter what he says you have all ready made up your mind to ridicule and find fault. Heck, we don't even you for a discussion because your extremely biased against the truth that Bush sometimes gets it right.

No one should hate another person that much.
Coolmind

North East, MD

#10 Aug 31, 2006
1) so what if the terrorists are nazi's... we should take care of home and not draw their ire by meddling in their affairs as we have for 60+yrs.
2) Bush is following many behaviors of a nazi leader. And he's being puppeted by corrupt and hateful string pullers. Rove, Addington, Cheney et al
swamprabbit

United States

#11 Aug 31, 2006
The President was right to go after the terrorists in Afghanistan.

However, he has to realize that he is partly responsible for the increase in terrorism. Regardless of his claims to the contrary, Iraq was not a terrorist state, nor was it affiliated with Al Queda, until after we invaded it.
blueeyedman

Birmingham, AL

#12 Aug 31, 2006
Joe wrote:
I think Americans need to wake-up actually. Do you realize ur tax money is going to Isreal.$4Billion a year. For what? To go to war with other Arab countries? Isreal is the most powerfuly country in the middle east, they are the ones that want to control everything in the middle east. I'm sure that does the U.S. a lot of good, with more and more people turning on us because of it. If it weren't for Isreal, the U.S. wouldn't be such a target.
Well jo smo... you need to understand Isreal is the only deterrent in the region. with out them all hell would break out
Harold

Néffiès, France

#13 Aug 31, 2006
Coolmind wrote:
1) so what if the terrorists are nazi's... we should take care of home and not draw their ire by meddling in their affairs as we have for 60+yrs.
2) Bush is following many behaviors of a nazi leader. And he's being puppeted by corrupt and hateful string pullers. Rove, Addington, Cheney et al
Hi I tried to reply earlier but got the red light for suggesting Bush could be under the influence of N-Zi's

You Sir are absolutly right. Meddling is the key word. For what reason? It terrifies me that these un-elected people are advising the President. What is thier end game?
speed_buggy

Arlington, TN

#14 Aug 31, 2006
I think "terrorist" is a misnomer and has been from the beginning.

It was employed by those who needed a buzz word to garner the minds of society because "terrorist" generates more fear.

A "terrorist" is more akin to a stalker or some insidious and invisible threat that plauges someone for the purpose of instilling their victim to live in fear.

"Terrorists" are not in this to spread fear or terror.

This method they have is the way they fight, the way they have chosen to wage war.

As long as society is absorbed by the idea of "terrosist" they will live in fear. Our society lives in fear and paranoia. I see it everywhere I go, literally everywhere and people who live in fear are not free because fear is a prison.

So since a "terrorist" really isn't a "terrorist" since they are not in it for the fear factor, it is those who coined the phrase and constantly use the term "terrosist" that are the fearmongers.

These suicide bombers who come out of nowhere and kill a bunch of people are no different than one of our Patriot missles that shows up on the scene without warning and goes boom. They are not afraid of that.

Would it be acceptable to say that those who fired that missle are "terrorists" because they were unseen and struck without warning? Of course not so neither are these people "terrorists." What about special ops who strike without warning in the dead of night, killing a bunch of people then vanishing. Are they terrorists? No.

Both sides employ the same tactics but only one side are "terrorists."

Using the word "terrorists" works for the fearmongers and doesn't serve any other purpose when in fact this is how these people fight, they are not in it for the fear, they are in it for the killing.

This word "terrorists" does not apply because they are not in the terror business.

Why live in fear of these "terrorists" when you do not live in fear or your local murderer that haunts your city?

Once you have pumped a society full of fear you can get them to do about anything, accept anything, think about anything, surrender about anything, approve about anything, and doing so for no other reason than to put their fear to rest when this fear did not come from these "terrorists" it came from those who employ the word "terrorist."

Only those in the fear business have any real use for the word "terrorist".
Way it is

Roseville, CA

#15 Aug 31, 2006
The Merm wrote:
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Stop bad mouthing the President. He is trying to protect this country from some pretty ruthless people. Did you forget 9/11 so quickly? These terrorists DO NOT PLAY BY THE RULES, so why should we?
You forgot that Bush attacked Iraq because he wanted their oil. If he was after terrorist, he'd have checked himself into prision years ago, along with his Saudi friend - Good ole bin Ladin.
Wild Weird Willie

Columbia, SC

#16 Aug 31, 2006
Kearney wrote:
I think Bush diplomacy is improving and its working better.
I suspect that if you mention this to your doctor he can get you something a little stronger, and the delusions will clear up.
Duh

San Diego, CA

#17 Aug 31, 2006
So Bush Compares Terrorists To Nazis - and this is news because? Terrorists are like Nazis.
At Home

Savannah, GA

#18 Aug 31, 2006
Kearney wrote:
I think Bush diplomacy is improving and its working better.
I think you need to put down the crack pipe.
Easymoney

United States

#20 Aug 31, 2006
It's OK, don't hate Jews, just Moslems.

Kill them, especially children. Their war is ours with our weapons. Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Sudan,...kill them all, especially the children.

All killed, perhaps then we can begin to talk of peace.
Bill R

Davenport, WA

#21 Aug 31, 2006
Way it is wrote:
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You forgot that Bush attacked Iraq because he wanted their oil. If he was after terrorist, he'd have checked himself into prision years ago, along with his Saudi friend - Good ole bin Ladin.
Way It Is (Or the Way They Told You It Was)-

Rather than use the tired neo-progressive rant
about Bush went to Iraq for the oil, I'd like
you to drop your repeating what you accept without
verification and do a little research.

How much oil was the U.S. getting from Iraq
before taking out Saddam?

Now, after the removal of Saddam, how much oil
is the U.S. getting from Iraq?

When you get the answers to those questions you'll
realize how dumb it is to claim we went to Iraq
for the oil. You really should learn to read other
sources before drinking from the cup of liberal
whine.

Oh....also take a look to see how much oil France
and Germany were getting before the Oil for Food
program was exposed as a "build me another palace"
scam.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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