Iraq - The George W. Bush War
Wait what

Galion, OH

#63 Jun 15, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>Nice dodge. The Iraq invasion was a boondoggle. Thousands of lives and billions of dollars wasted. Nothing is better than the day we went in there.
I've heard that a million times. Now tell me - how are you going to change history? How are you going to go back and change it, Che? How? We've been in wars we shouldn't have been in before - it wasn't anything new.

Move on already. The families have had to. You should, too.
Wait what

Galion, OH

#64 Jun 15, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>Nice dodge. The Iraq invasion was a boondoggle. Thousands of lives and billions of dollars wasted. Nothing is better than the day we went in there.
Even the Vietnam vets I know don't go on and on and on for years afterward saying "we shouldn't have been there". We were, and they, like so many others, have to deal with the consequences.

We shouldn't have been there...wow, never that before...brilliant.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#65 Jun 16, 2014
Did You Know?

There wasn't anything George W. Bush wouldn't do during the War in Iraq,

George W. Bush turned the U.S. national security apparatus inward to secretly collect information on American citizens on a scale unmatched since the intelligence reforms of the 1970s.

The president's emphatic defense of warrantless eavesdropping on U.S. citizens and residents marked the third time that the White House has been obliged to defend a departure from previous restraints on domestic surveillance. In each case, the Bush administration concealed the program's dimensions or existence from the public and from most members of Congress.
d pantz

Taylor, MI

#66 Jun 16, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
Did You Know?
There wasn't anything George W. Bush wouldn't do during the War in Iraq,
George W. Bush turned the U.S. national security apparatus inward to secretly collect information on American citizens on a scale unmatched since the intelligence reforms of the 1970s.
The president's emphatic defense of warrantless eavesdropping on U.S. citizens and residents marked the third time that the White House has been obliged to defend a departure from previous restraints on domestic surveillance. In each case, the Bush administration concealed the program's dimensions or existence from the public and from most members of Congress.
wrong. This year is 2014. Check the facts.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#67 Jun 16, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> wrong. This year is 2014. Check the facts.
Wrong I wrote the facts. You just hate to admit, Bush spied on its Citizens. Plus he kept some members of Congress in the dark.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#68 Jun 16, 2014
Seriouslady wrote:
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Yes, and aerial surveillence shows Russian armourment massing on the borders of Urkraine. Again. Iran helping out the militants in Iraq. Anyone notice that? It's folly to believe that Russia and possibly China are not going to join in this and it quickly become nuclear.
Our allies aren't going to help us. Obama has insulted them and weakened us. That was his mission.
Wonder what cities they will drop nukes on first? East Coast will be toast for sure.
So, wide rider's back from hiding. So much for time spent at the fat farm.
Ignornant post

Not on subject either!
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#69 Jun 16, 2014
Correction ignorant

SL thinks it is OK if she makes a snide remark, but she doesn't want anyone saying anything about her.

People have known for years Bush rarely made a right decision in his life. Plus he let America get attacked on his watch. I think we all know now, the "BUSH BRAIN" Karl Rove is one Hell of a poor advisor.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#71 Jun 16, 2014
How many believe Dick Cheney pushed for war in Iraq, so Halliburton could make a huge profit?
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#72 Jun 16, 2014
Wait what wrote:
<quoted text>
I've heard that a million times. Now tell me - how are you going to change history? How are you going to go back and change it, Che? How? We've been in wars we shouldn't have been in before - it wasn't anything new.
Move on already. The families have had to. You should, too.
The point, sweetie, is that we shouldn't be wasting another life or another penny there, especially over politics.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#73 Jun 16, 2014
Wait what wrote:
<quoted text>
Even the Vietnam vets I know don't go on and on and on for years afterward saying "we shouldn't have been there". We were, and they, like so many others, have to deal with the consequences.
We shouldn't have been there...wow, never that before...brilliant.
Perhaps if we would say that, we might learn something and stop repeating the same mistake.
d pantz

Taylor, MI

#74 Jun 16, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong I wrote the facts. You just hate to admit, Bush spied on its Citizens. Plus he kept some members of Congress in the dark.
nope. I dont buy that congress"unknowingly " passed PRISM. And if thwy did, how goddarn stupid was the majority D congress in 2007? You keep voting for these morons?
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#75 Jun 16, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
Did You Know?
There wasn't anything George W. Bush wouldn't do during the War in Iraq,
George W. Bush turned the U.S. national security apparatus inward to secretly collect information on American citizens on a scale unmatched since the intelligence reforms of the 1970s.
The president's emphatic defense of warrantless eavesdropping on U.S. citizens and residents marked the third time that the White House has been obliged to defend a departure from previous restraints on domestic surveillance. In each case, the Bush administration concealed the program's dimensions or existence from the public and from most members of Congress.
If the war on terror that included eradicating al Qaeda in Iraq is Bush's war, what now is occurring in Iraq is Oblamo's slaughter.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#76 Jun 16, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>The point, sweetie, is that we shouldn't be wasting another life or another penny there, especially over politics.
OK darling, you don't want to get involved. But the attacks on 9-11, USS Cole, WTC 90's, Benghazi and other cold acts prove that this bunch is not going away even if you choose to ignore them.

So either prepare to fight them or get out your vale, quit your job and stop going to school and get ready to be a second class citizen.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#77 Jun 16, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
How many believe Dick Cheney pushed for war in Iraq, so Halliburton could make a huge profit?
How many believe Enormously Wide Ass Rider is trying to make something out of nothing.
They cannot kill a Spook

Toledo, OH

#78 Jun 16, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
<quoted text>
OK darling, you don't want to get involved. But the attacks on 9-11, USS Cole, WTC 90's, Benghazi and other cold acts prove that this bunch is not going away even if you choose to ignore them.
So either prepare to fight them or get out your vale, quit your job and stop going to school and get ready to be a second class citizen.
Che is an unemployable Obama voter. The burka would be an improvement
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#79 Jun 16, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
<quoted text>
OK darling, you don't want to get involved. But the attacks on 9-11, USS Cole, WTC 90's, Benghazi and other cold acts prove that this bunch is not going away even if you choose to ignore them.
So either prepare to fight them or get out your vale, quit your job and stop going to school and get ready to be a second class citizen.
If only Iraq had anything to do with any of that.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#80 Jun 16, 2014
Pale Rider wrote:
How many believe Dick Cheney pushed for war in Iraq, so Halliburton could make a huge profit?
A lot fewer think that about Cheney than they believe Oblamo is Muslim.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#81 Jun 16, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>The point, sweetie, is that we shouldn't be wasting another life or another penny there, especially over politics.
Exactly, pin this one on the Republicans.
Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#82 Jun 16, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
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A lot fewer think that about Cheney than they believe Oblamo is Muslim.
No one pays any attention to you, windbag. You have been telling lies for years.

Did anyone know this man can barely read English?

Rooster Cogburn brought him in from Mexico folks.

He crossed into Texas, then headed to Arkansas, then Memphis, a freight train to Louisville.

Some people in Louisville say Neutral is a Muslim. We know he isn't a Christian. He is to filthy minded to be a Christian.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#83 Jun 17, 2014
Really Enormously Wide Ass Rider? Do you think anyone believes that? Each time you try to degrade me you look bad.

You have never proved I have stated one lie. Not a one!

However, you continually state opinion as fact like Oblamo bringing 20M jobs in his second term and so much more.

What a weak, lazy one you are.

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