'The War Is Not Over'

'The War Is Not Over'

There are 276640 comments on the Los Angeles Times story from Sep 12, 2006, titled 'The War Is Not Over'. In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

WASHINGTON - President Bush led the nation on Monday in marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept.

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#291077 Apr 13, 2014
Pegasus wrote:
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You sure love to thump that Quran over there in the Sea of Sand.......those WMD were shell gamed but Saddam got caught under the walnut shell first and swung on the gallows for his crimes.
Those trailers of WMDs are probably in a freight terminal in the shitty side of Paris for France coddles the ME.
GWB the Great accepted his defeat by saying that "They could not find any WMD in Iraq after so many years of searching for them"....but his Die-Hard supporters have still not accepted their defeat.

They claim to know more than GWB on this subject......many be they speak the truth!!
crusty

Plymouth, NH

#291078 Apr 13, 2014
Big John wrote:
<quoted text>how's the fishing? And the new Senator?
The fishing has been icy( quebec for the 1st of June hope the ice is out)...and the new senator is a King, more liberal than our last. Wrapped in big wind $.(personally I loves the windmills, they're popping up like daisy s).
crusty

Plymouth, NH

#291079 Apr 13, 2014
MUQ1 wrote:
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GWB the Great accepted his defeat by saying that "They could not find any WMD in Iraq after so many years of searching for them"....but his Die-Hard supporters have still not accepted their defeat.
They claim to know more than GWB on this subject......many be they speak the truth!!
Defeat? Saddam was finished in days. Muq at least gw was honest enough to say there were no wmd. You and the Iraqis should thank him for ending the UN sanctions once and for all.

Why is it that the Iraqis seem unable to handle democracy handed to them by gw? A sunni eye for a shia eye...or arm leg intestine head shoulder etc etc.....seems to be the rule of the day in Iraq(and in Syria)

sunni shia hate trumps all(still) it would appear.
crusty

Plymouth, NH

#291080 Apr 13, 2014
Pegasus wrote:
<quoted text>
It looked more like a roll of Gorilla Tape so Cackles could wrap around her head to muffle but good her mouth.
"What was it a bat".......Cackles says.....
It sure was.......a freakin Moonbat.
Anyway good to see you still fightin fiercely Crusty.
I take it the snow banks still linger up north?
Snow covering the speed limit signs last weekend at East Grand but it is going fast. Good to hear from you too Pegasus.
crusty

Plymouth, NH

#291081 Apr 13, 2014
Tinka wrote:
Hopefully she didn't take too great of an offence to it and hopefully she won't enroll the boots of Terror and the Army out if she makes as to Presidency...
I hear the Dems are known to be crazy far more than the Republican?
Maybe they are more open in their business...
If she really wanted to spread mass terror all she need do is ditch the pantsuit, dawn a mini and get a long pair of shiny zip up the back~ jacks

https://www.google.com/search...

oh the horror

....I could see people jumping off every bridge and tall building or gouging out their own eyes
crusty

Plymouth, NH

#291082 Apr 13, 2014
don not dawn

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#291083 Apr 13, 2014
Evidently if Bush admits there were no weapons of mass destruction it justifies the mass murders of human beings from the USA to the Middle East?
Bush is worse than Hitler and people who make excuses for his administration are no better than he.
N THE BUSH PRESIDENCY: HOW MANY DIED?
We are now able to estimate the number of Iraqis who have died in the U.S.-instigated war during George W. Bush’s presidency.
These are the results of the war that we know.
And the overall figures are stunning: 4.5 million displaced, 1-2 million widows, 5 million orphans, about one million dead—in one way or another, affecting nearly one in every two people in Iraq with tragically life-altering (or ending) impacts.
Now that Bush is gone, perhaps the United States can face honestly the damage we have wrought, and the responsibilities that we must learn from it.
--John Tirman
A version of this article appears in The Nation, February 16, 2009
Pegasus

Newark, NJ

#291084 Apr 13, 2014
MUQ1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Had it not been for the "cover up" from very top, things would have started coming out very fast.
But since the media "declared" within 15 minutes of the planes hitting WTC that it was done by Al Qaeda.....every one followed the same advice and each and every evidence to the contrary was rejected or suppressed.
if I was an unbiased investigator, I would start from the very beginning...i.e. the very hijackings. is there any evidence that the planes were really hijacked?
Why none of pilots, co-pilots none of the crew members in any plane reported hijackings? The planes were flying inside US territory and not in any where outside.
Why four planes got hijacked at the same time and no one reported anything?
Concentrate on that and names would start coming!!
Then how those WTC towers fell like a house of card, just by single strike from a jetliner in mere 90 minutes? This is another piece of evidence which should be investigated.
But GWB the Great and entire nation was itching for attacking Afghanistan and later Iraq that they had no time for these trivial questions.
And NOW they ask why no name emerged?
Name will emerge provided you look for them start strange behaviour of Mr. Dick Cheney on 9/11 and names would start coming.
Have you guts to keep on looking for names?
Don't twist it around.

Why hasn't somebody of hundreds of somebodies let the cat out of the bag?

Now don't go evading the question with irrational "reason".....just flat out why hasn't anybody ratted.?
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#291085 Apr 13, 2014
-Web wrote:
Evidently if Bush admits there were no weapons of mass destruction it justifies the mass murders of human beings from the USA to the Middle East?
Bush is worse than Hitler and people who make excuses for his administration are no better than he.
N THE BUSH PRESIDENCY: HOW MANY DIED?
We are now able to estimate the number of Iraqis who have died in the U.S.-instigated war during George W. Bush’s presidency.
These are the results of the war that we know.
And the overall figures are stunning: 4.5 million displaced, 1-2 million widows, 5 million orphans, about one million dead—in one way or another, affecting nearly one in every two people in Iraq with tragically life-altering (or ending) impacts.
Now that Bush is gone, perhaps the United States can face honestly the damage we have wrought, and the responsibilities that we must learn from it.
--John Tirman
A version of this article appears in The Nation, February 16, 2009
touching.is that less than died under the~ prior to gwb~ UN starvation sanction regime?
Pegasus

Newark, NJ

#291086 Apr 13, 2014
crusty wrote:
<quoted text>Snow covering the speed limit signs last weekend at East Grand but it is going fast. Good to hear from you too Pegasus.
Looks like you were running out of room to get rid of snow...

Storms that clipped here whacked you up there.
At least spring has sprung.

Still waiting for global warming to turn Maine to Florida.....and Florida to Maine?

If Gore decides to burn mucho gallons in his private jet....no more snow,..lol.

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#291087 Apr 13, 2014
courteous europhobe wrote:
<quoted text>touching.is that less than died under the~ prior to gwb~ UN starvation sanction regime?
So the Clinton administration starved the Iraqi's and the Bush administration mass murdered the people?
courteous europhobe

Plymouth, NH

#291088 Apr 13, 2014
-Web wrote:
<quoted text>
So the Clinton administration starved the Iraqi's and the Bush administration mass murdered the people?
Yes on the clinton/un part, obviously

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#291089 Apr 13, 2014
"The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder"
The CIA sent Bush it's 2002 National Intelligence Estimate,a report from sixteen US intelligence agencies as to whether Hussein was a threat to the security of the United States.

On page eight of the ninety one page report,clearly states Hussein was not an imminent threat to the security of this country,that he would only be a threat if he feared America was about to attack his country.In other words he would defend his own country.
So we know not think bit know for a fact----that when George Bush told the nation on the evening of October the 7th, 2002, Cincinnati, Ohio, that Hussein was an imminent threat to the security of this country, he was telling millions of unsuspecting Americans the exact opposite of what his own CIA was telling him.

So if we had nothing else at all, this alone shows us that he took this nation to war on a lie, and therefore,
All of the killings in Iraq of American soldiers became unlawful killings and therefore murder.
http://www.democracynow.org/2008/6/13/citing_...
I agree with the ex prosecutor

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#291090 Apr 13, 2014
MUQ1 wrote:
<quoted text>
yeah like attacking on false charges of having WMD and having close links with Al Qaeda.
He made good decisions that is why he was chooses as "Worst President" in US history. We did not select him, it were US people.
It was GWB the great who "concluded" that only 19 people were responsible for 9/11 and no one else, why then he attacked Afghanistan?
I think George Bush is guilty of premeditated murder in the first degree,

Bush used the military of the USA to carry out his murdering sprees like hit men,
Then George Bush used the executive branch to cower under and beg for immunity for his crimes.

The future generations will read in their history books just how evil Bush really is and how some people believed all of his lies much like in Nazi Germany..
John_Schuylkill County_Pa

Sunbury, PA

#291091 Apr 13, 2014
MUQ1 wrote:
<quoted text>
yeah like attacking on false charges of having WMD and having close links with Al Qaeda.
He made good decisions that is why he was chooses as "Worst President" in US history. We did not select him, it were US people.
It was GWB the great who "concluded" that only 19 people were responsible for 9/11 and no one else, why then he attacked Afghanistan?
GWB kicked Al-Qaeda out of Afghanistan. And got the main man, KSM, in Pakistan. KSM is still in Gitmo and some of his closest cohorts think that someone turned him in. Oh baby GWB is the Crown Jewel!
John_Schuylkill County_Pa

Sunbury, PA

#291092 Apr 13, 2014
-Web wrote:
"The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder"
The CIA sent Bush it's 2002 National Intelligence Estimate,a report from sixteen US intelligence agencies as to whether Hussein was a threat to the security of the United States.
On page eight of the ninety one page report,clearly states Hussein was not an imminent threat to the security of this country,that he would only be a threat if he feared America was about to attack his country.In other words he would defend his own country.
So we know not think bit know for a fact----that when George Bush told the nation on the evening of October the 7th, 2002, Cincinnati, Ohio, that Hussein was an imminent threat to the security of this country, he was telling millions of unsuspecting Americans the exact opposite of what his own CIA was telling him.
So if we had nothing else at all, this alone shows us that he took this nation to war on a lie, and therefore,
All of the killings in Iraq of American soldiers became unlawful killings and therefore murder.
http://www.democracynow.org/2008/6/13/citing_...
I agree with the ex prosecutor
John_Schuylkill County_Pa

Sunbury, PA

#291093 Apr 13, 2014

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#291094 Apr 13, 2014
John_Schuylkill County_Pa wrote:
<quoted text>GWB kicked Al-Qaeda out of Afghanistan. And got the main man, KSM, in Pakistan. KSM is still in Gitmo and some of his closest cohorts think that someone turned him in. Oh baby GWB is the Crown Jewel!
You are certainly wrong on that, GWB the Great did not kick out Al Qaeda from Afghanistan for all eight years he was in office.

He could not even locate OBL, the job was (probably) done by his "trained" successor Obama.

And if KSM was the "Main Man" in Al Qaeda, then you are as big and idiot as your Idol GWB the Great!!

Now I know what is your fix on KSM, you think he was the brain in Al Qaeda....!!

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#291095 Apr 13, 2014
crusty wrote:
<quoted text> Defeat? Saddam was finished in days. Muq at least gw was honest enough to say there were no wmd. You and the Iraqis should thank him for ending the UN sanctions once and for all.
Why is it that the Iraqis seem unable to handle democracy handed to them by gw? A sunni eye for a shia eye...or arm leg intestine head shoulder etc etc.....seems to be the rule of the day in Iraq(and in Syria)
sunni shia hate trumps all(still) it would appear.
So the "honesty" ends when one admits that he was wrong? Will the same rule apply to any one who murders people and say he was wrong?

The guy invaded a nation, causing lots and lots of human lives and took his country to war....costing billions of Dollars and what not....and in the end he says he says "I am sorry, I was wrong".

Should the matter have ended there? Why US people did not ask him to step down for leading the country into an illegal war?

Why was he elected for a second term? That shows most US people were partners in his crime?

Or they gave a damn about how many people he killed? What their lives matter any way to US people.

and who was the nation behind the UN sanctions of Iraq? the same USA?

So Iraq people should thank USA for imposing sanctions or for removing them?

Why are you so much confused?

And what did GWB the Great did to "solve" the Shia Sunni Problem in Iraq? He only aggravated it, because he had the least knowledge of what is the problem and how it could be kept under control.

They were a bunch of idiots and did not know any thing about Iraq...

And do you think Democracy is thriving in Iraq these days?

How gullible are the US people, one is amazed to know.

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JUBAIL, KSA

#291096 Apr 13, 2014
-Web wrote:
<quoted text>
I think George Bush is guilty of premeditated murder in the first degree,
Bush used the military of the USA to carry out his murdering sprees like hit men,
Then George Bush used the executive branch to cower under and beg for immunity for his crimes.
The future generations will read in their history books just how evil Bush really is and how some people believed all of his lies much like in Nazi Germany..
You are certainly true in your analysis. But look at these Die-Hard fans of GWB the Great.... they seem to be more evil than him, trying to defend the undefendable.

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