EU summit is Bush's first stop in last Europe trip

President Bush opened his last summit with the European Union on Tuesday with a long list of trans-Atlantic issues on his plate -- Iran's nuclear ambitions, Afghanistan's woes, climate change, Mideast peace and ... Read more
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Albert Fournier

Israel

#1 Jun 11, 2008
Time for diplomacy is over : It’s time to act!We are running out of time.
The Iranian regime is motivated by a messianic ideology with a strong apocalyptic component. This renders useless the threat of mutually assured destruction. With Ahmadinejad’s announcement this week that Iran is introducing 3,000 upgraded centrifuges to its Natanz nuclear installation, it is clear that the only option remains a preventive strike against a declared genocidal Iran. It is also clear that if Iran acquires nuclear weapons, it will be impossible to confront Syria or Hamas who will operate under Iran’s nuclear umbrella. Iran today at : http://israelagainstterror.blogspot.com/2008/...
wrecksracer

United States

#2 Jun 11, 2008
Can our economy really take a third war during Bush's tenure? Let's face it, our debt is being bought up by China and Saudi Arabia. They own us. We're going to be their lap dogs. Military might doesn't go as far as it used to. The countries with stable economies are the rulers of the world. By the way.....how is our economy doing? Even the Europeans think we're a joke.
bronellione

Pahrump, NV

#3 Jun 12, 2008
Why; wasnt there anything in the news about dennis kucinich's move to impeach Bush & Cheney?
Does Murdock control everything? Because the favored few want globalization, does that mean the rest of the world must kowtow to the elite? Why isnt there any coverage or reporting about the up-coming march on Washington on July 12?
cadman

Huntley, IL

#4 Jun 13, 2008
good to see bush is taking advantage of his free vacation oportunities. he and his wife are traveling the world at the publics expense. is his plane a hybrid getting great mileage. maybe his oil friends provide free fuel in exchange for their billion dollar profits.i believe his opinion of the public is lower than our opinion of him. maybe his next trip will be to mexico. he has a big plane, could carry a lot of illegals back with him seeing that he wants them in this country.
hope

Chicago, IL

#5 Jun 13, 2008
I hope the Holy Spirit guides them well.
naschkatze

Redmond, OR

#6 Jun 13, 2008
"Your Eminence", you're looking good. Isn't there a diplomatic or protocol team to direct George Bush on the proper way to address a pope? I guess it's all part of the dumbing down thing.
Nostalgia

Allentown, PA

#7 Jun 13, 2008
Gosh, could this be President Bush's last trip to Europe already? How time flies. I remember when he was first elected and had never before been out of the country. He's come a long way hasn't he? Thank you, Mr. President, for making America everything it is today. The USA won't be the same without you.
Daryl

Oakland, CA

#8 Jun 13, 2008
If Barack Obama wins the presidency, he can visit Mecca.
Flavio Azzolini

France

#9 Jun 13, 2008
The Taliban people need autonomy; why are they fhigting?every people will be free.
Democracy can´t come out there, it was for all Countrys a long way,
I think more negociations might help instead of the bombing because of that tousands of civilians were killed.
Keith O

Lake Forest, IL

#10 Jun 13, 2008
bronellione wrote:
Why; wasnt there anything in the news about dennis kucinich's move to impeach Bush & Cheney?
Does Murdock control everything? Because the favored few want globalization, does that mean the rest of the world must kowtow to the elite? Why isnt there any coverage or reporting about the up-coming march on Washington on July 12?
Its not news. Impeachment proceedings were tabled. And very few care about the July 12th march since it costs too much to get to Washington these days. Sorry....
Albert Fournier

Tel Aviv, Israel

#11 Jun 14, 2008
No change in Syria's relationship with Iran.
Syrian Defense Minister Hassan Turkemani and a Syrian army delegation arrived in Iran for an official visit. While mentioning the ties between the two countries, as well as "recent regional developments," the Iranian Defense Minister expressed confidence that there would be no change in Syria's relationship with Iran. In addition to deep military and cultural ties, Syria is also heavily bound up with Iran financially. Iran is invested in Syrian car-manufacturing plants, a cement making facility, multi-million dollar wheat silos, fleets of buses and more. More about Syria : http://israelagainstterror.blogspot.com/2008/...
classless

United States

#12 Jun 15, 2008
Daryl wrote:
If Barack Obama wins the presidency, he can visit Mecca.
Maybe he can take you with him and leave you. The stories about him being a Moslem got old a long time, ago, they are still a lie, and he has done nothing to suggest that he favors Moslems.
dean

Aurora, IL

#13 Jun 15, 2008
Keith O wrote:
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Its not news. Impeachment proceedings were tabled. And very few care about the July 12th march since it costs too much to get to Washington these days. Sorry....
It is news.He should have been impeached toward the end of his first disatrous term. Anybody who defends this man is an idiot.
JRS

Milwaukee, WI

#14 Jun 15, 2008
dean wrote:
<quoted text> It is news.He should have been impeached toward the end of his first disatrous term. Anybody who defends this man is an idiot.
You are just a hateful dope.
Globalist Agenda

Chicago, IL

#15 Jun 15, 2008
He served his masters well. A quick tour to cross the pond to pick up his bonus check. When the uprising comes, better times lie ahead.
Meg

Chicago, IL

#16 Jun 15, 2008
I hope he's too tired to bomb Iran! This is truly one of the most sickening things I have ever read. To the Chicago Tribune ... why are you NOT CALLING FOR THIS MAN'S IMPEACHMENT AND IMPRISONMENT.
Meg

Chicago, IL

#17 Jun 15, 2008
Fournier, what is you're point?
copy editor

Chicago, IL

#18 Jun 15, 2008
More like Bush SUCKS in Europe, as he does everywhere else.

“White noise in my mind”

Since: Apr 08

Palos Hills, IL

#19 Jun 15, 2008
Wow, yet another traveling vacation for me. I haven't been on vacation in more 4 years.
ummm

Richmond, CA

#20 Jun 15, 2008
lazy, warmongering glutton

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