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“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#83002 May 30, 2013
Hairy Peed wrote:
<quoted text>Good thing we Democrats were on board with President Bush on his WMD claims. Still molesting children?
Bush lied to everyone. In the old days, we could depend upon the president to tell the truth.

History shows that Bush had several reports on his desk which clearly showed that Iraq did not have WMD, but he (or, more likely Dick Cheney) decided to ignore those reports and to wage war on a third-world country which was not responsible for 9/11 or WMD.

There's "no business" like "WAR BUSINESS" -- especially when it involves taking charge of a country's oil reserves.

(Still defending Bush43 and Cheney, neither of whom can travel outside the US, because they know that Interpol will arrest them and that they will be tried in an international court for war crimes?)
mEAT me in st louie

United States

#83003 May 31, 2013
sad wrote:
<quoted text>
You obviously are clueless. Sorry lady, I'm not a baptist but I sure can spot a moron....found you!
Oh... but you work at WalMart...I can sure spot a loser...found you!

Better do like Sarah Palin...quit while you can!
Lauras Bush

United States

#83004 May 31, 2013
George W. Bush Bikes With Injured Vets, Reflects On White House Decisions, Life After The Presidency

Things are much quieter in Crawford, too. The Crawford Coffee Station and the Yellow Rose souvenir shop across the street ("Bush gifts," "Western gifts," as well as guns and ammo sold there) were both hubs of activity when Bush was president. Now both shops are closed.

The back roads to Bush's ranch, after you pass Waco, go on for some time, cutting through miles of open farmland. It feels like the middle of nowhere, because it is. I had hitched a ride with a Warrior 100K volunteer, Jack Sparkes, on the ride's first day. In the predawn twilight, he steered his truck through the one-stoplight downtown and off Route 317.

A firefly veered toward the windshield as we rounded a bend. A few minutes later, we drove past the triangle of grass where anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan had protested against Bush after her son, Army Spc. Casey Sheehan, was killed in action outside Baghdad, Iraq, in 2004.

The memory of Sheehan's protest was as fresh as anything else that made Crawford hop whenever Bush vacationed here during his eight-year presidency. Sparkes mentioned it, as did McKinnon when I rode past the spot with him the next day.

And for Bush himself, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan remain fresh memories. They were, of course, the reason he was hosting the ride.

I asked Bush if he felt responsible for the injuries suffered by the men he was hosting and riding with.

"Well, to a certain extent you can't help it, because had I not made decisions I made, they wouldn't have been in combat," Bush said. "On the other hand, every one of these men were volunteers. None of them are angry. They themselves don't blame anybody. And so I believe strongly that the decisions I made were the right decisions, you know? I knew going in that there were bad consequences to war. That's why, if people study my decision, they would recognize I tried to solve the problems diplomatically."

That last is, of course, a controversial view. Many believe Bush made up his mind to go to war after the 9/11 attacks and simply went through the motions of building a coalition and bringing the matter to the United Nations to pacify critics.

But it is clear that Bush is relaxed and at peace in his post-presidency, not haunted by demons of self-doubt or driven by an urge to endlessly litigate his most controversial choices. There is a slight defensive crouch to his 2010 book, Decision Points, and to his library, which lays out the information he had as he confronted different challenges and asks visitors to make their own decisions. He seems to mean it, however, when he says that people will reach their own conclusions and that he doesn't mind if they still disagree with him.

Bush still searched for a few more words when it came to the individual men and women who had suffered often gruesome injuries in the two wars.

"You know, I don't feel sorry for them, because they don't feel sorry for themselves," he said.
Lauras Bush

United States

#83005 May 31, 2013
I don't know how W can look these brave men and women in the eye after his war with Iraq/ Did anyone honestly expect such a simple mind to be weighed down by introspection and conflict?
Lauras Bush

United States

#83006 May 31, 2013
There will be peace for us when Bush is arrested as a War Criminal.
Lauras Bush

United States

#83007 May 31, 2013
At peace?

Hmmmmm, were you privy to a gut wrenching repentance bush took part in before Almighty God that resulting in soul cleansing?

If he has a shred of morality left, W would be full of sorrow for his lies and the untold deaths he has caused.

Peace? not even in the next life will he have peace until he apologizes for destroying America, killing the innocent, dissing the poor, and walking on mankind for his own selfish gain and greed.

How presumptuous of you. Peace? I think not.
Perhaps no conscience would be the verdict.
Lauras Bush

United States

#83008 May 31, 2013
George W. Bush, a piece of work, obliviously at peace, who left thousands of lives in pieces.
Banana Republic an

United States

#83009 May 31, 2013
I don't know how he can do it after getting out of Vietnam, through parental favor.
Because he's still in denial. He doesn't think he made any bad decisions in 8 years.
Banana Republic an

United States

#83010 May 31, 2013
I cried, too...that he's not in the Hague.

I lived through 8 years of him. I do not need too read an entire article from a man, who said after 9/11 to go spend. Nuff said.

W caused the mess were still in!!!
Banana Republic an

United States

#83011 May 31, 2013
Why Bush is so under the radar these days?

Bush tried to take a World tour, he almost landed in a War Crimes Trial.

So his 40 miles of biking trails will have to do
Banana Republic an

United States

#83012 May 31, 2013
The Bush Legacy...More Like NIGHTMARE!!!!

Destroy and dismantle everything in your path, then go off by yourself and find peace at taxpayer expense. Priceless......
Besara

Des Moines, IA

#83013 May 31, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
Bush lied to everyone. In the old days, we could depend upon the president to tell the truth.
History shows that Bush had several reports on his desk which clearly showed that Iraq did not have WMD, but he (or, more likely Dick Cheney) decided to ignore those reports and to wage war on a third-world country which was not responsible for 9/11 or WMD.
There's "no business" like "WAR BUSINESS" -- especially when it involves taking charge of a country's oil reserves.
(Still defending Bush43 and Cheney, neither of whom can travel outside the US, because they know that Interpol will arrest them and that they will be tried in an international court for war crimes?)
Higher up Dems got the same intelligence Bush did. Nice try to exonerate your party of allegiance, comrade sheep.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#83014 May 31, 2013
Lauras Bush wrote:
George W. Bush Bikes With Injured Vets, Reflects On White House Decisions, Life After The Presidency
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Bush still searched for a few more words when it came to the individual men and women who had suffered often gruesome injuries in the two wars.
"You know, I don't feel sorry for them, because they don't feel sorry for themselves," he said.
Wow!

Then how about the 2 million Iraqis displaced during that war? Some of them probably feel sorry for themselves for all the hardships you forced them to endure, Mr. Ex-President.

How about the 100,000+ Iraqis killed during the Iraq War, Mr. Ex-President? I suppose you don't feel any sorrow about those deaths, since those casualties can no longer feel sorry about themselves.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#83015 May 31, 2013
Lauras Bush wrote:
There will be peace for us when Bush is arrested as a War Criminal.
Because Bush43 started the illegal, immoral, illogical, unnecessary Iraq War, for the first time in my life I felt shame at what the US had done, under his "leadership."
Norton

Kansas City, MO

#83016 May 31, 2013
Guest wrote:
This thread has reached an all time low.
I agree! Too many can't have a conversation without vulgarity! However, that's shows their level of intelligence so what else could one expect!

CHEERS!

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#83017 May 31, 2013
Besara wrote:
<quoted text>Higher up Dems got the same intelligence Bush did. Nice try to exonerate your party of allegiance, comrade sheep.
No. Your so-called "higher-up Dems" did NOT get the same intelligence that the president did. The Dems mainly got the manipulated ("cooked") intelligence that Bush and Cheney were feeding the nation and the world.

As but one example, on September 11, 2002, the National Security Council (NSC) staff contacted the CIA to clear language for possible use by the President Bush in speeches. The language cleared by the CIA said, "Iraq has made several attempts to buy high strength aluminum tubes used in centrifuges to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons. And we also know this: within the past few years, Iraq has resumed efforts to obtain large quantities of a type of uranium oxide known as yellowcake, which is an essential ingredient of this process."

Bush had reports on his desk with information from the British, noting that the Italian information about the yellowcake was doubtful, and of "suspicious origin."

Vice-President Cheney made an unprecedented visit to CIA headquarters to sit at the desk of a low-level intelligence analyst, encouraging him to state that the "aluminum tubes" were for use in enriching uranium! There were two obvious indications that the tubes were not for uranium enrichment: 1) the tubes were to be painted and paint would contaminate the uranium; and 2) part of the "justification" for calling the purpose of the tubes was the "close manufacturing tolerances" of the tube thickness, despite the fact that the thickness of common aluminum soda cans has the similar manufacturing tolerances.

Imagine! The Vice-President of the United States sitting at the desk of a low-level CIA analyst -- encouraging the analyst to officially state that the aluminum tubes were for uranium-enrichment centrifuges! This is another example of Bush-Cheney "cooking" the intelligence -- and at a personal level.

In point of fact, those tubes were ordered for military rockets, which fact was verified after the Iraq War, and which information the Iraqis had stated to the UN prior to the Iraq War.

"Besara," why do you feel the necessity of protecting Bush and Cheney from their crimes? Perhaps it is because you know that they are guilty.
The Burning Bush

United States

#83018 May 31, 2013
Norton wrote:
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I agree! Too many can't have a conversation without vulgarity! However, that's shows their level of intelligence so what else could one expect!
CHEERS!
God didn't create man, Man created Gods!
guest

Belleville, IL

#83019 May 31, 2013
Hi
guest

Belleville, IL

#83020 May 31, 2013
Hw
Sad

Saint Louis, MO

#83021 May 31, 2013
mEAT me in st louie wrote:
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Oh... but you work at WalMart...I can sure spot a loser...found you!
Better do like Sarah Palin...quit while you can!
I don't work at Walmart although I do have a job. Probably one you would disapprove of, you know a corporate job that pays its employees for their time and labor worked, a job that pays people what they work for and not because they are "entitled".

Is that all you got......moron?

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