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#2 Sep 11, 2007
Its nice to see you've overlooked that he lied every step of the way. If he had any truth for the invasion of Iraq don't you think he would have gotten more support from around the world?
wether he was right or wrong he did it illegaly. Or does that matter?

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#4 Sep 11, 2007
Yes, I. Support. Terror.
Its funny how Colin Powell said he would produce the evidence needed and never did, and then stepped down. physical proof not hearsay is what they based there facts on. Tell me again what was the the reason to invade Iraq because pakistan, north korea, india, russia, the united kingdom, china, france all have nukes. so many american companies are making so much money from this war. its a joke. Also he defied the U.N. and went to war before he produce the evidence. Thats why the U.S. had little heip in their actions. Nobody believed them. If it wasn't for the fact that your country needed so much oil you would care about Iraq.

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#5 Sep 11, 2007
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First of all you are wrong! The intelligence, that all your people saw and agreed on pointed to wmd's.
When are you people going to get off the "he lied" crap? They all agreed. Do you know how hard it is to get that many peolpe to agree on the same thing. Even people who hate Bush and wanted him out before all of this agreed with the intelligence.
I guess you are just another terror supporter.
If Iraq's old weapons of mass destruction (WMD) program truly possessed the threat level that Bush has repeatedly purported, why did your historic allies not join a coalition to militarily disarm Saddam? Secondly, despite over 400 unfettered U.N inspections, there has been no evidence reported that Iraq has reconstituted its WMD program. Indeed, the Bush administration's claims about Iraq's WMD capability appear demonstrably false. Third, and despite Bush's repeated claims, the CIA has not found any links between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda.

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MR WARREN

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#6 Sep 11, 2007
antonyto wrote:
Its nice to see you've overlooked that he lied every step of the way. If he had any truth for the invasion of Iraq don't you think he would have gotten more support from around the world?
wether he was right or wrong he did it illegaly. Or does that matter?
don't you know you cannot argue with these type of people..they all think he is God.. no matter what you say you are wrong.you could have Jesus Christ standing next to you and you would still be wrong.

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TOBY

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#7 Sep 11, 2007
Antonyto---If you want to get down to the facts on the decision that Bush made Read The Bible.He went totally by scripture and did his best to solve this without a war.Nobody wants to see the death and destruction of a war,but if we pull out before the job is done then we will be considered cowards and ANYONE can do what they want with our country.

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mechanic

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#8 Sep 11, 2007
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I would like to personally thank the prez. Thank you for standing up for what we americans know ith the truth. It must be difficult to stand for what is right and what may not be popular. We will never know the pain you feel for the terrible choice you had to make to send troops into harms way. Most of know why you did and understand. It was not for us, but for our children and future generations. Just as the great generation did, so will this generation. They will fight the good fight against terror, hate and oppression.
All of your closet allies have been assasinated by the dems in their attempt to ruin america. What is next? Why will they not stand for what is right? The border was problem long before you took office. I can only imagin how a "hillary" type office will open the flood gate.
Please keep up the good work. Thank you Mr.President. There are still some good americans that belive in you.
I support our president also. It has to be awfully lonely sitting in the Oval office serving his elected duties during this time in american history. His time in office has not been appreciated by many and that has to make it even tougher. Many things he had no control over happened during his term in office.

History will be kind to him I am sure.

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CaptainH

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#9 Sep 11, 2007
The liberals are so blinded by their hatred of Bush since the 2000 election, that they seem to be perfectly willing to deliberately lose a war just so they can defeat one man.
Frankly, I think Al Gore, John Kerry, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean, and Ted Kennedy are crazy. I think that is why their poll numbers are so low - 13%! The people are not as stupid as the liberals claim - thank God for that!
This country is under a threat that we have not had seen since 1945, and the Democrats want to play politics with it. They have no rational thought, no shame, and no ideas. Just politics.
With all the mistakes of this war, I believe we would be in terrible shape if Al Gore had been elected. We would be spending all our time saving the North Pole, and doing nothing to save our own country.

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T-Rex

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#11 Sep 11, 2007
I wonder why many of you would rather lie with the enemy, than stand for your country. Turncoats

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#12 Sep 11, 2007
MR WARREN wrote:
<quoted text>don't you know you cannot argue with these type of people..they all think he is God.. no matter what you say you are wrong.you could have Jesus Christ standing next to you and you would still be wrong.
No, we do not think he's God. However, to continue this CONSTANT drumbeat of,"he lied, no wmd's, blah blah blah..."
You people are the epitomey of ignorant because you can't see the bigger picture.
Through your hatred you'd refuse to recognize the truth if it slapped you in the face. Hell, even OSBL agrees with you, so what's that tell you-he's on YOUR side. History will prove Bush right on this one. By then, hopefully you all will finally get the fact that you sided with the terrorist. Hindsight 20/20...

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Jakarta, Indonesia

#13 Sep 11, 2007
professer wrote:
I would like to personally thank the prez. Thank you for standing up for what we americans know ith the truth. It must be difficult to stand for what is right and what may not be popular. We will never know the pain you feel for the terrible choice you had to make to send troops into harms way. Most of know why you did and understand. It was not for us, but for our children and future generations. Just as the great generation did, so will this generation. They will fight the good fight against terror, hate and oppression.
All of your closet allies have been assasinated by the dems in their attempt to ruin america. What is next? Why will they not stand for what is right? The border was problem long before you took office. I can only imagin how a "hillary" type office will open the flood gate.
Please keep up the good work. Thank you Mr.President. There are still some good americans that belive in you.
But not many according to the polls.
How do you know he feels any pain? And acting for future generations? Please! What trash! His actions to date demonstrate a callous disregard for the lives of young American in particular, and for human life in general. And there is no "good fight" and there will be no victors, just losers all round. And you take pride in this?

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#14 Sep 11, 2007
antonyto wrote:
<quoted text>If Iraq's old weapons of mass destruction (WMD) program truly possessed the threat level that Bush has repeatedly purported, why did your historic allies not join a coalition to militarily disarm Saddam? Secondly, despite over 400 unfettered U.N inspections, there has been no evidence reported that Iraq has reconstituted its WMD program. Indeed, the Bush administration's claims about Iraq's WMD capability appear demonstrably false. Third, and despite Bush's repeated claims, the CIA has not found any links between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda.
Information was given since the late 1990's saying that Saddam had WMD. Everyone had that information, but nothing to the contrary, so assumptions were made that the info was solid. Faulty intellignece came from the CIA and FBI, so any of their info becomes questionable, even that re: a Saddam-Al Quaeda connection.

As for Powell, he did his job based on evidence that was accepted at the time as being true. He stepped down because he knew the plans for Iraq weren't in order, no contingency at all, just a bunch of worst case scenarios with no plans for any of them, much less the insurgency afterward, and a civil war to boot. Rumsfeld had final input on how many troops it would take and on the planning and of course his generals agreed with him. Hell, Powell even had the first Bush admin slacked jawed when he told them it would take about half a million troops to secure SA and to oust Saddam from Kuwait during the first Gulf War, and that wasn't even taking in consideration going into Baghdad to overthrow Saddam which was never part of the plan anyway.

This time though, there was no clear mission and the admin should've listened to Powell. The Defense Dept failed miserably in its planning, or lack thereof rather. Our intelligence failed miserably obviously. While I do agree that a President should have solid evidence to present to the people, Bush presented the evidence that had been touted for years before he came to office even and almost every single member of Congress supported it. Maybe the few who didn't, knew the intelligence wasn't reliable, but the majority rules and they thought it was solid also.

I don't like a lot of things Bush does, but all the blame can not honestly be placed on him. The whole admin, yes. That is where the blame lies. And it would be an illegal war, had war ever been undeclared after ousting Saddam from Kuwait. Since it hadn't, we had technically been at war with Iraq for years anyway.

I do not support this war, but we must put things in perspective rather than irrationally spouting hateful remarks regarding our leaders. Even if it is Bush.

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#15 Sep 11, 2007
wavesport wrote:
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First of all you are wrong! The intelligence, that all your people saw and agreed on pointed to wmd's.
When are you people going to get off the "he lied" crap? They all agreed. Do you know how hard it is to get that many peolpe to agree on the same thing. Even people who hate Bush and wanted him out before all of this agreed with the intelligence.
I guess you are just another terror supporter.
Who agreed? I recall such "agreement" was far from universal.
And saying someone supports terror for disagreeing with you is a classic Bush line ("You are with us or against us?"), borrowed more recently by his number one fan bin Laden. Are you so blinkered (or insecure in you stance) that you cannot even see room for an alternative point of view?

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mechanic

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#16 Sep 11, 2007
CaptainH wrote:
The liberals are so blinded by their hatred of Bush since the 2000 election, that they seem to be perfectly willing to deliberately lose a war just so they can defeat one man.
Frankly, I think Al Gore, John Kerry, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean, and Ted Kennedy are crazy. I think that is why their poll numbers are so low - 13%! The people are not as stupid as the liberals claim - thank God for that!
This country is under a threat that we have not had seen since 1945, and the Democrats want to play politics with it. They have no rational thought, no shame, and no ideas. Just politics.
With all the mistakes of this war, I believe we would be in terrible shape if Al Gore had been elected. We would be spending all our time saving the North Pole, and doing nothing to save our own country.
I will be a stand in for President George W Bush to day and thank his supporters from the bottom of his heart. This president does on occasion shed tears. He has a heart and I am sure he thanks you for your support.

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#17 Sep 11, 2007
T-Rex wrote:
I wonder why many of you would rather lie with the enemy, than stand for your country. Turncoats
Well sheeee-iiit! "My country right or wrong." Almost makes me wish I was an American.

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#18 Sep 11, 2007
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Yes, I. Support. Terror.
Its funny how Colin Powell said he would produce the evidence needed and never did, and then stepped down. physical proof not hearsay is what they based there facts on. Tell me again what was the the reason to invade Iraq because pakistan, north korea, india, russia, the united kingdom, china, france all have nukes. so many american companies are making so much money from this war. its a joke. Also he defied the U.N. and went to war before he produce the evidence. Thats why the U.S. had little heip in their actions. Nobody believed them. If it wasn't for the fact that your country needed so much oil you would care about Iraq.
BTW, if it was all about oil, why woudn't we just send troops up there to Canada and down to Mexico and take the oil there? It's much closer, would be much cheaper and we wouldn't need a lot of troops either. You think a nation sends troops half way around the world just for oil? We have plenty here!

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#20 Sep 11, 2007
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History will be kind to him I am sure.
I agree. History will probably say he was a simple and weak man who found himself completely out of his depth, surrounded by war-loving advisors, and who made a series of catastrophic decisions that needlessly wasted millions of lives, rather than saying he was an evil hate-monger who attempted to launch history's greatest genocide.

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T-Rex

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#21 Sep 11, 2007
If you were you may have a better grasp on what is right and what is wrong
AsiaSauce wrote:
<quoted text>Well sheeee-iiit! "My country right or wrong." Almost makes me wish I was an American.

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#22 Sep 11, 2007
Your president is evil. Your government is evil. Your citizens are brainwashed on every issue. I would like to believe most of your population are rational thinkers like we are in canada. If you've ever travelled the world and even lived abroad you would see how diiferent the world really is compared to the fish bowl you live in. The U.S. is consumed by greed and taking everything it can with the least amount of effort with maximum gains. unlike you i have an opinion on what goes on in the world and have made my own conclusions.

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Michael

Clearwater, FL

#24 Sep 11, 2007
Bush a hero?
I guess Barnum was right!

I think that history will judge Bush by what he's done:
Used his family's money to avoid prosecution for DUI.
Used his family's influence to avoid military service.
Used his family's money to buy a barely-passing college degree.
Put together a financial group for the sole purpose of conning the city of Arlington, Tx.
Mandated a very creative system of reporting progress in the Texas public schools subesquently fooling the general public into thinking that a system that had totally failed its students was a success.
Managed an oil company into bankruptcy.
Faced with the fact that he couldn't win on his own merit, he mounted vicious smear campaigns against every political opponent.
Manufactured evidence for the sake of drawing the United States into an illegal occupation of a sovereign nation creating a focal point for an otherwise segmented and unorganized terror network.
Conspired with a puppet government in Iraq to get up to 80% of the Iraqi oil rights in the hands of US oil companies.
Set up secret prisons for the purpose of detention and torture unfettered by the Geneva Convention.
Subverted the concept of 3 separate but equal branches of government conspiring to align the Executive and Judicial branches to diminish the effect of the one branch of government that speaks for the constituancy creating a facist imperial form of government.
Put himself above the Constitution.

Some hero

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#25 Sep 11, 2007
Some1 Else wrote:
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BTW, if it was all about oil, why woudn't we just send troops up there to Canada and down to Mexico and take the oil there? It's much closer, would be much cheaper and we wouldn't need a lot of troops either. You think a nation sends troops half way around the world just for oil? We have plenty here!
well the U.S. is the #1 buyer of Alberta's oil feilds...... Its so much deeper than that. If you invaded Canada to take our oil 90% of the world would come to our aid. nobody in the world hates Canada. If you would like to take the time and read about the real reasons for the war check this out. http://www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/RRiraqWar...

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