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Bush's Speech: More Of The Same

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Bush's Speech: More Of The Same

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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: January 12, 2007 09:50PM

Anyone who still supports this piece of shit has got to be a stupid ASSHOLE! Bush will go down in history as the worst President ever. What an ASSHOLE he is!

shaDEz Report This Comment
Date: January 12, 2007 11:13PM

i think he's done a fine job of accomplishing the reason why he was put in there... what ever that might be... muahahahahaha...
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: January 13, 2007 02:53AM

tell it how it is brother
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: January 13, 2007 07:39AM

I didn't vote for him in the 2000 election but I did vote for him in the 2004 election and the reason I voted for him hasn't changed so why should I stop supporting him? My only problem with him is that he stopped with Iraq instead of continuing on throughout the entire middle east and he is should not be wasting time and money rebuilding Iraq and Afghanistan. Let them rebuild themselves.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: January 13, 2007 10:41AM

George W. Bush: A Symptom of Disease
By Charles Sullivan
01/12/07 "Information Clearing House" -- - Sometimes you look around and wonder how things could have gone so wrong so quickly. America has become the antithesis of everything she purports to be. We are the greatest purveyors of violence the world has ever known; the largest weapons dealers on earth; and death and misery are our principal exports. Everything is for sale here, even men’s tormented souls—at least, those who still possess them.
Our imperial leader, an impish little man with clear sociopathic symptoms, is incapable of empathy for the struggles of the common people, as those born into wealth and privilege often are. The man with his finger on the nuclear detonator is mentally ill, incapable of remorse—a fact that should terrify every world citizen. I do not say this out of malice or to demean the president; it is simply a statement of fact based upon quantifiable evidence that any student of psychology would easily recognize.
The fact that such a misfit could ascend to the presidency is testimony to the effectiveness of the capital system. Under capitalism, political power is not derived from the people, as would be the case in a democracy; nor does it not flow from the bottom up—it matriculates from the top down. It is really quite simple: The men and women who are in office were put there by people with immense wealth to represent the interests of the wealthy, to make money for them. And that is exactly what they are doing.
In many ways, George W. Bush is the perfect man for the job, if one understands what his real work entails as an emissary of the ruling class. He possesses all of the qualifications the vocation requires: callousness and indifference to the needs of others, the absence of conscience, truncated mental capacity; the inability to reason and to analyze; the incapacity to admit wrong doing; a penchant for cruelty that includes the enjoyment of inflicting pain and torture on others, as well as a powerful sense of nobility and entitlement that stems from being born into wealth and privilege. He is also a pathological liar.
From the president’s sickly perspective, the admission of failure is equivalent to a declaration of weakness and indecision, which explains his inability to change course, even if it means the destruction of America. Thus he has no guilt about sending thousands more men and women to kill and die in Iraq. You see, the president’s mind is defective. It does not work like the minds of normal human beings.

Corporate America placed George W. Bush in the White House to wage endless war; to bankrupt the federal treasury to the extent that few social programs will survive, and virtually all of our tax dollars will go into supporting the military industrial complex. The people who put him in office intend to end public ownership of the commons, as well as all government programs that do not directly benefit the wealthy.
Let me clarify what this entails. If Bush and his handlers prevail in the class struggle, all social programs of value to the middle class and the poor, including Social Security, will be privatized and run for profit. The National Parks, National Forests, and all public lands will be privatized, and divvied up to private vendors such as the Disney Corporation. The public school system, like the public airwaves, will become for profit entities to serve corporate interests. Educating our children will be of secondary importance to the profitability of the corporations managing the schools. Every public service will be transferred to the private sector in order provide more wealth to corporate America at public expense.

We see the foundations of privatization being laid in Iraq by the war profiteers. Billions of dollars in stolen wealth are being hauled out of Iraq by the very same corporations that lobbied for war. War is money and in America money is power to control the political process. It is a vicious cycle that will not end until the people recognize it for what it is and rise up against it.
Certainly no man of conscience or integrity could so easily betray the people of America he is sworn to serve. That is why George W. Bush is the right man for the job and he is abetted by a compliant Congress acting under the influence of corporate lobbyists. But the president and his accomplices in Congress are only symptoms of a more pervasive disease that deeply afflicts our political system—capitalism. Class war is being waged simultaneously on many fronts and the dough keeps rolling in.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: January 13, 2007 06:46PM

A man of conscience and integrity, though he does not wish to fight and see our kids and others die, will not walk away from this fight because to do so will mean an even greater fight for life that our grandchildren will have to endure at the hands of an enemy that has sworn before his God to see us dead even at the cost of his own life. A person who believes that to kill and die is how to glorify his God is not a person to believe one can treat with. One cannot placate these people and if we do not subdue them while they are relatively weak, the global warming our grandkids will feel will be from the nuclear bombs fired at them by the radical Islamists who will be happy to die in those same nuclear fires.
Grow a spine, for God's sake, before you get everyone killed, you cowardly dumbasses, and quit blaming it on money and vilifying the people who are actually trying to prevent an even greater loss of life in the future. I'm no fan of G.W., but he is trying to do the right thing and I think it shows a great deal of conscience and integrity that he is continuing on in spite of the whining being done by so many - that's what leaders sometimes have to do, just ask anyone in any kind of management position.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 14, 2007 03:31AM


The Shrub a man of conscience and intregrity ? hahahaahahhahahahah.

that is the rhetoric W used to get dummies to vote for him.

W is, as are most americans, so far from christian that he feels compelled to kill other humans many times over. Hell has a throne waiting for him.

Maybe you should get out of bumfuck wherever you call home and see the non-white world some time. You might actually gain some perspective on the words you just uttered. Right now a muslim or an asian just uttered the same words with americans as the subject.

They would have good cause considering the US likes to make mountains out of mole hills and overreact to everything with military force.

Many americans who support dipshit W believe americans have been empowered by God as the superior people on the planet. God could give a shit about americans or any one else for that matter. God does not pick sides. There is no good and evil. That garbage is MAN made to justify the fucked up actions of men.

What would you do if God made an appearance and said "I want the muslims to take out the christians for a few hundred years" ? Would you defy God or would you comply with God's will ? Ain't that a bitch!

So when christians and arian white people get off their high horse, maybe the world will be a better place. My bet is against that because white people feel inferior in every aspect of human endeavor. This is why they feel the need to control the world.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: January 14, 2007 07:38AM

Nice job Quasi. Beast is an excellent example of what many people do who still want to keep political correctness. They vilify the victims and give a free pass to the perpitrators. Radical Islam is the true danger for the world in the very near future and to condemn the people who are at least trying to do something to prevent an even greater war in the future is very short sighted. The only way to deal with these radicals is with death. That is the only thing they understand. They do not want a peace treaty with anyone not of their faith. These people want only to convert or kill anyone who is not Islam. They follow the teaching of Mohammad(sp) to the letter in their own interpretations of the Koran. These kind of people cannot be dealt with diplomatically and they will not stop unless stopped by force. Geroge Bush seems to understand this and is trying to do something, even though I think he is not going far enough. If we bury our heads in the sand and ignore the threat they will gain even more power and will bring about so much death and destruction in the world it will eventually destroy us all. Beast, call me names all you want it will not change anything. I know you secretly believe what I say is true but it scares you so much that you can only insult others in denial of your true feelings.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: January 14, 2007 10:39AM

The majority of Americans who are in favor of this war (as opposed to an even greater war that would come later if we quit now) want to be able to wake up each morning in a world were they, the rest of the world, and the generations to follow don't have to worry about radicals who are sworn to kill all those who don't believe as they do. We're all for different cultures and faiths living together peacefully on this small planet, that's what America is about, but unfortunately there are those who believe differently that force us to defeat then if we're going to have that kind of world. I'm very sorry you believe the racist propaganda that says otherwise, beast, because your kind of thinking and the thinking of others who have been brainwashed into thinking the US is an evil empire is what is going to keep the fuels of the wars flowing.

At the risk of using a very old cliche, beast, if you don't like this country, then leave it, go live with your terrorist buddies - then you can start blowing up innocent people just like you believe is so right.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 14, 2007 04:54PM


That is the conservative comeback that deserves the biggest beatdown of all.

"if you don't like this country, then leave it"

People who make comments that oppose Dipshit Bush and lessening group of supporters, do not hate america.

They will not tolerate the hatred of people like jgoins who espouse racist ideas.

So the mission of decent americans is to rid america of americans that act on their racist views.

Taking or supporting military action on people because you disagree with their culture because it is different than yours is wrong and action should be taken to stop it.

Pea brains like jgoins and others need to be exposed for the chickenlittle foreign policy philosphy they have. Chickenlittle believes people of the muslim faith are all bad and would clear the middle east of every last one muslim.

Scum like chickenlittle are of the same ilk as arian nation and KKK members. They hate without reason. And they fail to hate their own that commit the same acts.

I bet jgoins has a picture of her hero Timothy McVeigh hanging on the wall.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: January 14, 2007 06:51PM

"Taking or supporting military action on people because you disagree with their culture because it is different than yours is wrong and action should be taken to stop it."

Finally you agree with why we're still fighting in Iraq. We're taking action against radicals who are blowing up and threatening to blow up many more people who disagree with their culture, even if they worship the same prophet. That sounds a lot like racism to me and action should definitely be taken to stop it. Way to go, beast, now you've got the idea.smileys
with beer
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 15, 2007 12:42AM


You are missing 1 degree of seperation. You missed the cause of 9-11. Convenient because it fits deep rooted hatred of muslim people by many.

9-11 did not happen without a cause. The cause is NOT that radical islamists decided to bomb the US for a culture difference. That is complete horseshit thought up as a cover story for the real reason of many terrorist events.

If you are not going to look at the history of events leading to 9-11 and beyond, then you don't wish to stop future 9-11s. You and others only want to act out your hatred of people of a different culture because a small group of them got pissed off at French, British, and US aggression in their countries over the last 150yrs.

A small group of muslims were able to finally fight back against countries with vastly superior military weapons and training to say "Enough".

That is the history of 9-11. Nothing else.

You can delude yourself that those who carried out 9-11 acted without cause but that denies history and hindsight.

Iraq is a different animal altogether. Iraq has had a civil war for 60 years since the British left and the Ba'athe party took power in Iraq.

The US military is not fighting a war with anyone in Iraq. They are attempting to act as policemen (which is not their function) in the war between Sunni and Shia. So any soldier who is proud to take part in that aspect in Iraq is a fool. But the Bush admin set them up to be fools. Its sad to see our servicemen believing the con job the Bush admin has told them.

Quasi .. you and others need to look at the root cause of a problem rather than the surface.


"I think now, looking back, we did not fight the enemy; we fought ourselves. The enemy was in us."
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: January 15, 2007 08:18AM

Beast you know nothing of me or anyone else for that matter. 9-11 was done for one reason. Al Qaeda did this to increase their influence around the world thereby increasing their ranks. This was their first step to bring about the holy war they desire of Islam against the world. We have delayed it but not stopped it. It is not racism when one opposes a certain religion because a religion can be made up of many races. I have no problem with people practicng their religion just the way they practice it when they subvert that religion as a reason to kill people. When these people finallly gain nuclear weapons in the name of their warped idea of their religion, you will see how wrong you have been, it may not be today, tomorrow or the next day but it will happen.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 15, 2007 01:20PM

jgoins ... chickenlittle

Oh no ... Al Qeada is coming to get us! What a fucking moron. Al Qeada is a made up name to tie hundreds of muslim terrorist groups together by the CIA.

Al Qeada is not an international religious group seeking world domination like those in a James Bond film. These groups want non-muslim countries to get out of their land. That's it. Seems an easy proposition too.

It seems you have taken the Bush administrations bait, been hooked, and pulled into the boat. Get a fucking clue.

Talk of "Holy War" is a redherring. The CIA taught key leaders like Bin Laden to recruit using islam as a tool. How do you think they got so many people to fight the russians in Afghanistan ?

The leaders motivation has nothing to do with religion. They are doing what they need to to get foot soldiers to strike US aggression in the muslim world.

It seems you want shun the truth for a BS idea that goes against human nature. Human nature is to wait until someone gives you a reason to strike them. Given the history of the French, British, and US militaries in the muslim world over the last 150 years, the answer should be obvious.

Those who strike first usually act out of fear of something they do not understand. A sign of the weak.

Keep sucking the racist cock jgoins. It is racist when you base your opinions on zero knowledge of islam and completely WRONG idea that Al Qeada and the actions on 9-11 are religion based. It only leaves racism as the root of your hatred.

Do you hate Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols ? Or do you give them a pass because they are white ? They killed innocent civilians without ever being given a reason for such an attack.

9-11 was the fruit of CIA and US military aggression. A reason.

There are thousands of white americans that train in paramilitary camps across the US that want to attack or overthrow the US government. They recruit by using racial hatred on issues like immigration, welfare, and affirmative action.

Where is the concern that these white people will bomb another federal building ? They are already inside the country as US citizens. They don't have to get on a plane to get here. And they don't need passports.

They commit crimes all across the US to finance their operations. They recruit lost kids who are looking for a group to feel a sense of family.

These people are waiting for their next opportunity to strike and 99% of americans would never even recognize them.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: January 16, 2007 08:03AM

Beast you are a fucking idiot. I did hate McVeigh for everything he stood for and do not support those who want to overthrow our government no matter what color they are. I may be somewhat racist but to use racism to describe my dislike for Islam is not the proper term. I don't like Catholics either, is that racism? I remember Al Qaeda being reported on as far back as the mid '70s and the members themselves even use the title. Once again you are a fucking idiot.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 02:45AM

jgoins ... chickenlittle

Horseshit. You never heard Al Qeada until the 90s after the Soviet\Afghan war was over. You're full of it .. again.

The origins of the name "Al-Qaeda," and its real arabic connotations prove that every time the Bush administration, Fox News, or any individual who cites the threat of "Al-Qaeda," as a mandate for war and domestic authoritarianism, they are propagating the myth that such a group ever existed.

An organization by the name of "Al-Qaeda" does not exist and has never existed outside a falsely coined collective term for offshoot loose knit terror cells, the majority of which are guided by the Pakistani ISI, Mossad, the Saudis, MI6 and the CIA, that were created in response to America's actions after 9/11 - as the recent NIE report shows.

Although "al-Qaeda" is the name of the organization used in popular culture, the organization does not use the name to formally refer to itself. The name "al-Qaeda" was coined by the American Federal Government based on the name of a computer file of Osama bin Laden's that listed the names of contacts he had made in Afghanistan, which talks about the organization as the al_Qaeda_al_Jihad ("the base of the jihad"winking

Know what the fuck you are talking about before you open your piehole. Ass!
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 08:06AM

You have proved nothing. I remember news broadcasts from the 70s which mentioned Al Qaeda along with other terrorists groups in connection to attacks and bombings of the era. I was an adult during that era not in diapers like you probably were at the time.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 08:38AM

how about Oliver Norths "interview" with Al Gore way back when?

Gore: "Osama Bin who?"
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 11:03AM

jgoins ... chickenlittle

You remember that you got laid in the 70s but that was wrong too.


Alright CRAPPER, when was the interview ?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 03:46PM

I'll have to dig it up for ya. I'm really busy lately, but i will endeavor to smite ya once again. smiling
bouncing smiley
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 03:59PM

you had to see it. Ollie said he (bin laden) was the most evil person on the planet.........and bin laden had threatened his family......and he needed to be killed.....

quasi Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 05:51PM

Duck is a name made by who knows who to describe several varieties of a certain type of waterfowl. Still, I bet if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, beast will call it a duck, even though it's just a made up name.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 07:18PM


IN-COMING!!! smiling
bouncing smiley
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 09:08PM

Sure I admit that Ollie North knew Bin Laden. But Ollie North did not know Al Qaeda. No one knew the name Al Qaeda until the mid 90s when the CIA read a contact file list made by Bin Laden.

Nice try chumps but wrong again.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 17, 2007 09:11PM

i can't seem to find the video....i suck at searching shit like that. someone gimme a little help please. smiling
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: January 18, 2007 08:15AM

First paragraph Bin Laden explains the origin of the name.

Only one possibility, there are many more around.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: January 18, 2007 06:23PM


There goes one of those whatchamacallits now! Quick, beast, throw a treaty at it before it shits on your head!
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: January 18, 2007 07:30PM

quasi Report This Comment
Date: January 18, 2007 07:46PM

You know, this picture of GW does kind of look like he's trying to do a duck call.
I can hear him now, "Here's what will do. I'll do my Texas duck call and when the little bastards fly this way, you blast 'em with your shotgun, Dick. Uh, on second thought, maybe you better let Condi take a shot instead, buddy."

See, he can change direction.