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Friday, April 11, 2008

GEORGE W BUSH TOOK AN OATH AND LIED ~ NOW WHAT U.S. AMERICANS?

GEORGE W BUSH, OSAMA BIN LADEN AND DEATH

The USA under leadership of George W Bush bombed Iraq in March 2003. Bin Laden is the accepted leader behind the attack on the USA September 11, 2001. The point of the USA Iraq war is not one point, but ever-changing lies for stated reasons for doing it. What we have is a mess. What we have is hardly "liberator status". What we have is a President who has broken the law, ignored, not protected the United States Constitution as he took an oath to do. Twice.

Osama Bin Laden hates the USA. We know his point. He wanted to kill us. He wanted to frighten us.

Now Iraq and Iran appear to be coming together and talking with one another. Which one's plan, Bush or Bin Laden's does that work the best for? I gather for Bin Laden.

The numbers of those who died at the hands of Bin Laden in 2001 and at the hands of George W Bush's poorly planned purposes and war are worth noting.

Documented Iraqi civilian deaths from violence:

82,771 – 90,304 deaths

Deaths in each week from 2003–2007

Deaths per day from vehicle bombs

Deaths per day from vehicle bombs

Deaths pre day from gunfire / executions

Deaths per day from gunfire / executions

Source: Iraq Body Count



Casualites in Iraq
The Human Cost of Occupation

Latest Fatality Apr. 9, 2008
Page last updated 04/10/08 11:34 am EDT
Iraqi Casualties


USA deaths so far from USA's War in Iraq is over 4,032 since March 2003

September 11, 2001 Death List
Confirmed dead: 2948
Reported dead: 24
Reported missing: 24
Total: 2996
Source: Honorable Website of those killed September 11, 2001 ~ Victim List

Some websites about deaths from USA's War in Iraq:
Lives Killled in USA's War in Iraq

USA Iraq Casualty Count including Great Britain's casualties

Graph of Iraqi deaths

George W Bush has broken laws and I would like to see him tried.

Truth and justice are more important than George W Bush, Dick Cheney and all the "kings'" men and women.
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Bush Worse than Watergate Keith Olbermann and John Dean
April 11, 2008
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We Torture ~ USA Rationalizing Torture
From: Obamacitizens

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Part 1 of 11 parts of “Buying the War” from PBS' Bill Moyers Journal
From: biggesthoax of Singapore

Uploaded April 25, 2007

BILL MOYERS: FOUR YEARS AGO THIS SPRING THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION TOOK LEAVE OF REALITY AND PLUNGED OUR COUNTRY INTO A WAR SO POORLY PLANNED IT SOON TURNED INTO A DISASTER. THE STORY OF HOW HIGH OFFICIALS MISLED THE COUNTRY HAS BEEN TOLD. BUT THEY COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT ON THEIR OWN; THEY NEEDED A COMPLIANT PRESS, TO PASS ON THEIR PROPAGANDA AS NEWS AND CHEER THEM ON.

SINCE THEN THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE HAVE DIED, AND MANY ARE DYING TO THIS DAY. YET THE STORY OF HOW THE MEDIA BOUGHT WHAT THE WHITE HOUSE WAS SELLING HAS NOT BEEN TOLD IN DEPTH ON TELEVISION. AS THE WAR RAGES INTO ITS FIFTH YEAR, WE LOOK BACK AT THOSE MONTHS LEADING UP TO THE INVASION, WHEN OUR PRESS LARGELY SURRENDERED ITS INDEPENDENCE AND SKEPTICISM TO JOIN WITH OUR GOVERNMENT IN MARCHING TO WAR...
Bill Moyers Journal ~ watch the show at PBS and read the entire script of the show

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Countdown's Olbermann exposes 911 and the FISA bill
From: Obamacitizens


Tracking Why We Went to War
Article by William Raspberry
Monday, May 31,
2004; Page A23

Heard any good rationales for the war lately?

If not, maybe you ought to talk to Devon Largio, a new graduate of the University of Illinois, who says her research turned up 23 different rationales offered by the Bush administration in the year following the Sept. 11 attacks.

They're all laid out in her 212-page senior honors thesis, "Uncovering the Rationales for the War on Iraq: The Words of the Bush Administration, Congress and the Media from September 12, 2001, to October 11, 2002."

The work is largely a computer-driven analysis of the available public statements of Bush administration officials and key members of Congress during the run-up to war. By searching key words, she was also able to map the administration's shifting interest from Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda to Saddam Hussein and Iraq -- and also the news media's response to that shift...

...And did she ever "figure out why we went to war"?

"I didn't include this in my paper," she said, "but I'm as torn now as I was when I started. I tend to accept the good intentions of the president, and it's tempting to say that if they have 23 reasons for going to war, we probably should have gone. On the other hand, I find myself thinking that if they had to keep coming up with new reasons for going to war, we probably shouldn't have done it. It's almost like the decision came first, then the rationales.

All 23 of them..."

George W Bush Administration worse than Nixon's Watergate by John Dean

BBC UK Video Nation featuring People's video about Iraq

News about the Iraq War from the BBC UK

Audio Slideshow: One Woman's War


Iraq war show limits of US Power


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