Sunday, September 03, 2006

Meanwhile, Back at the White House

Back from Camp David...Chimpy and his gals. Whenever he's low in the polls...all the time...he drags Pickles out for pics. Condi must be back in his good graces since her propaganda catapult to the American Legion. Can't the sonofabitch ever stay in one place and save us the cost of his exorbitant gasoline bill? If he hates the White House so much that he spends as little time as possible there, the solution is to quit and go to his fake ranch. He can cut trees down until we have him arrested for war crimes.
U.S. President George W. Bush (C), Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (R) and first lady Laura Bush (L) return from Camp David via helicopter to the White House in Washington September 3, 2006. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

NY Times For Bush, Hope and Fear in Lessons of Midterms Past
Ronald Reagan remained quite popular in 1986, with approval ratings around 65 percent. But the senators first elected with him in his 1980 landslide, who had given the Republicans control of the chamber that year and helped him push his agenda, now had to stand for re-election on their own.

Mr. Reagan knew the value of holding the Senate. Visiting 22 states and traveling 24,000 miles, he raised $33 million for Republican candidates. Behind the scenes, his national security aide John Poindexter, seeking an “October surprise” to help the party, secured the release of an American hostage in Lebanon, partly through the secret arms sales to Iran that would later envelop the administration in scandal.

One can only wonder what horrors the thugs have in store for us this October. They'll hold on to power at any cost...any cost.

What civil war? He hears voices inside his tiny brain. His "radio" address. Fear, fear, fear.
If we give up the fight in the streets of Baghdad, we will face the terrorists in the streets of our own cities. The security of the civilized world depends on victory in the war on terror, and that depends on victory in Iraq, so America will not leave until victory is achieved.
For all the debate, American policy in the Middle East comes down to a straightforward choice: We can allow the Middle East to continue on the course that led to September the 11th -- and a generation from now, our children will face a region dominated by terrorist states and radical dictators armed with nuclear weapons


Bush Contradicts Pentagon No Civil War in Iraq
Sunday, September 03, 2006
In his weekly radio speech, U.S. President George W. Bush said Iraq was not descending into civil war, although violence has increased.
The President claimed that future American generations will be faced with a Middle East ruled by “terrorist states and radical dictators” if the U.S. withdraws from Iraq. Upon the latest developments, the U.S. increased its military existence in Baghdad and its neighborhood to 15,000. There are currently 140,000 U.S. soldiers in Iraq.

Our troops are being used to protect contractors in Iraq. The Neocons are aiming at Iran next and it's war without get the "voters" on board, lie, lie, lie.

Bubble Boy mingling with the pre-screened

Just a "reg'lar crook guy" who loves kids...

A hands on man's man


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