Archive for the ‘President Bush’ Category

What do you think the future American generations …

August 11, 2007

What do you think the future American generations will say looking back on this President?

Quotes by President George W. Bush

“This is an impressive crowd – the haves and the have-mores. Some people call you the elites; I call you my base.”

“We know that dictators are quick to choose aggression, while free nations strive to resolve differences in peace”.

It’s not a dictatorship in Washington, but I tried to make it one in that instance.

A dictatorship would be a heck of a lot easier, there’s no question about it.

It’s important for people to know that I’m the president of everybody.

You are either with us or you are with the terrorists.

How to Create an Angry American. Had Enough? So…

August 7, 2007

How to Create an Angry American. Had Enough?

So how much more does it take for the 30% of the American people that still support the Bush administration to wake up and see it for what it is ….to demand impeachment and have the Bush administration tried for high crimes of treason and crimes against humanity.

This would also send a clear message that the next administration will be held accountable by the American people. We must never forget that the people are the masters and government the servants.

At times I often think of what Dian Fossey once said: “There are times when one cannot accept facts for fear of shattering one’s being”.

What I Suspected All Along The Top Te…

May 17, 2007

What I Suspected All Along

The Top Ten Indicators of a Sociopath – All Seem to Fit President Bush

*Not learning from experience

*No sense of responsibility

*Inability to form meaningful relationships

*Inability to control impulses

*Lack of moral sense

*Chronically antisocial behavior

*No change in behavior after punishment

*Emotional immaturity

*Lack of guilt

*Self-centeredness

One expert writes: People with this disorder may exhibit criminal behavior. They may not work. If they do work, they are frequently absent or may quit suddenly. They do not consider other people’s wishes, welfare or rights. They can be manipulative and may lie to gain personal pleasure or profit. They may default on loans, fail to provide child support, or fail to care for their dependents adequately. High risk sexual behavior and substance abuse are common. Impulsiveness, failure to plan ahead, aggressiveness, irritability, irresponsibility, and a reckless disregard for their own safety and the safety of others are traits of the antisocial personality.
Socioeconomic status, gender, and genetic factors play a role. Males are more likely to be antisocial than females. Those from lower socioeconomic groups are more susceptible. A family history of the disorder puts one at higher risk.

In a May 21, 2000 New York Times piece, Nicholas D. Kristof quoted Bush’s childhood friend Terry Throckmorton “We were terrible to animals”, recalled Mr. Throckmorton laughing. A dip behind the Bush home turned into a small lake after a good rain and thousands of frogs would come out. “Everybody would get BB guns and shoot them” Mr. Throckmorton said. “Or we’d put firecrackers in the frogs and throw them and blow them up”. Cruelty to animals is another action fitting the diagnois of a sociopathic personality.

President Bush had a frequently absent father and a cold, authoritarian mother. Many experts believe that this type of family dynamic would also contribute towards a sociopathis personality.

So do you think like I do, that President Bush has all the classic traits of a sociopathic personality?

Holbrooke: Iraq Civil War is Raging Out of Control…

May 11, 2007

Holbrooke: Iraq Civil War is Raging Out of Control

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Richard Holbrooke, a former senior U.S. diplomat and a possible Democratic secretary of state, on Thursday described Iraq as a “civil war raging out of control” and a foreign policy crisis worse than Vietnam. Full Story

Take the World Can’t Wait Quiz Iran & the Nuclear…

May 6, 2007

Take the World Can’t Wait Quiz

Iran & the Nuclear Bomb
President Bush and all the leading presidential contenders have said when it comes to Iran that no option including the nuclear option should be off the table. Today 3 aircraft carrier groups are presently conducting military exercises in the Gulf of Hormuz, the U.S. military command in the Middle East has been assumed for the first time by an admiral and plans currently exist to be able to launch an air attack on Iran within 24 hours.

1) The possibility of war with Iran:

a) is a good thing
b) never gonna happen – it’d be too crazy
c) will be prevented through sanctions on Iran
d) a real and present danger that could widen the current war in Iraq and Afghanistan and further inflame the whole region

2) What country in the Middle East refuses to officially confirm or deny that it has a nuclear weapon program and refuses to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty?

3) Iran has agreed to be monitored by the IAEA and opened up its country to IAEA inspectors.

Yes or No?

4) The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) severely criticized for falsifying information on Iran’s nuclear program. (name country)

5) What country(ies) has/have used nuclear weapons on civilian populations?

6) How many Iraqi civilians died between 1991 and 1997 due to sanctions imposed by the U.S.?

a) 55,000 b) 655,000 (c) 1.2 million (d) 1.5 million

Follow up question: How many children in Iraq died per month under U.S.-imposed sanctions?

a) 50 b) 500 (c) 2,500 (d) 5,000

Ready for the Results? Here we go:

1) Depends on what kind of future you want for the planet.

2) Israel

3) Yes

4) The U.S

5) The U.S.

6) C

Follow up question: D

Now that you’ve taken the quiz, test your friends, teachers, parents and people at work. You can download the quiz at http://www.worldcantwait.org.

WORLD CAN’T WAIT is aiming to have 3,000 people take this quiz on Iran and will be
publishing the final results on worldcantwait.org at the end of May. Let us know the results of the quiz in your town and send your results to
youth_students@worldcantwait.org (also include in how many people were surveyed).

http://www.worldcantwait.org

Bush Shoots for "Jaws" Delivers "Jaws 2" In his u…

May 3, 2007

Bush Shoots for “Jaws” Delivers “Jaws 2”

In his usual “no mincing of words”, Keith Olbermann deconstructs President Bush’s State of the Union claim to have foiled four terrorist attacks.

Kudos to you Keith!

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Keith Olbermann – Joe Wilson: Time for Bush/Cheney…

May 3, 2007

Keith Olbermann – Joe Wilson: Time for Bush/Cheney to Come Clean

In his first live interview since the guilty verdicts in the trial of Lewis “Scooter” Libby, former ambassador Joseph Wilson told Keith Olbermann it’s now time for President Bush and Vice President Cheney to be honest with the American public about their roles in the outing of his wife, CIA Operative Valerie Plame.

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President Bush Gives a Career Opportunity…

November 20, 2006










President Bush Gives a Career Opportunity To An Old Family Friend

Those Bush boys sure like to keep it in the family. The following article gives you an idea of who old Rummy is being replaced by. Perhaps old Rummy is stewing over his fate as he is being investigated by a german court for crimes against humanity. I’m not too optimistic that justice will come soon enough. Stay tuned.

Robert Gates: New Defense Secretary & Old Bush Family Friend
By Kenneth J. Theisen, 11/9/06

Robert Gates, the nominee to replace Donald Rumsfeld as Secretary of Defense, is widely respected in ruling circles and is an old friend of the Bush family. This should immediately give pause to any who harbor illusions that the “fresh perspective” offered by the Bush regime will include a withdrawal from the Iraq war. Let there be no doubt, the regime is still committed to victory in Iraq. Winning the war will be Gate’s task.
Recommended reading: The Secret World of Robert Gates by Robert Parry Gates Has Some Explaining To Do by Robert Scheer

Just who is Robert Gates? Aside from a couple years spent in the U.S. Air Force where, among other duties, he provided intelligence briefings to ICBM missile crews, he spent most of his life working for the CIA, including as the CIA Director from 1991 to 1993 under George H.W. Bush. His most recent job was as the President of Texas A&M University, the home of the first Bush’s Presidential library. But he was not just an academic. He is a current member of the high-level Iraq Study Group (ISG) chaired by another Bush family friend, James Baker. (Yes, the same Baker that helped steal the 2000 election.) Read more

The Iraq War Continues On the day after the midte…

November 17, 2006

The Iraq War Continues

On the day after the midterm election clearly demonstrated widespread popular opposition to the war on Iraq, President Bush announced that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was stepping down. He also admitted that his Iraq policy was “not working well enough, fast enough.” Read More