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    1 PRESIDENT Bush has spent more than $140billion (87.5bn) on a highly controversial and unpopular war in Iraq.

    2 HE was committed to capturing Osama bin Laden "dead or alive" then reversed his stance and said: "I truly am not that concerned about him."

    3 WHEN asked at an April 2004 press conference to name a mistake he'd made during his presidency, Bush couldn't think of a single one.

    4 HE ignored estimates from General Eric Shinseki that several hundred thousand troops would be needed to secure Iraq.

    5 SINCE he took office, five million Americans have lost their health insurance cover.

    6 BUSH'S top legal adviser wrote a memo to the President advising him that he can legally authorise torture.

    7 VICE President Dick Cheney (below) said Iraq was "the geographic base of the terrorists

    who have had us under assault, most especially on 9/11". The 9/11 Commission found Iraq had no involvement in the attacks and no links with al-Qaeda.

    8 IN May 2003, Bush landed on an aircraft carrier proclaiming "mission accomplished" and announced that major combat operations were over in Iraq. Asked if he regretted the stunt, he said he'd do it all over again.

    9 IMAGES of firefighters carrying flag-draped coffins through the rubble of the World Trade Center were used to score political points in a Bush campaign advert.

    10 MORE than 1,300 Allied troops and 19,000 Iraqis have lost their lives in Iraq.

    11 AFTER weapons inspector Charles Duelfer said there was "no evidence that Hussein had passed illicit weapons material to al-Qaeda", Bush insisted: "There was a real risk Saddam would pass weapons, materials or information to terrorist networks."

    12 BUSH sent troops into battle without adequate body armour or armoured vehicles.

    13 FIVE times as many US agents have been assigned to investigate Cuban embargo violations as have tracked bin Laden's and Saddam's millions.

    14 THE Bush administration let disgraced Enron boss Ken Lay - a close friend of Dubya's - help write its energy policy.

    15 BUSH officials instructed the FBI to question people planning to protest at political conventions.

    16 CHENEY told voters that unless they elect Bush, "we'll get hit again" by terrorists.

    17 BUSH did nothing to prevent the US minimum wage from falling to an inflation-adjusted 50-year low.

    18 DESPITE an al-Qaeda training manual suggesting terrorists come to the US to buy assault weapons, Bush has not acted on it.

    19 DICK Cheney said Americans "will, in fact, be greeted as liberators" in Iraq.

    20 BUSH granted the 9/11 Commission just $3million (1.8m) to probe the attacks, while the commission that investigated the Columbia shuttle crash got $50million (31m).

    21 MORE than three years after 9/11, just five per cent of all cargo - including cargo transported on passenger planes - is screened.

    22 BUSH blocked efforts to allow Medicare to negotiate cheaper prescription drug prices for pensioners.

    23 SINCE 9/11, Attorney General John Ashcroft has detained 5,000 foreign nationals in anti-terrorism sweeps - none have been convicted of a terrorist crime.

    24 BUSH has openly opposed the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, undermining nuclear non-proliferation efforts.

    25 HE awarded a multi-billion-dollar no-bid contract to Halliburton - a firm that still pays Cheney huge sums in deferred compensation (Cheney is a Halliburton shareholder).

    26 BUSH officials told Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan about plans to go to war with Iraq before telling Secretary of State Colin Powell.

    27 RECORDS show that Bush performed no National Guard duty in a six-month period in 1972 and a three-month period in 1973, despite trumpeting his role.

    28 BUSH relentlessly pushed an energy bill containing $23.5billion (14.6bn) in corporate tax breaks - much would have benefited campaign contributors.

    29 SECRETARY of Homeland Security Tom Ridge awarded contracts to several firms in which he is an investor - including Microsoft, GE, Sprite and Pfizer.

    30 BUSH created a massive tax loophole for sports utility vehicles - allowing, for example, the write-off of the entire cost of a new Hummer off-roader.

    31 BUSH said gay marriage was a state issue... before supporting a constitutional amendment banning it.

    32 HIS top economic adviser, Greg Mankiw, said the outsourcing of American jobs abroad was "a plus for the economy in the long run".

    33 AT the behest of the french-fry industry, Bush changed the definition of fresh vegetables to include frozen french fries.

    34 BUSH slashed funding for the largest US public housing program, putting two million families in danger of losing their homes.

    35 BUSH refuses to release 27 pages of a Congressional report said to detail the Saudi Arabian government's connections to the 9/11 hijackers.

    36 TOP Bush officials accepted $127,600 (79,750) in gifts from the Saudi royals in 2003, including ***ellery for first lady Laura Bush valued at $95,500 (59,687).

    37 AFTER receiving a memo from the CIA in August 2001 titled "Bin Laden Determined To Attack America", Bush continued his month-long holiday.

    38 BUSH has proposed cutting the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency by $600million (325m) next year.

    39 DURING the Bush presidency, North Korea has quadrupled its suspected nuclear arsenal.

    40 THE Bush administration went to court to block lawsuits by patients injured by defective prescription drugs and medical devices.

    41 A DAY after Bush bragged about his efforts to help pensioners afford healthcare, the government announced the largest increase of Medicare premiums in history.

    42 AT the behest of the tobacco industry, Bush tried to water down a global treaty that aimed to help curb smoking.

    43 BUSH is the first president since Herbert Hoover to have a net loss of jobs - around 800,000 - over a four-year term.

    44 BUSH gave security firm Accenture a huge border control contract, despite the firm moving operations to Bermuda for alleged tax reasons.

    45 IN 2000, Bush said: "The vast majority of my tax cuts go to the bottom end of the spectrum." Yet the top 20 per cent of earners received 68 per cent of the benefits.

    46 IN 2000, Bush promised to cut the national debt to a historically low level. On September 30, it stood at $7,379,052,696, 330.32 (4.6trillion), a record high.

    47 BUSH turned a $236billion (147.5bn) economic surplus into a $422billion (263bn)deficit.

    48 HE ignored Red Cross pleas to stop the abuse of prisoners in US custody.

    49 BUSH broke his pledge to place limits on carbon dioxide emissions.

    50 BUSH once said: "You can't distinguish between al-Qaeda and Saddam when you talk about the war on terror", before admitting Saddam had no role in 9/11.

    source:www.mirror.co.uk

  • #2
    Originally posted by G_UNIT_GENERAL
    1 PRESIDENT Bush has spent more than $140billion (87.5bn) on a highly controversial and unpopular war in Iraq.

    2 HE was committed to capturing Osama bin Laden "dead or alive" then reversed his stance and said: "I truly am not that concerned about him."

    3 WHEN asked at an April 2004 press conference to name a mistake he'd made during his presidency, Bush couldn't think of a single one.

    4 HE ignored estimates from General Eric Shinseki that several hundred thousand troops would be needed to secure Iraq.

    5 SINCE he took office, five million Americans have lost their health insurance cover.

    6 BUSH'S top legal adviser wrote a memo to the President advising him that he can legally authorise torture.

    7 VICE President Dick Cheney (below) said Iraq was "the geographic base of the terrorists

    who have had us under assault, most especially on 9/11". The 9/11 Commission found Iraq had no involvement in the attacks and no links with al-Qaeda.

    8 IN May 2003, Bush landed on an aircraft carrier proclaiming "mission accomplished" and announced that major combat operations were over in Iraq. Asked if he regretted the stunt, he said he'd do it all over again.

    9 IMAGES of firefighters carrying flag-draped coffins through the rubble of the World Trade Center were used to score political points in a Bush campaign advert.

    10 MORE than 1,300 Allied troops and 19,000 Iraqis have lost their lives in Iraq.

    11 AFTER weapons inspector Charles Duelfer said there was "no evidence that Hussein had passed illicit weapons material to al-Qaeda", Bush insisted: "There was a real risk Saddam would pass weapons, materials or information to terrorist networks."

    12 BUSH sent troops into battle without adequate body armour or armoured vehicles.

    13 FIVE times as many US agents have been assigned to investigate Cuban embargo violations as have tracked bin Laden's and Saddam's millions.

    14 THE Bush administration let disgraced Enron boss Ken Lay - a close friend of Dubya's - help write its energy policy.

    15 BUSH officials instructed the FBI to question people planning to protest at political conventions.

    16 CHENEY told voters that unless they elect Bush, "we'll get hit again" by terrorists.

    17 BUSH did nothing to prevent the US minimum wage from falling to an inflation-adjusted 50-year low.

    18 DESPITE an al-Qaeda training manual suggesting terrorists come to the US to buy assault weapons, Bush has not acted on it.

    19 DICK Cheney said Americans "will, in fact, be greeted as liberators" in Iraq.

    20 BUSH granted the 9/11 Commission just $3million (1.8m) to probe the attacks, while the commission that investigated the Columbia shuttle crash got $50million (31m).

    21 MORE than three years after 9/11, just five per cent of all cargo - including cargo transported on passenger planes - is screened.

    22 BUSH blocked efforts to allow Medicare to negotiate cheaper prescription drug prices for pensioners.

    23 SINCE 9/11, Attorney General John Ashcroft has detained 5,000 foreign nationals in anti-terrorism sweeps - none have been convicted of a terrorist crime.

    24 BUSH has openly opposed the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, undermining nuclear non-proliferation efforts.

    25 HE awarded a multi-billion-dollar no-bid contract to Halliburton - a firm that still pays Cheney huge sums in deferred compensation (Cheney is a Halliburton shareholder).

    26 BUSH officials told Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan about plans to go to war with Iraq before telling Secretary of State Colin Powell.

    27 RECORDS show that Bush performed no National Guard duty in a six-month period in 1972 and a three-month period in 1973, despite trumpeting his role.

    28 BUSH relentlessly pushed an energy bill containing $23.5billion (14.6bn) in corporate tax breaks - much would have benefited campaign contributors.

    29 SECRETARY of Homeland Security Tom Ridge awarded contracts to several firms in which he is an investor - including Microsoft, GE, Sprite and Pfizer.

    30 BUSH created a massive tax loophole for sports utility vehicles - allowing, for example, the write-off of the entire cost of a new Hummer off-roader.

    31 BUSH said gay marriage was a state issue... before supporting a constitutional amendment banning it.

    32 HIS top economic adviser, Greg Mankiw, said the outsourcing of American jobs abroad was "a plus for the economy in the long run".

    33 AT the behest of the french-fry industry, Bush changed the definition of fresh vegetables to include frozen french fries.

    34 BUSH slashed funding for the largest US public housing program, putting two million families in danger of losing their homes.

    35 BUSH refuses to release 27 pages of a Congressional report said to detail the Saudi Arabian government's connections to the 9/11 hijackers.

    36 TOP Bush officials accepted $127,600 (79,750) in gifts from the Saudi royals in 2003, including ***ellery for first lady Laura Bush valued at $95,500 (59,687).

    37 AFTER receiving a memo from the CIA in August 2001 titled "Bin Laden Determined To Attack America", Bush continued his month-long holiday.

    38 BUSH has proposed cutting the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency by $600million (325m) next year.

    39 DURING the Bush presidency, North Korea has quadrupled its suspected nuclear arsenal.

    40 THE Bush administration went to court to block lawsuits by patients injured by defective prescription drugs and medical devices.

    41 A DAY after Bush bragged about his efforts to help pensioners afford healthcare, the government announced the largest increase of Medicare premiums in history.

    42 AT the behest of the tobacco industry, Bush tried to water down a global treaty that aimed to help curb smoking.

    43 BUSH is the first president since Herbert Hoover to have a net loss of jobs - around 800,000 - over a four-year term.

    44 BUSH gave security firm Accenture a huge border control contract, despite the firm moving operations to Bermuda for alleged tax reasons.

    45 IN 2000, Bush said: "The vast majority of my tax cuts go to the bottom end of the spectrum." Yet the top 20 per cent of earners received 68 per cent of the benefits.

    46 IN 2000, Bush promised to cut the national debt to a historically low level. On September 30, it stood at $7,379,052,696, 330.32 (4.6trillion), a record high.

    47 BUSH turned a $236billion (147.5bn) economic surplus into a $422billion (263bn)deficit.

    48 HE ignored Red Cross pleas to stop the abuse of prisoners in US custody.

    49 BUSH broke his pledge to place limits on carbon dioxide emissions.

    50 BUSH once said: "You can't distinguish between al-Qaeda and Saddam when you talk about the war on terror", before admitting Saddam had no role in 9/11.

    source:www.mirror.co.uk

    Yawn. Nice try. But...

    1. $140 billion is really not a whole hell of a lot when you take into consideration we liberated two countries from opressive regimes. I can't see putting a dollar limit on freedom. The war being "highly controversial" and "unpopular" is a matter of opinion. In fact, polls favored going in to Iraq. Where was the controversy? I understood the reasons and ramifications pre-Baghdad. It's not that complicated. The REAL controversy is within the UN, Russia, France, Germany and arab states such as Syria, Saudi Arabia, Eastern Pakistan and Lebanon.

    2. I'm not that concerned with bin Laden at this point either. Thousands of al-Queda have been rounded up in multiple countries. A major portion of al-Queda leadership has assumed room temperature or are in custody. Bank accounts have been frozen. Their base of ops has been removed. The prize is bigger than the one man.

    3. That was a loaded question at the press conference, and the reporter was looking for a soundbite that the DNC could use over and over during the Kerry campaign. I wouldn't walk into that one either. To me, Bush has made mistakes like giving Africa $ for AIDS releif and not sealing our borders. But that reporter wanted a mistake re: Iraq, and so far there hasn't been one.

    4. He didn't agree with Shinseki. Sometimes president don't agree, ya know? I don't agree either. I don't think we need half the troops we have at all. We walked into Baghdad. However, my opinion remains that we don't need any troops---1 well placed nuke would speak volumes.

    5. 5 million Americans lost their health coverage? And Bush cancelled each policy, didn't he? First of all, that's a report of coverage cancellations. It does not credit how many of those who cancelled one policy changed to another. There are numerous factors in this blanket and misleading charge. The cost of health care has risen. That's due to litigation and proivder liability insurance costs. That's a result of lawyers like John Edwards who have used BS and junk science to squeeze doctors and hospitals for millions. Those millions are passed down to the insured. Small businesses (the major provider of jobs) are the most effected when healthcare costs rise and can no longer keep employees due to the health care cost. In other news, this "5 million" doesn't account for people who quit jobs, stop their job-provided plan and open their own private plan. There's more to go in to, but why? This is just too much of a broad statement.

    6. Legally authorize torture? Sure. Why not? Hell, if Mohammad in some prison might know some helpful tips that could save lives (especially American lives) then TORTURE the bastard. Besides, America doesn't even know what torture is. Our torture is like Club Med compared to their kind of torture.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by G_UNIT_GENERAL
      1 PRESIDENT Bush has spent more than $140billion (87.5bn) on a highly controversial and unpopular war in Iraq.

      2 HE was committed to capturing Osama bin Laden "dead or alive" then reversed his stance and said: "I truly am not that concerned about him."

      3 WHEN asked at an April 2004 press conference to name a mistake he'd made during his presidency, Bush couldn't think of a single one.

      4 HE ignored estimates from General Eric Shinseki that several hundred thousand troops would be needed to secure Iraq.

      5 SINCE he took office, five million Americans have lost their health insurance cover.

      6 BUSH'S top legal adviser wrote a memo to the President advising him that he can legally authorise torture.

      7 VICE President Dick Cheney (below) said Iraq was "the geographic base of the terrorists

      who have had us under assault, most especially on 9/11". The 9/11 Commission found Iraq had no involvement in the attacks and no links with al-Qaeda.

      8 IN May 2003, Bush landed on an aircraft carrier proclaiming "mission accomplished" and announced that major combat operations were over in Iraq. Asked if he regretted the stunt, he said he'd do it all over again.

      9 IMAGES of firefighters carrying flag-draped coffins through the rubble of the World Trade Center were used to score political points in a Bush campaign advert.

      10 MORE than 1,300 Allied troops and 19,000 Iraqis have lost their lives in Iraq.

      11 AFTER weapons inspector Charles Duelfer said there was "no evidence that Hussein had passed illicit weapons material to al-Qaeda", Bush insisted: "There was a real risk Saddam would pass weapons, materials or information to terrorist networks."

      12 BUSH sent troops into battle without adequate body armour or armoured vehicles.

      13 FIVE times as many US agents have been assigned to investigate Cuban embargo violations as have tracked bin Laden's and Saddam's millions.

      14 THE Bush administration let disgraced Enron boss Ken Lay - a close friend of Dubya's - help write its energy policy.

      15 BUSH officials instructed the FBI to question people planning to protest at political conventions.

      16 CHENEY told voters that unless they elect Bush, "we'll get hit again" by terrorists.

      17 BUSH did nothing to prevent the US minimum wage from falling to an inflation-adjusted 50-year low.

      18 DESPITE an al-Qaeda training manual suggesting terrorists come to the US to buy assault weapons, Bush has not acted on it.

      19 DICK Cheney said Americans "will, in fact, be greeted as liberators" in Iraq.

      20 BUSH granted the 9/11 Commission just $3million (1.8m) to probe the attacks, while the commission that investigated the Columbia shuttle crash got $50million (31m).

      21 MORE than three years after 9/11, just five per cent of all cargo - including cargo transported on passenger planes - is screened.

      22 BUSH blocked efforts to allow Medicare to negotiate cheaper prescription drug prices for pensioners.

      23 SINCE 9/11, Attorney General John Ashcroft has detained 5,000 foreign nationals in anti-terrorism sweeps - none have been convicted of a terrorist crime.

      24 BUSH has openly opposed the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, undermining nuclear non-proliferation efforts.

      25 HE awarded a multi-billion-dollar no-bid contract to Halliburton - a firm that still pays Cheney huge sums in deferred compensation (Cheney is a Halliburton shareholder).

      26 BUSH officials told Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan about plans to go to war with Iraq before telling Secretary of State Colin Powell.

      27 RECORDS show that Bush performed no National Guard duty in a six-month period in 1972 and a three-month period in 1973, despite trumpeting his role.

      28 BUSH relentlessly pushed an energy bill containing $23.5billion (14.6bn) in corporate tax breaks - much would have benefited campaign contributors.

      29 SECRETARY of Homeland Security Tom Ridge awarded contracts to several firms in which he is an investor - including Microsoft, GE, Sprite and Pfizer.

      30 BUSH created a massive tax loophole for sports utility vehicles - allowing, for example, the write-off of the entire cost of a new Hummer off-roader.

      31 BUSH said gay marriage was a state issue... before supporting a constitutional amendment banning it.

      32 HIS top economic adviser, Greg Mankiw, said the outsourcing of American jobs abroad was "a plus for the economy in the long run".

      33 AT the behest of the french-fry industry, Bush changed the definition of fresh vegetables to include frozen french fries.

      34 BUSH slashed funding for the largest US public housing program, putting two million families in danger of losing their homes.

      35 BUSH refuses to release 27 pages of a Congressional report said to detail the Saudi Arabian government's connections to the 9/11 hijackers.

      36 TOP Bush officials accepted $127,600 (79,750) in gifts from the Saudi royals in 2003, including ***ellery for first lady Laura Bush valued at $95,500 (59,687).

      37 AFTER receiving a memo from the CIA in August 2001 titled "Bin Laden Determined To Attack America", Bush continued his month-long holiday.

      38 BUSH has proposed cutting the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency by $600million (325m) next year.

      39 DURING the Bush presidency, North Korea has quadrupled its suspected nuclear arsenal.

      40 THE Bush administration went to court to block lawsuits by patients injured by defective prescription drugs and medical devices.

      41 A DAY after Bush bragged about his efforts to help pensioners afford healthcare, the government announced the largest increase of Medicare premiums in history.

      42 AT the behest of the tobacco industry, Bush tried to water down a global treaty that aimed to help curb smoking.

      43 BUSH is the first president since Herbert Hoover to have a net loss of jobs - around 800,000 - over a four-year term.

      44 BUSH gave security firm Accenture a huge border control contract, despite the firm moving operations to Bermuda for alleged tax reasons.

      45 IN 2000, Bush said: "The vast majority of my tax cuts go to the bottom end of the spectrum." Yet the top 20 per cent of earners received 68 per cent of the benefits.

      46 IN 2000, Bush promised to cut the national debt to a historically low level. On September 30, it stood at $7,379,052,696, 330.32 (4.6trillion), a record high.

      47 BUSH turned a $236billion (147.5bn) economic surplus into a $422billion (263bn)deficit.

      48 HE ignored Red Cross pleas to stop the abuse of prisoners in US custody.

      49 BUSH broke his pledge to place limits on carbon dioxide emissions.

      50 BUSH once said: "You can't distinguish between al-Qaeda and Saddam when you talk about the war on terror", before admitting Saddam had no role in 9/11.

      source:www.mirror.co.uk

      7. Check a freaking globe. IRAQ IS THE GEOGRAPHIC BASE OF TERRORISTS! Now, go read the 9/11 report where it clearly states that Iraq DID HAVE TIES TO al-Queda. Did Saddam have something to do with 9/11? No, probably not. But Iraq hosted al-queda training camps. It's just that simple. And where did the head cutters come from? Because last I checked, Fallujah and Sodr City are in IRAQ.

      8. "Mission Accomplished" had many reasons. Troop morale, the most important. Also, there were certain countries who pledged to help the US effort after major combat was declared over. This was to openly signal those countries that it's time to pitch in. Furthermore, the "mission" WAS accomplished...we moved into Iraq, took Baghdad and it's airport and forced out Saddam. Never did Bush say that the work was over and everyone could go home.

      9. Those images were used to remind the forgetful people of America what happened. The media sure won't show you the footage from 9/11...the planes exploding into fireballs inside the towers, the people leaping to their deaths from windows or the carnage on the ground. The leftist media wants you to think it's 9/10 and there's no threat to America. I think we should be reminded daily. REMEMBER THE ALAMO!

      10. So 1300 allied troops have lost thier lives in Iraq? Well, as of today it was 1258. 1111 of which are American alone. However, not all are dead from hostility. And a huge majority of the hostile deaths have come from suicide bombers, snipers and terrorists--not during the major push into Iraq. We lost over 58,000 American lives in Vietnam and didn't even finish the job there. We liberated Iraq and after 529 days have 1111 casualties. Those numbers are incredible.

      11. The Duelfer Report states that Saddam either had, was working on, or would have re-started his WMD programs. Was there evidence he passed anything to al-Queda? No, probably not. But that's not the point. The point is we don't WANT Saddam to have this stuff. Odd how now there's a huge issue over a 19 month old story about missing explosives from a facility we hadn't got to yet---and now it's been confirmed that Russian special forces assisted Saddam in moving those explosives to Syria during the time period Bush was pleading to the UN to follow it's own post-Gulf War resolutions--and funny how now it's been the scandal has been exposed between the UN, France, Germany, Iraq and Russia---the same countries who wouldn't help us with the war effort. Also odd how now that it's confirmed that those thousands of tons of weapons were moved prior to the US charge into Iraq, no one is mentioning that most likely any WMDs would have been moved too. Also odd that no one mentions the hundreds of thousands of explosive munitions that the US HAS captured and is guarding.

      Have to respond to the rest later...got work to do.

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      • #4
        Bush, Kerry, Keneddy, Clinton... like it makes a difference, they are all frontmen for something far more serious - http://www.illuminati-news.com
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        Kill those illuminati fuckers, kill em all.
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