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February 12, 2007

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arewethereyet

I will be particularly interested in how the Bush league gets out from under the Brit intel report that the heat penatrating weapons are of Russian make via Syria and not Iranian manufacture.
For the woman who won't be pres. Clinton fell real flat this weekend. Proclaiming that she felt the heat of 9/11 and thus voted for this misguided police action called the Iraq war. Did she not read the 9/11 commission report that the the Saudi terrorist did not act on the behalf of Saddam Hussein?

Ed Friedemann

Bush plans on taking us all to hell with him.

“…a terrorist act in the U.S. blamed on Iran…”
Zbigniew Brzezinski 02 Feb 2007

{ Bush is already playing the "Blame Iran Game" along with his Israeli buddies...and his 'tag-along Rice'}

He's a crazy man.

Ed Friedemann

Bush plans on taking us all to hell with him.

“…a terrorist act in the U.S. blamed on Iran…”
Zbigniew Brzezinski 02 Feb 2007

{ Bush is already playing the "Blame Iran Game" along with his Israeli buddies...and his 'tag-along Rice'}

He's a crazy man.

I don't know about the House, but it only takes 41 Senators to stop the war. Courage anyone? Look here:
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17011.htm

Ed Friedemann

The White House is spinning that a vote to cut the funding for the "Iraq War" is somehow a vote to hurt the troops { as if we would stop feeding them or something }.

That big lie show be hung over the doorway of the "One Book Bush Library." { My Pet Goat }

Ed Friedemann

Bush needs to be stopped.

From the Jerusalem Post

"Report: US ready for strike on Iran

Despite repeated denials by the US administration, preparations for a military strike against Iranian nuclear sites are in "advanced" stages, according to informed sources in Washington quoted by The Guardian on Saturday.

The sources said Bush had yet to make a final decision on the matter, but Vice-President Dick Cheney and Neo-conservatives, particularly at the Washington-based American Enterprise Institute, were reportedly pushing the need for action against Teheran for continuing to develop their nuclear capabilities."

Bush needs to be stopped before it's too late. The Russians are backing Iran to try to settle things back down, but those nut-case-neocons and Zionists in the White House want their conquest of the Middle East, which is being egged on by the ruling-class in Israel.

Congress has the power to stop this dangerous nonsense once and for all.

They need to act now.

Protractor

Please see and feel free to read and comment on the post I just made to today's open thread (2/12/07). It very much relates to this thread and articulates my personal views on this subject flawlessly.

Will do Protrator. EF, I don't think Congress will stop the war, here's why:

http://www.house.gov/paul/tst/tst2007/tst021207.htm

Protractor

anon @3:20,

I suspect this column is most likely correct. I wonder now...how many of our fellow citizens would have been in favor of invading Iraq almost four years ago had they known there would be no WMDs found, that we would learn there was no connection to the attacks of 9/11, that more US citizens would lose their lives in Iraq than died on 9/11, that what we started would grow into a regional powder keg, that four years later the nation of Iraq would be worse off in countless ways than before we invaded, that hundreds of thousands of Iraqis would be killed, maimed or displaced and that the cost for the whole thing could eventually exceed a trillion dollars.

How any ANYONE say they would still be in favor of this knowing what we know now? I say ANYONE who says they would approve of such a thing knowing what we all know now is an absolute unqualified fool.

John Edwards put it best with three simple words. "I was wrong."

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