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Intro: "President Bush sat down with USA Today to discuss the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and his role in shaping US policy in their aftermath. During the interview, Bush thought he’d take the opportunity to pat himself on the back for Osama bin Laden's death."

President George Bush addresses US Army soldiers and  their families at Fort Hood, Texas, 01/03/03. (photo: Jeff Mitchell/Reuters)
President George Bush addresses US Army soldiers and their families at Fort Hood, Texas, 01/03/03. (photo: Jeff Mitchell/Reuters)

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+184 # CL38 2011-09-09 18:30
Bush didn't waste a lot of time thinking about bin Laden or where he was while he was President, but he'll now claim credit for Obama finding him???

This is SO republican. They destroy the country & economy, refuse to accept any responsibility & then blame Democrats for what they did. But when DEMS are successful, they rush to claim credit, though they had nothing to do with it!
 
 
+43 # Rick Levy 2011-09-09 23:15
Hah! I couldn't have put it better.
 
 
+60 # JDV 2011-09-10 09:23
You are so right. You can also add telling lie upon lie and lying about the lies even after they've been uncovered. (Remeber the "yellowcake" lie? Remember the WMD lies? Remember the "ties" between Saddam Hussein and OBL lie? Remember then ten-thousands of Americans who've died because of the lies?)
 
 
+46 # KittatinyHawk 2011-09-10 14:36
He always knew where he was, The Bush family did business with these criminals since 1950's...one name in thousands that Papa had been working deals with for Arms, Drugs, Oil, you name it. Papa was head criminal, why do you think the boys followed in his footsteps "Take it anyway you can get it" Bush Family Credo
 
 
+8 # lin96 2011-09-12 14:28
@KittatinyHawk - That's a good point. After 911 no aircraft was allowed to fly, yet Bush flew the Bin Ladin family out of the country and to safety. Anyone who saw Larry King interviewing Bush Sr. had to be stunned when he asked him if he thought he was going to heaven. We had about a minute of silence until Larry asked the question again. His answer was I think so. Lots of Karma coming the way of the Bush family.
 
 
+32 # NanFan 2011-09-11 04:26
The reality is, Jr. and his team of thugs didn't WANT to get OBL!

He ferreted his family out of the country the day after the 9/11/2001 attacks in the ONLY plane allowed to fly for days after the "attack."

Suspicious...you bet. As someone else has already said, I can't believe these guys (Bush and Cheney) have the cajones to show their faces AT ALL to the American people, suffering from his choices after this attack, let alone to take credit for something he had nothing to do with.

And guess what? WE let him do it, even vilified those of us who protested, saying we were "unpatriotic" back then.

And the American people elected him in 2004 when we should have ARRESTED him and all his cronies!

Pfft! Today is a sad day, remembering, but he's the saddest sack of a human to ever walk this earth. Murderer. Hate-monger. Liar. Greedy Bum. And you know the rest.

N.
 
 
+9 # lin96 2011-09-12 14:34
@NanFan - I just wrote about Bush getting the Bin Ladins' out of the country on 911 before I saw your post. What this country has is unfinished business, and if we don't do the right thing as a country it will hang over our heads forever. We set an example for our children, and we have not set an example of courage in not bringing these criminals to task. At least iterpole as indictments for Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld. If they go overseas, they will be arrested. In essence, for the first time in our history we have a US President in exile in this country.
 
 
+1 # NanFan 2011-09-14 00:07
quote name="lin96"]@N anFan - ...At least interpole as indictments for Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld. If they go overseas, they will be arrested. In essence, for the first time in our history we have a US President in exile in this country.

@lin96 ~ If only the international community, the international court (The Hague), would have the guts to get these guys, to bring them up on war crimes, crimes against humanity and the world, I would rest easier. Because frankly, they're still out there, and they're out in force, pushing the Rick Perry's and other scum Repub-religious -baggers to do their bidding. And they've ramped it up big time!

We haven't seen anything yet, and what we have seen, have endured is beyond our wildest imaginations.

Over 1,200 people were arrested early this month for protesting via civil disobedience outside the White House. The events of 9/11 have spawned a police state in America, and the roughest road is ahead.

N.
 
 
-1 # X Dane 2011-09-16 20:09
Nan Fan, you are totally correct, for If we had killed or captured OBL at Tora Bora ( CIA said he was there, and asked for US reinforcement, it was denied)
The nation would never have agreed to attack Iraq, sinse we would have accomplisced what we went to Afghanistan for.

I also remember that Rumsfeld said that there was nothing of cosequence to bomb in Afghanistan. (Iraq was a much juicier target)
 
 
+9 # Cailleach 2011-09-11 12:39
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The thinking among my friends at the time was that Bush was afraid that if Bin Laden was caught and talked, the truth would come out-- that Bin Laden had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks, that they were the work of the far right-wing that was implanted in the U.S. government.
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+149 # CL38 2011-09-09 18:36
Bin Laden was the ultimate parasite? "I'm not that concerned about him"??? What a joke this man is. BUSH was the ultimate parasite!!!

You'd think he'd be too embarrassed to poke his head out the front door....but not BUSH! Or Cheney!
 
 
+58 # vitobonespur 2011-09-10 01:04
I was going to say the same thing, CL38. But I'm finding it difficult to type while I'm livid and vomiting.
 
 
+46 # JDV 2011-09-10 09:11
Of course Bush wasn't "concerned" about Bin Laden. He was too busy trying to extract revenge on Saddam Hussein for an alledged plot to assassinate his father. (A plot nobody I know remembers hearing about.) Besides, Bush was too busy being led around by the ring President Cheney put through his nose. (Yes, I know Cheney was Vice-president, but hes WAS the man behind the throne pulling the strings of his puppet, Bush.)
 
 
+25 # Capn Canard 2011-09-10 16:01
JDV, remember Paul O'Neil Secretary of the Treasury? O'Neil wrote a book about how the Bush administration was obsessed with Saddam Hussein BEFORE 9/11/2001!!! The criminal Bush Administration was in it to win it by hook or by crook, they were fixated on killing Saddam Hussein and then calling it patriotism... it is my theory that Saddam wrote his death sentence when he did two unforgivable things: he tried to sell oil below OPEC prices while at the same time selling more oil than his quota would allow, and 2) he invaded oil rich Kuwait! A loose cannon like that could really put a dent in OIL PROFITS. BTW the main reason oil prices didn't go up so much in the 1980s is because the Saudis were trying to under cut Saddam's efforts at raising more funds hence they flooded the market and the price of oil dropped.
 
 
+103 # MainStreetMentor 2011-09-09 18:46
Well, what would you expect from a man who's is fundamentally nothing more than a member of the "good-ol'-boy" syndrome?
 
 
+133 # lark3650 2011-09-09 21:19
What about the thousands of soldiers and civilians who have died in these never-ending wars of Iraq and Afghanistan? Who gets credit for that?
 
 
+60 # Dick Huopana 2011-09-10 08:34
Yes, and also the even greater number who have not died but have been physically and mentally maimed, many permanently.
 
 
+15 # Capn Canard 2011-09-10 16:03
lark3650, that credit goes to Oil Industry's push for more profit. That is part of the cost of doing business.
 
 
+88 # DaveM 2011-09-09 22:06
The quality of this claim may well be judged by the fact that it took ol' George four months to come up with it.
 
 
+146 # Billy Bob 2011-09-09 22:10
Bush ABSOLUTELY WAS responsible for MANY deaths - perhaps over a million.

bin laden wasn't one of them.

I will give bush credit, however, for seeing to it that bin laden's entire family were allowed a military escort as they escaped the U.S. on Sep 12, just to make sure they wouldn't have to face any questioning.

Remember Sep. 12, anyone? That was a BIGGER deal than Sep. 11. Sep. 11 was when a few buildings were attacked by foreign terrorists. Sep. 12 was when our entire country was put on lockdown by domestic terrorists in the White House.

NONE of us were allowed to fly on Sep. 12 - UNLESS we were members of the bin laden family.

So, thanks bush jr., for doing your part to ease the pressures of overpopulation, by killing so many people.

BUT, bin laden wasn't one of them.
 
 
+31 # SouthBrun 2011-09-10 05:31
Billy Bob...Thanks For The Memories.
 
 
+78 # Reductio Ad Absurdum 2011-09-09 22:38
It makes you wonder if Gen. Tommy Franks was ordered to let bin Laden slip away at Tora Bora in 2001 so Bush could keep the urgency of "the war on terror" at fever pitch. If bin Laden had been captured or killed at Tora Bora, I think collective America would have had its lust for revenge sated, and would not have wanted to invade Iraq.
 
 
+48 # JDV 2011-09-10 08:58
I hate to say it, but I've had the same thought. Ever notice how the now cancelled terrorist warning level rose before every holiday and especially high just before an election, espcially one where the GOP might lose as seat? Coincidence? I think not. 9/11 was just and ordinary day. (Unless you take into consideration 9-1-1 being the emergency call numbers. Another coincidence?) Yes, I do believe OBL was allowed to escape. He was the Bush administration' s trump card allowing him to invade Iraq under the guise of fighting terrorism and to ignore the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
 
 
+17 # KittatinyHawk 2011-09-10 14:39
Tom ridge was a Juice it up Freak with that Alert Button.

Funny thing is morons out there still forget how many people from around the world, how many religions were part of the Victims that died. Muslims died also..why would they want to prove they could kill them again? this NY Alert crap is still the GOP and Corporate threats under Dominance and Submission Mentality
 
 
-1 # X Dane 2011-09-16 20:32
Reductio.
I think Tommy Franks is ALSO criminally responseble for the destruction of Bagdad, and so is Rumsfeld.
For there were not enough soldiers to protect vital infrastructure.

I hold him and Rumsfeld resposible for the destruction and theft from the important museum of antiquity. That is inmportant to the WORLD, having items from "the cradle of civilization".

I KNOW Rumsfeld wanted a small force, but........Tomm y Frank was the BLEEPING GENERAL. He was a coward if he could not tell Rumsfeld, that he needed to have forces large enough to protect the city and it's citizens.

Let's not forget: WE WERE PRESUMABLY LIBERATING IRAQ!!!!!!!!!!S OME LIBERATION
 
 
+64 # Bill Clements 2011-09-09 22:46
Pathetic! Bush quickly lost interest in getting OBL. He had bigger fish to fry: his illegal preemptive attack on Iraq and the disaster that followed.
 
 
+70 # TrueAmericanPatriot 2011-09-09 23:30
What an asinine display of arrogance and ego! That double talking liar said in an interview that he did not think about bin Laden that much anymore! What can you expect, though, from a drugstore-cowbo y vermin?
 
 
+17 # KittatinyHawk 2011-09-10 14:40
Cheney is on TV shows, W need attention...
 
 
+67 # Regina 2011-09-09 23:48
George W. Bush -- he's The Great Hallucinator. Ordinary persons with such an inventive imagination are confined in institutions, where they can rave on without further harm.
 
 
+26 # CL38 2011-09-10 10:35
Cheney could be confined there, too.
 
 
+42 # tomo 2011-09-10 00:05
Well, unlike most of the commentators above, I'm willing to give Bush as much "credit" as he wants. It was he and Cheney who sold the idea that we live in "an existential crisis" (to borrow a phrase from the Israelis) in which all the laws of society are put in suspension; in which there no longer are rules of morality (so you can torture whomever you want, with whatever degree of inevidence the case may offer, for as long as you want, and you never need to answer for what you've done; where you can render people; where you can send drones into foreign countries to assassinate people there; where you can wipe out weddings and funerals so long as you call it "collateral damage;" where you can lock up truth-tellers, and listen in on ordinary Americans to your heart's content. THIS was all the work of Bush and Cheney, with an assist from a thoughtful rereading of the Constitution by the incedible John Yoo of Boalt Hall. Obama was just the dumb fool who swallowed all this garbage. So, yes, the Bush/Cheney Presidency laid the theoretical ground-work for the miraculous and beautiful assassination of Osama bin Ladin; and the Obama/Cheney
Presidency actually came up with a detailed plan and executed it to "perfection." Oh Happy Day. (But let's keep Obama in the White House lest we get one of those Republicans in his place; we know how bad those guys are.)
 
 
+24 # futhark 2011-09-10 05:40
If W wants the credit for responsibility for political assassination, that's fine with me. It's all part of the pattern of his modus operandi. The concepts of liberty and justice are beyond the scope of his intellectual or ethical universe. "Offing" a perceived opponent when it is deemed expedient is at least consistent with his perception of himself as some kind of "Godfather".
 
 
0 # X Dane 2011-09-16 20:38
tomo.
TERROR means: NEVER HAVING TO SAY YOU ARE SORRY
 
 
+65 # chick 2011-09-10 00:50
Bush, Cheney, rumsfeld, all in his cabinet were liars, hypocrites, sneaks, un-American, traitors.
We will be digging ourselves out for years in the mess they put us in.
 
 
+40 # vitobonespur 2011-09-10 01:12
"Democracies, when they take hold, yield peace..."

Of course! Just look at all the peace our democracy is yielding.

After reading and listening to some of Bush's comments I think someone ought to warn his security team that his heart may simply stop pumping to avoid having to send blood to a brain that's never been used.

That being said...I EFFIN' HATE THAT SONOFABITCH! Whew...I feel better now.
 
 
+72 # X Dane 2011-09-10 02:15
Republicans love to say that there were no terorrist attacs during Bush's presidency????? ????? What the devil was 9-11???? It was definitely Bush's fault,
For he did NOT want to pay attention to Bin Laden, although the Clinton adm. told him how dangerous OBL was, and that they needed to go after him. The Bush adm. also knew that there were plans to fly planes into buildings.
They had been informed of it.

Still at the 9-11 hearings Rice said that: "Nobody could imagine that planes would be flown into buildings." Lies, lies. And ALL AUGUST when Tenet said, that they all "had their hair on fire"
because they realized, that something terrible wAS going to happen. Where was Bush????playing on his ranch.

When a cia agent came to inform him that OBL was determined to attack inside USA,
Bush's answer was "Ok you have covered your ass, you can go now."
ALWAYS THE STUPID FLIPPANT COWBOY.
HE MOST DEFINITELY BEARS RESPONSIBILITY.
 
 
+18 # KittatinyHawk 2011-09-10 14:42
You forget, Bush's were friends and dealing with all these people and their families since at least the fifties thru Papa
 
 
+69 # sandyboy 2011-09-10 02:26
Bush could give Goebbels a run for his money: "When you lie, lie big and stick to it" the Nazi propagandist said. What an unmitigated bum this war criminal is.
 
 
+35 # Bill Clements 2011-09-10 09:51
Your quote immediately brings Republicans generally to mind. It's one of their most effective tools: repeat it again and again until people simply begin to assume it must be true.
 
 
+12 # KittatinyHawk 2011-09-10 14:43
His whole Family are. Cheney, Rumsfield and the lot
 
 
+31 # jrk8z 2011-09-10 08:03
911 would not have happened if Bush had not stole the election.
http://www.essex1.com/people/cates/Bush.htm
 
 
+35 # allie 2011-09-10 08:05
Rove, Cheney and Rumsfeld ran the Bush presidency. They ran it on fear of another terrorist attack after 9/11. Remember that ridiculous deck of cards with their most wanted. After Bin Laden’s death all the republicans were giving credit to Bush. Amazing how they take credit but never blame. Ain't American politics grand!
 
 
+21 # Erdajean 2011-09-10 08:35
A timely truth from a wise old preacher, addressing penitent sinners:
"Recognizing it is the first step toward correcting it."

We've been in that "first step" stage since we noticed Little Bush and Company stealing the 2000 election. When, if EVER, will we finish that "correction?"
It is now June of 1776,dear friends.
 
 
+31 # JDV 2011-09-10 08:44
this is so typical of Bush & Co. Deny that terrorists attacked during their diastrous 8 years in office, (9/11 occured under their watch), then turn around and say they're responcible for the death of OBL, (which took place long after they left office). Bush and Cheney continue to give us lies, lies, and more lies.
 
 
+22 # Kootenay Coyote 2011-09-10 08:48
Face it, the man is a Monkey’s Bum & needs no more attention that a strait jacket & a padded cell for the remained of his nasty little life.
 
 
+34 # dfvboulder 2011-09-10 08:50
So Bush completely botches the hunt for Bin Laden -- except when he abandoned it entirely -- and he deserves credit for nailing him.

Meanwhile, Bush trashes the economy, bails out the banks with TARP, and Obama is responsible for the recession and is a huge spender.

Give me a second, I'm sure I can get my mind around that...
 
 
+28 # Activista 2011-09-10 09:37
Bin Laden and 911 hysteria is BIG MILITARISTIC PROPAGANDA. - i.e. more MONEY and PROFIT for militarism.
US is BIG looser in this game - AL QAEDA decentralized - with help of NATO is spreading to Africa (see Algeria).
Militarism BANKRUPTED USA.
 
 
+31 # reiverpacific 2011-09-10 09:44
I couldn't wait to hear the RSN comments on this one!
I have little to add but agreement to what has been posted already, except to remind y'all that some of the imbeciles who voted for the li'l phony frat-fink and his Munster-reject V.P. will probably go along with this, no doubt encouraged by FOX, Bechh and Limp-baugh's shrinking but still far-too-numerou s gang of ditto-heads.
This sort of thing is irritating to be sure but we must press on with what currently ails the country (thanks to the inept and paranoid rush to war with the resultant overblown military/securi ty expenditures and brokering for the wealthy, cronyism by he-of-the-dysle xic-tongue and his hovering at the trough cabal of evil-doers).
I know that they should all be doing hard time in Gitmo or Abu Grahib but we need to concentrate on getting the current President to actually do his job on behalf of the rest of us instead of taking over as the C.E.O. for the brokerage of the wealthy.
And thanks to "Billy Bob" for reminding us all about the rest of the population (including the private planes of the wealthy) being grounded whilst the Bin-Laden clan were especially "airlifted" from Bluegrass field in Lexington, KY.
 
 
+19 # propsguy 2011-09-10 09:52
he should time the credit for the crime and then he should do the time- how about a few hundred years in solitary
 
 
+8 # KittatinyHawk 2011-09-10 14:45
All of Family and Buddies give them the deck of cards for Texas Hold em
 
 
+11 # Pikewich 2011-09-10 09:55
I can hardly wait to see if he will claim credit for Big Bird's demise also.
 
 
+25 # fredboy 2011-09-10 09:57
As I recall, Bush/Cheney (one creature) kept Bin Laden alive for eight years to serve as the nation's fear bogeyman--right out of Orwell's 1984. And Bush/Cheney allowed Bin Laden's family to fly out of the US directly after the 9/11 attack. And called off our troops at Tora Bora so their pet could survive and escape. I guess the one way Bush/Cheney could twist this into taking credit for Bin Laden's interception would be to admit he served their eight year hell term well and they were through with him.
 
 
+3 # futhark 2011-09-11 06:47
Reference to "Emmanuel Goldstein" in Nineteen Eighty-Four.
 
 
+43 # Vardette 2011-09-10 10:17
He's a lunatic. Of course he would say something so bizzare. Everything he did was awful. Used 911 to destroy a nation for oil, spent trillions, lost billions, killed tens of thousands, took away our civil liberties, created a police state, stole 2 elections, packed the court with right wing pigs who are selling us out, broke our economy, outsourced jobs, created the toxic mortgage scam -remember his mantra about everyone should own their own home thing? Deregulated the banks and everything else, defunded student loans and the public school system and all our protections. He and his gang are the destroyers and the war profiteers. They are stupid, blind and ruthless. There were a vast number of warnings about 911 which they ignored and one has to wonder why? But if they could so easily kill tens of thousands of men, women and children in Iraq why not 3000 of us to change the game in New York? It was just revealed on Charlie Rose that no one was allowed to question the 911 detainees. And here we are 10 years later, putting us all at risk for their twisted Evangelical crusade to take over the Middle East as they spend untold billions for our secret security cluster, private mercenary armies, endless wars and now flooding our cities with swat teams and assassinating whomever they wish in any nation they please as they continue to sell us the war on terror that they created
 
 
+12 # bvinson 2011-09-10 13:33
BRAVO! So well said!!!!!
 
 
+8 # bvinson 2011-09-10 13:38
Bush ought to see all these comments that are the truth. He thinks that as an Evangelical, he's going to sit on the other side of God for all his wonderful works as prez. If he could see what people really think of him, it might take him down a peg or two since they aren't going to try him for treason.
 
 
+10 # reiverpacific 2011-09-11 10:10
Quoting bvinson:
Bush ought to see all these comments that are the truth. He thinks that as an Evangelical, he's going to sit on the other side of God for all his wonderful works as prez. If he could see what people really think of him, it might take him down a peg or two since they aren't going to try him for treason.

Neh, people like him are immune to criticism in their sociopathic and hubristic ego-states. I mean he struts around at PGA golf tournaments and Baseball games, still the frat-brat that he always was and seemingly always will be. The biggest post-presidenti al joke on the public to date is the utterly oxymoronic "George W. Bush Library" (even worse than the Reagan one) as a towering monument of folly to the worst president of my life at least. It's almost as bad as an imaginary "Dick Cheney Center for Humanitarianism ", what?
 
 
+21 # Ellisdtripp 2011-09-10 10:40
If justice were to be pursued Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld would be tried for treason (as exactly defined in the U.S. Constitution) and executed. They a- and I am certian it was all three athough Bush probably just went along with it since he is not smart enough to come up with something on his own - issued the stand down order in 2011 allowed Bin Laden to escape from Tora Bora ushering in a very profitable ten year war that is still sucking billions of dollars out of the budget for the benefit of the military-indust rial complex. These men are treasonous lying mass murdering scum.
 
 
0 # X Dane 2011-09-16 21:01
Ellisdtripp.
You forgot one word: congressional.
It should read:
THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL, CONGRESSIONAL COMPLEX.
Sinse the people in congress reap tons of money from supporting the military industrial part of the complex.
 
 
+21 # Tom Camfield 2011-09-10 10:44
Good grief! I thought we'd seen the end of George strutting about trying to be some sort of comic-book hero.
 
 
+15 # Regina 2011-09-10 11:08
Where is that Mission Accomplished banner when he needs it???
 
 
+19 # angelfish 2011-09-10 11:48
This Hiney Wipe couldn't pour Pee out of a Boot if the directions were printed on the heel, much less, find Bin Ladin! He bragged about "Not caring WHERE he was", evidently he didn't get his script from "dick" (Cheney, that is) telling him what to say. He's just another Pustule situated to the right of Cheney, on the Rear End of America!
 
 
+9 # bigkahuna671 2011-09-10 12:29
I liked the video, but Think Progress needs to get an editor to check their product out before they post it. Otherwise, people won't be able to take them as seriously as they deserve. As for this article, it was right on. Bush was an idiot determined to make sure his friends made a lot of money from his wars.
 
 
+17 # Terrapin 2011-09-10 12:42
Why hasn't this fucking wastrel been held accountable for War Crimes? I forget ... we don't do things like that in America.
 
 
+10 # bvinson 2011-09-10 13:29
BRAVO!
 
 
+22 # bvinson 2011-09-10 13:28
I'm playing no video on which that stupid Bush-ass is featured, and certainly not one in which he pats himself on the back. Till my dying day, I will always believe that 9/11 was an inside job and our darling VP at the time masterminded it. (Unless, of course, I'm convinced otherwise.) Bush started that illegal, hideous war--probably under Cheney's orders--and we are paying mightily for it now while idiots like Bush and others profit from it.
 
 
+18 # Bob-Investigates 2011-09-10 16:07
The Bush family makes the mafia and people like Capone look like rank amateurs. NO FAMILY in world history has wasted so much public money, corrupted so many people, damaged a society and committed so many domestic crimes and war crimes that have killed or injured so many people. They should go down in history as the WORLD'S WORST CRIMINAL FAMILY!!! EVER!!!
 
 
+7 # vitobonespur 2011-09-11 20:35
It's interesting that I should read your comment right at this moment. I was just remembering how my late mother told me many years ago exactly what you have written -- that the Bushies were worse than the "Mob." I know she got her information from some reading she had done, although I have no idea from what specific tomes. Needless to say, when Georgie got the nod for the GOP Nominee, I was beside myself.

What a terrible combination: simultaneously stupid and crazy. Throw in spoiled and drunk and it becomes a grand slam for disaster.
 
 
+10 # butterscotch 2011-09-10 17:35
How bout we string up the LIARS? before they do any more lethal damage!
 
 
+8 # katsnme 2011-09-11 15:11
The following link is to a piece written by a writer for the New York Times that really sums it up! The show 'Damages' is also making a very pointed statement re: Rumsfeld, Cheney and Halliburtin. They both made millions in profit off of repercussion from 9/11. War mongering is synonymous with the Republican party and the Tea Party, but at what price? We are all now suffering from that price. >^..^
 
 
+5 # lneidhold 2011-09-12 09:40
One word describes GWB: "Schmuck"
 
 
-11 # Robt Eagle 2011-09-12 10:39
You all need to read: Kill Bin Laden: A Delta Force Commander's Account of the Hunt for the World's Most Wanted Man by Dalton Fury before you spew the BS that you do so easily. Tora Bora in detail from the man on the ground in charge!
 
 
+2 # Billy Bob 2011-09-14 14:26
I wonder who put him in charge.
 

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