All posts tagged: Iraq

have they forgotten?

have they forgotten?

Those yearning for a third term by Dick Cheney must be sadists or masochists. Or both. If Cheney had indeed been calling the shots, we’d be mired in THREE quagmires. *Afghanistan. Call it Obama’s war all you want, but the only thing he’s done differently […]

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sacrelicious

sacrelicious

Significant ammo for those who think Bush, while in charge and ultimately responsible, was a useful dupe: [Donald Rumsfeld] gave President George Bush secret intelligence briefs headlined with biblical quotations, in a bid to boost his standing with the deeply religious president but one that […]

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Good News From Baghdad

Good News From Baghdad

No matter your thoughts on the war, every American should welcome this news: The security improvements in most neighborhoods are real. Days now pass without a car bomb, after a high of 44 in the city in February. The number of bodies appearing on Baghdad’s […]

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Good News From Baghdad

Good News From Baghdad

No matter your thoughts on the war, every American should welcome this news: The security improvements in most neighborhoods are real. Days now pass without a car bomb, after a high of 44 in the city in February. The number of bodies appearing on Baghdad’s […]

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Reading Between the Lines

Reading Between the Lines

I doubt Bush 41 intended it as such, but he seemed to be making a powerful statement against torture Sunday in a Fox News interview: Wallace: “The President remembered the courage and humanity of American soldiers and he grew emotional.” Bush: “My favorite picture is […]

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Bush’s speech

Bush’s speech

He barely mentioned the failed reconciliation attempts within the Iraqi government, or how to reverse that trend. He warned of dire consequences stemming from an American withdrawl, but most of those scenarios have already unfolded. In short, Bush offered nothing new. Nor did he present […]

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