Tuesday, August 15, 2006

More B.S. We've Heard Before

As British authorities make another arrest in the al-Qaeda bomb plot, thus demonstrating that the war on terror must be fought with solid police work and international cooperation instead of brutish military occupations of countries that neither attacked or threatened us, George W. Bush chose to bring out the same tired old horse puckey.
"America is safer than it has been, yet it is not yet safe," Bush told reporters at the National Counterterrorism Center just outside Washington. "The enemy has got an advantage when it comes to attacking our homeland: they got to be right one time and we got to be right 100 percent of the time to protect the American people."
Coming from a dictator who has been wrong 100% of the time, that's actually a bit frightening. And for the record, America has never been more vulnerable no thanks to that treasonous little turd Shrubya and his minions.

The Bush regime is preparing to expand its invasion and occupation of oil-producing Middle East countries to a four-front war. Any disciple of Sun Tzu knows it is just plain stupid to fight a war on multiple fronts. Yet despite the bungled occupation of Iraq, the stretching and weakening of the U.S. military, and diminished international support, the regime is going to go ahead with its plans anyway.

Those asking why can look no further than simple lust for power; and the impatience of evil men in their old age anxious to complete their goals before time finally, thankfully, forces them off this mortal coil. These inhuman monsters do not care how much innocent blood they have to spill to carry out their plans for world domination.

So expect to hear the same B.S. about Iran and Syria (another target of the Bush regime) that we heard about Iraq. And expect the iron boot of a thuggish government completely hijacked by ideological madmen to further stamp out liberties at home and squash dissent in ways reminiscent of Orwell.

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