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21 June, 2004
Turd of the Week
Bush and Cheney, y'all sure are gambling what little is left of your credibility with the continuing insistence that Saddam and Osama were buddies.
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President, it's the Sudan on the Phone. Shall I Have Them Call Back
Two Million deaths later, not counting beheading of children, rape and branding of women, Sudan is still a seething genocidal hell. Lip service from the White House typifies their level of involvement with oppression in non-petroleum laden (that's pronounced "lay-den") countries. But wait... apparently oil reserves have been recently discovered in Sudan.
Where's the rescue movement for the Sudanese? George? Hello?
President, it's Truth on the Phone. Shall I Have Them Call Back Later?
You'd think Bush would just act a little embarrassed and face the truth, or at least shut up about it and hope only left wing niche websites would keep yapping about it, while their right wing counterparts quibbled over the actual meaning of the hideous legacy of beard and mustache linkage quotes that Bush and his henchpeople spewed across the nation for months.
But these guys are sticking with their story in the face of incontrovertible, bipartisan findings that prove they were lying then, just as they are lying now. Sure, Bush apologists will desperately try to hide in the semantic seams of the litany of lies. Those seams exist in the narrowest sense, almost as though Cheney figured they'd need a verbal exit strategy when the truth emerged. Karl Rove has probably figured that Bush can stick to his lies and hope the whole thing will be a he said / she and a bipartisan congressional committee with sweeping powers of interrogation and analysis said kind of thing.
C'mon Kerry, how 'bout jumping on that will stiletto heels?
Depends on What Your Definition of Contacts, Connections and Shadowy
"You can't distinguish between al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein when
you talk about the war on terror,"
is, is that they work in concert. The danger is, is that Al-Qaeda becomes
an extension of Saddam's madness
and his hatred
and his capacity to extend weapons of mass destruction around the world."
to think about Saddam Hussein using al Qaeda to do his dirty work,
not leave fingerprints behind."
a person who has had contacts with al Qaeda"
got connections with al Qaeda"
is a guy who has had connections with these shadowy terrorist networks."
know he's got ties with al Qaeda."
know that he's had connections with al Qaeda."
had connections with shadowy terrorist networks like al Qaeda."
know that he has had contacts with terrorist networks like al Qaeda"
is a man who has had contacts with al Qaeda."
from intelligence sources, secret communications,
and statements by people
now in custody reveal that Saddam Hussein
protects terrorists, including members of al Qaeda"
that Iraq has trained Al Qaeda members in bomb-making and poisons
and deadly gases."
"So, yes, there are contacts between Iraq and al Qaeda. We know that Saddam
Hussein has a long history with terrorism in general. And there are some
al Qaeda personnel who found refuge in Baghdad...There clearly are contacts
between al Qaeda and Iraq that can be documented."
al Qaeda is operating inside Iraq."
what we consider to be credible evidence that al Qaeda leaders have
sought contacts in Iraq who could help them acquire weapons of mass
It's a clever strategy of course, most Americans won't realize that he's spending hundreds of billions of dollars, hundreds of American lives, thousands of Iraqi lives, exhausting all goodwill capital throughout the world and cultivating global animosity in order to do little more than change out the figurehead of Saddam. On top of that, do you really think once in power, the Sunnis will be happy with their oil lacking chunk of desert, while the Shiites in the south and the Kurds in the north are neck deep in sweet crude?
Now the Kurds are making a push to reclaim all northern lands, ensuring the impending civil war turns the newly liberated Iraq into Rwanda.
Thank you neo-cons.
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