Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Ever The Fear Monger: Bush Set To Beat The Drum For The Terrorists Once Again

Amidst the backdrop of protests happening around the globe, George Bush is scheduled to again spout his usual fear laden diatribe to drum up more support for his grand "democracy spreading" experiment in Iraq. Really, however you like to slice it, OBL couldn't ask for a better person to beat the fear drum for his cause.
President Bush says he has no doubts about waging the unpopular war in Iraq despite the "high cost in lives and treasure." He says that retreat now would embolden Iran and provide al-Qaida with money for weapons of mass destruction to attack the United States.
Bush has taken our country down the road we never should had traveled and there's no easy way out of it. I just wish he would stop mongering the fear to get us to support him and his ungodly and unfathomably costly war to assuage his on guilty conscience (if he has one). No doubt, these words come easy to the man who hasn't lost a child nor had his child incapacitated because of his Iraq mess. "High Cost in lives and treasure" my God. He has no idea how bad it is does he?


SheaNC said...

I liked it when he said that if only he was younger, and not otherwise employed, he wishes he could be on the front lines, facing danger, spreading democracy, and experiencing the "romance" of the war.

You know, people had to invent Hell to rationalize the existence of guys like him.

Mary Ellen said...

We're speaking of a man who has no soul. I've been reading all the blogs who participated in the blogswarm on the anniversary of the Iraq war. It was so difficult for me to write my post because I keep thinking of those who have died, troops and innocent civilians, and wonder if we can ever have peace in the middle east again. Even if we get our troops out, I don't see peace in the future. What a world we've left for our children. :-(

Anonymous said...

Das ist normal

''Man generally is entangled in insoluble problems; history is consequently a tragedy in which we are all involved, whose keynote is anxiety and frustration, not progress and fulfillment.''

Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.