Thursday, October 06, 2005

Bush: U.S. Has Disrupted 10 Al Qaeda Plots

President Bush said today the United States and its allies have disrupted at least 10 serious plots by the al Qaeda network in the last four years, as he sought to rally the nation against international terrorists and warned foreign governments against supporting them.

In what the White House billed as a major speech, Bush told the National Endowment for Democracy in Washington that of the "10 serious al Qaeda terrorist plots" that he said have been disrupted since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, three involved "al Qaeda plots to attack inside the United States."

  1. Booga Booga. Poll numbers going down? Time to bring out the scare tactics.
  2. This was world wide. In the meantime, there have been at least 10 al Qeada attacks that got through
  3. I would have been more impressed if the Bush administration had stopped these other attacks without the major incompetency that brought us 911 and the failure of post- Katrina and Rita (whose evacuation mess ups and slow relief have also been noted.
  4. Setting up to attack Syria and Iran, countries that have actual armies and airforces, not a bunch of scare conscripts overruled by the leader's friends and relatives. Experts have noted that no matter how is stands now, there cannot be another invasion without the nation resorting to a draft.


Oh I like this one: (/sarcasm)

Bush retorted, "But let's be clear: It is cowardice that seeks to kill children and the elderly with car bombs and cuts the throat of a bound captive and targets worshipers leaving a mosque.

Notice how he makes things out so it can't be turned back on himself easily. But what is it to attack a nation of mostly children, which had given up most of its defensive weapons to play our game when you knew there were no WMDs as the Downing Street Memos show. What is that Mr. Bush? What is it to kill over 100,000 (as of summer of 2004 and not counting the Fallujah massacres?)

What is it to fly around the country hiding from terrorists, then go stand on the bodies of the victims like you did anything to help on 9/11?

Inquiring minds want to know, Mr. Bush.

More:

Bush said, "we're determined to deny radical groups the support and sanctuary of outlaw regimes."


Outlaw regimes?

Who outlawed them?

Sheriff W?

Whether we like them or not, I'm sure these leaders have been accepted by the world as legitimate.

And, BTW, what about the leaders of a nation that created a living hell in Iraq?

Shouldn't they join the list of "outlaw regimes"?

According to you, yourself, Mr. Bush, even if leaders have been duly elected--which we assume you think you are--they are outlaw if they do evil things.

Under those circumstances your administration should all be resigning in a matter of days.

Read rest at:Washington Post

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