Friday, November 11, 2005

The Stakes are Too High!

"The stakes in the global war on terror are too high and the national interest is too important for politicians to throw out false charges"
the president said today.

Yes, Sir, they are too high.

And your adventuring and empire building by attacking Iraq has led to more terror camps in that nation than were in Afghanistan. Your attack also gave al Qeada more recruits than ever, and has weakened our military.

And the allegations by your White House staff and allies that the Democratic Congressionals could have used your cooked intelligence and come up with another solution that your right wing allies wouldn't have allowed anyway is on of the mistruths that is helping to destroy our nation.

Thanks for showing Americans your blatant use of Karl's and Karen's talking points. But your speech and using Veterans day as a soapbox for more lies stinks and dishonors our veterans, Sir!

Report on president's speech.

A Second Opinion

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was just wondering if you could explain a bit more about just how the war in Iraq has weakend our military? oh and also whos Empire we're bulding cuz if you mean that we're going to own Iraq after this is all over your not making yourself seem to credible. Also i think we're listning to the same polotitions but you appear to be way off track regarding your statement "The mistruths that are helping to destroy our nation." Why should anyone believe you over anyone else who actually has a hand in whats really going on?

3:29 PM  
Blogger Praxxus said...

I appreciate you giving a different perspective a fair shake and linking to me as your "Second Opinion."

11:35 PM  
Blogger BrStarr said...

Praxxus. I really like the way you put it.

I'm having issues with my links, list script about how shoulder achingly difficult it is to update. (and I hated Eblogger's link solution). When I get that resolved, your's is going up.

9:12 AM  
Blogger BrStarr said...

Anonymous: Your comment is a great example of why I should ban anonymous posting, though sometimes someone smart comes along that doesn't want to sign up with eblogger so I don't. If someone is honest about what they are doing, and they're signed with eblogger, they'll give a name.

About your paid post for the RNC, I only want to know one thing, is it one of the ones paid for by the American taxpayer?

Evidence is being collected that the American taxpayer is financing political posts supporting the Bush administration on message boards and in comments, chats. When the investigation is done, all those involved are going to be in serious trouble done to the bitter, barely coherent posters that make the money.

Okay, then about that weakened Military: Let me have Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff respond to you:

"The U.S. military may not be able to win any new wars as quickly as planned because the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan have strained its manpower and resources, the nation’s top military officer told Congress in a classified report. Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, described the U.S. military as in a period of increased risk, according to a senior defense official, who described the report Tuesday on the condition of anonymity." (from a news report last May).

Why would anyone believe anything from the Bush administration itself as "those who [supposedly] know" when they have been caught lying hundreds of times, have been shown to have cooked intelligence to their own ends.

And their next plan is to have the middle class pay for their disasterous governance via 'tax reform'. "You can't tax the rich"--George Bush in his campaign 2004

And re: The U.S. won't 'own' Iraq. I'm sorry that your education was so lacking that you never heard of economic colonialism or puppet governments.

Now go collect your dime for the comment, but you are terrribly overpaid.

9:37 AM  

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