It seems that as far as George W. Bush is concerned, the answer to the nation’s deep unhappiness with his war in
Let’s not pussyfoot around. This is George W. Bush’s war.
Bush sees our children, our brothers and sisters, husbands and wives who wear the uniform as dispensable. Their injuries and deaths as they fight his war for him do not concern him. Since he started the war in March 2003, he hasn’t attended a single soldier’s funeral, instead mouthing insincere platitudes about how their deaths grieve him. Nor do the deaths and maimings of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi citizens bother him.
By his own admission, he doesn’t have any trouble sleeping at night.
What bothers George W. Bush is that he might leave office in 2009 with a black stain on his presidency, a lost war that’s been a bloody fiasco from the start.
Someone needs to take him aside and say, “George, dear, your very presidency is a black stain."
It was a sham from the moment he was sworn in as president, when the highest office in the land was handed to him by a disgustingly partisan Supreme Court even after he’d lost the popular vote. The presidency of George Bush the Younger has been the biggest, most malevolent and deadliest flim-flam in
And now, even though only 27 percent of the population approves of his handling of the war in
This is, of course, exactly what we should have expected him to do. Bush has shown the American people over and over again that he doesn’t give a rat’s ass what they want. It’s all about George and his cronies, all about fattening the coffers of the big corporations he’s fond of. About oil. About money.
From everything I’ve read so far, even the new, Democratically controlled Congress can’t stop this latest, doomed escalation.
Kids, that crisis is already upon us. Open your eyes.
I don’t want another two or three thousand American soldiers to lose their lives and many thousands more to be injured horribly just so George W. Bush can leave office in 2009 without the loss of a war as part of his legacy. This horror is his legacy. I don’t want him to mosey back to his brush-farm in
I want our uniformed loved ones out of the slaughterhouse that George W. Bush created in
George W. Bush must be stopped. There must be justice.