I feel at great pain when the spotlight is on the death of 4,000 American soldiers, while 600,000 Iraqi deaths are ignored. War is not a movie; it is a tragedy of dead bodies, victims, the disabled, orphans, widows and the displaced.
I feel sad when I realize how much truth is being changed or obscured in the American media.
February 18, 2008
You know, history, it's just, it, I, I've always felt that there needs to be a long leash to history. That you can't judge a administration, immediately. And, particularly one that has pushed hard for some big ideas, like, like, my administration has done.
George W. Bush
I had not heard or read these Bush lines before, or if I had, they had not imprinted on my memory.
Before I continue, here’s a small bonus---a short READING BETWEEN THE LINES for the above Bush lines:
You know, history, it's just, it, I, I've always felt that there needs to be a long leash to history [AND TO MAD DOGS LIKE ME].
That you can't judge a administration, immediately.
[THOUGH GOD CAN].
And, particularly one that has pushed hard [LIKE A CRAZY DRUG ADDICT] for some big [DUMB] ideas, like, like, my administration has done.
George W. Bush
But what I had not remembered---or read--- or heard---made me think of these
What a bad president.
What a mad president.
What a pathetic presidency.
Why would anyone embrace George W. Bush?
How could anyone embrace George W. Bush after he unleashed this terrible and unnecessary war?
This genocide that was made in the name of democracy…
This genocide that was perpetrated (and now is perpetuated) in the name of spreading freedom…
And all of the other words that are used to Justify
Death and Destruction.
American voters are not ready to embrace McCain.
America is not ready to embrace McCain’s continuation of Bush’s
IT'S THE OIL STUPID!