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Ok, Now What Do We Do? Bush to Sacrifice Your Loved Ones.

January 11, 2007

Now that the Generals have sold their soul to the true satin this week, and satin threatened Iran to the point of telling the world that the administration will attack soon. I know that some of the two people reading this [Mom, and Chris,] are saying to yourself, “We are not going to attack Iran. Read On. >>>

Oh But yes we are. I predict that before the Blood Soaked Chimp is out of office, we will have made an attempt dropping a few bombs, and launched a Tactical Nukes at Iran. I feel confident about this statement. If you read the text of the speech last night, you will see that is what “Old Shoot’em Up Bush” said.

Bush Speech

Blockquote>Succeeding in Iraq also requires defending its territorial integrity – and stabilizing the region in the face of the extremist challenge. This begins with addressing Iran and Syria. These two regimes are allowing terrorists and insurgents to use their territory to move in and out of Iraq. Iran is providing material support for attacks on American troops. We will disrupt the attacks on our forces. We will interrupt the flow of support from Iran and Syria. And we will seek out and destroy the networks providing advanced weaponry and training to our enemies in Iraq.

We are also taking other steps to bolster the security of Iraq and protect American interests in the Middle East. I recently ordered the deployment of an additional carrier strike group to the region. We will expand intelligence sharing – and deploy Patriot air defense systems to reassure our friends and allies. We will work with the governments of Turkey and Iraq to help them resolve problems along their border. And we will work with others to prevent Iran from gaining nuclear weapons and dominating the region.

Bush delivered last nights speech in the manor that he delivered the speech letting the world know that he was going to attack Iraq. He took on a Cowboy like mentality. Which might be fitting, because this is Bush’s Little Bighorn.

The Mainstream Media was all-abuzz with the news; George W. Bush admitted he made a couple of mistakes, and that past plans were flawed. Yet he also so clearly said, he was not changing the plans, but instead was going to make them worse by adding more troops to the mix. He did this while telling the parents, spouses, and siblings of soldiers, that they more than likely their loved ones were going to be the blood shed, or sacrificed for his “Same Old New Plan.”

Bush Speech

The changes I have outlined tonight are aimed at ensuring the survival of a young democracy that is fighting for its life in a part of the world of enormous importance to American security. Let me be clear: The terrorists and insurgents in Iraq are without conscience, and they will make the year ahead bloody and violent. Even if our new strategy works exactly as planned, deadly acts of violence will continue – and we must expect more Iraqi and American casualties. The question is whether our new strategy will bring us closer to success. I believe that it will.

So let me get this straight. The Blood Soaked Chimp is asking the people of the United States to standby as he sends more of our loved ones off to die for his lies, and admitted mistakes. Does he have a large set of balls?

ABA

D you think George W. Bush’s New Plan SUCceed?

A. Yes, It will succeed at getting thousands of more U.S. and Iraqi troops killed.

B. Yes, this is how it should have been from the start.

C. No, it is a failure from the word sacrifice.

D. No, nauha, never, no way, not gon’a happen.

E. Not sure,
Ps. since there is no polling on here as of yet, please give your choice in the Replies.

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  1. David permalink
    January 30, 2007 1:05 pm

    Manymeez,

    Just for the record, I am a retired disabled veteran who served this country in the Persian Gulf in 1983, 1991 and deployed again in 1997 to the Middle East. Does this make me special, NO. I’m just a simple man stating what I have experienced in the world during times of trouble.

    Yes, I have spoken to my brothers and sisters in uniform who served in various military campaigns throughout the world while at the VA hospital where I go to get medical care and pick up medication. I’ve seen one of my retired military brothers who at 61 years of age pin his medals to his chest and tried to take his own life in a VA hospital parking lot thinking no one cared. Manymeez, have you been to your local VA hospital as a volunteer to assist veterans? Volunteers are always needed at the VA from what I hear. Or maybe you just publish your self-righteous OPINION from the SAFETY of your home while passing judgment on others with a different view point.

    I have experienced outside two U.S. embassies many years ago overseas as a young military guy and witnessed American generated anti-war slogans, banners, etc. carried by foreigners while throwing rocks at me and others. I wonder how you would feel if you were being assaulted by foreigners knowing that they got there political ammunition from the very people you have sworn to protect? I was in the military in 79 when there was many of the Vietnam era guys were still on active military duty. I know what they told me of the negative media assault on them by the public. So I ask you, what would a reasonable person learn from these experiences?

    I can attest that there are things that go on in this world that many Americans would not believe probably because they have never been exposed directly to the many ideologies or cultures of the world. Some are really violent. Again, you are fee to say what your political beliefs are in public, but remember your very words, no matter how sincerely you believed in them, can easily be used by others to assist in furthering their agenda.

    Manymeez, what have you EXPERIENCED outside your comfort zone in this big all loving world of ours?

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  2. January 27, 2007 9:20 pm

    I am completely blown away by the thought processes that some engage themselves in to justify this war. Though David made some interesting points, I think it is HE, who is out to support his own agenda. Obviously, he has bought into the bag of lies that are being spoon fed to the American people. Has he talked to the thousands of men and women who have returned from the war? By his response, my guess would be, no. If Bush was really interested in protecting our safety from terrrorism, there would be far more on his agenda than bloodshed. Although I realize there is much that we are not told due to security, I wonder, what is being done here at home to protect us not only from terrorist, but from ourselves? The stink of it all is, most political leaders that have reached the high levels of power are pretty much the same, but with different agenda’s.

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  3. January 13, 2007 2:45 am

    Though I do agree that it is used by other countries as you have stated. The bigger injustice to the troops would be to setback and do and say nothing.

    I am sorry but, but this administration has managed to get laws passed that infringe on my rights as a U.S. Citizen. I have had a number of blogs shut down under the heading of border line sedition. So please understand that I have no love for what this administration is doing to it’s own people. This war of choice is but a piece of the pie. It is a large piece granted. However as I stated before because it is a war of choice, all the deaths are on his hands.

    As for my experience in this world I too have been around, and in many countries. I was old enough to remember Vietnam and the outcry of the citizenry, Most of whom were speaking out as not to end up in that unjust war.

    Please always remember, I may not agree with your views, but I will fight for your right to express them.
    ABA

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  4. David permalink
    January 12, 2007 11:18 pm

    ABA,

    You say I need to get my facts straight! Did you note what I said in my first paragraph of comments? “While I do not agree with all aspects of the handling of the war”. No, I don’t like how this war got started or how events have unfolded since the beginning. The fact is, we are in a war and we Americans can debate the legitimacy of the war until we are blue in the face and still profound differences in opinion will remain.

    I’m speaking from seeing how American public opinion, protest, etc. was used by the enemy during the Vietnam War to humiliate our troops when I was a teenager, I’m speaking as a military veteran who served in the Middle East when over 200 U.S. Marines were killed in Beirut, Lebanon by a terrorist bombing in 1983 and the loss of American troops lives in the 1991 invasion of Iraq. Each time, the American protest machine was deployed in full force under the banner of having the “American troops” best interest at hand. What a joke. Some Politicians and Protesters use the Troops to only further their own agendas in my opinion.

    On many occasions when I was in foreign countries such as the Philippines, Thailand, the Middle East, etc…One could see the various AMERICAN generated anti-war/presidential slogans and banners of the time displayed on public billboards and in many of the foreign media venues. I’m sure this effort was designed to incite and rally negative public opinion for American troops. There are other incidents I could mention of this nature, but you being a small town boy, according to your mission statement, I don’t think you are ready to believe them.

    Additionally, yes, you may be the only individual in this particular blog/website that uses the term “Blood Soaked Chimp”, but if you ever frequent the Middle East it is a common term used by some religious extremist to describe people who they consider to be less than a human. This Sir could be you or I in THEIR EYES believe it or not.

    ABA, I do not know how much of the world you have experienced, maybe very little, but believe me there are people and nations who actively seek out any source of information to assist in discrediting America and its people without provocation because of our free life style. I do not usually do this, but please read the next paragraph and pay attention to the last sentence. The text came out of a brochure from a foreign country and was being read to the public concerning gathering information.

    Public Sources: Using this public source openly and without resorting to illegal means, it is possible to gather at least 80% of information about the enemy. The percentage varies depending on the government’s policy on freedom of the press and publication. It is possible to gather information through newspapers, magazines, books, periodicals, official publications, and enemy broadcasts. Attention should also be given to the public opinion, comments, protest and jokes of common people for use against the enemy.

    So you and others want to voice your dissatisfaction with your President and government, it’s America, go ahead, but remember there may be a negative impact on your own fellow Americans behind the scene. Does anyone care? It is well known that Americans can vigorously disagree with their President, but it can be done in a responsible manner.

    You have a good day Sir.

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  5. January 12, 2007 3:35 am

    David, This was a war of choice. Plain and simple. He lied on a number of occasions on why he chose to invade Iraq.

    Now if this debacle was not bad enough, last night he as much as put the world on notice, he will attack Iran. Who has said that if attacked they will start attacking American troops in Iraq.
    So yes, He is the Blood Soaked Chimp, and deserves the name. (By the way I am the only one that refers to him that way.) So sir, you need to step away and examine the facts more closely, and you will find that they chose this war which in my eyes and the eyes of others make him guilty as charged.
    ABA

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  6. David permalink
    January 11, 2007 8:55 pm

    ABA,

    You and many others, including the media, sit there in the SAFETY of your homes and offices spewing out your self-righteous and sarcastic remarks never thinking of the negative impact it all has on the American troops who willingly volunteered to fight for their country and to obey the orders of the President. Many of you also refer to President Bush as a “Blood Soaked Chimp” implying that he intentionally and wantonly sends American troops to their death. This notion is pure propaganda! While I do not agree with all aspects of the handle of the war, I’m sure it is with a heavy and saddened heart that he must send America’s young men and women in harms way due to a few groups of terrorist, death squads and religious fundamentalist who would kill anywhere in the world to further their ideology if the chance arises.

    I wonder if the American public knows or even cares that the various anti-Bush slogans and banners they carry before them in their demonstrations or post on the internet are in turn used to rally further attacks against American troops all over Iraq as well as the greater Middle East by the very groups of fundamentalist the American troops are fighting. I spent a year deployed in the Middle East and witnessed this fact for myself and it was so disheartening. I wish many of you could sit among the troops and hear their comments concerning the negative slogans and banners against America and their COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. So I would say to you all, it does not help the anti-war cause or American troops to belittle our president as so many do theses days.

    To see the American flag displayed in such a disrespectfully manner just shows me that these people have no respect for themselves or anything else around them. How many of you have been to a parent’s home to see an American flag folded so crisply and neatly with a son’s or daughter’s picture attached to it? I wonder how many of the anti-war folks really care about the welfare of American troops or are they just using the troops name to justify and further own their ideology.

    Lastly, I think we all would like to live in a world were mutual respect for each others beliefs and way of life was the norm. The fact is that the world is no utopia. All wars in human history have levied a heavy price on the population in one way or another. Yes, the act of war is not very humane and should be avoided, but as long as men and nations feel the need to settle their differences by violence then their will always be a need for a nation to have a means to defend itself against raw aggression thereby life will be lost. This is the world we live in folks.

    You ask if President Bush’s plan will succeed. Only if the American military is allowed to go into the fight with the FULL FORCE of all its might and the enemy is allowed no sanctuary to hide. To this end, I’m sure the court of public opinion will be against this kind of necessary unrestrained use of force which may have lead to the current situation in Iraq.

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