The Mid East fiasco expands, as analysts pimp for the Pentagon.

Mr. President,
It has been a busy month.

It is not a good sign when an American president bets he will obtain some sort of salvation with a last-minute-miracle-Palestinian-Israel peace plan.
That former peanut farmer President Carter threw a wrench into your glamorous endeavor when he decided to talk to Hamas. Former President Jimmy Carter, the Nobel Peace Prize winner received nothing but grief from Israel and from Condoleeza for daring to try to establish a new peace initiative.
Could it be that former President
Carter will take all the glory as he gets Hamas to tentatively agree to a potential cease fire?

Your plans look pretty lame in comparison as
you attempt to revive your own peace plan.
Don't you think President Carter and the rest of the world knows, that you are doomed to fail once again? Look on the bright side junior, at the very least though, you'll have one last photo op with Jewish leaders as you kiss away your long-ignored and defunct
2002, "roadmap for peace".
Your administration and Israel can't seem to stand the idea that President Carter could possibly show the world how something as complex as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could be addressed.
Indeed, Israel Ambassador Dan Gillerman called Carter's peacemaking efforts
"a very sad episode in American history."

But then again you were never much on diplomacy or negotiation. The new photos you brandished about the Israeli bombing of a supposed nuclear facility in Syria is proof of that.

Anyone who knows anything about how you manage foreign affairs knows your disdain for any and all organized world bodies. So it was no real surprised that you left the UN's IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency's
El Baradei out of loop when you withheld information on a possible Syrian nuclear reactor.
Non-Proliferation Treaty sets the IAEA as the agency which is assigned the responsibility to verify and establish facts about those situations.
Suspicious people believe that the photos were manufactured by Cheney to sabotage ongoing North Korean talks on nuclear disarmament. Or is it just your way of keeping a neutral body from analyzing the available information. As annoying as North Korea is to you let's not forget about the other one of your axis of evil countries Iraq.

You must like how Israel have walled off the Gaza Strip thereby effectively choking off water, fuel electricity, and all relief agency food supplies from going into the area. Unable to deal with the errant home made rocket attacks Israel has decided to slowly starve the entire Gaza population while the world watches, much like the world sat on their thumbs during Cambodian, Darfur, Sudan and Serbian atrocities

Walling off areas like the Mexican border and the Gaza Strip are all the rage now I guess as you have decided to start a wall for Iraq's Sadr city.
Building a wall around Bagdad's Sadr city is just the ticket for imprisoning an entire population of unruly constituents that want their country free of American occupiers.

Israel's famous wall around Gaza Strip has worked well for them why wouldn't you?

Al_Sadr followers do not like the newly proposed American wall. They may decide this wall as a rallying point to riot against their American invaders.

Another factor which might influence that fragile truce was Condeleeza's response to Sadr's threats to void their self-imposed cease fire. You really know how to pick diplomats junior.

She called Sadr a coward. That in a nutshell can be considered the hallmark of Bush diplomacy,

Rice praises Maliki while Al_Sadr threatens open war
While she was in the Mid East she
begged Iraq's neighbors for more support again and she failed again. Maybe she should call them cowards too.

Why wouldn't Iraq's neighbors help such a reputable country as the U.S? Maybe it is because we are a world-class torturer of suspects.

The major media has reported that your cabinet, with your knowledge and approval, met about how to best torture captured suspects. And they had the meeting right in the White House itself!

This "torture meeting" can be added to the growing known list of secret meetings along with Cheney's Energy task force meetings with Ken Lay and oil executives. These secret meetings to usurp our democracy will forever help to characterize your administration as a huge black stain on our American history.
Some constitutional lawyers say the decisions made in these "torture meetings" can be
considered war crimes.

The Iraqis have become angrier of the crimes you have imposed on them and are very more on edge than ever before.
"I don't want any reparations from the government. I want my revenge from God," the mother said outside her ruined home, which buried her dead children wearing bandages from her own injuries and a broken leg after American forces blew up a nearby house.
"Let the Americans listen: If they kill all the men, we will fight them. We: the women and the children. And if they take our weapons, we will fight them with stones and knives."
This is occurring as the the steel curtain you imposed on information about your administration is turning to tissue, a tissue of lies, deceit.

For example, more information has leaked out about your promotion of torture. You consistently told the world the U.S does not torture only to find out that you tortured the definition of torture.

The world community has a pretty good handle with centuries of history on what acts constitute torture. They do not consider yours or Alberto Gonzalez's definition as legitimate.

To reinforce just how far you went to assure people would be tortured we just learned that torturer-interrogators were given a
"get out of jail free" card.
Is it any wonder why our troops have such poor morale?

Despite increased tours of service, stop loss measures, recruitment of illegal immigrants, raised age limits for volunteers, lowered education standards, more allowable recruits convicted of felonies, and the hiring enough mercenaries like Blackwater to doubled the number of American boots on the ground, you have barely been able to keep up with the deaths, injuries and suicides our military has endured.

It will be more than a year to
end stop-loss program.” General Thurman said.
The toll of the Iraq war and repeated tours of service extension and stop loss has and a very unpopular
war has forced the military to accept more felons in Marines and the Army.

CBS recently had a story describing a
suicide rate which until now has never been spoken about in the major media.

The media has always ben the key to keeping your war and it's aftermath either out of American's mind or put into the most favorable light possible.

Military analyst whore for the Pentagon
paid journalists like Armstrong Williams big money for favorable stories . Williams, a prominent was pundit $240,000 for his efforts.
In 2002, syndicated columnist
Maggie Gallagher repeatedly defended President Bush's push for a $300 million initiative encouraging marriage as a way of strengthening families after she was paid a handsome fee.

So imagine my lack of surprise that you also paid people who have the aura of American heroes to pimp your story lines on Iraq progress.
These are the same people who touted the Jessica Lynch and Pat Tillman bullshit stories to pump up the war effort.

These are the same people who publicly tout the Pentagon's mandate that our soldiers coffins, burials and injuries should not be allowed on public television. They also were the ones who neglect to tell us how many Iraqis have been killed in this war, but are the first to tell us that a school was just painted.

I feel sorry for the analysts who refused to play along.
The tarnishing of our ex-military who serve as pundits and Pentagon whores is just one more variant of the Bush virus destroying what was once good about America, our ex-military heros.

Military Analysts use of Pentagon talking points

Those who didn't play along were cut off from lucrative contacts and important contacts.

Embedded military spokesmen, embedded reporters and Fox news, who can ask for a more effective propaganda machine.

You embedded journalists to keep a lid on bad news at the start of the war, it only makes sense to imbed military analysts to keep the bullshit rolling.

Since the article appeared in the New York Times Robert Hastings, principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for public affairs, said the
practice had been ended for now

Date: April 27, 2008 5:39:40 PM CDT

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Time is running out junior.

Tick tick ...tick tock. Your opportunities to morph the War on Terror into a war on Iran is running out of time. And what does it have to do with your personal apology to Egypt after our military killed an Egyptian vender?

Despite the last NIE report which states with "high confidence" that Iran is not building nuclear weapons, you have been slowly but surely trying to disenfranchise that bit of inconvenient news.

Where is Rumsfield, Cheney, and Doug Feith?

This is what happens when you don't directly control the intelligence. You should never have disbanded Rumsfield's Iran Study Group.

And how come Cheney failed to make the agencies cheery pick raw information from questionable sources as he did to justify the Iraq war.

The effort to overturn the disastrous NIE report has been long and arduous for you.

New "phony intelligence" had to be pulled together to remake the case for attacking Iran.

The first sign of damage control was when you specifically traveled to Israel to reassure them personally that the NIE report was not going to be an issue.

According to
one press report on your stay in Israel:

"He told the Israelis that he can't control what the intelligence community says, but that [the NIE's conclusions don't reflect his own views" about Iran's nuclear weapons program, said the official, who would discuss intelligence matters only on the condition of anonymity.

The so-called "
almost an attack" by a small Iranian boat occurred coincidentally when you were on your Middle East tour.

The event was discarded after some initial investigation proved that the small boat was not a threat.

Thank God for "Mr. lock and seriously loaded Cheney," has been on a
war with Iran rant for quite a while now. I don't think he knows anything else besides pushing war and torture.

According to a White House transcript of an interview with ABC's Martha Raddatz, Cheney said:
"Obviously, they're also heavily involved in trying to develop nuclear weapons enrichment, the enrichment of uranium to weapons grade levels."

The Pentagon also said they were building
a base near the Iraq-Iran border. Their rational is that it's purpose is to stem the flow of weapons into Iraq from Iran. Although it sounds plausible, it is also a great way to amass troops on Iran's border.

Then there was the
recent dismissal of Admiral Fallon, our top U.S. commander for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars , who publicly disagreed with your saber-rattling on Iran and said that a war with Iran would not happen on his watch.

Not all your efforts are successful. For example, the
UN Security Council shot down your request to add Iranian Bank Melli to a list of Iranian entities facing sanctions which would require other countries to stop doing business with it and effectively cut off Iran from foreign capital.

To no one's surprise this last June we found out you had the Central Intelligence Agency conduct an
information war against several countries in the Middle East, including Iran, Lebanon and Syria.

And today there was an
attack on an Iranian mosque. Did we have anything to do with that?

Was the attack initiated by your efforts to destabilize the Iranian government?

Today you issued a statement that the violence in Basra and Bagdad was because of Iran and al-Qaeda.

It is hard not to notice how you are morphing al-Qaeda and Iran as one and the same just like you morphed 9/11 and Saddam Heussein into one common enemy.

If I were a suspicious person, I would say Israel's attack on Syria's "nuclear facility" was only to be the first step in establishing a scenario to have Israel, with the support of our military, attack Iran.

The rhetoric against Iran has been a steady drum roll for several months now. Phony reports about, Iran's nuclear weapons labs, so-called "attempted attacks" on our ships, Iran made IED's in Iraq, Iraqi insurgent training in Iran, and now newly discovered missile bases are slowly added to the list which you could one day attempt to spring on the American public as justification to attack or join Israel in an attack on Iran.

Petraeus made repeated references to Iran during his last visit to Capital Hill. You followed up with your own repeated references to Iran as well.

It is not going to be easy to pull off a pre-emptive attack on Iran during an election year junior.

The Democrats are blaming your multi-billion dollar wars for one of the reasons our economy has gone to hell.

Most Americans have heard of the billions of dollars you are spending on a war they now know was not needed. Those billions of dollars could have been used to help homeowners and college kids. That money could have been spent to hire Americans to repair our failing roads and bridges.

It is getting harder and harder to justify why millions of Americans are paying the highest prices on record for gas, and food while they see the value of their homes head south.

Are you so deluded that you believe a new war would be good for the economy and for the Republican Party?

And then, there are the Russians and China. They have both publicly supported Iran and have squashed any additional U.N. sanctions on Iran.

If you are not careful, you may have a proxy war with Russia and China.

There is one other thing that confuses me. Why did you recently
apologize to Egypt for accidentally killing an Egyptian vender on his boat near the Suez canal?

Did you want to keep the incident from screwing up some prior tacit approval from Egypt to look the other way when hostilities begin with Iran?

You have killed hundreds of thousands, imprisoned thousands, and destroyed the lives of millions in the Mid East without any hint of remorse. So what makes the death of a 28 year-old Egyptian so special right now?
Date: April 13, 2008 3:36:25 AM CDT
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Tears for your fears junior?

Mr. President,
I saw you crying as you awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously to Navy SEAL Petty Officer Michael Monsoor, who was killed in Iraq in September of 2006 when he jumped on a grenade to save his comrades during fighting in Ramadi.

I would like to think that the tears you shed were for the unselfish soldier who gave his life to save his buddies, but your past behavior does not really support that possibility.

During these last seven years, America has learned the hard way, not to give you the benefit of the doubt every time some right-wing talking-head espouses some episode where you might have displayed human compassion, integrity, or courage.

The world once foolishly thought you would not preemptively start a war with an innocent nation. As a Texas governor, Americans did not think you would execute mentally retarded prisoners, and we also once thought you would not undermine the Constitution you swore to protect.

We were not just wrong, we were consistently wrong, in fact we were terribly wrong, every time we opted to frame your actions in a non-political positive light.

While many people may assume you were crying over this soldier's death, we know you are not that compassionate because for one thing, you never teared up when you met with the parents of our fallen soldiers before this.

The Bush-tears were NOT over the soldier's death but over the death of your administration.

Maybe it Is the realization that those delusional parents of soldiers who died n Iraq may soon learn that the war they died for was completely unnecessary?

My best guess is that you were feeling sorry for yourself, and your tears are a result of the horrible sadness that you cannot continue your reign as our lawless-king.

You will soon be a mere human again, a rich spoiled well connected American ex-alcoholic, with constant secret service protection.

Life could be tough surrounded with only the mere trappings of the rich upper class but the cloud behind that somewhat auspicious lining may be quite possibly that you could be subject to American law.

The nearness of the end of your era should make you also realize how soon the lead curtain erected around your administration will soon be lifted, and the Bush-maggots living off the dead bodies of Iraqis and Americans alike will be visible to all.

The Bush-crime scene which will have spanned eight years will leave many pieces of evidence and many witnesses.

As soon as the Democrats take over the presidency and the majority of the Congress in November, the average American will be inundated with a barrage of evidence indicating proof of multiple Bush-crimes.

I have spoken with many people and while a few of them want to just bury the last seven years and get on with healing the large gashes you carved out of America's soul, most people want justice.

The end of your term may be more than the beginning of a war with presidential historians; it may be the beginning of a war with Congressmen who may want to seek the elusive justice that our country is due.

But, as long as you are still our president the IED's, RPG's, and high-velocity bullets will continue to destroy life and limb as Iraqi sand continues to soak up both Arab and American blood.

Well at least coffin makers, stone masons, and prosthesis makers face no fears of a recession.
Date: April 11, 2008 1:39:08 AM CDT
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A legacy of Bush sewage

Mr. President,

"With this faith, we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope. With this faith, we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood," said Dr. Martin Luther King.

These are inspiring hopeful words of a true American hero.

He has streets, and even a national holiday named after him. What will you have?

Well here is one honor you may soon get.

Looking to honor the forty-third President of the United States of America, George W. Bush, the recently formed Presidential Memorial Commission of San Francisco is looking to change the name of the Oceanside Wastewater Treatment Facility. It seems that the group would like to rename the SF Zoo adjacent facility to the "George W Bush Sewage Plant."

Sewage is pretty descriptive. It is what you are leaving the next president to clean up.

Time is running out for something positive to end your career with.

So you are out and about, searching the world for redemption even when America is facing the worst economic disaster at home since the 1929 depression.

This is very typical of your life as our absent leader. You were also absent during other critical events.

You ignored the Palestinian Israeli conflict after Sharon stepped up the attacks on Palestinians. You were AWOL at Katrina, and you flew the opposite direction from New York and Washington after the Towers were hit.

As I look back at your life in the West Wing, I feel as though I am slandering Dr King's name by even having his name in the same paragraph as yours.

Two people could not be more different.

Dr. Martin Luther King was a man of peace while you are a man of war. King spoke out on intolerance; you promoted intolerance, and division.
He was a spokesman for the poor while you speak only for corporations and the rich.

King came from poverty and pulled himself out of the soulless environment of southern oppression, you came from privilege, and have never been responsible for any of your actions.

The reverend courageously marched for peace, while you cowardly went AWOL from the Texas National Guard during a war just before you were scheduled to take a drug test.

Dr. King would never wear a flight suit in a staged event, falsely claiming a successful end to a needless war.

He did not play to pre-selected crowds at his events, he was spit on by racists and jailed for promoting justice.

Your life and accomplishments are almost a direct opposite. You have become the world's grim reaper.

Bush-initiated national and foreign policies have been so fatally flawed and so poorly executed that your legacy will be tough for you, your family and the Republican Party.

Dr. King's memory will be forever held in reverence while your name will remain a metaphor for hubris and incompetence at the highest level.

Despite clinging to the hope, than some historians will one day write volumes about the greatness of your presidency a recent
Pew survey says otherwise.

In an informal survey of 109 professional historians conducted over a three-week period through the History News Network, 98.2 percent assessed the presidency of Mr. Bush to be a failure while 1.8 percent classified it as a success.

In fact:

Asked to rank the presidency of George W. Bush in comparison with those of the other 41 American presidents, more than 61 percent of the historians concluded that the current presidency is the worst in the nation's history. Another 35 percent of the historians surveyed rated the Bush presidency in the 31st to 41st category, while only four of the 109 respondents ranked the current presidency as even among the top two-thirds of American administrations.

But don't worry, although Dr. Martin Luther King may have statues, streets, buildings, and a national holiday named in his honor, you could get that sewage plant in San Francisco.

Date: April 5, 2008 6:26:06 PM CDT
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