Jul 2006
North Korea

Is everything really going as neo-conservatives planned?

Mr. President,
People from throughout the world are puzzled why you haven't taken a role in some of the many fires around the world. Is there really significant profit in war? Is there so much opportunity in unrest that your neo-cons are wetting themselves over the prospect of boosting their military-industrial complex?
  • Somalia has been overtaken by Islamist fundamentalists.
  • India and Pakistan are rattling their swords at each other over a huge terrorist attack in India.
  • Afghanistan is crumbling under new bold attacks by the Taliban.
  • North Korea is building and testing their missile technology in direct defiance of all their neighbors.
  • Iran is ignoring damn near everyone and doing what they want with whomever they want.
  • Israel added Lebanon to their "apparent "state-sponsored terrorism program after Hezbolaah hijacked the Lebanese government after Israel decided to punish ordinary Palestinians for Hamas,
  • Iraq is merrily spinning into hell.

Although you call on the UN to do something about these issues, you know the UN can't do very much. The world organization has been pockmarked by repeated attacks from your administration. John Bolton's assignment as our ambassador was the final blow to bring the world organization down to its knees.

Neo-cons like John Bolton always hated the UN. Tactics like withholding U.S. funding to the UN, obstructing any significant reform of the world body, and using our position on the Security Counsel to consistently veto any motion which even smells like a compromise, helps make the ineffectiveness of the UN to be a self-fulfilling prophecy.
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You have treated the presidency like a five-year-long political campaign. The deep partisan divide in this country was no accident. It was planned. It was never about doing what is right for America. It was keeping American under extreme right-wing republican control using the fear-card whenever possible.

You never cared about how many soldiers are killed or wounded, and you made sure Americans wouldn't care either as long as you kept their bodies and the misery of their wounds away from the public. So if you turn a blind eye to dead and wounded Americans why would you care about the plight of Somalians, Palestinians, Afghanistans, Lebanese, Indians, Pakistanis, and Iraq's?
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Is this all supporting your plan to destroy international institutions? Does this world unrest help establish the neo-con dream of an imperial America with military bases strategically posted around the world to bring destruction on those countries that interfere with American interests?
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Increased fighting among these countries makes them weaker, so relatively speaking, you become more powerful. But doesn't this just weaken our markets? We know how much your economic policies suck already so none of this can be helpful.

All these significant international events can be used to reinforce the idea that only Republicans can keep America safe. I can see commercials in October showing cities on fire; bodies of women and children with the message "Don't let this happen here. Vote Republican this November! This is no time to change horses, especially with Democrats who want to 'Cut and Run.'

I actually hope some one like McCain wins the 2008 presidency just to have a Republican inherit this god-awful world you helped make.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: July 17, 2006 2:57:04 PM CDT
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
Due to the large volume of e-mail received, the White House is
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Mr. President,
It has to gall you to hear yourself say, we are pursuing negotiations with Korea and negotiations take time.

Did the Tough Texan meet his match? Is little Kim too much for you? This whole thing just makes you look like nothing but a bully. You invade Iraq because their army was decimated, and they had no major weapon systems to oppose the invasion, but you slink into the corner when little North Korea resists your bluster. Is it because they have a million-man army and nuclear weapons?
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The axis of hatred surely stirred them up. They kicked out the international inspectors President Clinton talked him into having right after you called him out with your Axis of evil " crap.

It might have won you elections, but it was a huge bust in foreign affairs. The world is not as malleable as the citizens of "Christian" America who you deluge with daily dosage of nationalistic propaganda.

The GOP's choice of Christian conservatives as a base was pretty smart. Christians are predisposed for wanting to believe in something even if it is hard to see. They are big on faith.

Convincing them that Saddam was a danger, Saddam has WMD's and other bullshit was a piece of cake.

It's as easy as convincing an addicted gambler into making a bet.

But, even addicted gamblers aren't stupid, they learn after a while what is and what is not a good bet.

Even hard-core Christians face a "crisis of faith" regarding the existence of God. Your Christian conservative base is beginning to buckle. You have to redirect the bad news, move the spotlight off your failures, find a scapegoat if possible.

Bush speechwriter David Frum, was originally credited with coming up with the "axis of evil" which was changed to "axis of evil" for your state of the union speech. Although many believe recently departed, head speech writer Mike Gerson actually originated the phrase.

It would have been wrong to call them the "axis of hatred," everyone knows that would define many people who support your divisive administration; people like, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter, and Bill O'Reilly.

You defined your presidency and began the downfall of our country in that speech.

Your state of the union speech defining the axis of evil set a lot of gears in motion both here and abroad, while you thought you were setting a bold agenda you actually set yourself up for failure. Iraq is a disaster; Iran and Korea have become more dangerous since your declaration. Your speech has become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Both countries decided that the best way to deal with your renegade approach to foreign policy is to actually have WMD's to keep you at bay.

During your administration North Korea has built more nuclear weapons, Iran has elected a radical Islamic leader who has defied the U.S. at every turn as they continue with their nuclear energy program. Somalia has an Islamic leadership, Israel is fighting a two front war; Afghanistan is boiling over. Poppy fields are abundant. You've done a hell-of-a good job junior.

There are more hot spots around the world than there ever were since the end of WWII. It's not your fault you're only the president of the most powerful nation in the world. You couldn't have done anything about it. I anticipate your jackals will say its all Clinton's fault.

You like it hot anyway. The more dangerous situations you and Cheney create the more weak-kneed Christian conservatives will cling to you for protection.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: July 12, 2006 10:08:10 PM CDT
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
Due to the large volume of e-mail received, the White House is
unable to respond to every message, and therefore this response
is an autoreply.

Thank you again for taking the time to write.

You can divert attention but you can't stop the bad news.

Mr. President,
While you keep your conservative base entertained with images of New York Times editors aiming Al Quida RPG's at the backs of unsuspecting American soldiers, the real world goes on, and your failures are getting harder to hide.

North Korea had their own firework display this weekend, despite your warnings and angry ultimatums they said "screw you!" Your fiery rhetoric from last week became terribly timid this week.

But, you and North Korea are not the only sources of recent outrage, take the Catholic church for instance.

A spokesman for the Vatican, Cardinal Alfonso López Trujillo, said in an interview with the Catholic weekly Famiglia Cristiana published Thursday that stem cell researchers should be
punished in the same way as women who have abortions and doctors who perform them; excommunicate them from the church.
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No wonder people have doubts about religion with bozos like this guy in the Vatican. Doctors and scientists have claimed that embryonic stem cell research holds a significant promise to cure many terrible diseases, but the church chooses to opposes the practice because human embryos are used to harvest cells for the work.

Some of the left-over embryos after in vitro fertilization procedures are most often destroyed; but I guess that is better than using them to help combat some serious diseases. They sound a lot as though you do, but without the funny mispronunciations of 4th grade words.

Even the famous physicist Steven Hawkins was strongly discouraged and other scientists from trying to understand how the universe began. Pope Paul John Paul said, "It's OK to study the universe and where it began. But, we should not inquire into the beginning itself because that was the moment of creation and the work of God."
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God must have a hell-of-a sense of humor when he supposedly tells both sides of a war like Iraq that he/she supports them equally.

Rummy has taken a page from your play book and has refused to respond to an information request back on March 7, on a soldier who says he suffered retaliation for reporting
abuses at Abu Ghraib prison, so a subpoena had to be issued.

Specialist Joseph Darby, the whistleblower, received a special John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, an award that recognizes acts of political courage on May 18, 2005. His family is in protective custody due to your friends like Limbaugh and Fox TV. His wife says that despite the multiple
death threats he has received "she believed her husband made the right choice exposing the torture and abuse. "Joe is the type of person to take what is going on around him and be like, 'How would I feel if that was my wife?'... He just could not live with himself knowing that that was happening and he did not do anything about it," she said.

It takes real men to bully a soldier's family. No offense junior but what your "base" lacks in courage it makes up in stupidity and stupidity is no stranger in your cabinet.

Dummy Rummy's Pentagon recently refused to turn over documents on the abuse probe at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison; so a subpoena was issued by the House Government Reform Committee. They also requested all their information on cases where family members of detainees were used in interrogations. Allegedly, children of some detainees were tortured in front of the detainees to "break " the prisoners. Sounds like Rummy will have to keep a personal lawyer strapped to his side for a while.

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Back in Iraq, the body's keep rolling in. Bagdad's central morgue in Baghdad said it received 1,595 bodies in June, 16 percent more than in May. Instead of slowing down, the pace of killing increased since the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Iraq's most wanted insurgent leader. I guess your recent claims of winning the battle in Iraq is just another load of crap or more delusions from your drug-addled brain.

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's very first attempt to quell the violence in Basra,
fell flat on its face according to the residents of the city. The 30-day state of emergency he proclaimed did nothing to bring down the number of Iraqis killed by sectarian violence.

The list of kidnapped Iraqi ministers gets longer as well. Gunmen seized the deputy minister, Raad al-Harith, and his bodyguards Tuesday in a Shiite neighborhood in northern Baghdad. Sunni legislator Taiseer Najah al-Mashhadani and seven of her bodyguards were kidnapped near Sadr City. Tuesday, gunmen pulled the deputy electricity minister from his car in a busy Baghdad street, kidnapping him and 19 bodyguards. The minister managed to escape later on when his kidnappers untied him.

You will have to work Rove over-time to create a sufficient number of diversionary stories, because American's discontent with you and your poorly-run war of occupation is not going away anytime soon.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: July 5, 2006 10:55:59 PM CDT
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
Due to the large volume of e-mail received, the White House is
unable to respond to every message, and therefore this response
is an autoreply.

Thank you again for taking the time to write