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  •  War Criminal Bush allowed 9/11 to happen (5+ / 0-)

    PBS Newshour with NYT David Brooks babbling on about what a great guy Bush Junior is blah blah blah almost caused my TV screen to suffer a cerebral hemorrhage and concussion. "He made a boo-boo in Iraq but look at the wonderful system he created to keep America safe after 9/11." All I could think of was the thousands of torture victims and dead Iraqis and "Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?"

    •  That's what they're all saying. (3+ / 0-)
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      NonnyO, LoreleiHI, Maudlin

      After no doubt getting their talking points from Frank Luntz.

      Translation: "Bush kept us safe...after he failed to keep us safe from the worst terrorist attack in our history."

      Uh huh.  Got it.  USA USA and all that.


    •  Mmmm.... Yeah... (3+ / 0-)
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      LoreleiHI, Maudlin, zooecium
      "... but look at the wonderful system he created to keep America safe after 9/11."
      No, that's bullshite.

      Our rights and habeas corpus were taken away.

      Before I die at age 100, 33 years from now, I'd like to see our rights restored to us, along with habeas corpus.

      So...... WHEN might we expect our Cretinous Congress Critters to repeal the unconstitutional legislation (which was supposed to be temporary that they keep extending) that made us essentially a fascist country dominated by corporations interfering in government and reichwing religious nuts... and formally give us back our rights?

      I am serious.  I want our Cretinous Congress Critters to answer that question.

      I'm sick of attempts to steer this nation from principles evolved in The Age of Reason to hallucinations derived from illiterate herdsmen. ~ Crashing Vor

      by NonnyO on Fri Apr 26, 2013 at 09:00:46 PM PDT

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