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Bush Nightmare?

How can Bush sleep after this visit?

He visited the victims of his 'Iraqi war' who are from in his country-home; what a sad country, what a loss.

This what you get when you have 'bad leaders'

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Few days ago, I got a chance to watch President Bush on one channel and prime minister Gordon Brown on another channel simultaneously during a routine speech.

It was unbelievable.

Bush looked pathetic, uncomfortable and almost made me believe that English was his second language. The man just doesn't fit a presidential position. Absolutely doesn't have what it takes (physically or mentally). I still can not believe how he got this job.

The man is not even capable of effectively managing a one entrance Groceries store. You've got to be a total Dumbo if you feel otherwise.

Mr Brown, on the other hand looked very polished, full of energy and material, focused, great eye contact and a great communicator. I do not know much about this man, but I truly admire what I've seen so far.

I think he's going to perform very well.

You have to be severely slow to think Bush is not a nightmare under every single circumstance.

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The War is an enemy of the poor.

Sending men into bloody battle fields and bringing them back home physically handicap and psychologically drained is not just

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No where in your LINK is picture of BUSH and his damaged people were show TOGETHER

You can tell same story in different ways.

In my pictures, which you will never see in any US news shows Bush face with his damaged people.

You can see the anguish on Bush face(almost saying God, did I really caused this), you can appreciate the 'owner of cause' and the effect on victim; they are connected.

Thats the import of those pictures from my european source.

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@Kobojunkie

Some people detest being mugged by reality.

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Babasin,

You just proved to me that you do not check links but are quick to go on rattling the same old rhetoric. As soon as I plugged in the VERY FIRST LINK I posted there, the very picture of the man came up and you CLAIM there are no pictures or videos for people to see?? You mean the millions of people who watched it and are today watching the news programs showing the hospitals around the country are blind??

SIGH!!!!

Free free to continue with your rhetoric, never mind that I even tried to interrupt you with reality. You are allowed to live in the world you choose to create for self, I just thought you might want to know the truth for a change.

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All your link provided no PICTURES of Bush and the horror he caused. They wont show that on US news.

so they are graphic for people to see the horror and the face of the man that started it ALL

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By the way, the soldier's name, IF YOU REALLY CARE, is RICK YAROSH,

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/popup?id=3844917&contentIndex=1&page=3

http://www.wbng.com/news/local/9750002.html

(local station with piece broadcasted on cnn on friday)

http://www.stargazettenews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071008/NEWS01/710080322/1001/ARCHIVES

http://www.windsorny.org/yarosh.html

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/?search=MSNBC&q=brooke&id=11881780&FORM=AE&os=0&gs=1&p=1 ( Read any one of those you want)

http://www.cnn.com/2007/POLITICS/11/10/radio.addresses.ap/index.html?iref=newssearch

I don't know how to search all the archieves but I got what I could on the news articles but not able to get the actual videos that were aired, if you need them, let me know and I will actually spend time to email CNN so I can get access to those, with their help. Please no need to make claims just cause you can. Try to verify your claims FIRST before you post. I remember I saw those stories and pictures on NBC, FOX, ABC, and many others here, Today is Veteran's day and that is almost part of the tradition with the news networks to inundate us with pictures and stories of these soldiers and what they are dealing with.

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GEORGE BUSH IS A MINI GOD OF SOME IDIOTS IN THE HOUSE

ALL OF US KNOW THAT

ANY THING AMERICA 1 usa or AMERICA 2 israel do is OK by them

davidilan, kobojunkie, i-man I no call una o

and please seun why do you ban OSEREKA, OPURO

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Some have dedicated their whole lives to serve, worship and defend the US even when they are worse than 3 class citizens willing to do all manner of odd jobs to survive, this is a real shame.

They worry that people discuss the US and yet will never start a topic about Nigeria, what hypocrisy!

Can someone tell these oyibe wannabes that the best way to object to threads is to ignore such threads.

NB: Seems the fraudulent I-man has been asked to remove the very silly and insensitive pictures he posted on this thread. I am really not certain what the age of this man/boy is as his conduct is way too childish and silly.

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Zimbabwe, nigeria and most of other african countries are not at war yet we have more victims than america that is at war.

sacrifice is the name of the game. all of you feeling for america, assuming your mother or father was at the trade centre on that faithful day(9/11). assuming ur wife and children were victims in that attack, won't u be the first to go to war when bush calls for war.

americans dye to better the lives of the living. the war they are fighting today will benefit them tomorrow yet we are here on the standstill no war no peace.

it is this fear of death that is making nigerians not to confront their leaders over their irrational decissions.

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nobody is crying for america!

these pictures are what you will not see in CNN or Fox.

surely, this is waste of human life. Bush kids are enjoying life while these souls are surely 'marred for life.

a lesson for the wise!

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When the ballots came in from military personnel in the last Presidential elections. . . .Bush won 60% of the votes(same as 2000) Its common knowledge most in the military and veterans vote Republican.

Sen John McCain,who spent 7 years as a POW in Vietnam is the most vocal hawk in Congress.You will be surprised to hear how many of those wounded personnel still support the war.So spare your crocodile tears. . . .you want to see charred bodies from Saddam's era?

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I have a strong feeling bush regrets his decision now but can not bring himself to admit it But I think the more silly are the people that allow for his will to contiue.

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Crazy world it is out there.

Decisions to go to wars are usually taken by old men, on a conference table and these people know the reason why they want to fight.

However, those that carry out the actual fightings are never in the picture, they don't know why they are fighting because the old men that chose war will usually tell them what they want to hear.

A typical example? The current illegal invasion of Iraq by the US.

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He makes the decision. They bear the pain. Welcome to the world of politics and war.

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