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Top 5 Reasons to Prosecute Bush & Cheney

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posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 12:49 PM
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There must be a million reasons to throw George W. Bush and Darth Cheney in the slammer, but here are my top five. What crime will take the Number One spot? Check out the #OffTheGrid episode below and find out.





posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 12:54 PM
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Let's focus on matters that are actually, ya know, at hand......

Or maybe all that is driven into the ground, redundant, and boring for your viewers and this is the kind of played out b.s. you have to attach your name to to put money in your wallet.


WE GET IT, BUSH IS HORRIBLE. Can we move on to fixing things now?


"It's all for entertainment/viewers/money...." - The sell out named Jesse Ventura.
(please don't sue me for defamation of character lool)
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posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:00 PM
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There can't really be much left of that horse to beat can there?

Go Hillary 2016 right?



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:00 PM
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# 1: Bush/Cheney left Americans feeling so desperate for "change" that they were willing to vote for Obama.




posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:06 PM
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originally posted by: introV
Let's focus on matters that are actually, ya know, at hand......

Or maybe all that is driven into the ground, redundant, and boring for your viewers and this is the kind of played out b.s. you have to attach your name to to put money in your wallet.


WE GET IT, BUSH IS HORRIBLE. Can we move on to fixing things now?


"It's all for entertainment/viewers/money...." - The sell out named Jesse Ventura.


If the charge of "War Crimes" is a valid one, then I disagree that "moving on" is the correct choice. We certainly need to keep our attention in the here and now and what's going on currently but that doesn't mean you just skip over serious errors of the past and follow through on bring people to account for their actions.

We went after Nazi Leaders well after that was over too. It would still be important to solve the JFK assassination and bring everyone involved to account for what happened if we could as well. Some actions cannot simply be swept under the rug and whenever possible those involved should be held accountable.

That's the whole point of accountability after all. If we solved the Zodiac Killer Mystery today would you say "let's just move on" because it's been so long since the crimes happened, or would you arrest him and hold him accountable for what his past crimes were??



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:16 PM
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a reply to: mOjOm

Yes but when it's BS and it is just "don't look over here look over there!" the topic of crime gets old fast.

See, Bush bombed two countries and when Obama bombs seven people say "Bush is a war criminal!!" to distract from the fact that Obama is bombing seven countries. When Cheney spent 43 million on contracts in the combat theater and Obama spends 100 million on a website that doesn't work people shout "Cheney is a war criminal!!!"

Eichman, Pol Pot, Mengele, these were war criminals.

Cheney and Bush? They are "war criminals" when the left needs a distraction or a noise maker and that's about it.



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:17 PM
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a reply to: JesseVentura

Five? Before breakfast maybe. Have you had Vincent Bugliosi on your show? He wrote the book about prosecuting Child-Bush, how to do it, and maybe he's still waiting for some brave prosecutor to actually file an indictment.
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posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:23 PM
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Bush's last day 1/21/09

Jesse you are looking impotent, complicit or both toward the current state of affairs.



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:52 PM
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originally posted by: 200Plus
a reply to: mOjOm

Yes but when it's BS and it is just "don't look over here look over there!" the topic of crime gets old fast.

See, Bush bombed two countries and when Obama bombs seven people say "Bush is a war criminal!!" to distract from the fact that Obama is bombing seven countries. When Cheney spent 43 million on contracts in the combat theater and Obama spends 100 million on a website that doesn't work people shout "Cheney is a war criminal!!!"

Eichman, Pol Pot, Mengele, these were war criminals.

Cheney and Bush? They are "war criminals" when the left needs a distraction or a noise maker and that's about it.



I'm not making a judgement toward the allegations being true or false. All I'm saying is that it's never a good idea to just let them slide because they happened it the past so we must move on and forget about it. If the allegations are true then they need to be dealt with and the same would apply to the current POTUS as well and those to come.

Obviously you think the accusations are just a smoke screen while others think they are valid. I make no decision to side with either one in this case, but simply want to show that "Time Passing" doesn't and shouldn't be reasoning for allowing injustice, if in fact it can be shown that such an injustice has been commited.



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:03 PM
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originally posted by: introV
Let's focus on matters that are actually, ya know, at hand......

Or maybe all that is driven into the ground, redundant, and boring for your viewers and this is the kind of played out b.s. you have to attach your name to to put money in your wallet.


WE GET IT, BUSH IS HORRIBLE. Can we move on to fixing things now?


"It's all for entertainment/viewers/money...." - The sell out named Jesse Ventura.
(please don't sue me for defamation of character lool)


Heaven forbid somebody with recognition and old fashioned balls is actually fighting on our side, and he upsets you?

Keep it up Jesse, don't mind these hater, keyboard tough guys. They are just jealous. A guy still has to make a living even when he fights for a cause that doesn't pay squat.



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:08 PM
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Well first off I am not American, but I can honestly say that what those two did have affected millions and perhaps billions of people elsewhere in the world too.

To dismiss this subject as not being current is to whitewash criminality. There is no time limit on a murder charge. How many hundreds of thousands of people died due to their decisions and actions? How many families have become maimed, or homeless refugees. How many quiet communities have been devastated? How many more have developed a true fear or dislike of the US? If anyone disagrees with this, then bring them both to trial and see where it goes.



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:10 PM
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originally posted by: howmuch4another
Bush's last day 1/21/09

Jesse you are looking impotent, complicit or both toward the current state of affairs.


So just because Bush is no longer in office he shouldn't face justice for the crimes he committed while in office? So if Obama can dodge going to court over the crimes he had committed while in office you would just forget when he is gone? Or is it just prosecute the Democrats and let the Republicans slide.



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:18 PM
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originally posted by: 200Plus
a reply to: mOjOm

Yes but when it's BS and it is just "don't look over here look over there!" the topic of crime gets old fast.

See, Bush bombed two countries and when Obama bombs seven people say "Bush is a war criminal!!" to distract from the fact that Obama is bombing seven countries. When Cheney spent 43 million on contracts in the combat theater and Obama spends 100 million on a website that doesn't work people shout "Cheney is a war criminal!!!"

Eichman, Pol Pot, Mengele, these were war criminals.

Cheney and Bush? They are "war criminals" when the left needs a distraction or a noise maker and that's about it.


Bush only bombed two? Where do you get your info from? Bush bombed five while he was in office. Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen. With the exception of Libya Obama and Bush have bombed the same countries. But we will overlook the fact that Libya is the only nation that Obama bombed on his own the rest we were already bombing when he went into office.



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:19 PM
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a reply to: buster2010


I didn't say any of that skippy.....



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:26 PM
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originally posted by: introV
Let's focus on matters that are actually, ya know, at hand......

Or maybe all that is driven into the ground, redundant, and boring for your viewers and this is the kind of played out b.s. you have to attach your name to to put money in your wallet.


WE GET IT, BUSH IS HORRIBLE. Can we move on to fixing things now?


"It's all for entertainment/viewers/money...." - The sell out named Jesse Ventura.
(please don't sue me for defamation of character lool)


These are War Crimes.

So we should stop pursuing Genocidal maniacs because it's in the past? Maybe stop putting the NAZI's on trial because that's ancient history?

I don't think so.

Fry the ^*#$$^%$&'s!

Peace



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:28 PM
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Really?

How about prosecuting the current crop?

They have disregarded Intelligence. Traded a traitor soldier boy for 5 terror commanders in Gitmo without telling Congress. Where are these guys now? How many divisions do they command in the new Islamic State?



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:33 PM
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a reply to: mOjOm

You are 100% right in that there should never be a limit on war crimes trials.

There should be a limit with people patience on empty rhetoric about supposed crimes however.

Bring the evidence to trial. EVIDENCE. Not, he is an evil man, not one did it so another should get a pass, not "pleeze mista for the babbeezz" or any other BS. EVIDENCE. When the evidence is presented and the trial is complete punish everyone involved with supposed illegal wars - even the Democrats that voted for them.



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:34 PM
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So one of the reasons to prosecute bush is the patriot act? The same patriot act that our current president signed in 2011? The same patriot act that would have expired in 2011 unless our current president renewed the bill?
I guess we will be locking Obama up to...


A renewal that both the house and senate approved by the way..
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posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:34 PM
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We know that Halliburton made near $50 Billion dollars from the Iraq war.

Why hasn't that been investigated?



posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:49 PM
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a reply to: 200Plus

I'm with ya all the way buddy. In fact, I'm even ok with just flushing out the whole damn system from Pres. down to the guy who opens the door for Congressmen when they go to the bathroom.

In fact, why stop there. I think Law Enforcement could use a good enema too. The Military Industrial Complex as well.

Hell, if we go that far, we may as well just finish it off and dig out some of the cancerous tumors within the Multi-National Corps. too.

I'm all for scraping the dried puke and crusty piles of crap off the walls, floor and ceiling of this toilet we are living in today. Our campaign slogan could be, "We're Wiping Clean the Dirty Ass of Lady Liberty!"



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