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The End of the Road for George W. Bush

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posted on Jan, 14 2008 @ 09:12 PM
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The End of the Road for George W. Bush


www.truthout.org

Bush stood in Jerusalem, uncomfortable and palpably bored. He mouthed platitudes about a peace settlement that mocked the humanitarian crisis he aided and abetted in Gaza, the rapacious land grab by Israel in the West Bank and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The diminished George Bush, increasingly irrelevant at home and abroad, is fading into insignificance. A year from now one half expects to see him stand up at the next president's inauguration and screech "I'm melting! I'm melting!" as he sinks into a puddle of slime. He will return, I expect, to his ranch, where he will be able to spend the rest of his life doing the only task for which he has shown any aptitude - cutting down brush with a chain saw.
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posted on Jan, 14 2008 @ 09:12 PM
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So we have a president weak in rethorics and with no real understanding of geography. And the world so far has survived.

Will we survive the last 11 month of his clearing of the corporate landscape for brush? Where will his chasinsaw go these last month.

With his recent Mideast trip it seems obvious he want history to remember him --in all the irony of the day-- as the one who brought peace to the Middle East. Wouldn't be surprised if they succeed.

After all another legendary and recent crook of America, Richard M Nixon, though still in living memory to some of us, is to lesser fortunate ones pictured as the saviour of American foreign policy by opening up to China. His more shady and criminal sides, such as authorizing burglary is at best mentioned in a subordinate clause, is not anymore part of his legacy.

After all nobody was killed at Watergate, but will the death of possibly millions plus the destruction of two sovereign states also be reduced to a subordinate clause in the chronicles of the 43rd presidency?

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[edit on 15/1/2008 by khunmoon]



posted on Jan, 15 2008 @ 03:08 AM
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Well, it seems to be more of a promotional sales trip Dubaya is on, to keep his corporate friends happy, at least for awhile after he leaves office.

To the press corps onboard Airforce one, enroute to Riyad, it was revealed that a 20 billion $ arms deal was on the agenda with the Saudis.

Arms offer as Bush visits Saudis

US state department spokesman Sean McCormack said that both the Saudi and Israeli governments had been consulted and Washington was ensuring Israel retained a "qualitative military edge".


It's some of the most sofisticated weapon systems ever sold the US are handling over to the Saudis. So in this context "qualitative military edge", means IDF gets the gear just a notch ahead of the Saudis.

That's right Dubaya, make sure the wheels keep on spinning -- also after you've gone.



posted on Jan, 15 2008 @ 07:33 AM
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Its funny how truthout puts their spin on it.

While the mainstream news had to mention that bush wept at the holocaust memorial, perhaps from guilt that his grandfather paid for those deaths.



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