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Bush Slams Anti-U.S. 'propaganda'

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posted on Jun, 12 2008 @ 03:09 PM
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Bush Slams Anti-U.S. 'propaganda'


news.bbc.co.uk

US President George W Bush has denounced "misinformation and propaganda" which he says are sullying his country's image abroad.

On a visit to Italy, he told young entrepreneurs on an exchange programme that going to the US would show them it was compassionate and open.

Mr Bush will later hold talks in Rome with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.

The two leaders are expected to discuss further sanctions against Iran, and the role of Italian troops in Afghanistan.
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posted on Jun, 12 2008 @ 03:09 PM
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Double LOL @ the Decider talking about "Propaganda" and Misinformation, when his admin has just been busted by his own senate for lying 935 times in the build-up to their illegal war and occupation of Iraq.

I guess the plan for PERMANENT bases, 58 of them, is "propaganda too eh? And the "we don't torture" comment? Propaganda too?

Sorry Decider, the world is no longer swallowing your ever-transparent and endless lies...


As Air Force One touched down, hundreds were gathering in the city centre in protest at the Bush administration and Italy's involvement in Afghanistan.

Another group of demonstrators chanted "Bush, go home" outside the American Academy in Rome's Villa Aurelia while the president met young entrepreneurs inside.

Mr Bush urged them to ignore the "misinformation and propaganda" spread about his country and to learn the "first-hand truth about America" by visiting.




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posted on Jun, 12 2008 @ 03:22 PM
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Apparently he doesn't want the competition. He is perfectly capable in sullying the reputation of the United States all on his own.



posted on Jun, 12 2008 @ 03:31 PM
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"His" country's image? I sure hope he didn't call this his country. Him and his crooks have violated every moral and ethic that used to represent what it was to be an American. For that his citizenship should be revoked and he can take a permanent tour of a CIA prison.

Yeah, us bad Americans with our propaganda are hurting this country. Its not the limitations on freedoms. Its not the credit card debt, the inflation or the housing market causing problems worldwide. Its not the two wars we're involved in. Its not the big middle finger that we give to the rest of the world when they don't agree with us.

No. Its Americans. The rest of the world hates us for what we type on these darn Internets.

I wonder if Bush has been fed so much bull# by his superiors that he's actually starting to believe what he says is the truth.



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