posted on Jan, 12 2010 @ 12:30 AM
I don't really know what I would have done if I were in this man position. That got me to thinking ... what would I like to say?
I would like to have turned to the people in the restaurant and ask them: If they knew that if they gave an "ok" on something it would result in the
deaths of hundreds of thousands of people, some of which will be innocent men, women and children, could they make that decision? This will mean
thousands of parent-less children and thousands of children-less parents, could they do it? If they did decide to give the "ok", how do you they
think they would feel about it today knowing that they ultimately were responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths and probably more wounded for
life? How about if they were multi millionaire and the money you would use to execute this mass killing would be funded by those of us sitting here in
this restaurant? And the bill would be billions.
How about if how you got into the position to make that "ok" decision was to tell the people who paid for the mass killing that you will do
everything you can to make their lives better and you have lived your whole life trying to make our country stronger? Then when you got into that
position of great power as a multi millionaire, you had access to billions of dollars and you didn't choose to try to feed our starving children in
this country. These were Mr Bush's decisions. And Mr. Bush chose to spend billions of our money to move forward with the mass killing plan. He once
told us all that he wanted to take care of the working people of this country and make the country a better place to live, and as a mulit millionaire
how does he show his gratitude, Mr Bush didn't even offer to buy any of those citizens lunch. I could afford to do that, and I have no where near the
kind of money Mr. "Public Service is My Life" has.
I would have like to have said something like that, but instead I would have probably just been quiet and perhaps try to make eye contact, and I f I
was able to, just give a smirk or shake my head or something. I wouldn't be comfortable in that setting drawing attention to myself. And besides,
what can you say to a guy who is responsible for the things he has done, that would even affect him. Call him a murderer? He already knows that and he
is obviously fine with it. He probably slept just fine the night before, and was acting just like one of us (besides the bodyguards) by just going
into a restaurant for a slice. After all things things he could have done for all of us and chose not to, all the parents who's sons and daughter now
dead, and he is completely comfortable just walking into a regular old pizza place. The guy stinks of death and corruption, I'm pretty sure name
calling isn't going to bother him.