A 20 question quiz by Maureen Farrell of Buzzflash.
1) In April, 2003, the New York Times reported that the Bush administration was planning to establish as many as four permanent military bases
in Iraq -- a charge that Donald Rumsfeld flatly denied. In May, 2004, author Chalmers Johnson stated that the U.S. is planning to:
a) Keep its promise and not build any permanent military bases in Iraq.
b) Reward Donald Rumsfeld for being so honest and forthright.
c) Build one permanent military base in Baghdad.
d) Build and maintain fourteen military bases in Iraq.
3) The Village Voice recently reported that President Bush "reversed long-standing U.S. policy, endorsing Israeli sovereignty over parts of the
West Bank," just weeks after:
a) Exhaustively studying the history of U.S. policy in the Middle East.
b) Checking with "end times" experts.
c) Falling off his bike.
d) Choking on a pretzel.
You know this makes me really angry reading that, I'm sure the wine plays a small role, but I really don't like putting up with this BS, we need
some different people in office...
Also, in Q.19, are they trying to make a comparison between the "sea people" and Atlanteans?
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