reply to post by ModernAcademia
Bush opened the flood gates. He implemented the Patriot Act that Obama is continuing to align himself with. I wouldn't make Bush out to be some
innocent partner in all this! Bush's administration did start these wars, whether you like it or not, and yes Obama is continuing them. Both of
these administrations have been bent on continuing these wars that have no justification for us being there. Bush change the mission in Iraq (3)
I'm sorry to say, but I can't justify you saying these are not Bush's wars when his administration started them. He and Rumsfeld was caught lying
about the reasons why we needed to occupy these sovereign countries. Ask yourself, after 10 years of war, what have we accomplished?
Wake-up, both these parties have the same secret agenda and they know exactly what their mission is. It's the gullible American voter that tries to
point the finger and blame one party when both parties are in bed together formulating strategies to take your rights away. Instead of trying to
protect a past president (Bush) that started the process of removing our constitutional rights, maybe you should be critical of both presidents who
have put America's reputation in the eyes of many countries overseas in the sewer.
Ron Paul has been vocalizing how both parties started and continued this war without congressional or the approval of the American public. If you're
that upset about the wars, vote for Paul. He's the only candidate that isn't afraid of declaring these war to be illegal. If the American public
would start listening and stop being swayed by the 2 party machine, maybe we could elect a person who is concerned about our country, has a clear plan
for America, and wants peace.