posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 01:09 AM
And it really hits home, at least for me, when seeing those smug sob's like Bush or Rumsfeld talking about how precious American soldiers' lives
are, etc...It had already been proven that what these two men sold to the UN was a bill of goods. And what is really astounding is that they did not
even go for something that was remotely true. They just completely made something up, lol. I mean WOW!
I wholeheartedly agree that most Americans probably think, and I try not to hold this against them, that the government really cares and looks out for
its citizens. But what is the government except an amalgamation of peoples? And are people not corruptible? Is the political scene not one of the most
apt to be corrupt? We hurt ourselves by putting liars into office, if we actually do put them there, but what difference does it make to put an honest
politician in office when the whole system is rigged to corrupt them, with all the lobbying, favors, and backscratching. I can guarantee everyone that
both Bush and Rumsfeld made many millions of dollars, personally, from the war in Iraq, which they fabricated.
And they made a lot of money for a lot of their friends and supporters as well, you know, the ones who helped them get into office in the first place,
etc. I do not think this was the sole motive, but it definitely made the idea of invading Iraq sweeter. Bush Jr. had it out for Hussein anyway, as we
all should know, for what Hussein "was going" to do to his daddy, Bush Sr. Those were two bushes that never should have been allowed to grow, erm, I
mean gain office. But as I said, the problem runs much deeper.
A pushy president can get backroom deals done just as congressmen in the House and Senate can, but instead of a BALANCE of power, what we have now
with all of the corruption is something completely different. But politics are also a stage. Just like the whole deficit crisis. We all know that they
will raise the ceiling, and they all know this as well. What we are seeing now, and have seen in the past, is just posturing and politicking.