Thursday, January 12, 2006

Bin Forgotten



From July of 2002 until November of 2003, George Bush never once said the names "Osama" or "Bin Laden" in public. I am convinced that our collective transferrence of blame from Osama Bin Laden to Saddam Hussein will be looked back upon as one of the most embarrassing chapters of this nation's history.

15 comments:

Laurel said...

Wow thats the most true thing I think I've heard ever! LOL, I love the pictures, your site is hilarious!

Luv ya all!
http://mitzitiffani.blogspot.com

wamland said...

"According to the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Second Edition, the definition of a civil war is a "war between political factions or regions within the same country." That is exactly what is going on in Iraq, not a global war on terrorism, as the President continues to portray it."

Rep. John Murtha

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rep-john-murtha/situation-in-iraq-is_b_13706.html

And we caused it. I don't believe Osama is in Iraq, do you? So before some of you idiot trolls say, "who the hell is John Murtha? He's just some Democrat who doesn't like Bush."

Suck on this awhile;

He left Washington and Jefferson College in 1952 to join the Marines during the Korean War. There he earned the American Spirit Honor Medal. He rose through the ranks to become a drill instructor at Parris Island and was selected for Officer Candidate School at Quantico, Virginia. He then was assigned to the Second Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.

Murtha remained in the Marine Corps Reserves. In 1959, then Captain Murtha took command of the 34th Special Infantry Company, Marine Corps Reserves, in Johnstown. He remained in the Reserves after his discharge from active duty until he volunteered for service in Vietnam in 1966-67, receiving the Bronze Star with Combat "V", two Purple Hearts and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He retired from the Reserves as a colonel in 1990, receiving the Navy Distinguished Service Medal.

Suchie said...

Hi, new to the site. I saw a documentary the other day called "Loose Change" and it was about 9/11, and Osama. I don't know what to believe anymore. Some of the documentary did seem a little extreme in its accusations or assumptions, but quite a bit made sense, which was scary. I think you all should watch it and form your own theories. It's 2 parts on Google Video: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6621056445411384184

and

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7721485671999456333

Ok, post more comments here or on my own blog and tell us what you think.

Les said...

Good pictures. I often get stuck on the freeway on my way home. Not a pretty thing for a person with lack of patience.

Cheri said...

You really know how to hit a nerve with this girl!! I still can't figure out how we cannot find him.

You should stop by my blog (not a promotion) but you will laugh how I incorporated my extramarital affairs and my distaste for Bush!

I bet your statcounter goes crazy with hits from the government departments! Everytime I mention the words government or soldiers...my statcounter shows a government department visiting. Of course, they just may be interested in my poetry (lol)!

foo said...

I love the Impeach signs. I can't understand why there's not more of a movement to put those up there. I wonder if there ever will be a day again that I'll be proud to be an American.

Anonymous said...

You will not influence people other than the choir with this type of web page-they have the opposite effect.

Anonymous said...

You will not influecne people other than your own with this type of web page. Nice try though.

Freewayblogger said...

Actually, they're precisely the ones I'm trying to influence... thanks.

Anonymous said...

No you're not.

Jeannie said...

I am sure that you Liberals and the Liberal MSM will be looked upon the most embarassing of this time at this historic time period. Again you guys are on the wrong side of the War on Terrorism, just as you were on the wrong side of the Cold War.

Silvio Vasconcellos said...

When a lie is repeated too many times becomes a true. It´s what they think.
We, the bloggers, are out of the system! We are the new warriots of truth!

Be shame Mr Bush, be shame!

Next step? South America! Here we have water. It´s the next war.

Dann said...

George who?

Hel Fire said...

being a liberal doesn't mean you're on the wrong side of the war on terror, and being right-wing doesn't mean you're on the right side either. look at osama bin laden and his lot - they're religious fundamentalists, in other words right-wing, they hate liberals too, but they're terrorists!
you can be a liberal opposed to the iraq war and be opposed to terror too. remember there is no proof of a link between saddam hussein and osama bin laden. if anything they hate each other, bin laden has been quoted in the past saying that saddam hussein is an infidel.

scott said...

Can't even pronounce al-Qaeda correctly...