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President Bush’s national secretary adviser, Stephen Hadley, and Republican members of Congress have launched an offensive declaring allegations that the President manipulated intelligence “are flat wrong.”

Alright, let’s agree President Bush didn’t mislead anyone.

Where does that leave us? It leaves us with one troubling question.

Now, let me get this right, Mr. Hadley, we’re in a war in Iraq not because President Bush misled anyone but because someone made a mistake and believed a false intelligence report?

Well, everyone makes mistakes and being President is a pretty big job but blundering into a war by mistake – that’s a helluva admission.

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Carter Wrenn
# Carter Wrenn
Friday, March 31, 2006 11:20 AM
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Whether it was a mistake to go to war in Iraq or not, the fact is that we are in it now, and the ONLY thing that matters at this point is whether we win or lose. At the moment I don’t give a damn what the historians will say about how we got into it, as long as they are able to say, once it is over, that we won. Anything anyone says or does that contributes to our winning this war I support; anything anyone says or does that contributes to our losing this war I oppose, condemn, and abhor.

Comment by Jim Stegall — November 18, 2005 @ 11:20 pm


I believe this is bullshit! I have had so many friends killed over in this god forsaken mistake we call a “war” for one we shouldnt be over there and Bush is a fuckin IDIOT and needs to pull his head out of his ass.. then MAYBE be will realize this.. or better yet put his pussy ass out there on the front were all our soldiers are loosing thier lives!

Comment by Casee — November 30, 2005 @ 12:11 am


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