Bush Administrations has just
Forces of Good and Evil are lining up. And this is no movie. There is no middle ground either. If Evil takes over, all that there is will have to succumb to Evil. Which side are you standing with? And which side do you think has the upper hand? I like to think it’s the Good. Unfortunately I’ve been proven wrong before!
Brook’s PsychoBush Theorem
Rosa Brook, a columnist for Los Angeles Times, puts is very bluntly, and she has got it right. The Bushies are all insane. Thus one cannot confront them in the domain of logic. One has to wonder how a psychotic Bush sold us one War for Peace, and how he continues his road shows selling more of Elixir Of Death as Elixir Of Life?
We are past the 9/11 patriotism. But it still takes guts for Brook to say it as she sees it. May the force protect her from blacklists!
The president's warmongering remarks on the Iranian threat suggest he is psychotic. Really.
Liberals, put it behind you. George W. Bush and Dick Cheney shouldn't be treated
like criminals who deserve punishment. They should be treated like psychotics
who need treatment.
Writing in Newsweek on Oct. 20, Fareed Zakaria, a solid centrist and former editor of Foreign Affairs, put it best. Citing Bush's invocation of "the specter of World War III if
The Jihadi Cowboy
Ettefagh, writing from
We have to accept that we live in an
era of intellectual rip-offs, tactics sold as policy and instant strategies
broadcast live on TV. The show on the plastic box and talking-head spin-meisters
will do the thinking and planning for us all. Accordingly, we lower expectations
and shall not be surprised when we see childish games are sold as a mimic of
statesmanship. His Excellency, the president of a superpower, is now demanding
that the world forget what it knows and listen to his version of
Finally, it’s useful to review history.
But a small Middle Eastern country
fabricated after World War II might well start the world’s next Iranian conflict
– a country that that aspires to be the real spin-meister of cheap tactics in
The Real Threat
Lamis Andoni, a
Talk of an American war against
Oil Gets Nervous
Then again you may ask that when the whole planet is going down with global warming, does it make sense to continue maximizing profits by engaging in Massive Murder and Destruction (WMD)? To that I have to answer you are thinking logically again. Please go back and study the PsychoBush Theorem again!
Rises Above $90 to a Record on Supply Drop, Iran
Mark Shenk, Bloomberg
Crude oil rose above $90 a barrel to
a record in
Hillary Clinton Advocates More Insanity
Hillary Clinton, the frontrunner
Democratic Presidential Candidate, supports the new Bush Sanctions against
Statement from Hillary Clinton on Administration’s Iran Sanctions Announcement
“We must use all the
tools at our disposal to address the serious challenge posed by
“I believe that a
policy of diplomacy backed by economic pressure is the best way to check
“We must work to check
Romney Wants The Blood Flowing In
Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney best
exemplifies the mentality of the Republican hopefuls, except for Ron Paul of course. They are all eager to
replace the flow of oil through
Romney told voters in
"If for some reasons they continue down their course of folly toward nuclear ambition, then I would take military action if that's available to us," Romney said. "That's an option that's on the table. And it's not something which we'll spell out specifically."
also spoke out in favor of the Bush administration's sanctions against
May Sanity Prevail
There is still hope. Senator Chuck
"Unilateral sanctions rarely, ever work," Hagel said by phone during his weekly news conference. "I just don't think the unilateral approach and giving war speeches helps the situation. It will just drive the Iranians closer together."
Hagel, a Republican
member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said there's no question that
Senator Chris Dodd, a Democratic Presidential Candidate, also spoke against the new sanctions.
Speaks Out on Unilateral Sanctions Against
Chris Dodd today released the following statement in reaction to the Bush
Administration's announcement of an unprecedented package of unilateral
recognize the obvious threat a nuclear
the action taken by the Administration today comes in the context of escalating
rhetoric and drumbeat to military action against
"I am deeply concerned that once again the President is opting for military action as a first resort.
"The glaring omission of any new diplomatic measures by the President today is the reason I voted, and urged my colleagues to vote, against the Kyl -Lieberman resolution on September 26.
"The aggressive actions taken today by the Administration absent any corresponding diplomatic action is exactly what we all should have known was coming when we considered our vote on the Kyl-Lieberman Amendment, and smacks, frankly, of a dangerous step toward armed confrontation with Iran."
But it was Senator John Edwards, another Democratic Presidential Candidate, who had the harshest words for Bush, Cheney and above all Hillary Clinton.
Edwards Statement Calling On Senator Clinton To Stop Enabling George Bush's Path To War With Iran
“Today, George Bush
and Dick Cheney again rattled the sabers in their march toward military action
“I learned a clear lesson from the lead up to the Iraq War in 2002: if you give this president an inch, he will take a mile - and launch a war. Senator Clinton apparently learned a different lesson. Instead of blocking George Bush’s new march to war, Senator Clinton and others are enabling him once again.
“I have called for
strong, capable diplomacy to deal with the challenge of
“The New Yorker
recently reported that one reason the administration has not yet attacked
The High Costs
Unfortunately, the cryptic statement from Senator Barak Obama, another Democratic Presidential Candidate, didn’t cut it. He’s taken the middle ground (as if there is one). Obama wants us to believe he isn’t for war. But he is afraid to be forceful and daring. He’s obviously too concerned about the political costs.
responds to the Bush administration's announcement on
It is important to have
tough sanctions on
A Small Man Standing Tall
Congressman Dennis Kucinich is by far the strongest anti-war Democratic Presidential candidate. One can expect to hear straight words from Kucinich. No beating around the Bushies. He is a man of wisdom and logic. They’ve tried to put him down because of his height. But he’s standing taller than all other candidates.
Bush Wants More War, This Time With
WASHINGTON, DC -
October 25 - Today, the Bush Administration announced additional sanctions on
Iran and labeled the Revolutionary Guard Corps as proliferators of weapons of
mass destruction and a unit of the Corps – the Quds Force – as a “specially
designed global terrorist.” Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) charged the
Administration with drumming up support for a war with
has been dramatically increasing its efforts in the last several weeks to go to
Last week, President Bush stated in a news conference: “So I’ve told people that if you’re interested in avoiding World War III, it seems like you ought to be interested in preventing them (Iran) from have the knowledge necessary to make a nuclear weapon.”
In a speech Sunday to
the Washington Institute for Near East Studies, Vice President Dick Cheney said
In announcing the sanctions today, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said: “Unfortunately the Iranian government continues to spurn our offer of open negotiations, instead threatening peace and security by pursuing nuclear technologies that can lead to a nuclear weapon, building dangerous ballistic missiles, supporting Shia militants in Iraq and terrorists in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories, and denying the existence of a fellow member of the United Nations, threatening to wipe Israel off the map.”
“After the lies and
deception used to lead us to war in
“Congress must take back its exclusive authority to declare war from the Bush Administration.”
In Search of Logic
In the following video, Chris Matthews is probing Joshua Muravchik of American Enterprise Institute, a Neo Cons’ den, for an iota of logic. But as hard as he tries, nothing comes out. This could be funny. However, considering psychotics like Muravchik are at the control of the nuclear buttons, this is as scary as it can get.
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