Joined: Oct. 2005
|Quote (evopeach @ Oct. 21 2005,12:17)|
|Dear Wonder Pinko Pants|
What false intelligence was that specifically and where is the evidence concerning a voice in His head telling him to go invade Iraq.
Assertions without multiple unimpeachable sources is trashtalk expected only from evos and other liars.
In the why-do-I-bother department, here goes:
Reasons given for invading Iraq:
1) WMDs (false; Iraq didn't have any)
2) Ties to terrorism (false: Iraq didn't have any)
3) Threat to the region (false; toothless tiger)
4) Threat to US (give me a break)
5) The people of Iraq will shower our troops with flowers (<100 dead during war, >1900 dead after war)
6) To close the torture chambers and rape rooms (Abu Ghraib)
7) To establish stable democracy in Middle East (oops! we meant to say fundamentalist theocracy! )
8) Us will win war. (Iran wins war)
Dubya is on record as saying God told him to smite Saddam, so he smote Saddam. The technical term for that is "doing what the voices in my head tell me to do."
(If you want support for the above assertions, get your head out of the Free Republic and read some actual newspapers. Any ones published in the last three years will suffice.)
Meanwhile, your own troop of mouth-breathing knuckle-draggers managed to impeach one of the most popular and successful presidents of the 20th century for...what?...getting a blow-job in the oval office?
BTW: Chimp: the vote for impeachment succeeded. The vote to convict failed. The house managers, the ones who'd put together the whole sorry spectacle, later admitted that the whole thing was a collossal failure. They admitted they wished they'd never brought the thing up in the first place, especially when Clinton's approval ratings peaked after the vote to convict failed. At that time, Clinton's approval ratings were close to double what Dubya's currently are, and W's ratings have a tendency to go down about a point a month. He's still got 39 months to go, so he should be down around zero by the time his term ends.
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