Saturday, November 18, 2006

Bush said there were lessons to be learned from Vietnam,insurgents have learned, Bush has Not!

As usual if you want to know the truth, the whole story, you have to peruse all news outlets and come up with it yourself. Once again this is true! Bush's cagey lies told only so he can stay the course of failure in Iraq are blatant and obvious as the truth is Iraq has failed as Vietnam did regardless of how much time was spent there or in Iraq. This fool just doesn't get it and continues to prove that while the insurgents have learned their lessons he has learned nothing!
President Bush, on his first visit to a country where America lost a two-decade-long fight against communism, said Friday the Vietnam War's lesson for today's Iraq conflict is that freedom takes time to trump hatred.
Embracing a former enemy that remains communist but is allowing capitalism to surge, Bush opened a four-day stay here that was fueling an already raging debate over his war policy.
Please read the ignored lessons below the fold!

Bush stupidly says "It's just going to take a long period of time for the ideology that is hopeful -- and that is an ideology of freedom -- to overcome an ideology of hate," Bush said
"We'll succeed," Bush added, "unless we quit." Bullshit!
A North Vietnamese veteran who had his hand blown off fighting the Americans, recalled his own lesson."Even though the Americans were more powerful with all their massive weapons, the main factor in war is the people," he said. "The Vietnamese people were very determined. We would not give up. That's why we won." Doesn't he realize that this id just a Communist country that is using Capitalism in order to further their beloved Communism as China is doing?
I have to ask first what the Fuck? I just looked at this one story and I'm dumbfounded. then I read another outlook and it gets worse!
Thinking about Bush's speech on freedom in Vietnam I see this in another story that In this image-conscious country, party leaders can speak freely and be heard, but not everyone here can hear the leader of the free world who sadly is Bush and that is a good thing but! Throughout the day, reporters from both countries were allowed to hear remarks by Vietnamese leaders, but were forced to leave when it was Bush's turn to speak.

"Out, out," officials shouted to reporters during Bush's remarks at a meeting with Nong Duc Manh, general secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam. that's freedom?

Then I see another article and you know in today's environment to expect tight security but this! Human rights agencies say beggars and street children have been placed in detention centers. This is Bush's ideology of freedom?

Bush said there were lessons to be learned from the divisive Vietnam war as he has refused to learn anything at all from that and has repeated every mistake and then some. Also knowing his unworthy actions during Vietnam I have to wonder what he was really thinking as he passed Truc Bach lake, where John McCain now a Republican senator from Arizona, was captured after parachuting from his damaged warplane. McCain spent more than five years as a prisoner of war.

I don't have to tell you this but Bush has duplicated every single mistake from again trying to set up a puppet Government, trying to enforce Democracy on a country that as a whole does not want it, to again relying on so called freed people that are often turning on our troops. He has also insisted on overstaying our misconceived welcome. I am sure you can all come up with many, many more. What mistake has bush not repeated? What the hell has he done right?

From what we are all seeing it appears as though the so called insurgents have learned the lessons of Vietnam well while bush has learned absolutely nothing. We started this unnecessary war of Bush's just the opposite as Vietnam and we should see to it that we finish that way. During Vietnam we went in slowly as advisors, slowly. Then we left fast having given up. No matter how long we stayed the results would have been the same!

Bush refuses to see that the same thing applies to Iraq! This time, in Iraq we went in fast and we should leave slowly with a measured, strategic, withdrawal, while we still have a say over it. Our soldiers did their job, Bush must make believe he can do his and think!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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