Saturday, November 04, 2006

Governmental Breakdown as U.S. in crisis and Bush stays course of Denial!

As we hear that Bechtel supposedly having succeeded in Iraq is now beginning to pull out. You have to ask knowing Iraq is worse off now post Saddam and Bechtel and others have made their Billions, What the hell did they do and how the frig does this U.S. Government continue to get away with this. With over 51 Billion in profits, no Governmental oversight, and some 2 Billion in illicit profits in Iraq you have to ask how much did they make off the failed efforts after Katrina? This has got to stop!

With a leading conservative proponent of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq now saying dysfunction within the Bush administration has turned U.S. policy there into a disaster.
Ie: Perle, who chaired a committee of Pentagon policy advisers early in the Bush administration, said had he seen at the start of the war in 2003 where it would go, he probably would not have advocated an invasion to depose Saddam Hussein. Perle was an assistant secretary of defense under President Reagan.
Meanwhile, the Military Times Media Group, a Gannett Co. subsidiary that publishes Army Times and other military-oriented periodicals, said Friday it was calling for Bush to fire Rumsfeld.

As we must have Democratic capture of the House or Senate on Tuesday as we think it would generate powerful pressure on President Bush -- from Republicans as well as Democrats -- for a fundamental change of direction in the increasingly unpopular Iraq war.

With polls casting the midterm election as a referendum on Iraq, a Democratic victory in either chamber would give party lawmakers a national platform with which to prod the president, through public hearings and investigations into how the war has been conducted. Or so we think!

For Republicans, a significant Democratic advance would be proof that voters are fed up with the current course of the war and expect changes from the nation's leaders. But Cheney pointed out that Bush is not up for reelection this year and is proceeding "full steam ahead" toward his goal of securing a victory in Iraq.
I am absolutely dumbfounded that with the walls crumbling down around this Governmental facade they still insist they are doing a great job and insist on staying the course at home where Bush continues to talk about his great economy as he never speaks of the Trillions in debt he is putting off until he is out of office.
And also in Iraq where Baghdad is in lock down in anticipation of a guilty verdict tomorrow at the trial of Saddam.

After all Bush's supposed success in his new societal, middle east, and world order, I can only see a total failure, absolute Governmental breakdown, and my beloved America as a country in crisis.
When all is said and done everything I just discussed is the real reason why Bush does not want the Democrats to come to power next month and also why we must.
Bush is afraid of investigations that must start and he is afraid he will not be able to stay his course of destruction as he insists he will do regardless of what the people of America want. We must stop this facade of a Government before it is too late!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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