Sunday, September 10, 2006

I Light A Candle For Every Soul of 9/11

This is not the time for any political gimmick or Ground Zero rhetoric. We are tired of the political cliches of President George W.Bush on the war on terror. Because, there is nothing more to say that has not been said. And 9/11 has even become the scapegoat of the war in Iraq. And more innocent lives have been lost in the wrong place fighting the wrong war while Osama bin Laden and his lawless terrorists are busy playing hide and seek in the game of death with contempt for the Coalition Forces.

The President that lied has not repented and continues to give excuses for his blunders. Bloody blunders costing more innocent lives everyday in the wrong war in Iraq. And GWB continues to waste the lives of innocent Americans in Iraq with impunity.

It is a great pity that 9/11 has become the scapegoat of the misadministration of President George W.Bush in the prosecution of the war on terror.

Who is fooling whom?

I have nothing more to say.
I light a candle for every soul of 9/11.


Chxta said...

While you are at it, light a candle for Iraq. Bush has destroyed that country...

OTTMANN said...

No, Bush did NOT lie. The war is very legit. It is the Islamic radicals who are to blame and need to be defeated. Iraq is part of the bigger war.

Narratives matter -- stories that make sense of the messy realities of the world, that connect cause with effect, that have a beginning, middle and end. We seek to understand the struggle in Iraq by constructing narratives and fitting events into them. But sometimes a narrative is undercut and rendered inoperative by emerging facts. And sometimes a new narrative emerges when facts previously unknown come to light. Both happened in the past two weeks.

The narrative that was undercut was the claim by Joseph Wilson (Plamegate) that the Bush White House had breached national security by disclosing the identity of his wife to reporters.

This was supposedly done to discredit Wilson's July 2003 New York Times article, in which he said he had debunked George W. Bush's claim that Iraq was trying to obtain uranium in Africa. The Wilson claim helped to embed the "Bush lied, people died" theme in public discourse.

It has long since come out that just about everything Wilson said was false.

He was not, as he suggested, sent on his mission to Niger by Dick Cheney. He was recommended for the trip, contrary to his denial, by his wife, CIA employee Valerie Plame. He reported to the CIA that an Iraqi official had come to Niger on a trade mission in 1999 -- evidence that tended to confirm rather than refute the British intelligence claim that Iraq was uranium-shopping in Africa -- a claim that Britain's Lord Butler judged "well founded."

Unless liberals can benefit from tragedy, as they've done for the past 50 years, they do not care, so they bash and ignore real dangers and how they're being protected from them.

This the enemy uses, while waiting for the coming event that will stupify the left into abandoning democracy in acceptance of Islam, having already abandoned Christianity.

It is only a matter of time, of which the enemy knows the left has no patience for.

Clinton and Democrats Censor 9/11 FACTS

Orikinla Osinachi. said...

As much as I don't support the war in Iraq, I see that the Iraqis are the ones destroying their country and not the President of America. In actual fact, they have done more collateral damages to themselves than the damages inflicted by the Coalition forces.

Your plausible analysis of the crisis of conflict of political interests among Republicans and Democrats is very enlightening. And I would have loved the Liberals to challenge your rational analysis.

God bless.

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Marti said...

My heart goes out to all those who lost a friend or family member that day. Thank you for thinking of them.

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Blessings to you.

Orikinla Osinachi. said...


But please, I would prefer to show my sincere appreciation by buying your book.

God bless.

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God bless.