Friday, January 19, 2007

Truth and Consequences



As life goes on we all learn that for every truth, there is a consequence. We also learn that so often those consequences are not what we hope, but what others dream of.

Bush's war in Iraq was based on lies, but the truth has finally came out. The truth is that an unjust war brings consequences.

Thousands of people have faced the consequences of the truth of Bush's war. Those consequences have changed the course of their lives forever.

The truth is Bush went to war to conquer the oil fields of the mideast, which would enable him to conquer the world.

The consequence of this war has been thousands of U.S and Iraqi's killed, thousands more maimed and injured, and a never ending war rages on.

The truth is Mr. Bush you are a traitor to your country. The consequence is the thousands of coffins carrying U.S and Iraqi people.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Building fourteen military bases the size of small cities, debunks Bush's lie that the occupation was to be anything short of permanent. That he directed US forces to guard only the Oil Ministry while looters pilaged the rest of Baghdad, clearly demonstrates what was important to him.

Friday, 19 January, 2007  
Blogger Larry said...

You're right. Bush has plans to make that a base to finish his quest to take over the mideast oil.

Friday, 19 January, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saturday 25 Americans soldiers were killed in combat in Iraq.

25 American soldiers slaughtered in one day so Bush and right wing pricks like FF can keep from admitting they're wrong.

25 dead Americans in one day.




Heckuva job.

Sunday, 21 January, 2007  
Blogger Lydia Cornell said...

Wow, this is a powerful picture. I want to put it on my sidebar! Is that okay?

You are beautiful Kay.

Thursday, 25 January, 2007  
Blogger Larry said...

Lydia,

Feel free to use the photo on your blog.

It is a telling picture.

Thursday, 25 January, 2007  
Blogger Dirk_Star said...

Amen...

I am so anxious to see if the Democrats fulfil their promises.

Thank god the Bush nightmare is coming to an end.

Sunday, 25 March, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unfortunately it is not coming to an end. It won't come to an end for many decades even if the occupation were to stop this minute.

I had a leaky roof once and I tried to patch it. I never could get it to stop leaking, so I hired someone. He told me that he wouldn't even try to patch it -- it was too far gone for that. Instead, he said he would tear off the old roof entirely and start from scratch. That's sort of like the impasse we are at now in this country.

Friday, 01 June, 2007  

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