Friday, October 29, 2004

get this guy out of the tape biz!

Bin Laden is back. On tape. But that is bad enough.
Bush had three years. The world was willing to help him after 9/11 to get Bin Laden.
He could have gotten him.

He didn't. He failed us.

He said he would smoke him out .
He didn't.

9/11 needs a strong reaction: Get the guys who did it, and make sure it never happens.
It happened during Bush' watch. Anybody who tries to blame Clinton for 9/11 is desperate.
The President is the President. Most powerful man in the world.
Does not automtically mean that you act like it.

But you have the responsibility to do so.
If not, then you don't get reelected. That is fair enough.
It is called democracy. Democracy will defeat Bin Laden.
Bush couldn't.

Or could he?

1000 american soldiers and 100,000 iraqi soldiers have dies in iraq. And, just to be clear:
There is NO connection between Iraq and 9/11. Try to find a quote of Bush where he would
say that loud and clear what you might have in your head. You will not find anything. Bush
suggested it in indirectly often enough. But he never said it, since there was no evidence.
There was no evidence because it was not so.

Bin Laden has to go away. Quickly. Do you know that he is a dialysis patient?
Bush could not get a man that needs to be at such a machine every 2 days.

C'mon that is ridicolous.


Blogger Bill Ryan said...


Does there need to be a connection to 9/11. If a child molestor that only molested OTHER children moved in across the street, at what point would you determine that you needed to tell the kids that they need to avoid him and put some family policies in place to prevent it? Saddam did in fact pay Palestian Suicide Bombers (as did the Saudis - something Bush is clearly in the wrong about not addressing) and was a supporter of Terrorism. What if I told you that James Woolsey - as in the former CIA Director, is on record on this issue - not 9/11 and Iraq but Oklahoma City, the first Trade Center bombing, and Iraq? How about his Wall Street Journal Article?

Bush should have gone after the most likely person willing, able and indicating that they would be down with pulling off another terrorist attack in the US. And he did.

October 29, 2004 at 9:28 PM  
Blogger Mr. Pink said...

"Don't even get me started. I just read your comment on the preceding post “The transcript.”
It is fools like you who believe and publish propaganda that will cause this great nation to fall, not terrorist cells. Look to the facts, Sam. The Bush administration had nothing to do with the cease-fire that allegedly allowed Bin Laden out of Afghanistan, if he was still there. Our military advised against it, but the Afghanis refused our advice and went ahead with a cease-fire on Tora Bora, which allowed a safe escape route to Pakistan feasible. Maybe you should verify your facts before you make assumptions and start blaming people, or are you too lazy to do anything other than listen to the news and just believe it all? I would hope that after reading this you would look up the real story and figure out for yourself what happened; the fact are clear. As for your comment and your blog, , everyone is free to voice an opinion, it is our constitutional right, but it is not our right to twist opinion so it looks like fact and tout it as news. If you really think that there is a conspiracy and our president is evil and wants to take over the world, so be it. When I ask you why you believe the things you do and how you support your conclusions, don’t give me speculations; I want facts, the imagination is limitless."

October 29, 2004 at 10:23 PM  
Blogger Azygos said...

The CIA and FBI websites both say there is no credible evidence that OBL is or was a dialysis patient. I think if he was they would have traced his location by now becuase there are very few manufacterers of dialysis equipment worldwide.

October 30, 2004 at 8:59 AM  
Blogger Julie Anne Fidler said...

This just shows how absolutely DESPERATE the left is to find fault with Bush.
Because that's their entire campaign strategy right there - find fault with Bush. Kerry is incapable of coming up with any new, solid ideas, so he just rips on his opponent.

I hope you're not honestly expecting John Kerry to be tougher on terrorism, because he can't even stop flip-flopping long enough to figure out what to do about it!

October 30, 2004 at 9:01 AM  

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