Surprised?? Like voting this November is really gonna change anything. We need a Dictator right now..........Devil5052 wrote:According to evidence presented in a Senate hearing yesterday, 1/6th of every dollar being spent in Iraq is going for to line the pockets of contractor company's like Haliburton (Dick Cheney's old company) for inferior work/products or non-existant stuff. The Congress passed a law setting up a commission, similar to the Truman Commission of WWII, to oversee contracts & make sure our tax money wasn't be stolen or wasted. GW Bush signed the law but put in a "Signing Statement" that no commission would actually be set up. If that isn't a criminal conflict of interest, I don't know what is! (Problem is, Bush owns the police (Justice Dept) until next January)
acesover wrote:Do you think Hillary will pardon Bush for high crimes and treason.
acesover wrote:A peanut farmer... never comited crimes against humanity, did not rape the bill of rights, the constitution, or the american people, he was a good man who server the good of all, his eigo did not try to sublime the fact of the current boy in office, a draft dodging, lowdown pice of human wast that should have been wiped off the back of his moms ass.
acesover wrote:A peanut farmer... never comited crimes against humanity, did not rape the bill of rights, the constitution, or the american people, he was a good man who server the good of all, .
Richard S. wrote:If that situation were presented to GWB , his father, Reagan or I'll even go out on limb and say Clinton those hostages would not have been sitting there for more than month. They may have ended up dead but the harsh reality is you cannot negotiate with people like that. They need to be dealt with immediately and severely. The consequences of trying to make a deal is they just do it again somewhere else.