Thursday, August 31, 2006

The War President's Ideological Agenda

In his speech to an audience of his choosing, George delivered the words that were prompted to him. Words that echoed the same old messages, with more war rhetoric than usual. The words of a "War Presiden't"...his ideological dream from long before he became president. A dream to be achieved at all costs, without regard for truth, justice, and the American Way.

"The war we fight today is more than a military conflict. It is the decisive ideological struggle of the 21st century. (Applause.)

On one side are those who believe in the values of freedom and moderation, the right of all people to speak and worship and live in liberty. And on the other side are those driven by the values of tyranny and extremism, the right of a self-appointed few to impose their fanatical views on all the rest. As veterans, you have seen this kind of enemy before. They're successors to fascists, to Nazis, to communists and other totalitarians of the 20th century, and history shows what the outcome will be. This war will be difficult, this war will be long, and this war will end in the defeat of the terrorists of -- totalitarians, and a victory for the cause of freedom and liberty."

Bush pledges 'terror war' victory

President George W Bush has said victory in Iraq is essential to the US winning the "war on terror" against the Islamist groups ranged against it.
The US would not leave Iraq until victory was achieved, he told military veterans in Salt Lake City, Utah.

And he warned Iran of "consequences" if it continued to defy the international community over its nuclear programme.

The speech is one of a series in which Mr Bush is defending his security strategy as mid-term polls approach.

"The war we fight today is more than a military conflict," Mr Bush said. "It is the decisive ideological struggle of the 21st Century."

Cheney Tells Russert He Hasn’t Seen The Senate Intelligence Report

By: Jamie Holly on Sunday, September 10th, 2006 at 9:19 AM -
There is a video on this link where Cheney tries to spin the weapons of mass destruction fallacy against the Iraq harboring terrorists idea. This is similar to the video of Rummy being exposed as a liar on weapons of mass destruction.

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