Sunday, September 17, 2006

Should we really call for Rumsfelds resignation?

Well...It looks like Rummy is now being used as "the old hat on a stick trick" to draw fire untill the Democrats decide that his resignition isn't really an important issue. He has been exposed for what he is and should probably be left right where he is in the light of day, much like Dubya who is looking pretty ridiculous trying to cover his lies with more lies. This secretive and unaccountable cabal who has taken over our government is no longer trusted by the majority, and is grasping at straws to secure absolute power for their long planned agenda. All this with a puppet that has called hiself "The War President" and commander in chief. A puppet that right after the World Trade disaster ask the American people to speak with one voice. The one voice that we have heard from every member in this administration from that day to the present. Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Condaleeza Rice, Scooter LIbby, John Bolton, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Armitage, Richard Perle, James Woolsey, & Colon Powell spoke with that voice. General Jay Garner didn't, and was promptly fired, because he thought that we were in Iraq to help the people.


REVISION: 11-11-2006 The above link no longer works or has been deleted, but this link to the same artical still exists... RE: Geezerpower

Palast: Why Rumsfeld Should Not Resign
Saturday, 15 April 2006, 1:35 pm
Opinion: Greg Palast

George Bush called for democracy in Iraq, the President meant the Iraqis could choose their own government. Misunderstanding the President's true mission, General Garner called for Iraqis to hold elections within 90 days and for the U.S. to quickly pull troops out of the cities to a desert base. "It's their country," the General told me of the Iraqis. "And," he added, most ominously, "their oil." Let's not forget: it's all about the oil.

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