Sep 5, 2007

American's Being "Played": Obermann Uncovers and Blasts Bush's deliberate Lies about Iraq

Those who resist this message should argue against the evidence produced--if they can. Again, Bush has proven himself a deliberate liar, who confessed he is "playing" the Congress and people, feigning a "troop reduction" while buying time. Those who defend liars are assessories to the immoral act of deliberate and general deceit, and prove their own corruption. This is not partisan, this is a fact that should expel Bush and the neoconservative conspirators behind his propaganda from republican respect forever. Listen hard, as Bush is caught confessing that he is merely playing to buy time for the 2008 neo-republican candidates (Ron Paul being a legitimate republican) to get "comfortable" supporting continuance in Iraq, while 70 percent of the country is entirely against it. Presidential candidates in history have openly lied about not entering or continuing wars to win elections, and then a convenient excuse is given to suddenly break those promises. Interestingly, this is the timing in which Fred Thompson is entering, yet not tying himself (hint: craft) to any promises or statements by not participating (like a coward) in the New Hampshire republican debate.

countdown-sc-bush.jpg Keith Olbermann's Special Comment tonight is without a doubt, one of his hardest hitting and most emotional to date. Keith absolutely lays waste to President Bush's lies and rhetoric about the surge. He contrasts his callous disregard for the truth and the troops between his six hour photo op in Iraq and the interview with Draper released this weekend.

This video is a must-see, hold on to your hats.

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And there it is, sir. We've caught you.

Your goal is not to bring some troops home — maybe — if we let you have your way now;

Your goal is not to set the stage for eventual withdrawal;

You are, to use your own disrespectful, tone-deaf word, playing at getting the next Republican nominee to agree to jump into this bottomless pit with you, and take us with him, as we stay in Iraq for another year, and another, and another, and anon.

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