Tuesday, June 07, 2005

WH and Pentagon Happy With Iraq Progress

Bush is “pleased”, Cheney says the Iraq insurgency is in its “last throes” and Rumsfeld says the number of attacks has gone down but the number of deaths has climbed. That's the latest word from the insane asylum on The Hill. David L. Phillips, a consultant on Iraq for the State Department who resigned in 2003, wrote a book called “Losing Iraq: Inside the Postwar Reconstruction Fiasco”. Phillips has a more realistic view of Iraq than the White House and Pentagon. He was quoted in a June 5th WaPo article (“Bush's Optimism On Iraq Debated”) saying, “It's dangerous when U.S. officials start to believe their own propaganda." The world cannot maintain it doesn't know the truth about the Bush administration's unnecessary war of aggression in Iraq. British national security aide Matthew Rycroft's memo (“The Downing Street Memo”) has proved that Tony Blair and George Bush invented reasons to go to war out of lies and rumors. This morning's tally on American Soldier deaths in Iraq is 1677. The majority of people in the US are against the war in Iraq and all of the Bush administration policies. We have two alternatives to bring down the fascist nutcases now running the White House. We can call for impeachment or we can charge the bastards with war crimes. But for God's sake, let's mobilize and do one thing or the other.

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