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 George W. Bush abandons Americans

The NewsTimothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Shocking delay in aid contrasts with $200 billion wasted in Iraq. President George W. Bush pays back the good Christian Americans who elected him despite his illegal act of slaughter in Iraq by sitting in his Texas ranch for two days after the most horrific suffering was visited on the area around New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina...

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After two hundred billion dollars were spent in destabilising Iraq, slaughtering up to one hundred thousand innocent civilians, blasting the legs and arms off defenseless children and leaving the country and region in utter chaos, the best he can do is a brief flyover of the region and a belated visit, hurriedly put together only because of the protests.

And the protests are many, and venomous and rightly so. How is it possible that in a country which is always blowing its horn about how advanced it is, that people are starving to death? Is this Somalia? No, it is George Bush's United States of America.

How is it possible that young children are dying of thirst. Is this Mali? No, it is George Bush's United States of America.

How is it possible that people are having to scavenge for food. Is this Burkina Faso? No, it is George Bush's United States of America.

So, this is how President George Bush treats the people who put their trust in him. After siphoning off 200 billion USD of their hard-earned cash to finance his illegal act of butchery overseas, he turns his back on them, leaves them to wallow in the sewage, to lie rotting in the streets and to starve to death.

Welcome to George Bush's United States of America. It appears the man is as inept at governing his own country as he is at conducting foreign policy. George W. Bush will go down in the annals of history as the worst president this country has ever had and the worst leader the international community is unfortunate enough to have been forced to rub shoulders with.

Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey is a Director and Chief Editor of Pravda. Ru

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Re: George W. Bush abandons Americans (Score: 1)
by NonZionist on Saturday, September 03 @ 22:42:44 EDT
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Well said!

But if George Bush is really so bad, then why do the Democrats and the European politicians continue to defer to him and bow down to him?

Bush has legitimacy because the international ruling clique GRANTS him legitimacy.

Bush is just the front-man, the figure-head. The power behind the throne will let Bush take the fall, but nothing significant will change. The War Party will continue to reign, and will continue to view human beings as expendable.

Second, the neo-cons who pull Bush's strings are ex-Trotskyites. They despise everything America once stood for. So it's no surprise that they regard the destruction of one of America's major cities with indifference.

The neo-cons declare their allegiance to Israel, not to America. New Orleans is not in Israel -- therefore, the neo-cons let it twist in the wind.

Katrina, Iraq, and the Know-It-All Syndrome
Billions for offense, but not one cent for our own people: that's the slogan of this administration, and of the War Party generally. George W. Bush has vowed to "save" New Orleans, but his fan club over at National Review exhibits the true feelings of Beltway power-brokers for those peons stuck in the Big Easy, as when Jonah Goldberg opined:

"ATTN: SUPERDOME RESIDENTS [Jonah Goldberg] – I think it's time to face facts. That place is going to be a Mad Max/thunderdome Waterworld/Lord of the Flies horror show within the next few hours. My advice is to prepare yourself now. Hoard weapons, grow gills and learn to communicate with serpents. While you're working on that, find the biggest guy you can and when he's not expecting it beat him senseless. Gather young fighters around you and tell the womenfolk you will feed and protect any female who agrees to participate without question in your plans to repopulate the earth with a race of gilled-supermen. It's never too soon to be prepared."

Professor Stephen Bainbridge, a conservative law professor at UCLA and a blogger of note, took Goldberg to task for this particularly heartless comedy routine: Goldberg, however, refused to apologize:

"Perhaps Professor Bainbridge – of whom I am a fan – thinks something really awful will befall the denizens of the Superdome and therefore making a joke at their expense is wrong. My guess is that it will simply be a really unpleasent [sic] time for the remainder of the day, but hardly so unpleasent [sic] as to sanctify them with refugee or some other victim status."

No one who isn't, say, Ahmad Chalabi, or an Israeli "settler" in Gaza, deserves official "victim status" over at National Review. In a remarkably laconic (considering the source) note of contrition, Goldberg eventually conceded that "After sleeping on it, I decided I probably could have waited longer for the levity." The problem, of course, isn't that he should have held his fire until later, but that he should have kept his mouth shut to begin with. Undeterred by simple decency or common sense, however, National Review editor Rich Lowry defends Goldberg's remarks:

"Personally, I thought the Jonah Superdome riff was funny and clearly was poking fun at the media frenzy around Katrina at a time when it seemed especially over-blown."

It was all, suggests Lowry, a matter of bad timing, but rather than excusing Goldberg, this observation only underscores the underlying attitude that animates these heartless Bourbons. Lowry is saying that Goldberg couldn't have known how the New Orleans disaster would turn out, but clearly Goldberg had a fairly strong opinion that the "denizens of the Superdome" would merely have "a really unpleasent [sic] time of it." To the know-it-alls who inhabit the Washington Beltway – "denizens" of the corridors of power, if you will – the disasters and everyday misfortunes that befall the rest of us are, ultimately, of little consequence – and are thus fair game for court jesters such as Goldberg. Professor Bainbridge approaches a diagnosis of the moral and cognitive dissonance that afflicts Goldberg and his defenders when he notes:

"What happened in New Orleans (and the rest of the Gulf coast) was never anything for somebody sitting in safety hundreds of miles away to joke about, let alone so lamely."


Re: George W. Bush abandons Americans (Score: 1)
by TheTime on Sunday, September 04 @ 01:28:10 EDT
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The hypocrisy of George Bush was plain to see for all. He could mobilise massive logistical operations of "Shock and Awe" to bomb Iraqis to smithereens and pump their environment full of Depleted Uranium...but he could not mobilise even a few busses or trucks to get people out of NOLA.

He is a criminal of the highest order and a stone cold murderer...not only of Iraqis who had nothing to do with America in the first place but of his own poor people...

He is the worst President or "leader" in the history of the American nation and dare I say it the world. An incompetent bumbling baboon who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and nothing much else. Impeachment is too good for incompetence and criminality of this magnitude.

Re: George W. Bush abandons Americans (Score: 1)
by Blue1moon on Sunday, September 04 @ 05:28:32 EDT
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No, there is nothing the least bit humorus about what happened in New Orleans. That anyone should think so and joke about it, shows what cold hearted bast**ds they are.

Yes, impeachment of Bush and all his cronies somehow does not seem enough. Since I do not believe in killing or the death penalty - Perhaps some community service that would force them to see what they have caused. Perhaps if they/their children were thrown in the trenches in Iraq, they might actually have some clue as to what they are doing to our children. Perhaps if they were made to face the extent of damage their campaign of "freedom" has caused worldwide in some real way, to be forced to live as a "sheep" within the nightmare they have created for the rest of us... Or perhaps being thrown in jail, and told they are stripped of all rights, and thus get no hope of even a trial...

I can't help but wonder how well King George would have done had he been evacuated to the Dome in New Orleans, after days of heat, no food, no water, living in excrement and dead bodies. How well he would have appreciated the response of the US government to this tragedy - nothing for days. But then he would have probably been one of those given preferential treatment and gotten on an early bus - being white and rich in this country seems to bestow much more freedom that being anything else. (The government actually claimed days later that they didn't know that people were evacuated to the Dome (What?!?)

It happens all the time, the rich white guy who has stolen millions to get rich, gets confined to his beachfront property. The poor man who steals bread or milk for his family or sleeps in an abandoned building gets jailed.

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