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Evil is going to war and killing people for personal gain…

Defector admits to WMD lies that triggered Iraq war

The WMD lies were made up, and the Bush administration knew it in mid-year 2000, and deliberately hid the knowledge and locked their source up so he could not talk until their highly profitable little war and fleecing of the American taxpayer was well underway.

Evil, pure fucking evil. May they all die and rot in hell, and by “they” I mean George W Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, Dick Cheney, Richard Perle, and Karl Rove. They are all complicit in the worst crimes of humanity.

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  1. Maria N. Clay | February 24, 2011 at 5:38 am | Permalink

    HershThis is a perp walk for the Bush administration.Sun Sep 19 2004 14 1564.140.159.136 Bush relies heavily on advisers which is no secret but Hersh makes an interesting point about the way they measure their influence. Bush Dick Cheney Donald Rumsfeld Paul Wolfowitz Richard Perle and the rest of the gang arent cuffed but here they are defiantly swaggering past the pop pop pop of photographers flashbulbs.Their defenders will call the charges a bum rap but the case against them has been made by Seymour Hersh a relentless resourceful investigative reporter and he sounds like hes got the goods.His charges many first filed in investigative reports in the New Yorker magazine where he has worked since 1998 include dereliction of duty conspiracy conflict of interest perjury torture and war crimes. The Abu Ghraib prison scandal Hersh says was not rooted in the criminal inclinations of a handful of Army Reservists but in the secrecy coercion and twisted legal justifications concocted by Bush White House lawyers high-ranking military officers and senior advisers.Bush relies heavily on advisers which is no secret but Hersh makes an interesting point about the way they measure their influence.For example Wolfowitz and several other key conservatives driving the Bush foreign-policy agenda are admirers of Leo Strauss a University of Chicago political philosopher who taught that statesmen must rely on an inner circle.

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