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Heres Bush the Berk lying again! What a surprise!

#1
After ordering everybody to prove that Iraq was responsible for banjoeing the World Trade Centre, here's what the prat said in a recent news conference.
You couldn't make this up.

http://thinkprogress.org/2006/08/21/bush-on-911/

And before anybody points out the obvious - I know all about the website, but this is a video of Bush the Berk making a complete "penis-up" of the whole question.

Talk about useless and incompetent!

MsG
 
#2
I need to start trolling throught the C-Span listings to see when they're re-running that conference. I want to know what was being said beforehand that caused him to lose his teddies. :D

What a shuddering hoop.
 
#3
Whatever happened to the legal precedent set by the Nuremberg tribunals when the defendants were arraigned before the court and subsequently found guilty of charges, inter alia, of 'waging aggressive war'.

I doubt any American administration will ever hold that man and his associates to any kind of account!
 
#4
What's the problem, never heard anybody say Iraq was part of the attack on Sep. 11 as the question stated. Have heard them state they supported and supplied terrorist with financing and training, as well as the stupid WMD gag which we all know was trucked into Syria before the U(seless)N could do any inspections. On the other hand Iraq is part of the problem and now acts as a shithead magnet. So I would say it's better to fight them there than say the abbey ruins at Bury St. Edmunds? Cheers you *******!!!!



















Ha just screwing with ya don't get all bent out of shape:)
 
#5
Tread carefully tex :wink:
 
#6
texengland said:
What's the problem, never heard anybody say Iraq was part of the attack on Sep. 11 as the question stated. Have heard them state they supported and supplied terrorist with financing and training, as well as the stupid WMD gag which we all know was trucked into Syria before the U(seless)N could do any inspections. On the other hand Iraq is part of the problem and now acts as a shithead magnet. So I would say it's better to fight them there than say the abbey ruins at Bury St. Edmunds? Cheers you *******!!!!



















Ha just screwing with ya don't get all bent out of shape:)
:twisted:
 
#7
Aah, crabtastic, you bit! Don't worry about grumble and grunts like this. They make you appreciate all the more the decent and sensible folks around.

MsG
 
#8
What's the problem, never heard anybody say Iraq was part of the attack on Sep. 11 as the question stated. Have heard them state they supported and supplied terrorist with financing and training, as well as the stupid WMD gag which we all know was trucked into Syria before the U(seless)N could do any inspections. On the other hand Iraq is part of the problem and now acts as a shithead magnet. So I would say it's better to fight them there than say the abbey ruins at Bury St. Edmunds? Cheers you *******!!!!
texengland you should know better than interrupt a thread that was meant as a anti Bush diatribe. Its just better to let the kids thump their chest, have a rant and move on. Makes them feel important. 8)
 
#9
NEO_CON said:
What's the problem, never heard anybody say Iraq was part of the attack on Sep. 11 as the question stated. Have heard them state they supported and supplied terrorist with financing and training, as well as the stupid WMD gag which we all know was trucked into Syria before the U(seless)N could do any inspections. On the other hand Iraq is part of the problem and now acts as a shithead magnet. So I would say it's better to fight them there than say the abbey ruins at Bury St. Edmunds? Cheers you *******!!!!
texengland you should know better than interrupt a thread that was meant as a anti Bush diatribe. Its just better to let the kids thump their chest, have a rant and move on. Makes them feel important. 8)
NEO_CON! I wondered when you'd rock up. I think you're labouring under a misapprehension. You seem to think that people don't like Bush the Berk because they're envious, or mistrust him and his policies. Well, these may factor in, but the main reason is that leaders, and particularly the leader of the most powerful nation in the world, are held to much higher standards than us ordinary folk. Bush the Berk has proved beyond a doubt that he's not only totally unaware of the world outside his immediate sphere, he's also proved that he doesn't give a shite about it! In addition, any halfways trained observer can see that he's totally indifferent to anything that doesn't add to his personal kudos. In short, he's exactly the wrong sort of person to be leading a nation. I wouldn't let him lead a dog!

If that's the sort of totally vacuous nonentity you see fit to support, then that's obviously your choice. But it says a lot about you personally too. Which is probably why you seem to get such short thrift on ARRSE.

MsG
 
#10
I just like screwing with people who get all worked up over trivial sh*t like this, I myself am not a huge Bush fan especially when it comes to our borders. On the other hand I would rather have Bush in office than Kerry.

Frankie Says Relax!! :)
 
#11
texengland said:
I just like screwing with people who get all worked up over trivial sh*t like this, I myself am not a huge Bush fan especially when it comes to our borders. On the other hand I would rather have Bush in office than Kerry.

Frankie Says Relax!! :)
To date, the material cost to the US of the Iraq War has been:

2,609 US dead
19,890 US Wounded
$319,000,000,000 of taxpayers' money appropriated

Not to mention the incalculable cost to the image and credibility of the US and its ability to counter other challenges and threats, both short and long term.

And why? Because of hubris and one of the the most fraudulent and despicable disinformation campaigns ever foisted upon the American people.

If you're just going to troll, fcuk off somewhere else and do it. If you want to talk seriously about the matter, I'm eager to hear what you have to say.
 
#12
Troll!! No need to start name calling. I know very well the cost of the war both in Iraq, A-stan and those shithole support bases scattered throughout the area. Don't start quoting numbers to me like you're all high and mighty, just because I made a light hearted comment about our current president.

I also know that we are fighting a WAR against an enemy who wants our people and way of life destroyed. If the government has an ulterior motive whether it be oil, camels or sand then so be it. All gov'ts are corrupt there is no doubt in my mind about that, but you have to look past your petty hatred of governmental bodies and see what is really going on in the world. These people don't care if you are left wing or right wing they just want you dead, and all this b*itching and whining about what the Pres. or P.M. lied and he said she said BS just fits right into their agenda. We are never going to win this war fighting in poitically correct fashion as we are now. We need to quit worrying about the feelings of the bleeding hearts and just go in and get the damn job done and done right.

Before the inevitable thread of the hell are you to be talking like this and all that crap, I am active duty USAF been this way for 8 years now. Was prior Ordnance and currently working M.I.. So don't start swinging your post count around like it's big d*ck or something because that just gets straight to the middle of nowhere. On a lighter note I did spend 3 years in England and absolutely loved it, still trying to get back there even if ya'll do have some very bassackwards laws. Now go have a beer and chill out buddy, because I have a feeling we'll bump heads more than once on here.Take Care, :p
Glenn
 
#13
Im fairly sure we'd have fewer opportnities to fight this war if the happy couple werent making whoopsy all over the middle east.

and personally speaking if I have to die in a ditch for someone id prefer it was the electorate of Britain speaking through their elected representative, than the inbreds of backasswards US of A grinding the organ for their monkey who in turn operates Phoney tony via a hand up his jacksie.
 
#16
He cares because stating numerical figures in front of other Keyboard Kommandos makes you seem more importnant than you actually are. It's a proven fact 1 in 69 scientists say so, or at least thats what 5 of the 5 million intenet forum gods have told me.HAHAHA












ETA. Above post is called a joke, just putting this here before the overly sensitive types get all bent out of shape :wink:
 
#17
Texen in my own opinion you dont need to apolgise for humour in Arrse, we either get it or we dont. Apologies arent really needed.

Ive not been to Iraq but then im not too keen to get sand under my bellend either and mummys special soldier (thats me) has athsma and a note from matron excusing him from playing with the big boys.
 
#20
Dogface said:
crabtastic said:
To date, the material cost to the US of the Iraq War has been:

2,609 US dead
19,890 US Wounded
$319,000,000,000 of taxpayers' money appropriated

And you care why?

How many did you know? How many did you serve with?


Not to mention the incalculable cost to the image and credibility of the US and its ability to counter other challenges and threats, both short and long term.

And you care why?
Because I'm a policy analyst it's my job to care, not to mention the fact that I'm a decent human being that doesn't like to see lives and treasure wasted for no acceptable reason.

As for going to Iraq, no I haven't been there- although if you comments over the last few months are anything to go by, your trip there hasn't helped you figure out what's going on. I have yet to read a thoughtful intelligent post that you have made. You seem to hang out here to share gun porn pics and wind people up with your inane ramblings. I stashed my hat and commission scroll in a box and got on with my life in the late 90s.

In deference to many people on this board have to go and deal with the ongoing clusterfcuk, I've resisted so far to say I told you so, but the simple fact is that 99% of International Relations Scholars saw the current quagmire coming a mile off- the ones that didn't were in the Neo-Conservative think tanks dreaming up the plan and inthe Administration executing it. Anyone who knew anything about the Middle East saw this coming a mile off. Most of the uniforms in the Pentagon saw this coming a mile off. How we all laughed when Dick Cheney repeatedly linked Saddam Hussein to al Qaeda, when Paul Wolfowitz said that the invasion, occupation and reconstruction of Iraq would cost just $2bn to US taxpayers, and when Dick Cheney said that the US and its allies would be treated as liberators.

The laughter stopped at the point where the Deputy Defense Secretary, Paul Wolfowitz, during tesitmony before the US Senate underestimated the number of US casualties by approximately 50%- talk about having the nation's gratitude

Now, 3 years, 2,600 US lives, 20,000 US wounded (not to mention to approximately 40,000 Iraqi lives) later, I think a sense of humour failure is justified. By any quantifyable measure the security situation in Iraq is deteriorating. As for the $300bn dollar price tag, let see what that would have bought the American taxpayer.

1. A $1,000 tax rebate for every man, woman and child.
2. $41 million children could have attended a Head Start program
3. 186 million children could have had health insurance
4. 15 million 4 year college scholarships
5. 2.8 million public housing units (500,000 veterans experience homelessness each year in the US)
6. 5.4 million public schoolteachers

Do you not think that these are better uses for the wedge than killing people, weakening your own National Security and causing a region to descend into chaos. Perhaps, you don't agree that this is the situation, so please, with your wealth of experience and deep understanding of the situation, share with us you analysis of what is happening, how exactly the war on terrrrrrrrrrr is being one and how soon we can expect everyone home for tea and medals and a nice, big victory parade.

Or alternatively, follow your usualy MO of posting one or two lines of the sort of gibberish I would expect from a 7yr old with ADD.
 

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