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Iraq Demands Apology From U.S. For Civilian Deaths - "We cannot forgive the violations of the dignity of the Iraqi people," Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said. [ sending the war back 100 times 10 the Bush way]
Post Date: 2006-06-01 19:57:09 by TLBSHOW
BAGHDAD, Iraq - The Iraqi government demanded Thursday that U.S. forces apologize for the deaths of 24 civilians whom American Marines killed in the town of Haditha last fall and said it would begin talks with the United States to establish rules that would limit the way foreign troops conduct raids and detain Iraqi citizens. "We cannot forgive the violations of the dignity of the Iraqi people," Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said. U.S. troops operate in Iraq without any Iraqi government restrictions under an order that the American-led occupation government issued in 2004, and it was unclear whether U.S. officials would be willing to alter it. That order by the Coalition ...
THE COUNTRY IS SICK TO DEATH OF BUSH AND REPUBLICANS - DIXIE CHICKS SELL 1/2 A MILLION NEW RECORDS AND TAKE THE # 1 SPOT ON THE CHARTS
Post Date: 2006-05-31 22:55:45 by TLBSHOW
HEY REPUBLICANS - ITS OVER - THANK JIM ROBINSON AND TRAITOR BUSH
and when they came for sinkspur - Put your hair out Sink, the facts are not out yet, don't be a tool for the left!
Post Date: 2006-05-29 21:48:49 by TLBSHOW
To: sinkspur Key word is "IF" sink, and there are people who are considering them guilty before they have had achance to defend themselves, Fot that MF matter, before they are even charged. Put your hair out Sink, the facts are not out yet, don't be a tool for the left! 37 posted on 05/29/2006 9:36:24 PM EDT by MJY1288
Times of crisis can breed some beautiful noise - Neil Young's first single is Looking for a Leader
Post Date: 2006-05-29 21:30:38 by TLBSHOW
Times of crisis can breed some beautiful noise. A Canadian citizen deeply concerned with the state of "our country," Neil Young returns to his classic Crazy Horse sound, welding warmly distorted, amp-blowing guitars with frail vocals and taut drums. It's the perfect medium for a raw, unfiltered message. "America has a leader/But he's not in the house," Young sings as a big church choir turns his howl of dissent into a hopeful hymn. Driven by his fuzzy fretwork, "Looking for a Leader" is as energetic as it is poignant, an urgent, grunge-leaning burst that has the immediacy of a live concert. It conjures "Rockin' in the Free World" and should also ...
Deadly Attack On CBS News Crew Two Team Members Killed, Correspondent Seriously Injured By Roadside Bomb In Baghdad
Post Date: 2006-05-29 11:22:58 by TLBSHOW
(CBS/AP) Two members of a CBS News team, veteran cameraman Paul Douglas, 48, and soundman James Brolan, 42, were killed and correspondent Kimberly Dozier, 39, was seriously injured Monday when the Baghdad military unit in which they were embedded was attacked. They were reporting on patrol with the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, when their convoy was struck by a roadside bomb. The attack was among a slew of car and roadside bombs left about three dozen people dead before noon Monday, including one explosion that killed 10 people on a bus. Nearly all the attacks occurred in Baghdad. Here is the official dispatch from CBS News "A CBS News television crew embedded with ...
Amelia VS ohioWfan - You seem to regard disagreement with this President as evil, if I understand you correctly. I find that rather blasphemous, personally
Post Date: 2006-05-29 00:37:55 by TLBSHOW
To: Amelia You seem to regard disagreement with this President as evil, if I understand you correctly. I find that rather blasphemous, personally. I never said, nor implied any such thing. The blasphemy has been against the Lord. Now please don't reply to me again. If you can't accept my opinion without making things up out of whole cloth to accuse me, the conversation is over. 166 posted on 05/28/2006 11:39:31 PM EDT by ohioWfan
Fresh Evidence of "executions" by rogue Marines New photographs lend weight to allegations of revenge killings by US unit under attack in which 24 unarmed civilians died
Post Date: 2006-05-28 11:31:57 by A K A Stone
Fresh photographic evidence seen by US investigators is believed to reveal that some of the 24 unarmed Iraqis killed in the Iraqi town of Haditha after an American died in a roadside bomb in November were in effect executed, it was reported yesterday. According to Congressional and defence officials quoted by the Los Angeles Times, the pictures show wounds to the upper bodies of the victims, who included several women and six children. Some were shot in the head and some in the back. 'There wasn't a gunfight, there were no pockmarked walls,' the paper reports a congressional aide as saying. And it quotes a US Defence Department official who had been briefed on the contents of the photos ...
Iran Says It Won't Be Forced to Negotiate
Post Date: 2006-05-13 19:04:24 by A K A Stone
BALI, Indonesia -- Iran's president, emboldened by the support of Muslim nations, said today he was willing to hold talks over Tehran's disputed nuclear agenda but not with Israel or countries that hold "bombs over our head." President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he has cooperated fully with the U.N. nuclear agency and the world has nothing to fear from his program to enrich uranium, which can be used for generating electricity or in making atomic weapons. ADVERTISEMENT The hardline leader spoke after meeting with heads of state and prime ministers from Indonesia, Pakistan, Nigeria, Turkey and Malaysia and government ministers from Egypt and Bangladesh. Though they were on the ...
U.S. Military Is Split on Insurgency Strategy
Post Date: 2006-05-13 18:57:33 by A K A Stone
HADITHA, Iraq In the region around Qaim, a northwestern Iraqi town near the Syrian border, Marines are fanning out from their main base and moving into villages as part of a new strategy to root out insurgents who enter the country here. The troops have set up 19 small base camps throughout the area and begun routinely patrolling insurgent hot spots north of the Euphrates River. The deployment follows a strategy favored by a new generation of counterinsurgency experts: disperse, mingle with the population and stay put. But the shift comes as the Pentagon appears to be moving the overall U.S. military effort in the opposite direction across much of the country. Army units are being ...
British soldiers die as helicopter is shot down. Then Basra erupts in bloody gun battles
Post Date: 2006-05-12 21:19:30 by A K A Stone
Bloddy battles were fought on the streets of Basra last night after a British helicopter crashed in the city, reportedly killing four airmen and drawing an Iraqi crowd shouting 'Victory to the Mahdi army'. At least three British army vehicles were set on fire as the crowd hurled petrol bombs at troops trying to reach the blazing wreckage. Iraqi police officials believed the aircraft had been brought down by a shoulder-fired missile. Four charred bodies were seen inside it, reports said. In the ensuing fighting, unconfirmed reports suggested that four Iraqis - some of them bystanders and thought to include a child - had also been killed. Soldiers fired three live rounds as they moved to ...
Now Is the Time for a Left-Right Alliance
Post Date: 2006-05-11 01:37:18 by Morgana le Fay
I'm currently a life member of the John Birch Society and formerly served on the staff of the organization for 13 years. So why should any left-winger reading this care a fig about what I have to say? Because of a conversation I had with another conservative magazine writer recently. In frustration at the unconstitutional excesses of the Bush administration, I blurted out to him: "The only people doing any good out there are the people at Air America." I expected to shock him with the statement, but his two-word reply shocked me: "And http://MoveOn.org." We were both exaggerating for effect, but fact is, as my journalist friend continued, "We probably only ...
A Blast From the Past: W for war but eager to avoid it, prof recalls
Post Date: 2006-04-22 14:19:46 by Jhoffa_
W for war but eager to avoid it, prof recalls President Bush' former Harvard Business School prof says his ex-student supported the Vietnam War but wanted somebody else to fight it. Yoshi Tsurumi said yesterday that Bush told him his father's connections got him into the Texas Air National Guard. "But what really disturbed me is that he said he was for the Vietnam War," said Tsurumi, who has also taught at Baruch College and the City University of New York. "I said, 'George, that's hypocrisy. You won't fight a war that you support but you expect other people to fight it for you.' He just smirked." Tsurumi, who crossed paths with Bush in the early 1970s when the future ...
US Dictatorship - Belligerent To The Bitter End If You Can't Win One War, Start Another
Post Date: 2006-04-10 05:23:56 by Coral Snake
US Dictatorship - Belligerent To The Bitter End If You Can't Win One War, Start Another By Paul Craig Roberts 4-9-6 The Bush regime currently has wars underway in Afghanistan and in Iraq and can bring neither to a conclusion. Undeterred by these failures, the Bush regime gives every indication that it intends to start a war with Iran, a country that is capable of responding to US aggression over a broader front than the Sunni resistance has mounted in Iraq. The US lacks sufficient conventional capability to prevail in such widespread conflict. The US also lacks the financial resources. Iraq alone has already cost several hundred billion borrowed dollars, with experts' estimates putting ...
Congress - Stop The Bush/Cheney Iran Attack!
Post Date: 2006-04-10 04:52:13 by Coral Snake
Congress - Stop The Bush/Cheney Iran Attack! By Ted Lang 4-9-6 The impeachment of Bush-Cheney would be a cakewalk. More than an abundance of rock-solid evidence is in and readily available. Fitzpatrick is ready to strike, and real lawyers such as Jonathan Turley and former House Chief Investigative Counsel for the Clinton impeachment, Democrat David Schippers, can be tapped for their extensive legal skills and knowledge to quickly bring this about. As an emergency interim measure, Congress should either rescind or put on hold the president's unlimited war-making powers which were based upon his lies and fraud. War predicated purely on "intelligence information" has been proven ...
Democracy & Its Discontents
Post Date: 2006-04-02 15:08:07 by Jhoffa_
Democracy & Its Discontents Voting doesnt produce peacemuch less desirable outcomesin societies that lack the foundations of a liberal order. As the Nazis were about to capture power in the aftermath of the last democratic parliamentary elections in Germany in March 1933, there was no indication that the German Communist Party was mounting any concerted response, reflecting the belief among its leaders that the new Nazi-dominated government was the dying gasp of moribund capitalism and that Hitlers government would create the conditions for a revolutionary upturn and accelerate the momentum toward a proletarian revolution. The ...
Government of fascist neocons is a danger to the world as well as US citizens
Post Date: 2006-03-28 00:25:45 by Coral Snake
Government of fascist neocons is a danger to the world as well as US citizens THE INTERNATIONAL FORECASTER editor Bob Chapman writes: The latest PEW Research Poll shows Bush57;s support ha fallen to 33% and most describe him as incompetent. We predicted wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in 1999 and 2000. When an economy is in economic and financial trouble historically the nation has a war to cover the real problem up. This administration has carried the horrible ruse one step further and they are using the war to stifle descent. They have now gone to the extent of staging faux battles such as 60;Operation Swarmer.61; This was intended to show we could beat the insurgents and that the Iraqi ...
Depleted Uranium For Dummies
Post Date: 2006-03-26 20:29:22 by Coral Snake
Depleted Uranium For Dummies By Irving Wesley Hall 23 March, 2006 Notinkansas.us Under the direction of Secretary of Defense Cheney, the 1991 Gulf War began with a "shock and awe" bombing campaign that destroyed large biological laboratories, chemical plants, and nuclear enrichment facilities, most of them around Baghdad. Many sites were illegally supplied by the Reagan-Bush administration, in which both Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld served, so the United States government knew their locations. Biological, chemical and nuclear weapons damage the bodies of soldiers in distinct ways. The first employs deadly bacteria and viruses to cause known illnesses. The second uses ...
Bush just can't stop lying
Post Date: 2006-03-23 21:39:58 by Coral Snake
Bush just can't stop lying By DOUG THOMPSON Mar 22, 2006, 07:38 Americans who tuned in for one of President George W. Bush's rare press conferences saw a cornered animal trying to squirm his way out of trouble by doing what he has always done - evading the truth. Bush's attempt to showcase himself as a leader who could handle tough questions from the press corps fell just as flat as his unscripted town-meeting style appearance in Cleveland the day before. His eyes darted from side-to-side as he fielded questions about his real reasons for invading Iraq. He stammered. Stalled. Used the word "uh" more times than a suspect caught red-handed. He still claimed his reasons for ...
Fox News: ‘It’s Too Late…We’re Already Probably At War With Iran’
Post Date: 2006-03-23 18:34:45 by A K A Stone
ox Newss Neil Cavuto skips past the should the United States go to war with Iran debate and informs us we already have. Watch it: Transcript: CAVUTO: But what if I told you it is too late, that were already probably at war with Iran and most of us dont even know it. Welcome everybody, Im Neil Cavuto, and this is Your World.
The Super-Bully Is Going Down Again! [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2006-03-22 00:52:03 by Coral Snake
The Super-Bully Is Going Down Again! by Stewart Nusbaumer Here we go again. The world57;s most powerful, well equipped, best trained and certainly most expensive military in the world being worn down and beaten by a rag-tag group of incompetents and morons. In the 1950s the U.S. military entered the Korean War and battled to a stalemate. Incredible, for the next half century, that has been the high point of U.S. military history. A stalemate! We went charging into Vietnam, exploding with arrogance, and withdrew beaten and in shame, defeated by an impoverished nation using primitive war technology with fighters running around in pajamas. In the 56;80s Ronald Reagan deployed U.S. Marines ...
Urgent Message From Holly Of Pennsylvania And Arun Of India: Americans Wake-Up Now or You May End Up Dead Like Thousands Of Others Around the World Caught In The Vice-Grip Of The Bush War Machine
Post Date: 2006-03-19 21:23:19 by Coral Snake
Urgent Message From Holly Of Pennsylvania And Arun Of India: Americans Wake-Up Now or You May End Up Dead Like Thousands Of Others Around the World Caught In The Vice-Grip Of The Bush War Machine By Greg Szymanski 3-19-6 While Holly Avila protests the Iraqi War from her small town in Pennsylvania, Arun Shrivastava of India is trying to alert the world of an ever growing "circle of death" caused by the U.S. military's illegal use of depleted uranium in the Middle East. An unlikely pair, nevertheless they provide a unique example of how people from all over the world are finally beginning to come together for one purpose, the purpose of stopping the war and stopping the ...
Why We Must Support Our Veterans In Their March On DC
Post Date: 2006-03-19 21:17:13 by Coral Snake
Why We Must Support Our Veterans In Their March On DC By Karl W B Schwarz firstname.lastname@example.org 3-19-6 If you took the time to watch the Boston Legal video, the closing argument was very much addressing what is wrong in America today. Boston Legal Click here to play the video. Alan: Last night, I went to bed with a book. Not as much fun as a 29 year old, but the book contained a speech by Adlai Stevenson. The year was 1952. He said, "The tragedy of our day is the climate of fear in which we live and fear breeds repression. Too often, sinister threats to the Bill of Rights, to freedom of the mind are concealed under the patriotic cloak of anti-Communism." Today, it is the ...
Bush At The Tipping Point A Lawless And Incompetent Leadership
Post Date: 2006-03-19 21:01:21 by Coral Snake
Bush At The Tipping Point A Lawless And Incompetent Leadership By Ralph Nader 3-18-6 George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, two top outlaws smashing our country's rule of law and democratic liberties, are testing the American people's resistance. Every day they are testing. Every day they think by flaunting the words, "war on terror", they can get Americans to concede more and more of what makes the United States a constitutionally-abiding government under the rule of law. You know what? With not enough exceptions, they are right. Day by day, we're giving up what our forefathers fought to bequeath us since that famous Declaration of Independence of 1776. They were determined that ...
The U.S. has run amok; former CIA analyst
Post Date: 2006-03-11 21:52:21 by Coral Snake
The U.S. has run amok; former CIA analyst AMBIKA BEHAL / UPI | March 11 2006 Related: Former CIA Analyst: Western Intelligence May Be Behind Mosque Bombing Corruption has run amok in intelligence circles and the president should be impeached, a former CIA analyst says. Also, he said, the United States is undergoing a constitutional crisis. "I do not wish to be associated, however remotely, with an agency engaged in torture," wrote Ray McGovern in a recent letter as he returned his Intelligence Commendation Award medallion to Congressman Pete Hoekstra, R-MI, and Chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. At the time, McGovern was wearing an orange jump ...
Government: Neither By the People Nor For the People On almost every major issue people are opposed to Bush and Blair
Post Date: 2006-03-08 20:36:02 by Coral Snake
Government: Neither By the People Nor For the People On almost every major issue people are opposed to Bush and Blair Steve Watson | March 8 2006 A spate of different opinion polls within the last few months or so has revealed that on almost every major issue the people of the United States and the people of Britain, in the majority are directly opposed to the actions of their governments. Despite this the Bush and Blair governments continually cite the backing of the people in their respective countries and argue that they are nurturing freedom and Democracy at home and around the world. The major issue is still the ongoing war in Iraq. Back to front, top to bottom, left to right, any ...
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