Where the hell is that awesome, unamerican juggernaut, "The Liberal Media" when ya need 'em?
After this "smoking gun" British MEMO surfaced last week, one can only wonder why the alleged "LIBERAL MEDIA" (which apparently dominates America even moreso than the International Jewish Conspirarcy!) has hardly made a sound about this explicit evidence against our lying, manipulative weasel of a President — George Bush.
Add to this memo — evidence from Colin Powell, Bob Woodward, PAUL O'NEILL, et al. regarding the Bush administration's obsession with war in Iraq very early on in their reign — and it seems like Bush & Company have committed AN IMPEACHABLE OFFENSE against the people of America: lying in order to start an unnecessary war in order to redeem the BLUNDER of his daddy — and line the pockets of his oil industry friends. (That's worse than getting a Hummer in the Oval Office, right?)
What have we lost for George Bush's trumped-up ego trip?
Over $200 billion in taxpayer money; over 1600 American lives.
So far today.
...But the day is young.
Printed below, excerpts from the infamous "Downing Street Memo" — which shows explicit evidence that Bush and Co. lied to the American people, had no intentions of letting "diplomacy" work in Iraq, and had even less patience with U.N. missions and weapons inspectors.
NOTE THE DATE: JULY 2002, ie. almost EIGHT MONTHS before the FAKE WAR began.
(Can't wait to hear the Bush apologists spin this one.)
SECRET AND STRICTLY PERSONAL - UK EYES ONLY
From: Matthew Rycroft
Date: 23 July 2002
S 195 /02
cc: Defence Secretary, Foreign Secretary, Attorney-General, Sir Richard Wilson, John Scarlett, Francis Richards, CDS, C, Jonathan Powell, Sally Morgan, Alastair Campbell
IRAQ: PRIME MINISTER'S MEETING, 23 JULY
Copy addressees and you met the Prime Minister on 23 July to discuss Iraq.
This record is extremely sensitive. No further copies should be made. It should be shown only to those with a genuine need to know its contents.
John Scarlett summarised the intelligence and latest JIC assessment. Saddam's regime was tough and based on extreme fear. The only way to overthrow it was likely to be by massive military action. Saddam was worried and expected an attack, probably by air and land, but he was not convinced that it would be immediate or overwhelming. His regime expected their neighbours to line up with the US. Saddam knew that regular army morale was poor. Real support for Saddam among the public was probably narrowly based.