"Bring 'em on!"
Bush's Legacy of Death in Iraq
|July 3, 2003|
"Anybody who wants to harm American troops will be found and brought to justice," Bush said. "There are some that feel like if they attack us that we may decide to leave prematurely. They don't understand what they are talking about if that is the case. Let me finish. There are some who feel like the conditions are such that they can attack us there. My answer is, bring 'em on."
|July 7, 2003|
"The fact is, wherever we find criminals, death squads and so forth who are anxious to do damage to this country and to peace-loving countries around the world, I absolutely agree with the president of the United States: 'bring 'em on."
|May 27, 2006|
Richard Wolffe from Newsweek, joined Keith Olbermann and said that Bush's more
realistic tone and mannerisms seemed rehearsed [in a press conference
on May 26, 2006].
Curtains Ordered for Media Coverage of Returning Coffins
"Why should we hear about body bags and deaths," Barbara Bush said on ABC's "Good Morning America" on March 18, 2003. "Oh, I mean, it's not relevant. So why should I waste my beautiful mind on something like that?" [Common Dreams]
Here's a reason, Mrs Bush:
woman collapsed and died days after learning her son had been killed in Iraq, and just hours after seeing his
|It's amazing how the media outlets decided to show the graphic loss of life from the
December 26, 2004 killer tsunami waves -- the bodies washed ashore, many bloated as they piled up in numbers
that far outdistanced the ability of loved ones to identify and bury them.|
I'm truly amazed the media deemed it proper and appropriate, since televising dead service-members arriving home at Dover Air Force Base in the dead of night, in neat flag-draped coffins is still not allowed. Obviously, the same standards do not apply.
|JESSICA LYNCH, the former US army supply clerk who became a national icon after her capture and rescue during the invasion of Iraq in 2003, says she was "used" by the Pentagon to "show the war was going great". [Times]|
|"I have no respect for this president," said Bud Lynch of Hallandale, a Korean War veteran. "He's just trying to finish Daddy's job. That's all this was about. There was no nuclear [expletive] or WMDs to begin with ... If it were my son who was being sent over there, I wouldn't let him go." [Sun-Sentinel]|
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