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 Post subject: Re: Bush Has NO Regrets, Says He Can Hold His Head High
PostPosted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 4:40 pm 
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I think it more accurate to say that the Zionist dreams will continue, perhaps be accelerated due to new found capital with their newest investment/toy/puppet.

Obama has already waxed enthusiasm for renewed attacks in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Not to mention a domestic force that rivals the size of the Army.

He will throw a few bones to his voters of course.

Our heroic political leaders have either been defeated by AIPAC et al or marginalized as racists or kooks. I have no reason for optimism. Insanity is expecting different results from the same actions.

At least we know what to expect. Obama National Security Advisor did a CFR/Rockefeller funded study/book ten years ago. In that book, he detailed the areas expected to have substantial military conflicts in the near future. Those areas dovetailed almost perfectly with what was thought to be the worlds heaviest oil/gas deposits.

If you have something they want, they exercise a few options:
1) military conquest
2) shock and privatize infrastructure and resources through financial machinations
3) assassination
4) bribery
5) incarceration
6) torture has recently been added to the menu of options
7) voting machine programming (its not who votes, its who counts the votes)
8) governmental overthrow

The fact that the greatest beneficiaries represent a certain group is merely coincidence or a testiony to their hard work. Hard work......yup.

"If the people allow private banks to control their currency the banks and corporations will deprive the people of all their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered." - Thomas Jefferson

 Post subject: Re: Bush Has NO Regrets, Says He Can Hold His Head High
PostPosted: Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:17 pm 
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2008: Bush’s Last Year By The Numbers

President Bush issued a statement yesterday in which he heralded New Year’s day as “an opportunity to remember the events of the past and look forward with hope to the year ahead.” But as Bush looks forward to leaving office, the nation is stuck with the results of many of the Bush administration’s failed policies.

To mark the passing of Bush’s last full year in office, ThinkProgress rounded up statistics on some of the most significant effects of Bush rule in 2008:

– Number Of U.S. Troops Killed in Iraq: 322.
– Number Of U.S. Troops Killed in Afghanistan: 151.
– Number Of Jobs Lost: 1.9 million.
– Number Of Banks Federal Government Now Owns Stock In: 206.
– Number Of Uninsured Americans: 47.5 million.

– Change In Housing Prices: declined 18 percent.
– Change In Health Insurance Premiums: increased 5 percent.
– Change In Number Of Delinquent Mortgages: increased 75 percent.
– Change In Use Of Food Stamps: increased 17 percent.
– Change In Dow Jones Industrial Average: declined 35 percent.
– Change In Bush Approval Rating: declined 9 percent to 29 percent.

Paul Krugman noted recently that the Bush administration’s failings have often been obscured in the short-run because the White House was particularly effective at inventing an alternate reality that it then “impressed on the public.” In 2008, however, despite its repeated attempts to wish it away, the reality of its domestic policy failures caught up with Bush administration and the nation.

Excellent record....NOT! :evil:


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