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While all politicians lie, or try to control public perception, it is the press’ job to hold them accountable and report what actually goes on. Never before in history has our press been so inaccurate and so negligent in covering an administration. There is no relatively fact checking and there is no investigative reporting, no criticism and no attention to most of the issues affecting our nation.

The result has been that we have the most uninformed electorate in US history. While the Bush/PNAC administration has radically changed almost ever aspect of our government and policies there has been virtually no mention of the vast majority of these issues by our broadcast news services. Regardless of the media bias that exists from the left and from the right the fact that so many vital issues and actions have not been mentioned is an indication of the total failure of Americas broadcast journalists.

Perhaps we should rename this section to “The Media Lies for Bush”. That may be more accurate in that the Bush administration is not lying about most of the issues in this section, but the media is misrepresenting them or not representing them at all. That is the problem.

    TVNL Quotes: In reference to George Bush’s (and his PNAC pals) job running (ruining) the country, we quote the famous movie The Magnificent Seven:

      Vin: Reminds me of that fellow back home that fell off a ten story building.
      Chris: What about him?
      Vin: Well, as he was falling people on each floor kept hearing him say,
      "So far, so good." Tch...So far, so good!

    TVNL Quotes: In reference to people who actually voted for George Bush (and his PNAC pals) we ask ‘why did you vote for him?’ and we once again quote the famous movie The Magnificent Seven:

      Vin: It's like this fellow I knew in El Paso. One day, he just took all his clothes off and jumped in a mess of cactus. I asked him that same question, "Why?"
      Calvera: And?
      Vin: He said,
      "It seemed like a good idea at the time."

    Nobel Peace Prize nominee: Bush re-election may end the human race - I don't think the Americans have, on the whole, the faintest idea - and I have to say also I don't think most Australians do either. But it's not just the threat from nuclear war. It's the threat of what's happening to the environment, the global warming which is occurring rapidly now, to ozone depletion, to species extinction, to deforestation - it's the whole thing," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Caldicott as saying.

    Retired Diplomats, Military Commanders Fault Bush's Leadership - The Bush administration does not understand the world it faces and is unable to handle "in either style or substance" the responsibilities of global leadership, an eminent group of 27 retired diplomats and military commanders charged today. - "Never in the two and a quarter centuries of our history has the United States been so isolated among the nations, so broadly feared and distrusted." - The statement fit onto a single page, but the sharp public criticism of President Bush was striking, coming from a bipartisan group of respected former officials united in anger about U.S. policy. - The new group, which calls itself Diplomats and Military Commanders for Change, believes Bush must be replaced for the United States to regain credibility and strengthen valuable foreign alliances.

    Livingstone says Bush is 'greatest threat to life on planet' - Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, launched a stinging attack on President George Bush - denouncing him as the "greatest threat to life on this planet that we've most probably ever seen". - Mr Livingstone recalled a visit at Easter to California, where he was denounced for an attack he had made on what he called "the most corrupt and racist American administration in over 80 years". - Well, I think what I said then was quite mild. I actually think that Bush is the greatest threat to life on this planet that we've most probably ever seen. The policies he is initiating will doom us to extinction."

    Bush's Desolate Imperium - Helen Thomas calls him "the worst president ever." A kinder, gentler Jonathan Chait ranks him "among the worst presidents in US history." No such restraint from Paul Berman, who brands him "the worst president the US has ever had." Nobel Laureate George Akerlof rates his government as the "worst ever." Even Bushie du jour, Christopher Hitchens, calls the man "unusually incurious, abnormally unintelligent, amazingly inarticulate, fantastically uncultured, extraordinarily uneducated, and apparently quite proud of all these things." Only Fidel Castro, it would appear, has had kind words for our 43rd President. "Hopefully, he is not as stupid as he seems, nor as Mafia-like as his predecessors were."

  • Pollution kills 2 million people a year - Burning fossil fuels can lead to deadly air quality around world, WHO says - Reducing the kind of pollution known as PM10 — or particulate matter with particles of smaller than 10 micrometers — could save as many as 300,000 lives every year, according to a statement issued by the WHO's regional office in Manila. - TVNL COMMENT: Is Bush addressing this? Yes; George W. Bush is INCREASING the threat to your life! Click here for details.
  • Spain's PM Says Bush Acts Like an Emperor - ``The combination of being a Republican, of being an emperor, a Texan and outspoken is really a bad mix,'' Aznar said in an interview Wednesday in The Washington Post.

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Bush Lies. These are issues that have gone completely unchallenged and virtually unreported by the TV News “Entertainment” Networks.

The press has been terrified to use the “L” word in respect to Governor Bush (Michael Moore is right, he should not be called “President”). Let me remind my friends in the press of a little word called LIE! The press also remains deafeningly silent on issues that are not part of the Bush administration’s agenda. Very simply put; George Bush is a chronic liar and he gets away with it.

    Pronunciation: (lI), [key]
    —n., v., lied, ly•ing.
    1. a false statement made with
    deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
    2. something
    intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
    3. an
    inaccurate or false statement.

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Bush LIES and character issues sorted by category:

  •’s Challenge to the World
  • Impeach Bush
  • Campaign Promises
  • Iraq
  • tracks Bush’s kept promises
  • tracks Bush’s America vs. the World
  • tracks Bush’s Afghanistan
  • tracks Bush’s lapdog press
  • Jumping Ship - Bush/PNAC administration resignations
  • Patriotism
  • Ethics
  • 9/11
  • War on “Terror”
  • Assault on the Constitution
  • Assault on Women’s Rights
  • Assault on the Environment
  • Assault on Seniors
  • Assault on the States - Tax cuts, et. al.
  • THE PRESIDENT WHO DOES NOT “LIE!” - How the American media use euphemisms, substitutions, and muted language to re-define and soft-peddle the word “LIE!”
  • Thou Shalt Not Accuse! - (Regardless of the Evidence)
  • An Easy Call Lying - At least now we know that the Bush administration's name for spying on Americans without first seeking court approval -- the "terrorist surveillance program" -- isn't an exercise in Orwellian doublespeak after all. It's just a bald-faced lie.
  • INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: The untold story of the Bush administration's penchant for secrecy - How the public's business gets done out of the public eye - The Bush administration has removed from the public domain millions of pages of information on health, safety, and environmental matters, lowering a shroud of secrecy over many critical operations of the federal government. - The administration's efforts to shield the actions of, and the information held by, the executive branch are far more extensive than has been previously documented. And they reach well beyond security issues. - Important business and consumer information is increasingly being withheld from the public - New administrative initiatives have effectively placed off limits critical health and safety information potentially affecting millions of Americans. - Beyond the well-publicized cases involving terrorism suspects, the administration is aggressively pursuing secrecy claims in the federal courts in ways little understood--even by some in the legal system. - New administration policies have thwarted the ability of Congress to exercise its constitutional authority to monitor the executive branch and, in some cases, even to obtain basic information about its actions. - In the first two years of Bush's term, his administration classified records some 44.5 million times, or about the same number as in President Clinton's last four years.
  • The Bush Hitler Thing - My family was one of Hitler's victims. -     So far, I've seen nothing to eliminate the possibility that Bush is on the same course as Hitler. And I've seen far too many analogies to dismiss the possibility. The propaganda. The lies. The rhetoric. The nationalism. The flag waving. The pretext of 'preventive war'. The flaunting of international law and international standards of justice. The disappearances of 'undesirable' aliens. The threats against protesters. The invasion of a non-threatening sovereign nation. The occupation of a hostile country. The promises of prosperity and security. The spying on ordinary citizens. The incitement to spy on one's neighbors - and report them to the government. The arrogant triumphant pride in military conquest. The honoring of soldiers. The tributes to 'fallen warriors. The diversion of money to the military. The demonization of government appointed 'enemies'. The establishment of 'Homeland Security'. The dehumanization of 'foreigners'. The total lack of interest in the victims of government policy. The incarceration of the poor and mentally ill. The growing prosperity from military ventures. The illusion of 'goodness' and primacy. The new einsatzgrupen forces. Assassination teams. Closed extralegal internment camps. The militarization of domestic police. Media blackout of non-approved issues. Blacklisting of protesters - including the no-fly lists and photographing dissenters at rallies. -      There isn't much doubt in my mind - anyone who compares the history of Hitler's rise to power and the progression of recent events in the US cannot avoid the parallels. It's incontrovertible. Is Bush another Hitler? Maybe not, but with each incriminating event, the parallel grows -it certainly cannot be dismissed. There's too much evidence already. Just as Hitler used American tactics to plan and execute his reign, it looks as if Karl Rove is reading Hitler's playbook to plan world domination - and that is the stated intent of both. From the Reichstag fire to the landing at Nuremberg to the motto of "Gott Mit Uns" to the unprovoked invasion and occupation of Iraq to the insistence that peace was the ultimate goal, the line is unbroken and unwavering. - It may not be Nazi Germany - it might be a lot worse.
  • TWO YEARS LATER - Bush Cites 9/11 On All Manner Of Questions - In the past six weeks, Bush has cited "9/11" or Sept. 11, 2001, in arguing for his energy policy and in response to questions about campaign fundraising, tax cuts, unemployment, the deficit, airport security, Afghanistan and the length, cost and death toll of the Iraq occupation. - TVNL Comment: As we said, 9/11 was the BUSH/PNAC excuse/justification/free ticket for proceeding with their radical agenda.
  • See for yourself
  • Bush Lies, the Media Swallows
  • Bush’s Lies are Broadcast as Truth - But Not Clinton’s
  • As plans keep failing, - Bush restates 'em
  • Bush Vs. Clinton - A Moral Contrast
  • Bush OKs Dictatorship...for Himself! - VIDEO
  • Bush Lies Manipulate Public and Congress
  • Truth; Not Bush’s Game
  • When Lying Pays Off
  • All the President's Lies
  • Yes, Virginia, the idea of a lying government is serious
  • By whatever lies necessary - Bush stretches the truth as far as needed to reach his goals
  • Rose: The White House lied - The ABC News report reveals a White House so depraved that it makes Clinton seem like a choir boy.
  • A CULTURE OF LYING (PART 4)! One scribe noted what Bush had done. You could call it a senior moment:
  • The presidential fabulist - ‘President Bush, of course, is not a junior reporter for The New York Times. So maybe it doesn’t matter if he makes up stories and puts them in the newspaper. After Ronald Reagan, it’s almost a presidential tradition.’
  • Politicians lie, new study shows - Report asserts that lying is key part of democracy - TVNL comment: Now we know why Bush wants to spread Democracy!
  • The Mists of Falsehoods
  • Character Witness - To conservatives, the Bush administration is everything its predecessor was not: decent, ethical, honest. It doesn't abuse government power or the public trust. As Wall Street Journal columnist and presidential hagiographer Peggy Noonan has put it, "Bush brings character to the table." - That's the claim. Here's the record over the last eight months:
  • What Is Your Government Not Telling You? - “here are some of the things your Federal Government was doing last week.”
  • Our Lying President - Wrong can be right, down can be up, a lie can be truth -- all because the president says it's so.
  • The truth is, Bush's words prove false - President Bush's rhetoric doesn't meet the reality test in three key areas: tax relief, weapons of mass destruction and corporate reform.
  • Graham says Bush liable for any altered intelligence - TVNL comment: We have a Republican House and Senate; nobody is going to hold GW accountable for anything. Congress should be held accountable for allowing this to happen!
  • Graham: Bush Makes U.S. 'Most Questioned' - President Bush's aggressive foreign policy has left America "the most questioned nation in the world" and made it far more difficult to forge an effective battle against terrorism.
  • The Masters of Spin - Why the Bush administration is the most arrogant in memory - The long, hot summer has begun in Iraq. American GIs are dying almost daily. So are Iraqis. But that hasn’t stopped President Bush from embarking on a fund-raising spree premised on his triumphal role as commander in chief. Who needs reality when you’ve got spin?
  • Bush's Enron Lies - For instance, the documentary evidence is now clear that in summer 2001 – at the same time Bush’s National Security Council was ignoring warnings about an impending al-Qaeda terrorist attack – NSC adviser Condoleezza Rice was personally overseeing a government-wide task force to pressure India to give Enron as much as $2.3 billion.
  • Bush Quote: According to Abbas, immediately thereafter Bush said: "God told me to strike at al Qaida and I struck them, and then he instructed me to strike at Saddam, which I did, and now I am determined to solve the problem in the Middle East. If you help me I will act, and if not, the elections will come and I will have to focus on them." - TVNL comment: There is no place for this in governement. Once again religion is at the root of insanity. No offense intended, but let’s face it, religion is a theory with no proof of any God. If it makes you a better person fine, but it can not be used as if it were anything more than a nice wish. You can call athiests any name you want but the bottom line is they have never killed anyone in the name of their imaginary friend!
  • Global Eye -- Errand Boy - So now we know. After all the mountains of commentary and speculation, all the earnest debates over motives and goals, all the detailed analyses of global strategy and political ideology, it all comes to down to this: George W. Bush waged war on Iraq because, in his own words, God "instructed me to strike at Saddam."
  • In Bush We Trust?  - Mr. Bush's administration is built on lies, which means the granddaddy of them all is his promise to restore "honor and integrity" to the Oval Office.
  • A rose is a rose is a rose. - But a lie is, well … that’s really more an exaggeration. Unless, of course, it’s a misstatement. Except in cases involving weapons of mass destruction, when often it’s simply a matter of “over-hype.”
  • Red, white and worried - The Taliban is regrouping in Afghanistan. - Americans also appear headed to Liberia to try to halt a bloody civil war. - North Korea remains a preoccupation along with Syria - The Middle East? It's one step forward, two steps back - Also missing in action on this holiday weekend: 236,000 jobs that have disappeared this year, 30,000 last month alone, bringing U.S. unemployment to its highest rate in nine years, higher even than in the immediate aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001. - Troubles? As Bush is wont to say: "Bring 'em on."
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  • The Dishonesty Of the President - The administration of George W. Bush is looking more and more like a bait-and-switch operation. Much like a profiteer who advertises a too-good-to-be-true deal to lure customers into his store, this White House is willing to shade and manipulate information to sell its policies to the American people and our allies around the world.
  • Bush lied about his arrest, a reporter says - The Texas governor said he had not been arrested since a 1968 college prank, covering up the 1976 DUI incident.
  • A Pattern Of Deception - Duping The Nation - Bush's statement on Iraq shows his telltale MO. Moreover, duping the nation into war is only one case of the pattern of calculated deception that has gone on since the outset of his administration.
  • George W. Bush Means Nothing - Note to self: The demons of sour conservatism cannot touch anything that truly matters. Just FYI
  • US Nobel Laureate Slams Bush Gov't as "Worst" in American History - American Nobel Prize laureate for Economics George A. Akerlof lashed out at the government of US President George W. Bush, calling it the "worst ever" in American history, the online site of the weekly Der Spiegel magazine reported Tuesday.
  • 16 Words + 28 Pages = 44 Distractions - With everything else in place; another brainless Republican in the White House, a fanatically right-wing GOP Congress, a tainted Supreme Court, and a respectfully compliant and docile media run by BushCo sympathizers, all they needed was one catastrophic event to bring it all home. 9/11 was what they’ve been breathlessly waiting for all along and they wasted no time exploiting it. If there’s one thing BushCo’s taught me it’s ‘the ends always justify the means’, no matter how high the bodies stack up. Besides, after seeing what this crowd means by ‘acting in the public good’, I wouldn’t put anything past them.
  • Pentagon Met With Discredited Figure From Iran-Contra Scandal - Pentagon officials met over a three-day period in late 2001 with a long-discredited Iranian who was a middleman in the Iran-Contra scandal, Defense Department officials said Friday - "Ghorbanifar is clearly a fabricator and wheeler-dealer who has undertaken activities prejudicial to U.S. interests," stated a CIA report that surfaced in congressional hearings into the Iran-Contra scandal in 1987. - Despite the CIA report, Ghorbanifar, an exiled Iranian businessman, managed to attend meeting with Reagan's aides about arms deals, playing on U.S. desires to free American hostages held by terrorists in Lebanon.
  • Study of Bush's psyche touches a nerve - A study funded by the US government has concluded that conservatism can be explained psychologically as a set of neuroses rooted in "fear and aggression, dogmatism and the intolerance of ambiguity".
  • Bush Dominates a Nation of Victims - Take a closer look at his speeches and public utterances, and his political success turns out to be no surprise. It is the predictable result of the intentional use of language to dominate others.
  • When Will Americans Realize They’ve Been Had? - Though 80% of Americans now realize that Bush lied about the reasons for war, it’s rather disturbing that nearly 7 in 10 still believe that Saddam was involved in 911. But that’s how effective the propaganda campaign was -- and why this administration has gotten away with excessive secrecy, gross distortions and a massive power grab.
  • Soros calls for 'regime change' in US - Mr Soros - whose Foundations Network has given $1bn around the world to various causes to help tackle poverty and disease - told BBC Radio 4's United Nations Or Not? programme that the US would only stop pursuing "extremist" policies if there was a change at the White House.
  • Filter Tips - To President Bush, the news is like a cigarette. You can get it filtered or unfiltered. And which way does he prefer it? Well, that depends on the circumstances. When he is trying to send a message to the public, Bush prefers to have it go out unfiltered.  - But when he is on the receiving end, Bush prefers his news heavily filtered. "I glance at the headlines, just to get kind of a flavor," he told Brit Hume of Fox News last month. But, "I rarely read the stories" because "a lot of times there's opinions mixed in with news." Instead, "I get briefed by [White House Chief of Staff] Andy Card and Condi [Rice, the national security adviser] in the morning."
  • A Dislike Unlike Any Other? - Writer Jonathan Chait Brings Bush-Hating Out of the Closet - It's Bush's radical policies, says the 31-year-old New Republic writer, and his unfair tax cuts, and his cowboy phoniness, and his favors for corporate cronies, and his heist in Florida, and his dishonesty about his silver-spoon upbringing, and, oh yes, the way he walks and talks. - Mainstream journalism, with its traditional parameters, has somehow failed to connect with the notion that there are lots of Americans who walk around sputtering about Dubya -- despite fairly healthy approval ratings for a third-year incumbent. The press was filled with stories about Clinton-haters, but Bush-hating is either more restrained or more out of control, depending on who's keeping score.
  • President Bush lied, says Mahathir - 'It's the biggest lie. If he had rebuked me, I'm quite sure I would have rebuked him also,' the combative Malaysian leader told reporters here after arriving home from Papua New Guinea yesterday. - But Mr Bush told reporters afterwards that he had indeed put the point across to Dr Mahathir personally that he thought the comments about Jews were 'reprehensible'. - Yesterday, Dr Mahathir not only accused Mr Bush of having told the 'biggest lie', he also noted pointedly that someone who could have lied about the existence of weapons of mass destruction could also lie about what was said to him. - He reiterated earlier remarks that the international outcry proved his point that Jews controlled the world .- 'I think it is true that the Jews control the world through proxy and if you say anything against the Jews, then they are going to accuse you of being anti-Semitic and will try to stop investment from coming into this country,' he told reporters. - But he said Malaysia would not be blackmailed into silence. - 'I don't think we should allow ourselves to be blackmailed by them, 'If you do not say nice things, I will not invest in your country, I'll pull out my investment'. That is blackmail.
  • Bush vs. Facts, from the Institute for Public Accuracy - 2003-10-29 | Analysts are available to scrutinize some of President Bush's claims, including those from Tuesday's news conference, focusing on Iraq and the recent attacks there:
  • Threats Overstated by Bush Official, Critics Contend - Undersecretary Bolton bluntly rejects claims he's inflating regimes' weapons capabilities. - The Bush administration's point man on nonproliferation has exaggerated the threat posed by Syria, Libya and Cuba in an effort to build the case that strong action is needed to prevent them from developing weapons of mass destruction, former intelligence officials and independent experts say. - TVNL Asks: Didn’t we just go through this
  • 'No President has lied so baldly and so often and so demonstrably' - "The intelligence process is a bit like virginity," says Ray McGovern, who worked as a CIA analyst for 27 years. "Once you prostitute it, it's never the same. Your credibility never recovers. - "Watching what has happened with Iraq over the past several months has been like watching your daughter being raped." - "Now we know that no other President of the United States has ever lied so baldly and so often and so demonstrably ... The presumption now has to be that he's lying any time that he's saying anything."
  • Critics say blunt-spoken weapons expert has exaggerated - The Bush administration's point man on nonproliferation has exaggerated the threat posed by Syria, Libya, and Cuba in an effort to build the case that strong action is needed to prevent them from developing weapons of mass destruction, former intelligence officials and independent specialists say - "Undersecretary Bolton repeatedly goes beyond the current public intelligence estimates in his description of the proliferation threats," said Joseph Cirincione, a nonproliferation specialist at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington. "He offers definitive judgments where there is, at best, only informed speculation about capabilities. In some cases, notably his claim that Cuba has biological weapons, he goes way beyond known capabilities.
  • Dreamers and idiots - Britain and the US did everything to avoid a peaceful solution in Iraq and Afghanistan - Those who would take us to war must first shut down the public imagination. They must convince us that there is no other means of preventing invasion, or conquering terrorism, or even defending human rights. When information is scarce, imagination is easy to control.
  • Billionaire Soros  takes on Bush - Ousting president ‘central focus of my life,’ he says -  “America, under Bush, is a danger to the world,” Soros said. Then he smiled: “And I’m willing to put my money where my mouth is.” - Soros believes a “supremacist ideology” guides this White House. He hears echoes in its rhetoric of his childhood in occupied Hungary. “When I hear Bush say, ‘You’re either with us or against us,’ it reminds me of the Germans.” It conjures up memories, he said, of Nazi slogans on the walls, Der Feind Hort mit (“The enemy is listening”): “My experiences under Nazi and Soviet rule have sensitized me,” he said in a soft Hungarian accent.
  • Double Standards in Double Time: Bush’s Plan to “Democratize” the World - Critics of U.S. foreign policy overseas often use the word “hypocrisy” to describe American actions. U.S. leaders have often adopted the high-flying rhetoric of exporting freedom to the world, while supporting petty dictators or overthrowing democratically elected leaders that didn’t tow the U.S. line. Bush’s speech continues that divergence.
  • By George! - You couldn't make him up, and you don't have to. Like him or loathe him, George Bush is for real - and heading soon for a capital city near you. Rupert Cornwell introduces our celebration of the remarkable career of Britain's favourite US President - Simply put, the leader of the country that Blair insists is our closest ally is about to receive the most torrid reception ever to greet a foreign dignitary on British shores. It's predicted that up to 100,000 people will be out on London's streets to protest at Bush's presence. All police leave has been cancelled, and Scotland Yard and the US secret services charged with protecting the President are trying to agree how much of London should be sealed off to prevent demonstrators - and possible terrorists - from getting a sight of him.
  • The Making of the President: The Nixon in Bush - The president tells aides he wants to "go over the heads of the reporters" in order to "circumvent" a "hostile press." He later describes his effort to "tell my story directly to the people rather than funnel it to them through a press account." - The year: 1969. The president: Richard M. Nixon. - Yet Nixon's words are eerily similar to those uttered last month by President Bush. "I'm mindful of the filter through which some news travels, and somehow you just got to go over the heads of the filter and speak directly to the people,"
  • THE AMERICA OF GEORGE W. BUSH - It is a place gripped by fear, a cowardly nation where personal security is considered to be more important than preserving the precious freedoms that were purchased with the lives of selfless patriots. It is a place of intrigue where the majority of people are manipulated into supporting policies that are designed to defraud them. It is a place where the ends justify the means, and corruption is the governing philosophy. It is a place where “restoring honor and dignity to the Oval Office” consists of lying and cheating and breaking the law.
  • Thank you Mr. President: We should all thank George Bush for making things so bad Americans can’t ignore it any longer. - They have shown us what it is like to live in a nation where the “king” can declare war, break treaties, imprison foreigners and citizens and try them in secret trials with secret evidence. Thanks to Bush & Co. we now know why the Founding Fathers provided checks and balances on government and why they warned us to guard against every attack on the Constitution.
  • Americans No Longer Believe  It Important To Be Honest - The Lies Of Our Leaders - President Bush and virtually the entire American power structure lied to the whole world when they said Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction that were an imminent threat to the safety of the so-called free world. - President Bush and virtually the entire American power structure lied when they said we needed to invade Afghanistan to bring to justice the alleged perpetrators of the 9/11 horror.
  • Majority rule abroad doesn't always serve U.S. interests - President Bush has put the spread of democracy at the core of his foreign policy. Unless it takes him where he does not want to go. - Majority rule in Saudi Arabia, should the House of Saud fall, could result in a reactionary Islamic rule of the very sort favored by Osama bin Laden, the Saudi-born terrorist network leader. - In Iraq, the problem getting democracy in place -- ideally, for Bush, before next year's White House election -- is complicated by the likelihood that any honest national election would empower the majority Muslim Shiites. That raises concerns of the prospect of Iraq becoming an Iranian-style, clergy-ruled state.
  • We Finally Got Our Frankenstein... and He Was In a Spider Hole! -- by Michael Moore - America used to like Saddam. We LOVED Saddam. We funded him. We armed him. We helped him gas Iranian troops. - But then he screwed up. He invaded the dictatorship of Kuwait and, in doing so, did the worst thing imaginable -- he threatened an even BETTER friend of ours: the dictatorship of Saudi Arabia, and its vast oil reserves. The Bushes and the Saudi royal family were and are close business partners, and Saddam, back in 1990, committed a royal blunder by getting a little too close to their wealthy holdings. Things went downhill for Saddam from there.
  • The Little America Man - Bill Clinton was a dedicated internationalist. On each trip abroad, he would take a visible delight in meeting foreigners, being introduced to their culture and in eating their food. As his many speeches in office — and the things he is now saying — make clear, his concerns were essentially global. - You need only see how Bush behaves when he is abroad to realise that he has no interest in being the world’s policeman. His agenda is limited to being a vigilante fighting for American interests for an audience of American voters. - At the simplest level, you see this when he travels: the huge entourages, the complete lack of any contact with locals, and the rhetoric aimed only at those watching him on TV back home.
  • White House Web Scrubbing - Offending Comments on Iraq Disappear From Site - It's not quite Soviet-style airbrushing, but the Bush administration has been using cyberspace to make some of its own cosmetic touch-ups to history. - Since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, administration Web sites have been scrubbed for anything vaguely sensitive, and passwords are now required to access even much unclassified information. Though it is not clear if the White House is directing the changes, several agencies have been following a similar pattern. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and USAID have removed or revised fact sheets on condoms, excising information about their effectiveness in disease prevention and promoting abstinence instead. The National Cancer Institute, meanwhile, scrapped claims on its Web site that there was no association between abortion and breast cancer. And the Justice Department recently redacted criticism of the department in a consultant's report that had been posted on its Web site. - TVNL Comment: Sounds like revisionist history with an agenda. But we trust Bush! He is not like that dishonest Al Gore! It’s called sarcasm; please don’t send hate mail!
  • Gen. Wesley Clark Credits Clinton for Ghadafy Breakthrough - Democratic presidential hopeful Gen. Wesley Clark said Sunday that his old boss Bill Clinton - not President Bush - deserved credit for forcing Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to abandon his weapons of mass destruction programs, even though Gadhafi's turnaround came nearly three years after Clinton left office.
  • Bush's 'ownership' scam - Take a closer look, however, and you will recognize the trademarked Bush combination of inspiring themes coupled with an absence of useful tools. In other words, bait and switch.
  • Bush is author of dark chapter for America - The administration, invoking 9/11 and the murder of 2,900 innocents as its licence to wage unilateral wars, has so far killed about 10,000 innocents in Afghanistan and Iraq. That's a guesstimate, since America does not count the Afghans and Iraqis it kills in the process of "liberating" them.
  • Bush vs. Hitler - Although the quest for or preservation of "democracy" is often used as a justification for war, history has incessantly revealed that such a quest is often little more than a thinly-veiled attempt to install a puppet regime.
  • Bush aims to dodge tough poll issues - President seeks second term with a 'soft-focus' campaign - There may be a conflict raging in Iraq that is killing US soldiers on a daily basis. There may be the threat of an economic crisis, too much unemployment and political debate infused with vitriol levels unseen for years. Yet President George W Bush is planning to win re-election by turning reality on its head. - TVNL Comment: No problem, we have a soft focus news media when it comes to Bush. He’s all set.
  • The Year of the Fake - The blacklisting of the almanac was a fitting end for 2003, a year that waged open war on truth and facts and celebrated fakes and forgeries of all kinds. This was the year when fakeness ruled: fake rationales for war, a fake President dressed as a fake soldier declaring a fake end to combat and then holding up a fake turkey. An action movie star became governor and the government started making its own action movies, casting real soldiers like Jessica Lynch as fake combat heroes and dressing up embedded journalists as fake soldiers. Saddam Hussein even got a part in the big show: He played himself being captured by American troops. This is the fake of the year, if you believe the Sunday Herald in Scotland, as well as several other news agencies, which reported that he was actually captured by a Kurdish special forces unit.
  • The Barreling Bushes -  Four generations of the dynasty have chased profits through cozy ties with Mideast leaders, spinning webs of conflicts of interest - How these unusual relationships helped bring about 9/11 and then distorted the U.S. response to Islamic terrorism requires thinking of the Bush family as a dynasty.
  • Bush's dismal record speaks for itself - Under this administration, we are the only western nation to fail to sign the Kyoto Protocol for greenhouse gas emissions reduction, and the only nation among 130 to refuse to sign on the world ban on land mines. Of 192 nations that signed the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, only the U.S. and Somalia have not signed on. He withdrew from the World Court of Law. - We were the only country to be removed by the United Nations from the Human Rights Commission. He has broken more international treaties than any other U.S. president. He violated the Geneva Convention by refusing to allow inspectors access to U.S. prisoners of war. He was also the first president to refuse U.N. election inspectors during the 2002 elections.
  • Bush and Blair behind Khadaffy's WMD sham - Bush, his neo-conservative supporters, and the U.S. media crowed that Khadaffy's surrender confirmed the wisdom of invading Afghanistan and Iraq. The evil Khadaffy had been cowed into giving up his arsenal of deadly WMD. - But on closer inspection, there was much less to this drama than met the eye. Khadaffy, in fact, had no viable WMD, contrary to fevered claims by neo-con propagandists.
  • Masters of Deception - "In preparing this series of speeches, I have noticed a troubling pattern that characterizes the Bush-Cheney administration's approach to almost all issues. In almost every policy area, the administration's consistent goal has been to eliminate any constraints on their exercise of raw power, whether by law, regulation, alliance or treaty. And in the process, they have in each case caused America to be seen by the other nations of the world as showing disdain for the international community."
  • Bush's strategy: Confuse the middle and feed the base - His relentless partisanship has depleted much of the immense goodwill he enjoyed after the Sept 11 terrorist attacks. He is still adored by his base, but he is deeply distrusted by much of the nation. - The striking thing about the 'visionary' proposals floated in advance of the Address is their transparent cynicism and lack of realism. Mr Bush has, of course, literally promised us the Moon - and Mars, too. And the ever-deferential media has managed to keep a straight face.
  • The White House vs. Science - While jabbering about "sound science," President Bush has packed advisory panels with ideological appointments, censored reports, and gagged government scientists.
  • Bush plans increases, then cuts, in programs he plugs - He praised Jobs for the 21st Century yesterday. His proposals seek an increase in '05 but a cut in '06. - Other programs that the President plans to give funding boosts, then cuts the following year include the Women, Infants and Children supplemental nutrition program; Pell Grants for higher education; special education; the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program; and the National Institutes of Health.
  • Scientists Accuse White House of Distorting Facts - The Bush administration has deliberately and systematically distorted scientific fact in the service of policy goals on the environment, health, biomedical research and nuclear weaponry at home and abroad, a group of about 60 influential scientists, including 20 Nobel laureates, said in a statement issued today. - "Other administrations have, on occasion, engaged in such practices, but not so systematically nor on so wide a front," the statement from the scientists said, adding that they believed the administration had "misrepresented scientific knowledge and misled the public about the implications of its policies." _ TVNL Comment: An the news media helped sell the lies. The either repeated mantras or neglected to report the actions of the administration.
  • Bush Ejects Two From Bioethics Council - President Bush yesterday dismissed two members of his handpicked Council on Bioethics -- a scientist and a moral philosopher who had been among the more outspoken advocates for research on human embryo cell - In their places he appointed three new members, including a doctor who has called for more religion in public life, a political scientist who has spoken out precisely against the research that the dismissed members supported, and another who has written about the immorality of abortion and the "threats of biotechnology." - The turnover immediately renewed a recent string of accusations by scientists and others that Bush is increasingly allowing politics to trump science as he seeks advice on ethically contentious issues.
  • The Junk Science of George W. Bush - Meanwhile, the Bush White House is purging, censoring and blacklisting scientists and engineers whose work threatens the profits of the Administration's corporate paymasters or challenges the ideological underpinnings of their radical anti-environmental agenda. Indeed, so extreme is this campaign that more than sixty scientists, including Nobel laureates and medical experts, released a statement on February 18 that accuses the Bush Administration of deliberately distorting scientific fact "for partisan political ends."
  • Experts Date It to Bush; Bush Says It Was Clinton's - The Bush administration, irked that the official arbiter of recessions continues to say the current downturn began on President Bush's watch, has unilaterally changed the official start of the recession to the last months of the Clinton administration. -  A new Bush campaign ad released this week proclaims: "January 2001. The challenge: an economy in recession." This backs up the claim often made by Bush and top aides that they "inherited" an economic recession. - The only trouble with this assertion is the nonpartisan National Bureau of Economic Research, which does the official dating of recessions, says the downturn began in March 2001 -- early in Bush's presidency.
  • Welcome To Bushworld - What's different is that the Bush administration stands accused of politicizing and bullying processes of the government that are designed to be above the fray of partisanship and ideology, such as intelligence gathering and science policy-making. Put bluntly: they don't much care about facts, science and truth. - "There is a well-established pattern of suppression and distortion of scientific findings by high-ranking Bush administration political appointees across numerous federal agencies." Second, "There is strong documentation of a wide-ranging effort to manipulate the government's scientific advisory system to prevent the appearance of advice that might run counter the administration's political agenda." Third, "There is significant evidence that the scope and scale of the manipulation, suppression and misrepresentation of science by the Bush administration is unprecedented."
  • Bush's Erratic Behavior Worries White House Aides - President George W. Bush’s increasingly erratic behavior and wide mood swings has the halls of the West Wing buzzing lately as aides privately express growing concern over their leader’s state of mind. - In meetings with top aides and administration officials, the President goes from quoting the Bible in one breath to obscene tantrums against the media, Democrats and others that he classifies as “enemies of the state.” - Worried White House aides paint a portrait of a man on the edge, increasingly wary of those who disagree with him and paranoid of a public that no longer trusts his policies in Iraq or at home. - In interviews with a number of White House staffers who were willing to talk off the record, a picture of an administration under siege has emerged, led by a man who declares his decisions to be “God’s will” and then tells aides to “fuck over” anyone they consider to be an opponent of the administration - “We seem to spend more time trying to destroy John Kerry than al Qaeda and our enemies list just keeps growing and growing.” - “The mood here is that we’re under siege, there’s no doubt about it,” says one troubled aide who admits he is looking for work elsewhere. “In this administration, you don’t have to wear a turban or speak Farsi to be an enemy of the United States. All you have to do is disagree with the President.”
  • President of Fabricated Crises - But when historians look back at the Bush presidency, they're more likely to note that what sets Bush apart is not the crises he managed but the crises he fabricated. The fabricated crisis is the hallmark of the Bush presidency. To attain goals that he had set for himself before he took office -- the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, the privatization of Social Security -- he concocted crises where there were none.’s Suggested Reading



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