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Sunday, September 12, 2004

 

and YET another site saying Bush Lies

http://www.whodies.com/

 

And a site at the House / Congress about Bush Lies

"Caught on Film:


The Bush Credibility Gap"

 

Good Golly Miss Molly, Yet ANOTHER BUSH LIES SITE!

"General Malfeasance Analysis
From GOP ignores Bush flip-flops in pinning label on Kerry by Tom Raum
While working relentlessly to portray Democratic Sen. John Kerry as a "flip-flopper," President Bush has his own history of changing his position, from reversals on steel tariffs and "nation-building" to reasons for invading Iraq.
Most recently, Bush did an about-face on whether the proposed new director of national intelligence should have full budget-making powers as the bipartisan Sept. 11 commission recommended. Bush at first indicated no, then last week said yes.
...
• In 2000, Bush argued against new military entanglements and nation-building. He’s done both in Iraq.

• He opposed a Homeland Security Department, then embraced it.

• He opposed creation of an independent Sept. 11 commission, then supported it. He first refused to speak to its members, then agreed only if Vice President Dick Cheney came with him.

• Bush argued for free trade, then imposed three-year tariffs on steel imports in 2002, only to withdraw them after 21 months.

• Last month, he said he doubted the war on terror could be won, then reversed himself the next day to say it could and would.

• A week after the Sept. 11 attack, Bush said he wanted Osama bin Laden "dead or alive." But he told reporters six months later, "I truly am not that concerned about him." He did not mention bin Laden in his hourlong acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention.

• "I’m a war president," Bush told NBC’s Meet the Press on Feb. 8. But in a July 20 speech in Iowa, he said: "Nobody wants to be the war president. I want to be the peace president."

Bush also keeps revising his Iraq war rationale: the need to seize Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction until none was found; liberating the Iraqi people from a brutal dictator; fighting terrorists in Iraq not at home; spreading democracy throughout the Middle East. Now it’s a safer America and a safer world.

"No matter how many times Sen. Kerry flip-flops, we were right to make America safer by removing Saddam Hussein from power," he said last week in Missouri.

Bush has changed his positions on new Clean Air Act restrictions, protecting the Social Security surplus, tobacco subsidies, the level of assistance to help combat AIDs in Africa, campaign-finance reform and whether to negotiate with North Korean officials.
[Columbus Dispatch, 9/12/04]"

 

Apparently, another site proclaiming Bush LIES!

"September 12, 2004
The Actual Evidence on Bush Overstating His Military Service
Three weeks ago, I wrote a column noting that George W. Bush overstated his military record when he ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 1978 and that Bush had disingenuously defended this act of resume-padding during the 2000 presidential campaign. In short, Bush campaign literature in 1978 boasted that Bush had served in the US Air Force and the Air National Guard. But Bush was never in the Air Force. In 1999, he and his mouthpiece Karen Hughes claimed that the days Bush had spent training and on active duty for the Air National Guard counted as days of service in the Air Force. But the Air Force and the Pentagon says that's not true. That is what they told the Associated Press, which first wrote about Bush's campaign boast, in 1999, and it is what the Air Force and Pentagon told me last month.

Now the folks at www.democraticunderground.com have found an actual copy of that 1978 campaign piece. Kudos to them for locating it. You can see it here.

By the way, the campaign piece also says Bush attended public school in Midland, Texas. That is technically true. He did put in some years in the public school system there. But for some reason, this campaign literature leaves out the fact that his parents shipped him off to Andover prep school. It also says that after his days in the "Air Force and the Texas Air National Guard," he "returned to West Texas to become an independent businessman and oil and gas producer." This chronology is wrong. After the Air Guard came Harvard Business School. (Bush, who went to Yale for college, cut out on his remaining Guard obligation to return to the Ivy League.) I wonder why Bush did not want the good people of Midland to know about Andover and Harvard?"
=SNIP======
Hmmmmmmmmmmm

 

BUSH LIES?????

I've been counting on Mr. Bush not lying to us, and that his reassurances about the economy being great, despite article after article saying the opposite, despite record layoffs, bankruptcy filings, outsourcing, etc..

But now, I see I have to start worrying, because, according to this website,
BUSH LIES!
"Today's Bush Lie
"[Castro] welcomes sex tourism," Bush told a room of law enforcement officials in Florida, according to the Los Angeles Times. "Here's how he bragged about the industry," Bush said. "This is his quote: 'Cuba has the cleanest and most educated prostitutes in the world.'"

"As it turns out, Bush had lifted that quotation not from an actual Castro speech but rather from a 2001 essay written by then Dartmouth University undergraduate Charles Trumbull. In the essay, Trumbull did appear to quote a Castro speech about prostitution. Sadly, the student made the quotation up.

"According to officials, the actual quotation from Castro's 1992 speech reads as follows: 'There are hookers, but prostitution is not allowed in our country. There are no women forced to sell themselves to a man, to a foreigner, to a tourist. Those who do so do it on their own, voluntarily. We can say that they are highly educated hookers and quite healthy, because we are the country with the lowest number of AIDS cases.'"

"...And this isn't the first time the Internet has baffled Bush. Back in 2003, the President cited another student's thesis when making a case to go to war. The student's [plagiarized and "sexed up"] work ended up in a government document describing Iraq's weapons capability. Not exactly the kind of hard intelligence needed to justify an attack on another country." The Register, 07.28.04 "

 

CNN.com - Kerry links Iraq war to U.S. economic woes - Sep 8, 2004

"Kerry links Iraq war to U.S. economic woes
Democrats criticize Bush on military service
Wednesday, September 8, 2004 Posted: 11:25 PM EDT (0325 GMT)



Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry delivers a speech on Iraq Wednesday in Cincinnati, Ohio


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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrat John Kerry sought to link the Iraq war to U.S. economic woes on Wednesday, calling President Bush's move against Baghdad a "catastrophic choice" that so far has drained $200 billion in needed resources at home. Democrats also raised fresh questions about Bush's Vietnam-era Air National Guard service.

"We know that John Kerry was in Vietnam," said Democratic Party chief Terry McAuliffe in a conference call with reporters. "My question, Mr. President, is where were you, Sir?" "
=============SNIP=================
Well, just don't you all worry your pretty little heads
about where King George the Cowardly was...let's just say
no Viet Cong got past Danny's Bar in Atlanta Georgia.

But, hey, King George the Cowardly says the US economy is doing great...
so, NO WORRIES MATE>...right? UNLESS HE IS LYING TO US!

 

Internationally, the World's economies are doing badly

"ATLANTA, Ga - Despite about 23 economic stimulus packages being implemented this year, President Roh Moo-hyun must despair at the almost certain failure in fulfilling a promise to oversee an annual economic growth rate of about 7 percent during his five-year term. As it is, the economic growth rate was only 3.1 percent last year, down from 7.0 percent in 2002.

Now President Roh has been forced to alter his promise and set his sights on a rate of 5 to 5.9 percent this year and 6 percent or higher for economic growth during the rest of his elected term of office. He is not alone in reacting to disappointing economic news. The Bank of Korea and the Korea Development Institute, along with domestic and foreign economic research institutes and investment banks, significantly cut their respective economic growth forecasts for 2004.

Amidst all this gloom, there are reasons to worry that the Korean economy might emulate its Japanese counterpart and enter into a secular slump. For example, Korean consumers face heavy burdens of debt related to the credit-card bubble that peaked last year and there is a low job creation rate along with rising consumer prices. Meanwhile, the official index predicting industrial activities three to seven months in the future contracted for the second consecutive month in May.

It seems like these problems are bad enough. But there are more. For example, China’s attempts to rein in its overheated economy along with further expected increases in U.S. interest rates may cause Korean export growth to falter. With its economic growth depending more heavily upon exports than Japan, Korea’s domestic demand is more sensitive to export income. This is all the worse given that many Korean exporters are commodity producers with little pricing power. "
===============SNIP=====================
But, King George the Cowardly says here, we are having just a great old
economy...so WE don't have to worry like Korea....OR DO WE?

I guess only if King George the Cowardly is friggin' LYING TO US!

 

Economic woes continue in Oneida County

"Edited by Dave Pieklik
8/16/04 4:14 p.m.

Businesses and government leaders in Oneida County are still number crunching to determine the impact of recent economic losses there.

With the financial struggles of Oneida Ltd., and the closing of the Vernon Downs racetrack, many are bracing for the worst.

Clearance sale and "Going Out of Business" signs are starting to pop up around Oneida County. Jeff Salerno is one of the recent casualties, but he can't entirely give up. He's going out of the appliance business, but needs to sell remaining stock at Salerno Brothers to pay the bills. So he's marking everything down.

"Things were going really good, and all of a sudden the local economy really started going downhill with Oneida Ltd. going out, and the problems at Vernon Downs," said Salerno."
============SNIP================
But King George the Cowardly says things are going great with the economy and we have steady growth and should stay the course, so how can this be...how CAN THIS BE? UNLESS...he is LYING TO US!!!!

 

CNN.com - Silicon Valley�endures economic woes - Aug 9, 2004

"SAN JOSE, California (AP) -- Social worker Luisa Chavarin thought she had left unemployment and crime behind when she emigrated from Guadalajara, Mexico, to Silicon Valley, the epicenter of the global technology industry.

But a four-year economic slump, combined with draconian reductions in state and federal funding, shuttered her 13-year-old son's after-school program. Because of budget cuts, trash piles up at her local park, and graffiti doesn't get painted over.

Everywhere around her are signs that her neighborhood is regressing, from abandoned cars to sidewalks blocked by rusty grocery carts.

"Nobody in our community is feeling optimistic," said Chavarin, 38, who coordinates youth programs at a San Jose community center. "Cars are in the streets, abandoned. Crime is up. If you call the non-emergency police number, it takes forever. I'm very worried about the future."

Silicon Valley's optimistic entrepreneurs and venture capitalists insist a rebound is around the corner, despite all the shuttered office parks and business plans that anticipate hiring more employees in India, Russia or China than in California."
==========SNIP================

But King George the Cowardly says our economy is doing great!
How can this be unless...SHUDDER...he's LYING to us...that couldn't be....or COULD IT?!!!!!!!

 

How Big a Lie is That?

Mr. President, when you say you were there to serve your tour of duty the full time in the Air National Guard, or when you say the economy is doing great...if you had to measure it like you would a lie about the size of a fish, how big would those lies be?

 

US Air files Chapter 11 - Sep. 12, 2004

"NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - US Airways Group filed for bankruptcy protection Sunday for the second time in two years. "
========snip=============
But King George the Cowardly says the economy is great!!!
What gives????? He couldn't be LYING to us could he?

 

statesman.com | Political group is pro-police, publicity-shy

"Law Enforcement Alliance of America is guarded about where it got millions it spent on 2002 election attack ads
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By Chuck Lindell

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Sunday, September 12, 2004

WASHINGTON -- As a Travis County grand jury investigates the role of corporate money in the 2002 Texas elections, one of its more intriguing targets is the Law Enforcement Alliance of America, a pro-gun, pro-police Virginia group with a split personality, a strict code of silence and at least one secret benefactor.

That benefactor or benefactors funneled $4.5 million through the alliance in 2002, tax records indicate, paying for political attack ads in Texas and at least four other states.

Curiously, the TV ad blitzes rarely reflected Law Enforcement Alliance priorities, such as arming airline pilots and allowing off-duty and retired police officers to carry concealed guns anywhere in the nation.

About $1.5 million in Texas ads, for example, attacked attorney general candidate Kirk Watson as a personal injury trial lawyer who "made millions suing doctors, hospitals and small businesses." Republican Greg Abbott, the eventual winner in 2002, was praised for believing in "common-sense lawsuit reform."

Ads in the Mississippi Supreme Court race were similarly out of character, criticizing an incumbent who agreed with alliance positions favoring the death penalty and opposing gun control. Justice Chuck McRae, however, had been labeled "public enemy No. 1" by Mississippi business interests, and he was defeated.

Why would a law-and-order organization created by the National Rifle Association care so passionately about lawsuit reform or defeating a like-minded judge?

Travis County prosecutors hypothesize that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the alliance's mystery benefactor, augmenting an unprecedented deluge of corporate cash to help elect pro-business candidates in 2002.

The U.S. chamber declined to discuss specifics of its political advertising strategy.

Texas law forbids spending corporate money on direct electioneering, prompting an ongoing, 22-month grand jury investigation into campaign activity by groups that include the Texas Association of Business, which is a member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and Texans for a Republican Majority Political Action Committee.

The organizations have said that no laws were broken in 2002 because the money did not directly support the election or defeat of any candidates.

Although Travis County prosecutors are interested in the source of the Law Enforcement Alliance's money, their investigation is focusing on whether the nonprofit corporation violated the ban on corporate electioneering.

However, if prosecutors uncover the alliance's source of money, they would answer a question that has haunted candidates in at least seven states since 2001, when the organization added political advertising to its repertoire of lobbying and advocacy. "
============SNIP===========
Hmmmmmmmmm

 

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The 2002 law was aimed at forcing companies like America Online to block customers from viewing Web sites with sexually explicit images of children.

No one challenged the state's right to stop child porn, which is already illegal under federal law. But lawyers for the Center for Democracy and Technology and the American Civil Liberties Union had argued that the filtering technology used to block such Web sites is too clumsy."
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Hmmmmmmmmm

 

CNN.com - North Korea cloud 'not nuke blast' - Sep 12, 2004

"North Korea cloud 'not nuke blast'
Sunday, September 12, 2004 Posted: 7:14 AM EDT (1114 GMT)

SEOUL, South Korea (CNN) -- A large cloud that appeared over North Korea in satellite images several days ago was not the result of a nuclear explosion, according to a U.S. official."

 

Salt Lake Tribune - Nation/World

"SEOUL, South Korea - A large explosion occurred in the northern part of North Korea, sending a huge mushroom cloud into the air on an important anniversary of the communist regime, a South Korean news agency reported today.
The South Korean government said it was trying to confirm the report.
The Yonhap news agency, citing a diplomatic source in Seoul, said the explosion happened at 11 a.m. local time Thursday in Yanggang province near the border with China. The blast in Kim Hyong Jik county left a crater big enough to be noticed by a satellite, the source said.
''We understand that a mushroom-shaped cloud about 3.5- to 4-kilometer [2.2 miles to 2.5 miles] in diameter was monitored during the explosion,'' the source said. Yonhap described the source as ''reliable.''
===========SNIP=============
Are they blowing themselves up?

 

Mushroom Cloud Reported Over North Korea

"A massive explosion has reportedly rocked a northern province of North Korea close to the Chinese border.

South Korea's Yonhap new agency reported the incident on Sunday despite the event having taken place on Thursday.

Yonhap, quoting an unnamed diplomatic source in Seoul as saying a mushroom cloud, with a radius of 3.5-4 kms (2.2-2.5 miles), was spotted in Kimhyungjik county in Yanggang province.

Satellite images of the event have gone explained until the Yonhap report.

Seoul's top negotiator with North Korea, Unification Minister Chung Dong-young, said South Korea was seeking confirmation of the explosion, its cause and effects, according to the Yonhap report."
=========SNIP==========
Atomic?

 

Rummie can't keep Osama and Saddam straight...

Rumsfeld Mixes Up U.S. Foes Saddam and Bin Laden
September 10,2004
"WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld mixed up al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein twice in a speech on Friday about the war against terrorism.
Critics accuse the Bush administration of having concentrated on going after Saddam at the expense of the hunt for bin Laden whose al Qaeda network carried out the Sept. 11 attacks.

Saddam is imprisoned after being captured by U.S. forces in Iraq, while bin Laden has not been found.

In a speech to the National Press Club on the eve of the third anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Rumsfeld began by saying the world just before the attacks was not as serene as some people now suggest.

"The leader of the opposition Northern Alliance, Masood, lay dead, his murder ordered by Saddam Hussein, by Osama bin Laden, Taliban's co-conspirator," Rumsfeld said.

He was referring to Ahmad Shah Masood who was in opposition to the ruling Taliban in Afghanistan and was killed by al Qaeda two days before the Sept. 11 attacks.

Later in responding to a question, Rumsfeld again confused Saddam and bin Laden in a discourse about how U.S. and coalition actions had made it more difficult for terrorists to operate.

"It's harder for them to travel between countries, it's harder for them to communicate with each other, it's harder for them to raise money, it's harder for them to transfer money, it's harder for them to buy weapons, it's harder for them to do everything," Rumsfeld said.

"Saddam Hussein, if he's alive, is spending a whale of a lot of time trying to not get caught. And we've not seen him on a video since 2001," Rumsfeld said.

"Now, he's got to be busy. Why is he busy? It's because of the pressure that's being put on him," he added.

The moderator later asked Rumsfeld if he had meant bin Laden, and the defense secretary replied: "I did. I meant we haven't seen Osama bin Laden."

Also at

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-rummy11sep11,1,2859808.story?coll=la-headlines-world

RUMMIE MUSES MORE
If you remember. some time back, Rumsfeld had Osama pinned down to:
"...either in Afghanistan, or some other country or dead.''
Source From http://multimedia.belointeractive.com/attack/ binladen/1228whereisbinladen.html

And, equally prescient was Rummie's decision that, Osama....

"I don't think he's vanished. He's either dead in some tunnel, or he's


alive. And if he's alive, he's either in Afghanistan or he isn't. And


it does not matter: we'll find him one day. And we'll know what's

Now, apparently, when Rummie looks for something...he has an interesting
way of locating it...let's say he lost his wallet....

He would say this...
"It's either in the pocket of these pants, some other pants I own, or somewhere else in the universe."

 

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WHY BUSH'S MILITARY RECORD IS IMPORTANT

People seem to get confused and think, for some reason, that Vietnam and Bush's military records are a dead issue or should be. I'm confused as to why they can't grasp why this is a vitally important issue.

The issue strikes to the heart of Bush's character and whether a liar and a coward should be the leader of this country.

Either Bush has lied about his military record or he has not. The veracity of the man who takes us to a war and gets around a thousand of our young folks killed, definitely DOES have current importance. He pretty much said "trust me, there are Weapons of Mass Destruction and we need to go to war with Iraq to get rid of the dictator AND those WMD. If he is a liar, and has lied about his "military service" (that's a joke to use that term with him together), then, he has shown a pattern and practice of lying, since there apparently WERE NO WMD in Iraq, and thus, I assert his truthfulness is definitely a current and future issue.

If he and/or "Poppy" Bush, GHWB, pulled strings to get him into the "champagne squadron" to avoid service, it makes him look like the same kind of coward we saw go jumping on a plane and running away with a jet fighter escort on 9/11, as Cheney was hiding in the hidden bunker.

People tend to have certain behavioral and life patterns they carry with them. A lying, cheating, cowardly child, tends to grow up to be a lying, cheating, cowardly adult. A bullying child tends to grow up to be a bullying adult. It's more than mere personality, it's almost like a personal template for actions that is part of the person.

Bush blew up frogs, and from the record, derived pleasure from hurting small animals. A psychiatrist who wrote BUSH ON THE COUCH, came to the conclusion after studying volumes of material on Bush, that he is a sadist.

It is impossible that, if Bush lied about his military service, and due to his personal cowardice, avoided the draft by getting into the Air National Guard in Texas, so he wouldn't have to go to Nam, and some other man had to go there in his place, it is impossisble that this is not relevant today in this election.

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