Here in Sweden, the debate rages on about whether it is possible to hate President Bush while loving America given that 50.7 per cent of Americans re
-elected him. But when I see images of the brave men, women and children who courageously stand up for the rights of all those whose rights have been trampled under iron boots of Bush's neocon army, my faith in Americans is restored.
Bring 'em on
More than four years have passed since the "commander-guy" uttered those famous words. One million Iraqis and four thousand Americans have perished since then. Bush may have forgotten that he ever said those words, but the brave Americans haven't.
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Freedom of expression is just that: an expression
This peaceful antiwar protester was charged in Federal Court with "refusal to obey a lawful order" . His crime: demonstrating against a meaningless war on Pentagon property. But he shouldn't worry too much should he? If the judges hand him a tough jail sentence, the President will declare the punishment to be too harsh, and commute his sentence.
(Photo Credit: by MatthewBradley
What I learned from BUSH
This little girl is more intelligent than 62,040,610 who voted for Bush second time around. She can tell you nine reason to impeach Bush, but the Democrat Congress seems to be unable to find a single one.
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The yearning for peace fills the hearts of the non-PATRIOT Act patriots. There are many Americans who have been through the nightmare that was Vietnam, and who wonder just how, merely a generation later, one man's lies took them into another intractable war. Some go beyond wondering, and act to end this orgy of bloodshed. They are the true patriots.
(Photo Credit: digitalgrace
Signs of Victory
The signs of victory are beginning to appear. Cracks are appearing in the neocon administrations and Republicans are abandoning Bush like the proverbial deserting a sinking ship.
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The United States is a democratic nation built on the principles of justice and honesty. It is a pity that some of you decided to elect a leader whose beliefs are the antithesis of what your founding fathers envisioned. But, I believe I speak for billions in the world today when I say that I am heartened to see that the American people have not forgotten those principles, and are willing to risk life and limb to fight against a tyrannical leadership.
Submitted by bjornbear on Sun, 2007-07-15 07:24 to Press Esc
Labels: Why I hate Bush but love Americans