George W. Bush is an international war criminal who should be arrested, shackled and led to the World Court to stand trial for his many crimes against humanity.
So should be any member of Congress who continues to support the illegal and immoral invasion of Iraq and whose actions contributed to the unnecessary deaths of 2,500 American military men and women along with the thousands upon thousands of Iraqi civilians.
Partisan political thought has become so ingrained in today’s mindset that the concept of independence is disregarded as a matter of course.
That partisanship, I believe, breeds corruption and allows it to thrive. Unfortunately, because partisanship is so dominant in today’s political environment, any chance of cleaning up the system is lost.
President George W. Bush jetted off in the dark of night for a clandestine visit to Iraq – a grandstanding photo-op by a coward who refused to fight in war when his country called.
I’ve always found Bush’s swaggering "war-time president" persona the height of political hypocrisy. This is, after all, the same George W. Bush who hid out in the Texas Air National Guard to avoid going to Vietnam and who later became the "Commander in Chief" who sends members of the National Guard and Reserve to their deaths in his lies-based invasion of Iraq.
Wen Ho Lee, an atomic scientist wrongly accused of espionage and vilified by press reports that depended on bad sources, won court judgments against the federal government and five media organizations recently but all the money in the world cannot ease the nightmare he suffered for the past nine years.
Washington, we have a problem. In order to reform Congress, Congress has to first agree to reform itself. That’s like asking a nymphomaniac to give up sex.
Excuse me if I don’t join the orgy of self-congratulatory praise over the lucky bombing death of Iraq al Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
Republican Brian Bilbray won the special election in California Tuesday to replace convicted bribe-taker Randy "Duke" Cunningham in a race that should have been closer than it was and one that should tell Democrats they still have their work cut out for them if they hope to recapture control the House and Senate in November.
Military commanders in the field in Iraq admit in private reports to the Pentagon the war "is lost" and that the U.S. military is unable to stem the mounting violence killing 1,000 Iraqi civilians a month.
To put it in polite, social conversational terms: Fox News blowhard Bill O’Reilly is a lying sack of shit.
Now that he is officially sworn in as the new head of the Central Intelligence Agency, Gen. Michael Hayden plans to build a vast domestic spying network that will pry into the lives of most Americans around the clock.