Thursday, September 06, 2007

Keith Olbermann special comment "Bush Is Playing Us On Iraq!"

Bush's increasingly tenuous hold on reality
by Adrian Hamilton (source: Independent)
Friday, August 31, 2007

One explanation for President Bush's rant against Iran this week, following on from his extraordinary speech comparing Iraq with Vietnam last week, is that the pressure is finally getting to him. US presidential history, from Woodrow Wilson to Ronald Reagan by way of F D Roosevelt is replete with presidents who on grounds of failing powers shouldn't really have been allowed to go on. Beseiged by events, cast down by the opinion polls, isolated by the loss of his closest advisers, it would not be surprising if this particular US President was now losing it.

http://www.campaigniran.org/casmii/index.php?q=node/2817
clipped from youtube.com
WARBush just playing us with
'troop withdrawal'
'Revelation' contradicts every other rationale offered in
the last 500 days
Mr. Bush probably did not know that, with his own words, he had already proved
that he had been lying, is lying and will be lying about Iraq.

He presumably did not know that there had already appeared those damning
excerpts from Robert Draper's book "Dead Certain."
"I'm playing for October-November," Mr. Bush said to Draper.
And there it is. We've caught you. Your goal is not to bring some troops home,
ou are, to use your own disrespectful, tone
playing at getting the next Republican nominee to agree to jump into this
bottomless pit with you, and take us with him, as we stay in Iraq for another
year, and another, and another, and anon.
One explanation for President Bush's rant against Iran last week, following his
extraordinary speech comparing Iraq with Vietnam the week before, is that the
pressure is finally getting to him.
president was now losing it.

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