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Bush on the wrong side of the "War on Terror"

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Submitted by DrRJP (United States), Nov 28, 2007 at 19:24

On November 6, 2001, President George W. Bush told the world that "You're either with us or against us in the fight against terror." Now, six years later, the Annapolis Conference is proof positive that Bush is on the "against us" side. With statements like "...confront terrorism and incitement, whether committed by Palestinians or Israelis," Bush is more than clueless: he's chosen to side with the Devil.

There are no differences between the radical Islamic beliefs and tactics of Al Qaida and Hamas. There are no differences between their terrorist modus operandi and their desire to destroy the United States and Israel. There are also no real differences between Hamas and its "rival" Fatah in their desire to occupy the entire state of Israel by any means possible. By pushing for this conference and for Israel to abandon its own land to terrorists, Bush is aiding and abetting the other side in the "War on Terror." By carving up Israel and handing it to the Palestinians, Bush is not only rewarding terrorists and condoning terrorism, he is also validating their insane and nonsensical claims of a nonexistent Palestinian homeland.

Yesterday at Annapolis, Bush annouced that "Israel will agree to end its occupation of the land it acquired in 1967." Clearly, he has bought into the Big Lie and won't even blink as Jerusalem is handed over to a bunch of blood-thirsty, Arab nomads. A real Christian would never do that. By forcing this plan on Israel, Bush is signing the death warrants of every Jew and Christian who lives there, and is ushering in a new wave of terror that will ultimately make our country a more dangerous place in which to live.

Instead of people being so focused on who to put in the White House in 2008, they need to direct their attention to the current tenant, and let him know that his remaining tenure there is not a done deal. Bush should have learned from the debacle of the Damp David accords, and since he has not, Bush is now a worse enemy to Israel than Clinton ever was. When it comes to sucking up to the Saudis and allowing them to spread the radical Islamic virus, nobody does it better than Bush.

The 2000 intifada was the Palestinian's response to Clinton's generous peace plan, and one can only wonder what those "poor refuges" will do now given our President's blood sacrifice.


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Title Commenter Date Thread
Stupidity and Arrogance [127 words]David W. LincolnDec 7, 2007 11:48115887
who knows? [194 words]John W McGinleyDec 7, 2007 11:20115880
A few words can say a great deal [67 words]Anthony DaytonDec 7, 2007 09:37115873
A battle on the meaning of words [49 words]mannyDec 7, 2007 09:13115870
Not to worry. [62 words]Brian HDec 4, 2007 12:06115706
After Annapolis [611 words]Builders of ZionDec 4, 2007 02:54115688
Same Old Same Old, Only More So [300 words]orange yonasonDec 3, 2007 16:58115658
Bush is irresponsible, along with Rice. [146 words]YnnatchkahDec 1, 2007 13:56115539
dangerous grey areas [202 words]Rebecca MouldsDec 1, 2007 12:55115536
Dangerous, delusional Machiavellian appeasement [125 words]jennifer solisNov 29, 2007 15:27115337
Amazing how quickly Bush ensured Annapolis was a net minus [146 words]Charles MartelNov 29, 2007 11:20115311
peace in our time [118 words]john samfordNov 29, 2007 10:34115301
mr. abbas is a joke . [230 words]zari namdarNov 29, 2007 03:41115269
Hamas and Fatah part of peace process [659 words]titania jonesNov 28, 2007 20:49115235
Wrong Headed Thinking Only Leads To Greater Problems [207 words]orange yonasonDec 3, 2007 17:29115235
Abu Alaa and The Tale Of The Tightening Screws: Daniel's quote of Ahmed Qurei' [1484 words]Gerald A. HonigmanNov 28, 2007 20:47115233
Peace in Our Time? [207 words]BlackspeareNov 28, 2007 20:28115231
Balancing act [43 words]Brian HDec 4, 2007 12:30115231
Bush on the wrong side of the "War on Terror" [405 words]DrRJPNov 28, 2007 19:24115225
DrRJP [7 words]orange yonasonDec 3, 2007 17:52115225

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