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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

That crazy US President

1) George Bush claims that material which is currently classified, was declassified in order for him to leak it, and then classified again.

Ummm... isn't that really just bullshit? Isn't that simply leaking classified information? Isn't that a crime called treason? Isn't that a punishable offence? Is anyone planning on punishing George Bush? Or are we just going to see Americans roll over again and say, "Oh ok. If Bush says it's true, it must be true. If he says it's ok, it must be ok. No problem."

2) The Bush Administration is talking about using nuclear weapons on Iran. To make sure they don't use nuclear weapons themselves. Because using nuclear weapons is bad. So Iran needs to be nuked by the good nuclear weapons before they build and use the bad nuclear weapons. Sure, makes sense to me. Not.

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Blogger Chancelucky said...

there might be some semblance of credibility if he'd taken the position two years ago that he had "authorized" the leaks and had thepower to do so.
Instead, he said I'll punish anyone who "leaked" I hate leaks, etc.

Now, it turns out he may have been involved in the leak and the defense seems to be, oh, I authorized it.

It's embarrassing.

yet, the American press isn't making all that much of it.

4/11/2006 10:34:00 AM  
Blogger Alan Howard said...

there's a certain amount of pro-Bush propoganda that goes on in America, led by mainstream media.

How are the people going to know the truth if the truth isn't reported?

Who is favoured by the lack of reporting?

Whoever is favoured is who the media is for. And it's certainly not the people.

4/11/2006 10:50:00 AM  

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