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How many wars and how many enemies can Bush have? No, it’s not a trick question. Currently, Bush has us involved in two wars that he can’t manage. He and Cheney are looking at a new war venture in Iran, which I’m sure they will screw up. Regarding our friends, I think New […]
Bush seems to be the only person who believes that putting a missile defense shield in Europe to protect against an attack from Iran is a good idea. Bush will continue with another flawed plan which will have long term negative impact. You have to give Bush credit for being consistent on flawed […]
Finally, Bush will be stopped on his idiotic missiles plan for Poland. Bush in another one of his destructive ideas which not only threading peace in the region but has pushed Russian into a corner with the threat of another cold war.
Washington Post: Democrats in Congress are building a legislative roadblock to […]
This is part of an OP-ED re-post from Munaeem’s Blog
Monday, June 11, 2007
TIME TO SAVE PAKISTAN FROM ITS RULER
by Eric Margolis
( The concerns expressed in this article are shared by every Pakistani and every friend […]
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Bush, pope discuss war in Iraq
By JENNIFER LOVEN, & Associated Press Writers Ariel David and Alessandra Rizzo
ROME – President Bush, deeply unpopular here and met by boisterous protests, sought to impress Pope Benedict XVI and the Italian public on Saturday with his humanitarian record and downplayed […]
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