Category: President Bush
WASHINGTON (UPI) — Advisers from the Bush administration are prepping Gov. Sarah Palin for her vice presidential debate with Sen. Joe Biden, U.S. political strategists say.
Palin’s coaches are tough political operatives who helped George W. Bush become president of the United States, The Daily Telegraph reported Saturday.
For the sole vice presidential debate Oct. 2, the Alaska governor is being coached by Mark Wallace, Bush’s deputy campaign manager in 2004 and Tucker Eskew, a Republican strategist at the forefront of Bush’s primary battle in 2002 against Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., the current Republican presidential nominee.
“There aren’t a lot of experienced, skilled political operatives around who can work at the presidential level,” said Republican strategist Mark McKinnon. “It would be very hard to put together a presidential team on the Republican side without hiring former Bush hands.”
Palin has little foreign or federal policy experience while Biden, of Delaware, is a veteran senator and foreign policy expert.
While US citizens remain hypnotized by events in the Middle East, and by Islamic terror in general, the creeping terror is already upon us. Nothing less than the eradication of the United States as we have known it for the past 231 years.
Global economists would have us believe that due to the dollar’s recent slide, and possible collapse, a drastic solution is needed; the incorporation of Mexico and Canada, along with the US into a single soveriegn state. Canadian and US dollars, along with the peso would be abolished and replaced with something called the ‘Amero.’
Borders would become irrelevant, and internal immigration between the three countries commonplace. This, they argue, would stabilize and augment the economies of all three previously independent nations.
It would also effectively replace current US laws, override Congressional oversight and remove the Supreme Court as the ultimate authority. In effect, this is an executive decision to dismantle the United States in order to allow multinational conglomorates free reign to squeeze as much profit as possible from their goods and services.
But it screws the common people. US workers would literally be forced to compete with third-world immigrants (who would be free to vie for jobs under this plan). Wages would drop dramatically.
This is not a joke, nor is it some pipe-dream of world business; it has already been set in motion.
Unfortunately, nearly every major presidential hopeful in the upcoming election supports this change in our government. Why shouldn’t they, it gives nearly dictatorial powers to the president, and renders the other branches irrelevant.
My recommendation is to vote Democratic because of their opposition to the Iraq war. The Republican plan for continuation of that war only helps drive us deeper into debt and closer to the NAU.
You may want to contact your congressperson, too. It’s their job that is in danger of being outsourced to Mexico.
President George W. Bush is at it again. During a Thursday press conference in Washington, our brain-locked leader uttered the following in an attempt to defend his 2003 invasion of Iraq. Appearantly, we were forced to act because no leader could emerge to stop the sectarian bloodshead:
“I heard somebody say, ‘Where’s Mandela?’ Well, Mandela’s dead because Saddam Hussein killed all the Mandelas.”
Nelson Mandela, 89, South Africa’s first black president and a Nobel Peace Prize winner, is still very much alive.
According to a senior intelligence officer, VP Dick Cheney and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice have decided to sanction military action against Iran, abandoning the diplomatic option. They have resolved that President George W. Bush will not leave office with the Iranian nuclear question unsettled. And it will be settled with force.
Although nobody outside of Bush’s inner circle is truly sure of their plan, it is believed that Cheney favors a gradual escalation of hostilities to be followed by massive air strikes using tactical nuclear weapons.
Their only problem may be getting Congress to go along with the plan. Even if they don’t, expect it to be set in motion unless funding is completely cut off.
From the Guardian regarding US intentions toward Iran:
Vincent Cannistraro, a former CIA counter-terrorism chief who is now a security anaylist, said: “The decision to attack was made some time ago. It will be in two stages. If a smoking gun is found in terms of Iranian interference in Iraq, the US will retaliate on a tactical level, and they will strike against military targets. The second part of this is: Bush has made the decision to launch a strategic attack against Iranian nuclear facilities, although not before next year. He has been lining up some Sunni countries for tacit support for his actions.”
The president has obviously made a comittment to support Sunnis over Shias. This begs the question, why did we oust Saddam Hussein in the first place?