Full Post @ Re: Joseph C. Wilson and “George Bush’s Deception Points” :
“[U]nderstanding how the former president sees his decision to invade Iraq and his [felonious/Nuremberg Trials-level] use of [fake] intelligence to justify the invasion”: 1) “Day one, these things were laid and sealed.” 2) Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner 2004: “Those weapons of mass destruction gotta be somewhere.” Ha, ha, ha, ha – applause. 3) “God would tell me, George, go and end the tyranny in Iraq.” 4) God must condone lying to (and hoaxing) the entire earth – because . . . (see all latter/former), and because . . . that’s just part of the way He (or some other powerful being) works.

“[W]hat he might have to say about the betrayal of a CIA covert officer’s identity”: “I was (and still am) ‘so obsessed with destroying [anyone’s] reputation’ who might challenge, or ‘reveal’ me, that it mattered not who you were (or are): head of state, mayor, notary public, common citizen, or a pauper prophet in the present. Hell, not even Nostradamus’ warnings would have stopped me from quoting those Nigerian documents.”

Bush's Supreme (Court) Hypocrisy

Comments

Add comment

Login or register to post comments

Come Cruise with Thom Hartmann in July 2020

Join me for an exciting Bermuda getaway aboard Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary and destination-focused cruise line. Set sail on the reimagined Insignia for 7 nights beginning July 25th 2020. Take advantage of Oceania Cruises’ OLife Choice promotion, where you can choose shore excursions, a beverage package, or onboard credit – Oceania Cruises also includes Wifi! You'll also receive complimentary gratuities, a $50 onboard credit and two exclusive cocktail parties. Did I mention we are planning special onboard events with yours truly? Prices start at $1199.

Reserve your stateroom today by contacting Keene Luxury Travel, and mention the Thom Hartmann Group 800.856.1155

What Do Democrats Really Want?

Thom plus logo Thomas Friedman, the confused billionaire, told us decades ago that "free trade" is what made the Lexus a successful product when, in fact, it was decades of Japanese government subsidies and explicit tariffs that did so.