Bush threatens our safety once again for his own personal gain.
There is simply no other way to interpret it. Once more, Bush plays "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" to divert attention, this time afraid of congress getting too much attention in their attempt this evening to end the disastrous war in Iraq. There will be a fillibuster overnight and Bush just can't stand that so he endangers all of our safety, as he has done so many times before, by claiming that the national safety alert level must be raised.
A) It's dangerous as hell to cry wolf. If you are the only person on Earth who hasn't heard the story, I'm sure you can find "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" in ANY public library and at your fingertips right now online.
B) Bush has not been right once yet in dozens of identical ploys that are designed to scare us out of being aware of, or caring about, attempts to stop his insane war.
C) Every day, more and more of Bush's own republican supporters are now publicly questioning his mental/emotional stability. This is no longer partisan politics. The man is a raging maniac. You KNOW that when his own supporters, who have always followed him to the gates of hell, refuse to step in. They've thrown their own grandmothers in but they refuse to follow anymore. That is something I never thought I'd live to see.
D) The war drones on killing more and more of our soldiers and more innocent Iraqis along with some "insurgents" (which is just a euphemism for resisters. If another country attacked us, unprovoked, the LAST thing we would call our resisters is "insurgents"). Propaganda kills when it fools anyone into continuing the insane war.
E) Stress Kills! Bush unnecessarily subjects us all to extra stress. Stress is the #1 killer in our country already. Bush is killing us, quite literally, here at home in our own country with his lies.
F) Don't like this because it's "politics", don't read it then, the post is properly categorized and you have the controls to skip over it. To complain that it's "politics" or "more of the same" is to be foolish and allow a mad man to continue to kill innocent American citizens both here and abroad so that he and Cheney can profit off of no-bid Halliburton contracts worth billions and billions of our tax dollars. It is beyond sinful. It is beyond wreckless. It is a crime against humanity and one that should be discussed and acted upon until the Bush blood bath is finally stopped.