Loc: Alexandria, VA
I do not think this gesture can correct the lie ...<br><br>Who said it was supposed to "correct" anything? I'm anything but a Bush fan, but at least I can give the man credit where credit is due ...<br><br>BTW, nobody knows "the truth" about anything ...<br><br>***matt<br><br>Turn up the signal, wipe out the noise ...
Not to fight.<br><br>I am not going to, because I know the truth<br><br>NO ONE HERE KNOWS THE TRUTH<br><br>We all don't read the shiit that Bush reads and we are certainly not, in with the inner circle of that administration.<br><br>Simply the internet and the media they them selves are FAR from the truth.<br><br>Bottom Line:<br>Not unless you are top level in the Bush administration - you know nothing of the truth <br><br>
Well John, let me tell you something you might not be familiar with. The White House has Script (scenario) writers. They pretty much write possible scripts for the politicians which are similar to movies. These writers are some of the best to.<br>When a politician, specially the president, goes somewhere, does something or says a couple of words, they are all out of these scripts. I know who one of these script writers is. <br>Some scripts are propaganda oriented, others business oriented and so on..... <br>Now, if you still want to think that Bush just jumped into his jet and setsailed to Baghdad cause he just felt like it, you are wellcome to. <br>The way I see it, he was advised to go to Baghdad and was given a whole list of positive propaganda oriented facts this trip would bring back to him. The list that is usually given to him consists of both, positive elements and negative elements well described in 1 to 10 pages. Sometimes, a lot more.<br><br>___________________________________________<br>I'm just another Mac user at an 8 hour day Dilbert style cubicle job....<br>
_________________________________________ "The United States is by far the largest exporter of weapons in the world, selling more weapons than the next 14 countries combined."
Yeah, I'm not a President Bush fan at all and I still think it was a classy move. Sure, you can argue political motives and propaganda all you want, but all in all, you can't say it didn't make the soldiers day.<br><br>-Matt<br><br>
#119823 - 11/27/0311:38 PMRe: Thanksgiving in Baghdad! ...
Well, DJ, let me tell you something. I don't know who this "script writer" whom you claim to know is. But I suspect he lives in the same general location of your head. And I will only say that it's a damp, dark place. Any more detail than that and I might blow your cover.<br><br>
So I have used the wrong word! No, I do not claim to know the absolute "truth" of the matter. What am was trying to say was, I know what we were told was not true. Not that I would know whole story. <br><br>I do not think anything will ever be "corrected"<br><br>RESET<br><br>a little too little, a little too late...<br><br>MY OPINION!<br><br>...and to think I was started to really like it "here"<br>Now I know, I can not speak freely. I'll take the piss then–<br>goodbye<br><br>
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