View Full Version : Not only did Bush let the terrorists get away...
08-18-2004, 08:52 PM
...he raised their allowance.
Read down through this, if you've the scantest bit of an open mind for the danger this guy gave us. Some will not, I call them ostriches or just plain part of the problem..sid
08-18-2004, 11:00 PM
Ted Rall??? Excuse me while I go puke. Ted Rall is the biggest POS since Michael Moore, thank you. Just another a$$hole capitalizing on 9/11 to enrich himself.
Here is a comment he made on "Politically Incorrect":
Ted: "We don't care. We put these same regimes into power. We financed the Taliban. All we cared about was the oil 'cause this whole Afghan thing is all about oil. The biggest untapped oil reserves in the world are in Kazakhstan on the Caspian Sea. The shortest route out is through the Unocal pipeline that goes through Taliban-held Afghanistan. The only thing that the State Department cared about back in 1999 when they met with the Taliban --"
This is what he thinks of the widows of the 9/11 attack:
and the New York Fire Dept.:
And of course, he couldn't resist pissing on Pat Tillman after he was killed in Afghanistan:
So if you don't mind, Ted Rall can KISS MY A$$.
08-19-2004, 06:24 AM
Even, Richard Clarke, the terroist czar under Clinton, and anti Bush did not indicate that Bush knew anything about 9-11 because the intelligence was like 'there is going to be an attack but we do not know where or when just that it is soon' and if you read his book, you will see that they tried very hard to round up the terroists here, after the attack. Some they caught, some got away, in spite of very diligent efforts to catch them.
08-19-2004, 07:29 AM
After Ted Rall pissed on Pat Tillman's grave he agreed to be interviewed on Hannity. Needless to say Hannity ripped him a new one.
The guy is blinded by partisanship or something. I can't figure out how someone can think like that. Or maybe he just acts over-the-top for publicity.
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