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Gayle in MD
05-14-2007, 08:53 AM
Financing terrorism and corruption in Iraq, with our tax dollars......12.5 billion stolen from American Tax payers by GWB, ending up, through his unprece4dented incompetence, in the hands of the same people who are killing our soldiers...Bush has been a beacon of hope for terrorism and corruption, from the US DOJ, to the Iraqi insurgents and terrorists, but hey, as long as SHELL and Halliburton et al, is making money off the deal, we should stay the course.

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/12/world/middleeast/12oil.html?_r=1&hp&oref=slogin

Bobbyrx
05-15-2007, 02:08 PM
I read the entire article but I missed the part that said "12.5 billion stolen from American Tax payers by GWB"

pooltchr
05-15-2007, 05:37 PM
Bobby...that would be the part that Gayle imagined. She can't read anything without trying to find something in it that she can blame on GW.
Typical left wing tactic. Make a statement sound like fact, and hope nobody actually checks it out.
Steve

Gayle in MD
05-16-2007, 08:58 AM
As long as Bush is the Commander in Chief, he's the man responsible for everything that happens in this war, including terrorists, getting their hands on oil, to sell, for financial support, for their on-going slaughter of Americans, in an Iraqi Civil War, and that includes all the war profiteering by his corporate buddies, and his failure to secure the oil lines. He's the man running this war, FYI... /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif

Gayle in MD
05-16-2007, 09:02 AM
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Make a statement sound like fact, and hope nobody actually checks it out.
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Good description of how Bush launched this war in the first place.

As long as Bush is the Commander in Chief, he's responsible for this war, and everything that happens during it, including failing to secure the oil in Iraq. You are the one who refuses to acknowledge facts, particularly the fact that the buck stops on Bush's desk, and particularly, the buck on this war. Deny it all you want, those are the facts.

Gayle in Md.

Bobbyrx
05-16-2007, 11:36 AM
If you read the article you posted from the NT Times quoting unnamed sources exept for the ones who are just speculating it also said it could be just bad Iraqi paper work. Is Bush stealing the oil or are the terrorists stealing the oil or is no one stealing the oil. It sure did NOT say that George Bush is letting terrorists steal the oil so they can kill our troops.

Gayle in MD
05-17-2007, 09:52 AM
There are loads of reports of insurgents, and terrorists, stealing oil from the pipe lines, by news organizations in Europe, Britian, the Middle East correspondents, and from Washington D.C. to Baghdad. This isn't the only article which addresses the situation.

Loads of reports of contractors bilking tax payers money, and not providing acceptable service, in return.

Loads of video showing the complete kaos which followed the poor decisions made by Bush Appointees, following the occupation.

Documented billions lost and misplaced, and billions more wasted through corruption, and incompetence, under the direction of George ush, and his own appointees.

Initially, the campaign in Iraq, was completely screwed up from the start. Bush failed to give the Generals what they asked him for, and also refused to listen to those who told him he was not sending in enough troops to secure the country after the occupation of Baghdad. The kaos which followed, was the result of his decisions. And his modus operendi, from the start, has been to fire every general who didn't agree with his faulty plans, which he has just done again, after General Abasaid said that every single General and commander in Iraq, to a man, did not think that sending in more troops, was the right thing to do, and would only lead to more violence. Every person who went to Iraq, from Franks, to Bremer, and including Rumsfeld, and all the rest in between, proved their complete incompetence, and each was appointed by George Bush, hence, everything that went awry, including the decision to attempt Nation Building in the Middle East, is his fault. It's HIS WAR, and belongs to him, and THE REPUBLICANS, who are responsible for putting the United States Of America, in a trick bag in the Middle East.

Through default, George Bush has allowed, through his own incompetence, and his own handling of this war, the kaos which has resulted in Iraq, and which followed his failure to secure the country after he decided to launch his idiotic attempt of forcing democracy at the point of guns and bombs, on a people who have held grudges against one another for thousands of years.

This has been the worst foreign policy decision in our history, and so say the vast majority of Experts in the field, along with most Military experts, and a growing number of Republicans who are now pressuring George Bush to face reality, and leave Iraq, to the Iraqis, who have certainly failed to meet a single benchmark, as a government, and who by a margin of no less than 80%, and in some areas of the country, 100%, want to kill American Troops, and want us to leave their country, and including, the majority of those in Parliament.

Gayle in Md.

pooltchr
05-17-2007, 05:21 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Gayle in MD:</font><hr> There are loads of reports of insurgents, and terrorists, stealing oil from the pipe lines, by news organizations in Europe, Britian, the Middle East correspondents, and from Washington D.C. to Baghdad. This isn't the only article which addresses the situation.

Loads of reports of contractors bilking tax payers money, and not providing acceptable service, in return.

Loads of video showing the complete kaos which followed the poor decisions made by Bush Appointees, following the occupation.

Documented billions lost and misplaced, and billions more wasted through corruption, and incompetence, under the direction of George ush, and his own appointees.

Initially, the campaign in Iraq, was completely screwed up from the start. Bush failed to give the Generals what they asked him for, and also refused to listen to those who told him he was not sending in enough troops to secure the country after the occupation of Baghdad. The kaos which followed, was the result of his decisions. And his modus operendi, from the start, has been to fire every general who didn't agree with his faulty plans, which he has just done again, after General Abasaid said that every single General and commander in Iraq, to a man, did not think that sending in more troops, was the right thing to do, and would only lead to more violence. Every person who went to Iraq, from Franks, to Bremer, and including Rumsfeld, and all the rest in between, proved their complete incompetence, and each was appointed by George Bush, hence, everything that went awry, including the decision to attempt Nation Building in the Middle East, is his fault. It's HIS WAR, and belongs to him, and THE REPUBLICANS, who are responsible for putting the United States Of America, in a trick bag in the Middle East.

Through default, George Bush has allowed, through his own incompetence, and his own handling of this war, the kaos which has resulted in Iraq, and which followed his failure to secure the country after he decided to launch his idiotic attempt of forcing democracy at the point of guns and bombs, on a people who have held grudges against one another for thousands of years.

This has been the worst foreign policy decision in our history, and so say the vast majority of Experts in the field, along with most Military experts, and a growing number of Republicans who are now pressuring George Bush to face reality, and leave Iraq, to the Iraqis, who have certainly failed to meet a single benchmark, as a government, and who by a margin of no less than 80%, and in some areas of the country, 100%, want to kill American Troops, and want us to leave their country, and including, the majority of those in Parliament.

Gayle in Md. <hr /></blockquote>

Yeah...but I still don't see the reference that says GW is stealing from the tax payers.
Steve

Gayle in MD
05-17-2007, 07:48 PM
What else is new? Need a crayon?

pooltchr
05-18-2007, 06:05 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Gayle in MD:</font><hr> What else is new? Need a crayon? <hr /></blockquote>

In other words, you can't admit that you made that part up?
Steve

Gayle in MD
05-18-2007, 06:10 PM
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Through default, George Bush has allowed, through his own incompetence, and his own handling of this war, the kaos which has resulted in Iraq, and which followed his failure to secure the country after he decided to launch his idiotic attempt of forcing democracy at the point of guns and bombs, on a people who have held grudges against one another for thousands of years.
<hr /></blockquote> I didn't make up anything. My opinion is that his incompetence has led to all of us being bilked out of billions of dollars, and that his failure to properly prosecute this war, listen to the generals on the ground, and respond to those contractors who rob us daily in Iraq, amounts to theft of tax payers dollars. We've had billions stolen from us. Who is the Commander In Chief?

Gayle in Md.

Bobbyrx
05-18-2007, 06:11 PM
Cha-Ching !!!!!

Stretch
05-19-2007, 08:14 AM
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Through default, George Bush has allowed, through his own incompetence, and his own handling of this war, the kaos which has resulted in Iraq, and which followed his failure to secure the country after he decided to launch his idiotic attempt of forcing democracy at the point of guns and bombs, on a people who have held grudges against one another for thousands of years.
<hr /></blockquote> I didn't make up anything. My opinion is that his incompetence has led to all of us being bilked out of billions of dollars, and that his failure to properly prosecute this war, listen to the generals on the ground, and respond to those contractors who rob us daily in Iraq, amounts to theft of tax payers dollars. We've had billions stolen from us. [ QUOTE ]
<hr /></blockquote> Who is the Commander In Chief? [ QUOTE ]
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Gayle in Md. <hr /></blockquote>

Insert picture of wheelhouse with knowone present, and landfall quickly approaching. St.

Gayle in MD
05-19-2007, 08:47 AM
/ccboard/images/graemlins/wink.gif Good visual... /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif