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Monday, November 29, 2010

George W. Bush - Not a Great President - Guilty of Crimes in 2 Wars - over 100,000 Civilian Iraqi's DEAD

Putting George W's book aside for one moment, I would like to make some comments which are presented here in this article which happens to be my opinion and beliefs of others, with proof that these statements presented as stated are accurate. The following information are reasons why I am writing this blog and have high interest in what George W. publishes, knowing full well that some of the material in the book has been nothing short of plagiarism. At the same time, I would truly like to give him credit for some of the things he has done for the good as President.  Presidents in modern time for whatever reason, seem to be either really great, or really bad. Ronald Reagan was considered a very good president, and he was liked accross the isle, as Democrats did their part in his re-election. But when they go sour, they really go sour. In most recent times, you can reflect on Richard Nixon and now George W. Bush. Isn't it interesting that only the Republican Presidents seemed to have gone sour here. But George H.W. seems to have had allot more sureity in his decisions as President, and they never seemed rash. But the same cannot be said for his son George W. It is a downright shame that this president, George W, could falsely make claims to the American people that Sudaam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, and then come to find out that it wasn't true. To top it off, there is undenyable evidence that he knew that there were no weapons of mass destruction, and he was told by National Intelliegence that there were no weapons of the kind. But instead of informing the people of these facts, he proceeded to tell the people of the United States that there were weapons of mass destruction present in Iraq. He railroaded his own Congress into believing that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and had the resolution passed to attack Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Granted, these two countries of Afghanistan and Iraq are two of the most disgusting countries on earth, with North Korea not falling too far behind. But every country is made up of citizens of their own country. They seem to become the innocent victims of war. Prior to the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, there was proof of terrorist organizations running rampant, lead by the extreme leader of Osama bin Laden, now appearently in hiding in Afghanistan.
As of November 21, 2010, there has been 4,329 deaths since the war began on March 19, 2003, with 3,497 dead in combat. Since George W. announced that the mission in Iraq was accomplished on May 1, 2003, 4,290 soldiers have been killed with 3,389 in combat.Since Obama has become Commander and Chief, there has been 201 total soldier deaths with only 92 in combat. Since Operation New Dawn, there has been only a total of 11 deaths with only 3 in combat. Last but not least, are the figures of Americans wounded in Iraq. The total wounded is 32,929, which is the official count, with 100,000 estimated and not confirmed. This is just the American side of the tragedy.
On the civilian side of this war, it is estimated that 100,000 citizens of Iraq have been killed since the U.S.-led invasion began. These civilian deaths were not necessary but tragic. The devestation brought to Iraq by George W and his partner in crime Dick Cheney are disgusting to say the least. It is one thing that a past president named Richard Nixon was involved in the WaterGate scandal, but there were no innocent lives lost. It is another thing when a president brings harms way to his soldiers and is responsible for the deaths of a million people. I come to this conclusion that he is responsible because the war was not truly justified, as there were no weapons of mass destruction, and the President knew of that fact. He was already responsible for thousands of lives before he invaded Iraq, as there was intelligence reports that George w. ignored his own central intelligence agency that the country was in danger of such an invasion that happened on 911 a week before the attack. George W. just dismissed it. Because of his failure to act, there were a total of 2,996 deaths on September 11, 2001 in New York City and at the Pentigon. A total of 19 hijackers carrying out the attack using U.S. Commercial Jets intentionally crashed two of the airliners into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. The third airliner crashed into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C. A total of 183 people died in the Pentagon attack. A fourth plane crashed in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. All the people in all of the planes have perished. Innocent firefighters totaling 343 and police officers totaling 60 also perished.
With all of this destruction and death, George W. claims that the attacks were justified. In my mind, the failure to protect the country from this type of attack and human suffering from two wars that should never have happened is a crime in itself. If crimes have been committed by George W.
It is my intention by writing this blog to actually get down to the truths and lies about George W. and to inform the readers of this blog of the facts that many still do not know. Many of the facts that I expected to see in the George W's book are just missing. Again, George W. had deceived his readers and the country of the facts, just as he had deceived his country with facts that were just not true before he started two wars. But, he hasn't fooled me.


  1. Please forgive me if I will comment in the best of my knowledge. I'm reading a book and stumble upon George W. Bush. I think he is wonderful in acting on the 9/11. but I also agreed that he should be more like that when the typoon katrina struck part of america.


  2. Albert, George W. did bring the United States together when 911 happened, but he did so little for the country to stop the economy downfall, and he really did put our American troops into harms way for a reason that turned out to be not valid. My issue is that he knows the decision about weapons of mass destruction was wrong, and he admits it, but at the same time, George W. still supports the war. Because of that, he should be held accountable for all the lost lives in the war. I liked him better when he was the owner of the Texas Rangers baseball team. The sad thing was that when he ran for President the first time, I was ignorant enough to vote for him. Albert, I appreciate your comments and I hope you keep returning to read the articles on the website.

    Editor James of

  3. That I will do friend.

    Hope you get what you want with this blog of yours

    Godbless friend
    Stay safe