Considering the fact that the Bush Administration is the planet's primary proponent of war with Iraq, Nancy Lessin wants to know why the US Congress has failed to follow the example of parliament
So the truth is out: George W. Bush lied when he claimed to be worried about Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction.
It would be so much easier if the Bush Administration just dropped the confusing pretension of an earnest campaign for truth, international cooperation and the rule of law.
On October 4, 2001--less than a month after that horrific day--George W.
Bush and the members of his National Security Council were nailing down
the details of the coming war in Afghanistan.
We know in advance that Colin Powell's performance will be flawless.
Bush's Gulf of Credibility
The President's State of the Union address deepened the gulf between
word and deed. Poll-tested packaging hid the untruths within.
Let me tell you about the state of the union: It's lousy. The only real question is whether the President doesn't know it or just doesn't care.
Affirmative action, so long distorted by its critics, makes an easy political target.
"Ask for a lawyer immediately upon your arrest," reads the little
informational card the ACLU hands out to citizens.