January 3, 2007

Mistaken to Immoral

From David R. Remer, WatchBlog Editor:

"The consensus of the troops is Bush is failing their mission in Iraq. The consensus of the Generals is that a surge is risky and unnecessary. The consensus of the American people is the same. And now, of the 49 Republican Senators, only 12 appear to support such a move by the President. Clearly, if President Bush goes through with this announcement, he has departed from his role as elected representative of the people. And he has donned the role of ruler who uses the people for his own ends regardless of their lives, welfare, grief, or good of the nation.
What will history say of President Bush, who chose to spend American lives in defense of his ego, which cannot accept that the biggest decision of his presidency was a grotesque and deadly mistake? If President Bush announces he will surge the number of American troops in Iraq for the purpose of quelling the violence in Iraq, he will have turned a mistaken decision to invade, into an immoral act of personal ego preservation and passing the buck."

Read the whole article:

Bush: From Mistaken to Immoral?


Pam said...

Well, I think he was ALWAYS immoral. Now everyone knows it. Except the last few holdouts that are clearly drinking some sort of kool-aid....

We need to impeach the bastard already!!

Malnurtured Snay said...

History shall judge him unkindly. But, if you want to express yourself more directly, why not get a George W. Bush buttplug? I haven't figured out if the people using them like him or hate him.

pissed off patricia said...

History will kick his ass up one side of the street and down the other. Oh he'll be famous alright but not in the way he would like. I hope he lives long enough in his padded cell to find this out.

BBC said...

It pains me that no one has removed him from this planet.