Is Bush Retarded?

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by bsmeter, Jul 20, 2006.

  1. bsmeter


  2. bsmeter


    He's not a failure, he's been sucessful in rolling out the NWO plan.

    Consultant On Iraq Contracts Employed President's Brother
    Financial Times, Nov. 27, 2003

    All in the Profiteering First Family
    Prince George's Journal, Feb. 23, 2004
    American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush,

    The Family That Preys Together
    Covert Action Quarterly, Summer 1992

    Father and Grandfather Bush
    The Art of Deception, 2004,11913,738196,00.html

    Bush's Texas: Dark Heart of the American Dream
    The Observer, June 16, 2002

    The Bush Family Saga
    The Oregon Coast News-Signal, Nov. 6, 2002

    Bush, Inc., Aug. 21, 2003

    Bush Family Values
    Mother Jones, Sept/Oct 1992

    Bush Secret Effort Helped Iraq Build Its War Machine
    Los Angeles Times, March 23, 1992

    Iraqgate: Confession and Coverup, May/June 1995

    The Candidate ---

    From Brown and Root
    The Texas Observer, Oct. 6, 2000

    The Enemy Within
    The Observer, Oct. 27, 2002

    Carlyle's Way
    Red Herring, Dec. 11, 2001,12239,919897,00.html

    [Carlyle Group] Gets Fat on War
    The Guardian, March 23, 2003
  3. Damn you guys... now you got the klansmen on this board all riled up. That was their georgie boy and bushitas klan that you are trying to smear. :D
  4. bsmeter


    Who said the Klansmen monkeys are capable of thought? the monkeys are happy with the few bananas thrown at them from time to time by the devil . Case in point, the recent stem cell research ban.

    Yet they're O K and in fact become excessively APOLOGETIC when you bring up the fact that they're terrorist lovers.

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  5. bsmeter


  6. bsmeter


    it looks like some of the Klansmen are beginning to see the light. Here's a brave Klansmen who's about to get lynched by members of the 4th Reich.

    MADISON, Wis. - More than 60 state lawmakers are urging the University of Wisconsin-Madison to fire an instructor who has argued that the U.S. government orchestrated the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. ADVERTISEMENT

    A letter sent Thursday and signed by 52 Assembly representatives and nine state senators condemns a decision to let Kevin Barrett teach an introductory class on Islam this fall.

    UW-Madison Provost Pat Farrell launched a review after Barrett spoke last month on a talk show about his views that the terrorist attacks were the result of a government conspiracy to spark war in the Middle East. After the review, Farrell said Barrett was a qualified instructor who can present his views as one perspective on the attacks.

    "I still have every expectation this will be a very positive educational experience for our students," Farrell said Thursday. "Some are upset about Mr. Barrett's viewpoints on 9/11 and don't want to pay much attention to what makes for a quality educational experience."

    Republican Rep. Steve Nass said the lawmakers' letter, which called Barrett's views "academically dishonest," sends a strong message to top UW leaders.

    "When 61 legislators condemn a decision by UW-Madison and demand the dismissal of Kevin Barrett, the leadership of the UW System operates at its own peril if it continues to ignore views of the taxpayers," Nass said in a statement.

    Barrett has said Nass was "only interested in name-calling and witch hunting."

    The state Assembly last week refused to take up a proposed resolution supported by Nass calling on university to fire Barrett, who will get $8,247 as a part-time instructor this fall.

    In Colorado, another professor has been under fire for an essay likening white-collar victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to Nazi official Adolf Eichmann, a key planner of the Holocaust.

    University of Colorado officials concluded that ethnic studies professor Ward Churchill could not be fired over the essay because of free speech protections, but they launched an investigation into allegations of academic misconduct. A faculty committee concluded he committed research misconduct and university officials said last month that he should be fire. Churchill has appealed to keep his job.
  7. bsmeter


    The moonbat Republican member of the 4th Reich, Rep. Steve Nass has this to say about the brave Klansmans views:

    Republican Rep. Steve Nass said the lawmakers' letter, which called Barrett's views "academically dishonest," sends a strong message to top UW leaders.

    And what does the moonbat Republican member of the 4th Reich, Rep. Steve Nass have to say about this?

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  8. pattersb

    pattersb Guest

    are you honestly expecting much of a response from your sophomoric, imbecilic post?

    is bush retarded? are you in the third grade?
    #10     Jul 21, 2006