BUSH and Freedom, Liberty and Democracy?
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When George Bush waffles on about freedom, liberty and democracy as if he knows something about the subject, most people either throw up or walk off in disgust.
You see, when young George talks about these lofty subjects, he is essentially talking nonsense. In other words, when it comes to the notions of freedom, liberty and democracy, George Bush is only capable of talking crap.
So who are the people and countries that Bush so vigorously defends and that are regarded as valued friends and allies of the
In the Asia-Pacific region,
There is a sweet little man called Hosni Mubarak,
Another Bush favourite is President Karsai of
Then there is another Bush favourite, General Pervez Musharraf, self-appointed President of Pakistan. I think Musharraf could be a bit of a gambler given his performances on the world stage. On one hand, he backs the
Then we have
And then lastly, there is
To those in the
The US Government runs a perfectly good Government-funded terrorist organisation called the CIA and it has been able to bypass all sorts of legal processes and international laws and a little research may tell volumes as to some of the activities that this outfit has been involved in.
So while your President continues to prop up grubby little dictators and other no-names internationally, George clearly not being clever enough to do otherwise, the CIA and other Bush instruments of power are constantly eating into the basic freedoms of Americans.
Perhaps the time has come for Americans to bring
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