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09:30 AM on 11/21/2008
I don't believe that Bush yet fully grasps the contempt and incompetence with which he is viewed throughout the World. That can only come when he no longer holds the power of his present office. It will be interesting to see what he can accomplish as a former president, if he tries to do anything at all.
09:36 AM on 11/21/2008
Throughout the world, with the most contempt coming from his own people.
09:28 AM on 11/21/2008
You mean we can't take over a foreign country & get the locals to give us their stuff?

WEIRD.
09:24 AM on 11/21/2008
Oh the irony.
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LeBelAge
09:24 AM on 11/21/2008
Bush is trying to trap Obama in Iraq for 3 more years. The Iraqi people shouldn't be the only ones in the streets protesting this agreement.
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LBA7895
09:31 AM on 11/21/2008
I believe Obama can cancel the contract 1 minute after he takes the Oath of Office; and I hope that's his first official act, with firing Patraeus 2nd.
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09:39 AM on 11/21/2008
I hope so, and I second your second as well.
11:31 AM on 11/21/2008
You are right.
Does anyone know if there are any organized movements actively working on seeing to it that Bush and his band of criminals are held accountable? I would like to get involved.
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cybertoothcat
09:23 AM on 11/21/2008
Hmmmm.....what was it that Dick Cheney said about being "welcomed as liberators" ? With an approval rating near freezing, the American people have no respect for Dubya, who has inflicted nearly as much damage upon us as he has on the Iraqis.
The only reason we haven't burned Dubya and Cheney in effigy is that we hate to waste the gasoline on them. They'll soon be gone, but perhaps a trip to the Hague is in order.
09:21 AM on 11/21/2008
Were the sandals and water bottles made of sweets and flowers?
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DFutureIsNow
09:32 AM on 11/21/2008
lol
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09:20 AM on 11/21/2008
They never wanted us there to begin with. This is no suprise. This is Bush's legacy and American's are paying the price of being hated around the world.
09:28 AM on 11/21/2008
BS... there are radicals that dont want us there. The majority did, which are shiites, and they are glad that there will not be anymore genoicide under sadaam. People make such a big deal about genoicide in Darfur, but let us not forget the hundreds of thousands Sadaam killed in one fail swoop. Oh but thats right, thats not the same because it might actually legitimize the war and actually make Bush look good. We cant make that bible toting president look good god forbid, it might actually fringe on the secular progressive movement that is driving by the media in this world!
09:36 AM on 11/21/2008
Saddam hated terrorists and Islamists.and dealt with them accordingly. You piecemeal the job.
09:43 AM on 11/21/2008
Sounds like you want the U.S. to invade any country they think has a rogue leader. Fact is the U.S. can't even police America let alone all the other nations in world. Grow up.
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MegaSAHD is where its @
09:18 AM on 11/21/2008
So, that went well.

That whole, spread democracy with the Army thing...

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americanalien
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09:17 AM on 11/21/2008
Away with the dictator, Away with him!
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ROBOT8
09:12 AM on 11/21/2008
BUSH FALLS UNDER THE DEFINITION OF A TERRORIST- WHY ISN'T HE BEING TREATED LIKE ONE????
"act of terrorism" means an activity that -- (A) involves a violent act 
or an act dangerous to human life that is a violation of the criminal 
laws of the United States or any State, or that would be a criminal 
violation if committed within the jurisdiction of the United States or 
of any State; and (B) appears to be intended (i) to intimidate or coerce 
a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by 
intimidation or coercion; or (iii) to affect the conduct of a government 
by assassination or kidnapping.

Ref: United States Code Congressional and Administrative News, 98th Congress, 
Second Session, 1984, Oct. 19, volume 2; par. 3077, 98 STAT. 2707 (West 
Publishing Co., 1984).
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09:18 AM on 11/21/2008
Wait until the simpleminded trolls come out and spew how Bush liberated Iraq.
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Samalabear
10:03 AM on 11/21/2008
My son used to wear a tee shirt that had Bush's face with the words No. 1 Terrorist. I think he's had it since around 2004 and he was given hell over it everywhere he went. In the last couple of years he's gotten thumbs-up wherever he goes, if he happens to wear it, which he doesn't do much anymore.