Weapons of Mass Delusion: The Sorrow of our Veterans

"President Bush invaded Iraq because we were told, by the lying SOB who was at that time in charge of our "presidency", who decided that Saddam Hussein had "weapons of mass destruction and was 'plotting with Al Quaeda "terrorists" to attack America, though we know now that "our president's" statement was merely a gross line of bullshit to attract the "suckers" necessary to provide the necessary "cannon fodder" to make an invasion of Iraq possible. Of course, as we know now, the destruction of our World Trade Center was implemented by the Jewish owner of the building, who did not want to be financially responsible for the expensive renovation of the structure, which would have included the stripping of the asbestos plagued building. The "Al Quaeda" attack was, and is merely a smokescreen to cover up "our" government's own culpability for the murderous tragedy, which was to cost so many bright and intelligent American lives. Yet, despite the unquestioned reality of this tragic, and murderous incident, "we", meaning those who still imagine that "we're from the government, and we are here to help you" is still a logical way to interpret this horrible tragedy inflicted by our so-called "allies". I ask the readers of this blog to make up their own minds: Please read the "conspiracy" interpretation of the attack against our United States, and order the appropriate disk and tapes. Even Charlie Sheen, whose "Two and a half men" program is one of my favorites, has risked his entire career to inform a gullible American public. Only a coward, though I justifiably resent that label to be applied to me after the many bullets headed toward me in Trung Lap, where I served our United States as Advisory Team Leader, would do less for the welfare of our great American Nation.

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