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Hey!....wait a minute!

George Bush addressed the Nation from the Oval Office on 9/11. That might have been expected.

But, reflect for a moment on the idiocy, and nonsene, of this statement in his speech:

"They will not leave us alone. They will follow us. The safety of America depends on the outcome of the battle in the streets of Baghdad."

Hey? With all the evidence concluding that there was never any connection between Iraq and 9/11, what Bush has said - no doubt put in his mouth by his idiot advisors who seem as equally stupid as their boss - is just plain balderdash! Will people really believe this rubbish?

Read the report in the LA Times, here, of Bushs' speech.


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