[Community_studios] [Fwd: New From TomPaine.com: Iraq A Big Joke To W.]

tom poe tompoe at amihost.com
Fri Mar 26 06:33:07 EST 2004


This makes me so very sad for those families that lost loved ones, so
very sad for those families devastated by the invasion, so very sad for
all of us impacted by the acts of a few neocons who claim they're
Republicans.
Tom

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> To: tompoe at studioforrecording.org
> Subject: New From TomPaine.com: Iraq A Big Joke To W.
> Date: 25 Mar 2004 17:09:53 -0500
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> TOMPAINE.COM - Dispatch
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> <BR>Iraq A Big Joke To W.
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> >From The Dreyfuss Report
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> So Iraq is a big joke to President Bush. The frat-boy 
> president thinks that not finding weapons of mass 
> destruction in Iraq, at the cost of a nation ruined and 
> tens of thousands killed, is a towel-snapping hoot. 
> <P>
> In perhaps the most tasteless display ever put on by 
> a president, Bush made a funny out of Iraq at last 
> night's Radio-TV Correspondents Association dinner. 
> (No, I didn't go to that event. I haven't ever been to 
> one of those yuck-yuck insider sessions ever, and I 
> wouldn't go if I were invited, unless it were to 
> investigate the participants.)
> 
> Anyway, here is the account of Bush's supposedly 
> hilarious appearance before the tuxedo-clad elite, from 
> The Washington Post this morning: 
> <P>
> "He [Bush] put up dorky looking pictures of himself. A 
> recurring joke involved photos of the president in 
> awkward positions-bent over as if he's looking under a 
> table, leaning to look out a window-accompanied by 
> remarks such as 'Those weapons of mass destruction 
> must be somewhere!' and 'Nope, no weapons over 
> there!' and 'Maybe under here?'"
> <P>
> That's funny? I wish the tape of the president 
> cackling about his lies over Iraq could be broadcast on 
> Iraqi TV. And maybe shown to the families of U.S. 
> soldiers killed in Iraq.
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>  >> http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=ajleuzn6.sni7iyn6.uvgkuzn6.tiniiyn6.28358&p=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tompaine.com%2Fblog.cfm
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> Second Draft
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> by Normon Solomon
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> This week, the media halo fell off.
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> Click here to read this article. >> http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=ajleuzn6.sni7iyn6.vvgkuzn6.tiniiyn6.28358&p=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tompaine.com%2Ffeature2.cfm%2FID%2F10152
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> Democracy By Force
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> by Thomas Carothers and Geoffrey Swenson
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> Click here to read this article. >> http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=ajleuzn6.sni7iyn6.wvgkuzn6.tiniiyn6.28358&p=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tompaine.com%2Ffeature2.cfm%2FID%2F10151
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