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Bush press conference.

Posted by QB on September 15, 2006

Bush urged Congress on Friday to join in backing legislation to spell out strategies for interrogating and trying terror suspects, saying “the enemy wants to attack us again.”

Fear tactics. Bush dropping Weapon of Mass Fear on ill informed uneducated Americans.

“It’s unacceptable to think there’s any kind of comparison between the behavior of the United States of America and the action of Islamic extremists who kill innocent women and children to achieve an objective,” said Bush, growing animated as he spoke.

I really don’t understand this statement. US shock and awe killed tens of thousands Iraqi women children elderly unarmed civilians. Oh I am slow in understanding simple statements they were not killed by shock and awe they actually were liberated.

“We all want the troops to come home as quickly as possible,” he said. But he said Gen. George Casey, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, needed reinforcements “to help the Iraqis achieve their objective.”

Hahaha. What about the permanent bases in Iraq Mr. President? Still you are not telling the truth.

“And that’s the way I will continue to conduct the war. I’ll listen to the generals,” Bush said. “Maybe it’s not the politically expedient thing to do. But you can’t make decisions based on politics about how to win a war.”

Win a war. Which war you are winning? Iraq or Afghanistan. None. You are not going to win the war the way you are fighting.

Bush said that it was vital to clarify the law to protect intelligence professionals who are called on to question detainees to obtain vital information. He called it an important debate that “defines whether or not we can protect ourselves. Congress has got a decision to make.”

Don’t complain when US soldiers go through tortured when get become the prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, foreign ministers of the European Union on Friday called on the United States to respect international law in its handling of terror suspects after Bush acknowledged the U.S. had run secret prisons abroad.

“We reiterate that in combating terrorism, human rights and human standards have to be maintained,” said Finnish Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja, speaking on behalf of the 25 EU ministers.

Listen and try to understand the intelligent words of wisdom.

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