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• Bush worse than Hussein


This is a comment left over at the Communist News Network Ticker…

Bush is far worse than Hussein was and he was murdered for war crimes. Bush needs to be put on trial for war crimes. He lead us into a war under false pretenses. That is a crime. Thousands of innocent people have been killed because of him. The rest of the world would be wise to see that Bush is a tyrant and he must be punished according to international laws.


Posted By Rodney Dallas TX : September 7, 2007 2:13 pm

 (Paraphrased… Kill George Bush)


Here’s another great one:

We sure are.We’re responsible for the death of more than 600,000 dead Iraqi’s so far.Heck,most of them are women and children.If you really step it up George,you can kill enough of them so that there won’t be any more Iraqi’s left after we kill the present generation. If you try EXTRA HARD you can still catch Adolph Hitler for second place on the all-time list of mass murderers.However,you’d have to go nuclear to catch Stalin but I wouldn’t put it past you.


Posted By Jeff Old Bridge,NJ : September 7, 2007 12:14 pm

(Paraphrased… George Bush = Hitler… how original) Where the hell did he get 600,000 women and children from?



  1. Sookiesue says:

    600,000 was the number reached by the only scientifically based and statistically sound study performed on the question. A simple Google revealed that information.


    Human Rights Watch has estimated Saddam Hussein’s regime killed 250,000 to 290,000 people over 20 years.

    So unless you are able to write off the study as a liberally biased propaganda job, and the HRW numbers as the same, there is only one conclusion: Bush is responsible for double the deaths of Iraqi civilians – and over a much lesser time span.

  2. Ed says:

    It also says this… The Lancet study, funded largely by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for International Studies, said while the percentage of deaths attributed to the U.S.-led coalition has decreased over the past year, coalition forces were involved in 31% of all violent deaths since March 2003.

    Most of the deaths in Iraq, particularly in the past two years, have been caused by insurgent, terrorist and sectarian violence.

    Death sucks. Saddam sucked. War sucks. Islamo Fascism sucks. What do you want to do? How do you want to change this? What makes you think that I want this happening? The fact is that this is the world we are in now. I don’t care who you think will be a better president, Billary or Fred, both will do the same. The soldiers will stay, those nut jobs in the middle east will continue to blow themselves up and soldiers, American soldiers will continue to kick ass and take names. War is hell, people die, get over it.

  3. Sookiesue says:

    “Most of the deaths in Iraq, particularly in the past two years, have been caused by insurgent, terrorist and sectarian violence.”

    Not sure what your point is here. Had it NOT been for the invasion by the US, these events would not have unfolded. We destroyed the governmental infrastructure of Iraq, and replaced it with nothing. Interestingly, Dick Cheney predicted this exact course of events in an interview back in 93, justifying the rationale for not taking Baghdad during the 1st war.

    As far as “kicking ass and taking names”. No, this is not a sporting event. And if 600,000 American’s had died after an invasion by a “liberator”, I think you would feel a bit differently.

  4. Ed says:

    Ok… but we are there and we must stay true. Unless of course you are for the terrorists being able to take control of a place where the oil flows like water in the Colorado River. He had the weapons, this administration isn’t the first to know this and people like Hillary agreed to go in. Now that it’s difficult we are supposed to pull out? There were 16,885 alcohol-related fatalities in 2005 – 39 percent of the total traffic fatalities for the year. Impeach Jack Daniels.

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