Bush Has Made Osama and Al Qaeda A Greater Threat Than Before 9/11

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    The deaths of Tillman, Berg and all other American Military Heroes and Patriots killed daily in Afghanistan and Iraq by the Al Qaeda and other terrorists and “insurrectionists” prove to the World that the hellacious failures in leadership by Bush, and his "First Team" Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rice and Wolfowitz have strengthened Osama and the Al Qaeda and Terrorism more than ever before as a greater threat to America and the World than before 9/11.

    Bush's failures in leadership against terrorism, and his out of control deficit spending are undermining America's economic, political, and social systems are creating a miserable future for our children.

    Bush continues to fail to exterminate Osama and the Al Qaeda, while wasting irreplaceably valuable resources in Iraq before accomplishing the highest 9/11 priority of destroying Al Qaeda

    Bush, who claimed to be a Bush Family Business Expert in Oil, claimed that all a “strong leader” had to do to control oil prices was to "jawbone" with his Saud Family friends. Instead, out of control Bush era oil prices are destroying more jobs and businesses due to out of control gasoline prices, and threaten America’s economy for decades or permanently.

    Bush who claimed to be a "Uniter, not a Divider" got his promise turned around by dividing America more than anytime in history since the Civil War.

    Local governments are downsizing desperately needed funding for education, public safety and health programs for children and families like never before since WWII because of "Trickle Down Shutoff" by Federal and State governments throughout the country.

    Economic and Social Instabilities on Wall Street and Out of Control Violence and Crime are breaking down the social fabric of America because Washington DC politicians in both parties, plus Bush have totally failed to do carry out their primary obligations to America.
     
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    Soldiers risk death so that innocent citizens don't have to. That's their job and that's what they voluntered for.

    Got any evidence to back up the claim that al Qaeda is stronger than it was pre-9/11? Considering that terrorists and insurgents haven't managed to kill half as many soldiers as they did innocent civilians on 9/11, I'd have to say you don't have any idea what you're talking about.

    How many terrorists died on 9/11? How many have died since?

    How many domestic attacks have we had since 9/11?
    How many jobs were created in the past 7 months?
    What does every economic trend indicate?

    What do you suggest he do? "Destroying al Qaeda" is very easy to say.

    Sure. Blame Bush for the rising price of crude. Got any evidence to back up that claim?

    Why is it if a conservative does anything it's consider divisive?
    Would imposing social institutions not favored by a majority of Americans by judicial decree be considered 'dividing America'? Considering half the people who voted voted for Bush don't be upset if half the people like his policies.

    I didn't realize the Federal and state governments were supposed to fund the local governments.

    Crime and propping up the economy are not the federal government's primary obligations. Besides, the economy is on fire.

    Come on out of that cave.
     
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    Too bad Clinton wasted eight years letting the terrorist threat grow from a brushfire to a conflagration. The first World Trade Center attack, bombings in Africa and Saudia Arabia, the U.S.S Cole and the planning for 9/11 all occurred on Clinton's watch. The 9/11 horror was unprovoked and killed three times more in one day than our military has lost in both Afghanistan and Iraq. Almost three years later and we have been spared another 9/11.

    Bush inherited the mess Clinton created by his inaction. It takes time and sacrifice but at least we have a President who is not sweeping problems under the rug.

    As for links between Saddam Hussein and al Qaeda, you will see them listed on another thread dealing specifically with that issue.
    They are well-documented and numerous. But the Bush team has also ended the Taliban sanctuary and is aggressively pursing the terrorists where they choose to operate, whether in the Middle East, Africa or Pakistan for example.
     
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    That's true in the sense that it is crashing and burning.
     
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    International terrorism is a greater threat today than it was on 9/10, and will remain that way until Bush does his job of exterminating Osama and Al Qaeda ASAP, because the world is not on his side in Iraq, and too many American Heroes and Patriots and dying in the wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time for the wrong reason in Iraq.
     
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    Where do you get your info? The comics?
     
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    Greater threat? What about all the attacks in the 90's? How many attacks have US Embassies, etc. had perpetrated against them since 9-11? - 0 -

    Pretty good in my opinion and perhaps that is the problem.... Bush and company are doing such a good job, you guys forget what it was like before 911....

    The Cole, Kenya, Tanzania, etc.

    DOH!
     
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    >Greater threat? What about all the attacks in the 90's? How many attacks have US Embassies, etc. had perpetrated against them since 9-11? - 0 -< Freeandfun1

    Excuse me, but i seem to remember many suicide bombings of US embassies in many places, like Iraq, Indonesia, Turkey, etc...ever hear of those places??? And what bout the 700+ soldiers we've lost because of this war, that sounds like we've been attacked, or did we just blow ourselves up???
     
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