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BCR Show 110 is here! 

Weekend-Monday  March 17-19, 2007  Vol 1945 - Quagmire: Year 5

Quote of the Day

"We get these calls from the White House: 
  'Oh, by the way, there's something else we 
   wanted to tell you.' My response is, Feel free 
   to tell us anything you want, but you'll be 
   telling us under oath." 
     -- Pat Leahy, (D-Got Sac?)   Link

 Is it true?
 Have we all lived long enough to see Partrick Leahy
 act like a man and put down his "I love Bush" rubberstamp?

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Plame-gate & WaHoPo 
Injured troops to Iraq 
Losing the war at home 
Year Five Begins 
Gonzo, Rove pressure 
Tortured Confessions 
Gonzales & Integrity 
Veronica Mars FBI?


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"We know that Karl had a recollection of Harriet's having raised it. And his recollection is 
  that he dismissed it as not a good idea. That's what we know." 
   --Tony Snow, backing away from the lies that Harriet Miers, Bush's nanny, had proposed 
      firing all 93 United States attorneys, "Shifting Explanations

 Well, if that's Karl's recolloection we can all take that to the bank
 because Karl's not the type of guy who'd lie - right, Tony?

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Plame-gate: Time to Fire WPost's Hiatt
 by Robert Parry

The testimony of Valerie Plame destroyed some of the long-standing myths about her outing as a covert CIA 
officer that have been circulated for more than three years by Bush's apologists, including Washington Post 
editorial page editor Fred Hiatt.

Indeed, Hiatt and his editorial page cohorts have made trashing Plame's husband and mocking the seriousness 
of Plame's exposure almost a regular feature, recycling many long-discredited White House talking points, 
including an attempt to question whether Plame was in fact "covert."

After Henry Waxman's hearing, those pro-Bush falsehoods stand in even starker disrepute - as should the 
reputation of the Post's editorial page, which has never quite reconciled itself to how thoroughly it fell for 
Bush's Iraq War deceptions.

Based on testimony before Waxman's committee, it also now is clear that while the Post was busy defending 
Bush on the Plame affair, the White House was conducting a systematic cover-up of its role in the leak.  is the most important site on the net.

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"45 percent of Republicans--say the ouster of the federal 
  prosecutors was driven by political concerns." 
    -- Newsweek poll,   Link

"We're not breaking any laws!
 Everything we're doing is legal!"

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Subject: The pink protester

I saw the Valerie Plame footage on ABC and CBS and both had a protester clearly visible behind Plame. 
She was in a bright  pink outfit with a shirt that said Impeach Bush Now.  Twas  wonderful. 
CBS actually acknowledged that there were protesters in the room. 
Once during Plame's testimony she made the shame shame sign with her fingers. 

Pretty funny.  I hope you saw her. 

I did see that, but why were there no other spectators in the room?
The protester was there with another few people and tons of empty chairs.

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"The department of Justice lives on credibility and 
  without it they are unable to perform their mission..."
   -- Bud Cummins, one of the eight fired US attorneys,   Link

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Subject: Constructive criticism

Bart, I'm always amazed by the people who lecture you or complain, in a friendly way or otherwise, 
about how you run your site or what you choose to do with your money, contributed or otherwise 
obtained. They seem to think you're a corporation answerable to stockholders or a public service 
agency or something with government standards (there's an oxymoron these days) - or a televangelist.

Your site is a private one-man operation that's actually answerable to no one but you, although obviously 
if you want people to support it and read it, you have to tailor it somewhat to their tastes. But no one is 
forced to read it, or to read all of it, and no one has to contribute. So, if they choose to do so, why complain 
about what you do with the money? Now, if someone gave you a nice check specifically to buy a computer, 
say, and you blew it on booze and then complained about not having the computer, that would be different.

It seems extra weird when a non-supporter bitches, like that Tim guy.

Anyway, just a thought. As long as you tell the truth and bash Bushco, I'll contribute.
 Liz Mac

Liz, thanks for that.

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Is this the biggest outrage yet?
Badly injured troops sent to Iraq

As the military scrambles to pour more soldiers into Iraq, a unit of the Army's 3rd Infantry Division is
deploying troops with serious injuries and other medical problems, including GIs who doctors have said
are medically unfit for battle. Some are too injured to wear their body armor, according to medical records.

"This is not right," said Sgt. Ron Jenkins, who has been ordered to Iraq even though he has a spine problem
that doctors say would be damaged further by heavy Army protective gear. "It's about taking care of soldiers,"
he said angrily. "If you are fit to fight you are fit to fight. If you are not fit to fight, then you are not fit to fight."

One female soldier with psychiatric issues and a spine problem has been in the Army for nearly 20 years.
"My [health] is deteriorating," she said over dinner at a restaurant near Fort Benning. "My spine is separating.
I can't carry gear." Her medical records include the note "unable to deploy overseas." Her status was also
reviewed on Feb. 15. And she has been ordered to Iraq this week.

A soldier named Smith needs to sleep with a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine pumping air
into his mouth and nose. "Otherwise," he says, "I could die." But based on his last tour, he is not convinced he
will be able to be in places with constant electricity or will be able to fix or replace his CPAP machine should it fail.

Bush's cronies are "sexing up" the medical files of gravely injured soldiers so they can have enough troops
for Herr Idiot's surge.   We know Bush and Cheney are insane, but how do they get soldiers to throw other
soldiers into the meat grinder when they can't even wear protective armor?


Why are the military families helping Butcher Bush with their silence?
Tens of thousands of American military families remain silent while their dads, brothers, husbands
struggle with Bush's cutbacks - what is wrong with them that they would tolerate such abuse?

If an injured veteran in my family was getting screwed by Bush,
I'd e-mail,
I'd e-mail,
I'd e-mail,
I'd e-mail,
I'd e-mail,
I'd e-mail,
and if none of the top liberal blogs would talk to me, I'd e-mail

Mark my words - and you can because every word is archived, someday this country will
wake up and find out we have 150,000 Bloody Quagmire amputees and ask for our help.
They'll pretend it was "such a shock," but they'll be lying whores.

There are tens of thousands of untold stories right now.,
Why is nobody telling these stories now?

I want to hear about it  NOW - before we send more men into Bush's meatgrinder.

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Bush losing the war at home, too


A new CNN poll shows that support for the Iraq war had dwindled to 35 percent.
In 2004, support for the war was about 56 percent. Last year, the number dipped to 37 percent,
and today about 35 percent of Americans say they support the war, according to the poll.

Support for the war in Afghanistan also has seen a considerable decline as 88 percent of those 
polled in 2001 said they were behind the conflict. This month's poll indicates that support lingers around 53 percent.

Also, according to the poll, about 55 percent of Americans feel the war in Afghanistan is "going badly." 

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Subject: Stop Rewriting History

Bart, you wrote:

> "Why did Dems give Kerry a pass for his vote in 2004
>  but then hold Her to a higher standard three years later?"

Many of us didn't. Just why do you think Lerch lost?

Because "Democrats" like you refused to vote for him?


You fell for Rush's bullshit.
Kerry voted for the war when Bush said Iraq's oil would pay for it.
Kerry vorted against the war when Bush said WE would pay for it.
You can't vote for and against the same bill, moron.

With Kerry being a supporter of Bush's War, many of us including me took a pass on Kerry
and many more passed because of his lack of conviction to later stand by his authorization vote.

That's how we got Bush - people like you refused to vote for the Democrat.
Are you ashamed of yourself for helping Bush win?

Kerry voted in favor of the Iraq War as did Hillary and now 3,210 of our kids are dead.
Neither is qualified to be President.

I'm sure the Republicans appreciate your support.

Further, Hillary is noncommittal/ refuses to take a stand on gays in the military.
Faggots are good enough to die in this clusterfuck as long as they keep their
mouths shut about being queer. Does this sound like leadership to you?

She's going to be president - that sounds like a winner to me.

Then, Hillary states that if elected she will continue to maintain troops in Iraq
and continue the occupation.

They say the fuse has been lit - is running away the best way to handle that?

Are you a warmonger also, no better than Bush or Cheney and is this the policy you support?
I sure as hell don't. Out of Iraq NOW. TODAY. THIS FUCKING INSTANT!!!

There are choices to be made.
Ignoring the world war Bush started might be a bad decision.

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Year Five begins with Iraq Chaos 


On a wintry night in 2003, as U.S. troops gathered to invade a helpless Iraq, President Custer 
described what the country and the Middle East would look like after Saddam was murdered.

"A liberated Iraq can show the power of freedom to transform that vital region, by bringing hope 
and progress into the lives of millions,'' Bush predicted Feb. 26, 2003, at a Washington dinner.

Today, Saddam is gone but Iraq has descended into internecine conflict. Sectarian murders rose last 
year to 1,200 in December from 200 in January before declining early this year. More than 140,000 
American troops are stuck there with no hope of getting out anytime soon, and overt 3,200 have died.

As thew GOP and the American media conitnue to tell us everything is working as planned, people
instintively know they're being lied to and can't wait to vote against thr bastards in next year's elections.

The biggest winner is Bush's bloody quagmire has been Iran, the U.S.'s staunchest adversary in the region.
That rattles American partners such as Egypt and Saudi Arabia, who also are concerned that Bush's bungle
may soon ripple into their countries, thereby igniting a global jihad - all because a little boy had a hardon for oil.

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Subject: just curious

Are you a believer in Jesus Christ ?

I am just curious.

Patrik, I think a man named Jesus probably existed, but I have a problem with the legend.
Reading between the lines, I think my answer is "no."

The idea, ...that when you die your soul goes to the cloud place where you can see and visit the dead
is equally stupid to Mohammed Atta getting his 72 virgins and we all laugh at his religious insanity - right?. 

Sometimes I wonder how the GOP can sell the myth that giving the super-rich more money somehow
benefits the super-poor, but then I remember that some people sacrifice their entire lives so they can
enjoy "eternity with the Invisible Cloud Being" and I want to hurl.

Bart's Law Number One says:
People want to be lied to.
People want to believe that there's some "next world" for them after they die.
People are scared and they're stupid and they'll believe a snakeoil salesman with a toothy smile.

Weeks ago, I was watching Survivor: Fuji Islands on TV with Mrs Bart.
I knew it was gross-out week when Jeff asked, "Who's hungry?"

Apparently in Fuji, they eat things like fish eyes and pig snouts, so the contestants
were challenged to eat fish eyes and pig snouts to see who would win the next reward.

I thought to my bad self: "This is just like religion."

People in Fuji eat fish eyes because their parents did.
People in Fuji pig snout because their parents did.
People believe the insane idea that there's an afterlife because their parents do.

One can't help but be a victim of their parents, but as Joe Strummer said,
"You must not act the way you were brought up."

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"Gonzales says he is not going anywhere. Never mind that he is caught up in the biggest scandal 
involving a sitting Attorney General since the sordid days of the 1920s. Never mind that the scandal 
that plagues Gonzales involves the same sort of concerns about the politicization of the Department 
of Justice and the federal bureaucracy that ultimately forced Richard Nixon from office in the 1970s. 
If Gonzales refuses to resign, and if Bush refuses to [act], Congress is fully empowered to force the 
hand of the attorney general." 
   -- John Nichols,    Lawless Attorney General

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Subject: BCR Show 110 feedback

Show #110 was too good!

Esp tweedledum stumbling his lying ass backwards & forwards on
the firing of the U.S. attorneys serving "at his pleasure".
Gawd I wanta hurl every time one of those toadies spews that horseshit!

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"A new study shows that United States Attorney offices may have been politicized throughout 
the Bush administration. A study of reported federal investigations of elected officials and 
candidates shows that Bush's Justice Department pursues Democrats far more than Republicans. 
79 percent of elected officials and candidates who've faced a federal investigation (a total of 379) 
between 2001 and 2006 were Democrats, the study found - only 18 percent were Republicans. 
During that period, Democrats made up 50 percent of elected officeholders and office seekers 
during the time period, and 41 percent were Republicans during that period, according to the study. "
The chance of such a heavy Democratic-Republican imbalance occurring
at random is 1 in 10,000," according to the study's authors."
   -- Paul Kiel, February 7, 2007,

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Subject: The Bartcop Hex--I saw it in action today

Bart,  I was at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Saturday afternoon.  When Tiger Woo came to the ninth
he drove the ball into the rough and then, while putting, managed to hit the ball so that it went into the cup
and then popped back out, costing him a stroke.

The crowd went "awwwww" but I smiled and said to my wife, "Man, that Bartcop hex is a bitch."

In response to this unfortunate putt, Woo threw his club to the ground as if he were a five year old
who drove the ball into one of the windmill blades at Goony Golf.

The ol' hex is still working.
Ans your other hex is working on those monsters in the White House.

Bart, please keep swinging your mighty hammer and working that mighty voodoo.
 Ken G.
 Sanford, FL

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Pressure Builds Over Gonzales, Rove

As Congress probes deeper, real crimes, like obstruction of justice, may be exposed. But for now, the scandal
is perhaps best understood as the late-term agonies of an unpopular president - made more poignant by the
possibility that Bush will have to dump Gonzales, one of his oldest friends in politics. And if nothing else,
the flap is one more instance of administration bumbling.

Judging from the e-mails released last week, the White House knew a backlash was coming. In December, as the
Justice Department was preparing to sack seven U.S. attorneys, Gonzales's chief of staff Sampson e-mailed
Harriet Miers, "Prepare to Withstand Political Upheaval." Sampson warned that "U.S. attorneys desiring to
save their jobs (aided by their allies in the political arena as well as the Justice Department community) likely
will make efforts to preserve themselves in office. We should expect those efforts to be strenuous."

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Tortured Confessions
  by Garland Nixon

What a shock, after months of torture Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has confessed to 29
separate terrorist incidents. You can go to this link to see the list of terror plots he has
admitted to have either planned or participated in.

Now I must ask the question, since obviously the mainstream media won't. If you were
tortured for a significant period of time, wouldn't you admit to all 29 of those terror plots?
I must be honest here, I am no tough guy and I would admit to every one of those and
many more after about five minutes of torture. Heck, even the threat of torture is enough
to get me to admit to just about any crime in world history.

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Subject: Khalid Sheikh Mohammed

hey, Bart....Khalid Sheikh Mohammed also fessed up to killing 
Richard Kimble's wife, too...the one armed man was a scapegoat!


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Gay Porn Star 'Rod Majors' Honored by GOP

There's a big storm over at the BartBlog.
I dared to suggest that maybe we can't bring the troops home right away. 

Of course, those who disagree immediately revert to personal sexual attacks because 
they can't fathom the idea that maybe things aren't as easy as "Bring them home right now!"

But isn't that why we need a Democrat in the White House?
Because not everything about foreign policy is black and white?

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Subject: Iraq Solutions

I'm thinking that Jr. and Dick have fubar'd the place so bad that  there isn't a "solution." 

Someday, probably sooner than later, the Shiites are going to try and completely wipe out the Sunnis. 
And  there really isn't anything we can do about it.  I say let's deploy our troops to the borders. 
I would support adding troops if all they were doing was guarding the border. This might be the only 
effective way to keep Iran and Saudi Arabia out of the mess. Of course there's no way it  would be 
100% effective but there are no "good" choices at this point. People have to realize that no matter 
who's president  next, there are going to be US Troops in Iraq. but that's Jr's fault, not the next President.

Have a great day
 James T

James, I agree.
If Bush had any brains (Should I bother to finish?) he would've sent enough troops to guard 
the borders in the first place to prevent outsiders from pouring into Iraq with explosives.
Since he didn't, it furthers the arfument that Bush needed chaos so he could orevent reporters
from driving up to oil pumps and asking why there are no meters on the pumps.

If our troops were located between Iran and Iraq, they wouldn't die because there'd be no need to
drive around on mined roads. Any anyone approaching them could be warned, then "handled." 

Years ago, the vulgar Pigboy suggested we just sit back and watch the two sides kill each other.
At the time, it was typical GOP heartlessness but now, things are so bad it may be our only choice.

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Subject: Ashcroft


I really don't think the Justice Department was very squeaky clean under John "Crisco Anointed" Ashcroft either.
Both Bush AGs have been nothing but loyal puppet hit men who try to ignore or cover the big crimes.
Ashcroft's big busts included hookers in New Orleans, medicinal pot distributors, Tommy Chong,
Martha Stewart, anti-nuke and war protesting grandmothers and Jose Padila.

Plus he got Lady Justice to cover her boobs, a BIG victory for America.

Ashcroft spent months on the Plame affair before turning it over to Fitzgerald. Some say this is because of
the surfacing of evidence during the investigation that pointed to people he worked with closely in the WH.

Could he have moved on because he did the right thing or more likely,
because he didn't appropriately finish the job of sweeping it all under the carpet?

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Subject: BCR Show 110

Bart, great show. I especially liked the segment from the Bartcopter.

This whole bidness of monkey boy saying the US attorneys "serve at the pleasure of the president"
and then saying he had nothing to do with the firings seems very contradictory to my addled brain.

Keep swinging the hammer!
 Steve in Seattle

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I was wrong...

"I will work with my colleagues to ensure that these types of abuses never happen again,"
 added Kerry, who was one of 36 senators to vote against the confirmation of Gonzalez.

OK, so I got that wrong, but the FU still applies to all those who wrote and told me to "stop lying."
Thanks to the dozens who wrote without calling screaming "cocksucker" at me.

Christ, you guys should line up and show me YOUR 1,944 mistake-free pages...

Besides, if Kerry had my batting average he'd be president now.

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Subject: Newt

Bart, everyone in Leetonia, OH knew about Newt and his affair YEARS ago. 
Newt's wife Mary Ann is from Leetonia, and her sister used to whine about Newt 
stepping out on her sister, long before he was speaker in  1994. 

After he made speaker, they all shut up and pretended he was a saint. 

The American whore press knew about it too, for years and years,
but they protected Newt because that's their job.

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"People are really angry about a web site that encourages people to vote for the worst singer.
  This is not a joke. We're voting for the next 'American Idol' here. This is not some kind of game. 
  I know it was funny when we reelected President Bush, but this is serious." 
     -- Jimmy Kimmel

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From: 'You simply like to fuck off far too much' Tim

Subject: constructive criticism from an ally and friend

I really do love your site, and I absolutely hate to get here and find you closed for business. I guess I'm an addict.
But I am certain many people, including those who can afford to subscribe, feel just as I do when you

1. Talk about drinking $400 liquor,

A shot of Chinaco costs about $1.60 when you buy it by the bottle.
Thirty of us chipped in a bought expensive tequila for the Vegas party
because we couldn't afford it any other way.

2. Go on and on about your gambling trips and parties,

First, don't assume everything you read is true. After all, I'm in the entertainment business.
Second, we almost always fly free and when we go to Vegas, we try to go when the rates are cheap.

Besides, who'd want to read a trip report about driving to Okmulgee, Oklahoma
and buying a nice cold Budweiser and how great it tasted?

3. and then moan about not having the backup equipment you need.
One less bottle of Chinaco or one less card party could insure that
you never have to go without the computers you need.

Damn, new computers are $35 now?
I didn't know.

So if you actually do have days off  because of computer problems it is STILL
your fault and a fault of your lifestyle.

Hmmm, if you drink beer or don't drink at all, your computer never needs repair?
I didn't know.

Buy what you NEED with your prescribers cash, and less of what you LIKE.

Yes, Mother - sorry I acted like I was my own man.
By the way - shouldn't you subscribe if you're going to lecture me about money?

Anyway, I'm glad I could help you in your effort to convince those who do pay
that you actually are piss poor and in great need, and doing the best you can.

I'm not piss poor, but leukemia is slowly killing me and I need to leave Mrs Bart with as much money as I can. 
I try not to wave that leukemia flag a lot, but I can't have people thinking I'm on some happy joyride. 
I need to raise as much money as I can as fast as I can - thus the weekly radio shows

Also, being human, I'd like to have a little fun before I go - if that's OK with you.

If you can't stop the wasteful spending at least give up the on-page B.S. about Chinaco
and gambling. I'd guess you could gather much more sympathy (and cash) if your readers weren't
constantly being reminded of how much better you live than the rest of us.

Want to trade places?

Believe it or not we DO NOT go on gambling trips OR "sip" expensive drinks.

Quitting my day job to depend on people like you for support was a gamble, too.

We work and stay home WISHING we had that kind of life.

If you put your monthly expenses on a Southwest Airlines VISA card, you'd fly free, too.
I fail to understand why more people don't do that.

Always your friend, (the best friends will knock you in the head when you need it)

Friends can talk to each other without assuming facts that aren't true.
Friends can also talk without being assholes about it.

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Notorious B.I.G. Leads Pop Chart


The Notorious B.I.G.  grabbed the No. 1 slot on the U.S. pop album charts for the second time since 
he was murdered by some crooked lOs Angeles cops in 1997, according to sales data issued Wednesday. 

The late rapper's "Greatest Hits" sold 99,000 copies in the week ended March 11, Nielsen SoundScan reported.
The package is Notorious B.I.G. 's third chart-topper, his second posthumously, and features two previously 
unreleased tracks, "Running Your Mouth" and "Want That Old Thing Back." The rapper, born Christopher Wallace, 
was murdered in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles 10 years ago almost to the date, on March 9, 1997. 

 Iraq pumped 3.5M barrels daily before Bush invaded
 and then they got their 2003 Halliburton upgrade

Bush is stealing $220,000,000 every day.

No wonder they were so eager to start a war,

stealing  $220,000,000 every day.

It's the biggest theft in Earth's history.

Exxon made $10B profit in 90 days
 $100M a day - all profit - because Bush started a fake war


Bush's "Bring 'em on" death taunt is up to...

3,203....3,217 American victims

We lost  14 more soldiers since last update
while the Little Dictator plays with himself.

...and how much did BIG OIL make yesterday?
Exxon makes $108M - every day

(And that's just ONE oil company)

14 more soldiers are dead, but that's OK because
Exxon makes $75,000 profit per minute

Bush can live with that,
because Iraq's oil wells have no meters
and his front company is moving to Dubai.

Bush has killed more Americans than Osama.

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Bush's First 'War on Terror' Blunder
 by Peter Dyer

On Oct 14, 2001, Bush rejected an offer by the Taliban to hand over Osama bin Laden. 

Afghanistan's deputy prime minister, Haji Abdul Kabir, had announced that if the United States 
stopped bombing Afghanistan and produced evidence of bin Laden's involvement in 9/11, 
"we would be ready to hand him over to a third country."

Bush responded: "There's no need to discuss innocence or guilt. We know he's guilty. Turn him over."

His decision to continue the bombing closed the door on any possibility of a peaceful, legal and 
relatively rapid resolution of the shocking terror of 9/11.

It essentially cemented a course of American military aggression in the region which was to lead to 
the invasion and occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq and to the threat of invasion of Iran.

If Bush had seriously pursued the Taliban's offer, managed to apprehend Osama peacefully and 
arranged a fair and transparent trial, such as the Madrid bombing trial currently underway in Spain, 
al-Qaeda might have been neutralized without firing a shot.


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