I'm not sure if I spelled that right, but, Farenheit 911 is a documentary about the bush administration, and, it's obvious decpetion of the American public, and it's attempts to invade Iraq. It is a real eye opener.
People can never figure out why they never catch Bin laden. Well, if you see what was going on before 911, you understand pretty dam quick. The guy's family were multi-billionaires, and the Bush family was doing business with them through their various oil companies long before 911 occurred, and still doing business with them afterwards. They don't want to find him! At least not alive.
It was also very surprising to learn that the Bin laden family was in the United States the day of 911, and were the only ones allowed to fly out of the country when all other planes were grounded. People in the Bush Administration, the Bin ladens, and Saudi Oil made huge fortunes off 911.
Now, lets distract the American people buy blaming the whole thing on Iraq, and sucker us into war. While Oil companies and corporations tied to Dick Cheney and Bush make billions off from Iraq's demise. The only thing they weren't smart enough to know was that the people of Iraq weren't about to make it easy.
Otherwise we would no longer be there.
I knew from day one of the first Bush Administration that this was coming. Iran is next on the list. Thank god Bush, and the republican's didn't keep in the white house, if they had we
would probably be invading Iran as we speak.
If you haven't seen this movie, watch it. You will be shocked
by what you see, and probably mad as hell.
I don't have time to show you how wrong you are. You probably would only discount the evidence anyway. I do find it odd though that the left is so quick to pick up on these relationships Bus had with the Bin-Ladens, but they discount all the relationships to radicals, anti-capitalists, socialists, and communists that are friends with Obama, and let's not forget the ties Obama, and Gore has with Maurice Strong and a Chicago company positioned to trade carbon credits and make billions.
You're wasting your time. Truthers (which appears to be the case here) and birthers are all so far out, it is a complete waste of oxygen to argue with them.
The problem obviously isn't just Bush and Obama it is our obvious distrust of our politicians in general. I'm sure there are just as many people looking into Obama's background as there were into the Bush administration.
It would be nice to learn that we don't have any crooks in our government, but, it obviously is not the case. But, it would be even nicer if there was someone with enough balls to do something about it.
One reason why I recommend seeing the movie. It will open your eyes to a lot of things.
Why -- whenever someone slams Bush -- do conservatives throw out an Obama retort?
What does Obama have to do with the decisions Bush made or didn't make?
I hate it when people do this. It's like my kids: If I say to my son, "You forgot to clean your room," he has learned NOT to reply, "Yeah, but, my sister's room is worse!" My comment to him has nothing to do with his sister or her behavior.
Re: F911 -- It was an eye opener, yes ... But DO make sure to watch the rebuttal. I can't remember the name, but it includes F911 in the title. It may or may not alter your opinion, but at least you'll hear both sides.
Iran's response to Obama from Reuters:
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