GWB's Library: Theme of the Magic Library
On George W. Bush's Watch
Library of Katrina, Iraq War and Florida's Vote Recount
The theme is the opening of the George Walker ("Dubya") Bush library: This Morning, I heard Laura Bush say of the George W. Bush Presidential Library, scheduled to open this morning, they just wanted people to see how difficult it is to make decisions, as President of the United States.
And in the same breath Mrs. Bush mentioned: Hurricane Katrina, the Iraq War, and the re-count of Florida's votes.
Q. Re-count? What re-count?
And now comes the 'Magic,' where truth is turned into lies and lies are turned into truth.
Q. Is the overthrown Statue/Bust of Saddam Hussein mounted in Bush's Library?
Iraq War History re-write
Nobody blames George W. Bush for the Afghanistan War! Other than the FACT that he striped Social Security of its surplus funding. But, Iraq?
Q. Does George W. Bush brag about setting the people free, from the terrible dictator, Saddam Hussein?
Q. Does he look in every corner of his library for the weapons of mass destruction?
Making a Case for War
- THE CASE FOR THE WAR IN IRAQ
For years I was researching, how George W. Bush got away with the things he got away with, and why he was never questioned.
President and Mrs. Obama to Attend
President and Mrs. Obama and three other former Presidents and their wives Attended the 'Grand Opening' of GWB's Presidential Library.
The cost to visit the new Presidental Library is $16. I heard on the radio. Of course that could have changed by now, two days later.
$16. is not enough, they would need to pay ME $1,600 just to enter the Library of GWB's Lies.
$16.00 Is The Cost
What would you pay to be Convinced that George W. Bush Did everything right?
Protesting the Library of Lies
- Protesters outside GW Bush Library Opening - YouTube
Quick vid of some protesters I took while driving by
Florida's vote re-count of 2000.
It surprised me that Laura Bush, mentioned the vote recount in Florida 2000.
Q. Does George W. Bush really believe that he would have legitimately won?
Florida 2000 Recount - The Real Truth
Why is GWB Opening a Library Here and Not In Iraq?
Yesterday, April 24th, 2013, an article by staff writer, David Flick, in The Dallas Morning News caught my attention. Normally I don’t pay much attention to protest/demonstrations, unless it is something that I believe in passionately, but this was different.
The protesters seemed unlikely protesters. After all this was the protest against the honoring of a man who claimed to have liberated some of these same protesters.
In Mr. Flick’s article he quoted another Iraqi, Salam Talib, who represents the Dallas Peace Center, who said the war had made Bush unpopular with the people he claimed to have liberated.
“Why is he opening a library here and not in Iraq?” Talib said. “I guarantee if he tried to open one in Iraq, it would not last very long.
Protesting the GWB Library
Across North Central Expressway from a building that is set to have a grand opening tomorrow, April 25, 2013. Some Iraqis Citizens and United States Iraq war veterans, joined forces to protest the opening of the Presidential Library in honor of the legacy of George W. Bush. Farah Mushin, from Baghdad said in the article “We are here to remind the world that the Bush legacy has nothing honorable about it.”
How proud the man who was once our President must be, having a building dedicated in his honor, and having previous Presidents there to bring credibility to his legacy and, validate his lies. The man who stood on the deck of a ship and proudly proclaimed ‘mission accomplished.’ The man who bragged about how he would bring honor and dignity back to the White House, and then he brought shame and disgrace.
The Right to Heal!
All day the news was how tomorrow, Thursday, the President and Mrs. Obama would be attending the opening of Mr. Bush’s Presidential library, and they showed clips of items on display. One item was a wall map depicting Hurricane Katrina, as if it is a map of pride inside his library of lies.
I heard with my own ears, several Republicans, and two in particular, Dana Perino and Rudy Giuliani both saying that no acts of terrorism happened on George W. Bush’s watch.
Q. Where were these people on September 11th, 2001?
According to the Dallas Morning News article: Among the demonstrators was a veteran wounded in Afghanistan, who said the majority of soldiers he worked with have come to regard the American presence in Afghanistan as a mistake, and they were saying how we need accountability for what happened and the right to heal for the people there in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Veterans and their families of both wars.
According to the article by Mr. Flick, the protesters planted rows of crosses in memory of those who died in the Bush Administration wars.
© 2013 Shyron E Shenko