Within the past two days Leading Democrats have all stated their support
for the war in Iraq, once again highlighting how we must see beyond the false
left / right paradigm and make it known to others that the Republicans and the
Democrats are left and right arms used for the same agenda by the elite policy
First it was Joe Lieberman who declared his unyielding support for the administration's
conduct of the Iraq war. This led to a warm pat on the back from George W Bush:
"As Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman said recently, setting an artificial
timetable would `discourage our troops because it seems to be heading for the
door. It will encourage the terrorists. It will confuse the Iraqi people...
Sen. Lieberman is right," the president said at the U.S. Naval Academy
in Annapolis, Md.
Other Democrats have been up in arms over Lieberman's conduct, yet this is
just another indication that the leading Democrats, the one who institute policy,
who VOTED FOR THE WAR, support the action in Iraq.
At the beginning of November Lieberman was invited as a president's guest to
an elite dinner for Prince Charles and Camilla, duchess of Cornwall. Ten days
later, the National Journal reported that its "insiders poll" of 89
influential Republicans found 35 percent named Lieberman as the Democratic member
of Congress they most admired.
Lieberman's name has been mentioned in praise by Bush on at least a further
three occasions over the past month.
Next, step up Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton. "It is time for the president
to stop serving up platitudes and present us with a plan for finishing this
war with success and honor." She was quoted as saying.
Hillary went on to criticize the intelligence before the war, yet this has
not been a problem for her previously:
"Why was the intelligence consistent from the Clinton administration to
the Bush administration?" Clinton added. "The intelligence was consistent
for over a decade." She said shortly after she voted FOR the war in 2002.
"I felt that it was appropriate under the circumstances, which really
went back to 1998 under the Clinton administration's conclusion that the regime
had to change, that the president (Bush) had authority to pursue that goal."
"Hillary Clinton today holds the new North American record for
fakery," writes Newsday columnist Jimmy
Breslin. "She copies. She sneaks and slithers past you with her opinion
on a war that kills every day."
Mrs. Clinton was also slammed this week in a speech by Cindy Sheehan, the so-called
"Peace Mom" who previously labeled the senator a "war hawk."
It is clear that Hillary Clinton's recent "move to the center" is
a stage managed operation that signifies a change of guard is underway. Hillary
reached personal best in terms of national popularity this summer, with 52 percent
of Americans now saying they view her favorably - and only 37 percent disagreeing.
This has rocketed up from just a 39 percent approval in March.
Whilst her husband has been hanging around with the Bushes, she has been living
it up with the likes of Newt Gingrich, Bill Frist, John McCain and Rick Santorum.
There is clearly a bipartisan move underway to shift public perception.
As well as Hillary, other Democrats, including Senators Joseph Biden and John
Kerry, who also voted in favour of the war, are critical of Bush's policy while
warning against setting any schedule or deadline for withdrawal.
Next up is Bill Clinton who also yesterday re-iterated his support for the war:
"Whether you were for it or against it, it seems to be you should all
be praying that it succeeds,'' Bill Clinton said on CNN. "I didn't agree
with what was done when it was done, but we are where we are.''
We have previously exposed how The Clinton-Bush relationship is a long and
The Clintons and the Bushes have been known to vacation together in
more recent times. Earlier this year on CBS, Clinton revealed that he looks
upon the Bushes as a surrogate family, and how Barbara Bush refers
to him as "her son". Is this really a picture of two distinct
and opposed political ideologies pitted against one another?
Last year George W invited both Clintons as guests of honor and praised
them to the hilt as he unveiled portraits of the two to be hung in the White
House. Bush described him as having "...a great compassion for people in
need... a man of enthusiasm and warmth". This after Bush's 2000 campaign
was built around Clinton having no honor or dignity whilst in the White House.
Festivities continued last November when the entire
Bush family journeyed to Little Rock for the opening of the Clinton Presidential
Library. The praise from both President Bushes for Bill Clinton was sick bag
overwhelming. "The William J. Clinton Presidential Library is a gift to
the future by a man who always believed in the future and today we thank him
for loving and serving America." Bush 43 was quoted.
After this Bush Snr and former President Bill Clinton joined forces for Tsunami/Katrina
Relief. They appeared at this year's Super Bowl and seemed to be having a blast
together. They declared their friendship; we learn they talk on the phone often,
play golf together and are just plain ‘pals.'
Times revealed that the current President even takes foreign policy advice
from Clinton, along with his father, and lets them sit in on CIA briefings.
These two families are desperate attention loving power mad elitists and want
to retain control of their respective political parties. They are using each
other to ‘soften' their disapproval in the opposite party. We have two
simultaneous dynasties - the Bushes and the Clintons. The Bushes are the hand
of the Republican arm and the Clintons the hand of the Democratic arm. The body
is of course controlled by one mind that outranks them all, the corporate fascist
The Clintons and the Bushes are comparable to the Lucchese and Genovese families:
they have their little spats, but at the end of the day they eat their gnocchi
from the same table. The Democans and the Republicrats are the left and right
hands of a single body. The mind of this body is intent on bare handedly tearing
apart freedom and ripping to shreds the constitutional form of governance that
was created to bring down this elitist rabble.