July 6  2003   Sunday

Bush sticks to the script in Fourth of July address
International Herald Tribune, France - 6-5-03


..."Bring 'em on," Bush said Wednesday. Since then, almost two dozen Americans have been wounded by attackers in Baghdad, and two have died...
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Bush slammed for 'bring them on' Iraq remark
Middle East Online, UK - Jul 4, 2003
WASHINGTON - As US forces battle in Iraq, US President George W. Bush is taking ... 'Bring it on ... Senator John Kerry said he wished he would see Bush display "less swagger and more  thoughtfulness and statesmanship."
 

Beware bully Bush!
Edmonton Sun, Canada -7-6-03

TORONTO -- Former foreign affairs minister Lloyd Axworthy has written a new book that portrays U.S. President George Bush as an extreme radical leader whose approach to world affairs is based on "military dominance and naked self-interest."...


Is there a psychiatrist in the house? Bush sounds like a megalomaniac. This cartoon was inspired by the dangerous egotistical fascistic remarks by Bush. Almost two dozen Americans have been wounded by attackers in Baghdad, and two have died since those words left his lips. Bush sure did bring it on .


 

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"Fascism is a system of government characterized by rigid one-party dictatorship, forcible suppression of opposition, private economic enterprise under centralized governmental control, belligerent nationalism, racism, militarism, etc." - Anita Beer reporting to you from her Webster's New World Dictionary of the American Language, a thirty old model, year 1980.

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Man Gets Life in Prison for Spitting
 
OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - An Oklahoma man arrested on suspicion of beating his wife faced year in prison and a fine. But when he spit in an arresting officer's face, he got a life sentence instead, officials said on Wednesday...

Geez, a guy gets life for spitting on a cop yet as a wife beater he gets a year and a fine.  Yeah, this is Bush's America--how proud he must be.  Shouldn't Ken Lay be in prison?



Iraq: the human toll

As news reporters tracked troops on the road to Baghdad, much of the suffering and loss of ordinary Iraqi civilians was left untold. Until now. Here, in a compelling dispatch, award-winning foreign correspondent Ed Vulliamy goes in search of their stories
Read part two of 'Iraq: the human toll' here


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Timeline of Events Surrounding
the U.S. Invasion of Iraq

Compiled by Black Max

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American Military looted the Iraqi Airport

TIME Magazine-Sunday, Jul. 06, 2003


Much has been written about how Iraqis complicated the task of rebuilding their country by looting it after Saddam Hussein's regime fell. In the case of the international airport outside Baghdad, however, the theft and vandalism were conducted largely by victorious American troops, according to U.S. officials, Iraqi Airways staff members and other airport workers. The troops, they say, stole duty-free items, needlessly shot up the airport and trashed five serviceable Boeing airplanes....

 

Where was the commanding officer of those soldier thieves? I wonder what their punishment will be?


Dear Viewers,

I have safely water skied across the Gulf of Mexico from Costa Rica--although the Panama Canal crossing was a little tricky from the Pacific side.  I arrived a couple of days late but now I am back at the AHNC office complex to resume the daily editions.

Zelda and the Eastern European temps had some kapusta* simmering in the crock pot when I arrived.

I am slowly wading through the 1800 emails I received from our fabulous viewers. Please continue with your patience.

Here is a pic of me before I skied to Florida.

 

And here is a pic of me after I arrived in Florida.

*Lithuanian pork ribs and cabbage

The problem with the French is that they don't have a word for entrepreneur.
- George W. Bush, discussing the decline of the French economy with British Prime Minister Tony Blair


 

 

 

The delicate filaments are actually sheets of debris from a stellar explosion in a neighboring galaxy resemble the puffs of smoke and sparks from a summer fireworks display in this image from NASA 's Hubble Space Telescope released Friday July 4, 2003. (NASA photo handout)

 

 

 

Peace.