Skip to comments.Walter Jones, From Freedom Fries to Anti-Bush Tomes
Posted on 02/16/2009 4:04:37 AM PST by darkness78
Question: Which southern conservative Republican congressman who voted to authorize war with Iraq recently is a big fan of Vincent Bugliosi's provocative new book, "The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder," on tape?
Hint: The guy from the Carolinas who, during the lead-up to the war in 2003, renamed French fries "freedom fries" in House eateries but who later concluded the president took the country to war under false pretenses and soon began calling for troop withdrawal.
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These same clymers in and out of government who call for George W. Bush’s prosecution for murder in fighting terrorists never once called for the prosecution of Bill Clinton for the murders of American citizens at Waco. Scummy hypocrites!
Agreed. But a much better comparison would be Clinton’s bombing of Iraq for the very same reasons as Bush-WMD’s. How many. Surely thousands must have died to deflect the attention from his problems at home.
Unfortunately, it will take another terrorist attack for America to wake up and get politics out of defeating these vermin.
Must be early. I typed in a few extra words there. Not enough coffee yet.
Thanks for bringing another ray of sunshine from the gossip pages of the WaPost. After all where would FR be without this Moronic Media crap and DARKNESS78’s undying love for Brucie Springsteen...got any great Springsteen gossip lately, we await with mucho gusto.
Walter Jones is from Farmville, NC. Right down the road from Greeville home of East Carolina University. In the early 90’s there were no strip clubs in Greenville so we had to go out on Highway 13 to Farmville and the infamous Silver Bullet Gentlemens Club. Only thing I remember is Lean Mean Colleen.
In NC district 3 are the resident families of Marine Corp stationed at Cherry Point. His contempt for his base is explicit, actually saying "I just KNOW more about this than you do."
When asked why some of us didn't clap or stand when he spoke to hostile groups of Republicans, our response was clear and to the point.
We were "tired of reading more news about Walter in Al Jazeeral than in the pages of our local newspapers."
“... we await with mucho gusto”
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