George W. Bush: Iraq (no WMDs, "mission accomplished," no body armor, troop redeployments, creation of "Al Qaeda in Iraq," Halliburton, Kellogg Brown & Root, "sacrificed" playing golf then lied about it, Blackwater, the "surge," the missing $12 billion in cash, no exit strategy), ignored briefings of impending terrorist attacks before 9/11, "The Pet Goat," preemptive war policy, useless color-coded terror (fear) alerts, where's Osama bin Laden?, Taliban resurgence in Afghanistan, Patriot Act I & II, illegal presidential signing statements, illegal wiretapping, illegal Valerie Plame CIA outing, telecom immunity, repeated refusals to testify under oath, Abu Ghraib/torture policy, Habeas Corpus repealed, Walter Reed/Veterans benefits slashed, No Child Left Behind debacle, Medicare drug plan debacle, Terri Schiavo intervention, Diebold voting machines, 2000 recount, "swift boating," Kyoto Treaty pull-out, global warming report cover-up, undermined Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, fired U.S. attorneys for political reasons, Alberto Gonzales resignation, Enron (shareholder losses, energy crisis/rolling blackouts, appointed former Enron official to administration), rising teen STD and pregnancy rates ("abstinence only"), Katrina (four days to respond, FEMA trailers, "Brownie"), slashed welfare to work programs, first president to cut taxes during war (cut taxes only for the top 1% of incomes), recession (foreclosure crisis, all-time record gas prices), all-time record U.S. budget deficits, all-time record U.S. national debt, all-time record vacation time of any president.
What was the question again?
It is not a joke. These critters are dead serious.
Thread by wagglebee.
OTTAWA, June 29, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - LifeSiteNews has received confirmation through various sources that the Order of Canada Advisory Council has indeed voted to award the Order of Canada to notorious abortionist and militant atheist Henry Morgentaler. There is reported to be a movement among Members of Parliament and others to attempt to stop the award or at least protest it as being inappropriate and against the opinion of a majority of Canadians.
In an article in the National Post today, columnist Douglas Farrow reports that "The decision, which is to be announced in time for Canada Day, is clearly not driven by popular demand. For example, an online poll by the Globe and Mail, with over 300,000 respondents, went 92% to 8% against giving the award to Morgentaler."........