What Needs To Be Said About George W. Bush

Finally, Someone With The Courage To Say What Needs To Be Said About George W. Bush

I may alienate some people with this post, but I feel strongly that the above video contains important information that everyone needs to hear. If you are offended, please consider that our ability to freely express our opinions is one of the things that makes this country great. You may not agree with my opinion, nor I with yours, but isn’t it wonderful that we can express them without fear of reprisal?

It has astounded and mystified me that we have allowed our current President to get away with actions that have led to the death of more than 4,000 American soldiers. From the beginning, I never believed his claims that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and by now everyone (hopefully) understands that there was no direct link between Iraq and the terrorist attacks of 9/11. At the the very least Bush is guilty of narrow-mindedness and less than admirable intelligence. But now, Vincent Bugliosi has written a book titled “The Prosecution of George W. Bush For Murder.”

Who is Bugliosi and what makes his opinion different or more important than anyone else who may have heretofore made similar claims? Bugliosi is highly credible because he is a former Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney, best known for his prosecution of Charles Manson in 1970. The video is of his July 25, 2008 testimony at a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, where the subject of “Executive Power and Its Constitutional Limitations” was being investigated. Bugliosi claims to have documentary evidence strong enough to warrant a criminal investigation to determine whether or not first degree murder charges should be brought against the President. If Bugliosi does indeed have valid evidence, we should not be closing our eyes to it. No one should be above the law.

One Comment on “Finally, Someone With The Courage To Say What Needs To Be Said About George W. Bush

  1. I didn’t watch the video but have long believed that Dubya’s actions have been criminal.

    No other world leader would have gotten away with what he did.

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