Amid criticism and turmoil over decisions made in Iraq, the Bush administration has opted to use its secret weapon of time travel to change past comments in order to avoid further embarrassment.

Evidence exists that in 1992, when the United States was still blissfully ignorant of its future battle for survival, then Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney made the following statements about the Gulf War and why we did not pursue Saddam Hussein: the pitfalls of a regime change in Iraq include the perils of urban warfare, the problem of creating something stable in Saddam Hussein’s place, the loss of Arab allies, far greater U.S. combat deaths, the burden of taking ownership of Iraq, and getting bogged down in the country. Cheney delivered the speech in Seattle in response to critics who wanted Saddam Hussein to be deposed at the time. 

 

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Monday, September 24, 2007 14849
While other auto manufacturers waiver in their support of the war in Iraq, Jeep maintains its support with its 2008 lineup of vehicles. Jeep’s homepage depicts all of its vehicles in a Middle-Eastern desert setting, along with a shovel and pail. The caption reads, “Have fun out there.” Other automobile web pages focus on American roads and fuel efficiency, whereas the Jeep site infers that we should go out there and commandeer our own oil.
Saturday, August 25, 2007 10519
by Dan Brubus I told my cousin not to buy that house with his weak-ass resources, but my family said I was trying to ruin his dream. Now I’m waiting for the call to help them move all their crap back out and into a hole of an apartment.

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