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  • hawcreekl2 hawcreekl2 Aug 23, 2014 6:21 AM Flag

    Lord Balzy Sept 1, 2013 No Americans died when Obama decided to wait for Congressional approval to bomb Syria

    Good for him, now is he going to admit he needed to work on that harder and not just play golf.

    Another topic where the administration says they will no longer recognize borders.

    If Ralph Nader wrote a book about Obama it would be "Incompetent AT Any Speed"

    I wonder what the President's handicap golf that is the rest are evident.

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    • "Mar 20, 2013" - "George W. Bush Apologizes for Iraq War"

      "Former U.S. President George W. Bush apologized for the Iraq War today, saying the conflict was "his biggest mistake."

      In a statement released to a Texas newspaper, the 66-year-old Bush said he meant well when he sent America to war but asked the American people to forgive what in retrospect was "a clear example of poor judgement.""

      The admission comes on the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War, which began in 2003 and ended in 2011 with more than 36,000 American casualties and estimates of more than 100,000 civilian deaths.

      After the events of September the 11th, I focused all my energy on protecting America from the next attack," the statement reads. "Regrettably in our zeal to defend America, my administration exaggerated threats which - although real - did not constitute a clear and present danger to the United States.

      After my presidency I have come to the belief that the Iraq War, although well intentioned, was unnecessary and too costly to justify. I deeply apologize to the American people and to our soldiers and veterans in particular for engaging them in such a conflict."

      "Shock and Awe

      Bush also used his statement to address some of the lingering controversies surrounding the war, and showed remarkable honesty and contrition.

      "In the run up to the war," he continued, "my administration made claims that turned out not to be factual. Personally, I truly believed that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. But when we couldn't find the evidence, we fabricated it."

      And It Continues ...

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