Bush says terrorists "are coming again"

He ought to know! Pretty scary if you ask me. Bush is visibly angry? Like a cornered animal ready to lash out? You know, maybe Alex Jones is right about his prediction of another 9/11 coming before the elections.


In a highly combative exchange with reporters, United States President George W. Bush has told reporters today that terrorists will strike the United States again, RAW STORY has learned.

In arguing for legislation that would define US interpretation of the Geneva Conventions in a way that many would argue would allow certain forms of torture, Bush said, "I wish I could tell the American people, 'don't worry about it.' They're not coming again. But they are coming again."

"Time is running out," the President concluded.

Bush also struck out at comments by former Secretary of State Colin Powell regarding the moral standing of the United States' war on terror.

"It's unacceptable," a visibly angered Bush told the press, "to think there's any kind of comparison between the behavior of the United States of America and the action of Islamic extremists, who kill innocent women and children to achieve an objective."

Like in Iraq?

The US doesn't kill women and children? Not only does our military kill women and children knowingly if unintentionally (ie as "collateral damage") but INTENTIONALLY as in the battle of Fallujah where weapons like white phosphorus were used on the entire population of the city.

incredible huh?

I read that too (since I can't bear to watch Bush lest I lose my lunch). It's just incredible to me that anyone can not see what a total liar Bush is. Maybe that's why the media is finally getting some balls. Yeah, Fallujah is proof they kill innocents, including women and children. White phosphorus was used in Lebanon too, apparently, although not reported very widely in the U.S. -- and since Israel is acting at the behest of the U.S., that makes the U.S. government culpable for those atrocities as well. Sane people see this horrific reality. We're growing in numbers.... but, I do think BushCo feels cornered. Just look at the headlines over at RawStory right now -- several anti-Bush stories related to Republican and military criticism.

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