Comments:Bush warns gulf States of Iran 'threat'

Latest comment: 16 years ago by Wikidsoup in topic ANY Evidence Whatsoever??

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Questionable Integrity


By publicly denouncing Iran, what is the real intention of the Bush Administration? The Bush administration also claimed that Iraq harbored and sponsored terrorism. The White House claimed that "weapons of mass" destruction existed in Iraq. They convinced the American public that this required a war. The integrity of the claims made by the White House is questionable. President Bill Clinton was impeached for less.

After a War in Iraq, While Provoking Iran, President Bush Promotes Peace


It is ironical that President Bush would attempt to promote peace talks between the Israelis and Palestinians after a war with Iraq and while denouncing Iran.

I agree --User:Anonymous101 Talk 06:27, 14 January 2008 (UTC)Reply

Also the the U.S. isn't one to talk about state sponsored terrorism. Look at central america... —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 15:56, 14 January 2008 (UTC)Reply

no credibility


President bush has no credibility anymore , at least for me he doesn't. He deceived the American people to go in Irak for weapons of mass destruction that never existed and than he backed up to say that it was terrorism that this country was promoting . Now he's doing the same thing with Iran , he said they were trying to get weapons of mass destruction and it turn out its not the case [[1]] so he says Iran is promoting terrorism. This is a Deja-vu scenario. I totally agree , President Bill Clinton was impeached for less.

Pot.. Kettle... Black


'President Bush added that he believes Iran "sends hundreds of millions of dollars to extremists around the world, while its own people face repression and hardship at home,".'

Don't we all? Shane.Bell 09:30, 14 January 2008 (UTC)Reply

ANY Evidence Whatsoever??


OK, so he believes that Iran sends money to extremists around the world. I don't care what the *&#@ he believes; the US government has yet to provide any solid evidence that Iran is a threat to anyone else. I am so &*#@ing sick of this garbage. Wikidsoup 19:08, 14 January 2008 (UTC)Reply