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The latest in America's misguided leaders, George W. Bush proves the most immoral and unethical president in recent history. His legacy makes Richard Nixon and Lyndon Baines Johnson look like saints. His corruption makes Ulysses Grant's administration resemble Mother Theresa's chastity. Bush stands daily in violation of his oath of office to the U.S. Constitution.

The fact remains that Bush contrived and lied about weapons of mass destruction. He lied about Iraq being a threat to America. He manufactured a lie to create a hysterical and perceived danger by a sandbox thug named Saddam Hussein in the Iraq desert.

Bush fertilized a centuries-old civil war in a country that did nothing to provoke or instigate violence toward the USA. He pushed Muslims into deep and long lasting hatred toward the USA. He created terror where no terror existed.

The Bush War

Every month for the past six years, George Bush's Iraq War piled up dead American soldiers, now at 3,900, while Halliburton piled up billions of dollars in profits. More than 28,000 U.S. soldiers returned without legs and arms or suffered paralyzed bodies--while munitions dealers counted their billions of dollars.

In the same breath, according to the Johns Hopkins Report and www.antiwar.com –George Bush killed 1.16 million Iraqi citizens thus far! He destroyed a functioning society and created over 2.5 million refugees. While Saddam ruled with terror, today, Iraq staggers through incredible violence on a daily basis.

"Enemy" deaths and "collateral damage"

George Bush advocated and used 'bunker busting bombs' filled with high density, depleted uranium which creates deadly radiation in Iraq that lasts for centuries. Experts say it creates mutations and cancer defects not only in the people and future children of Iraq, but it creates horrific consequences for the children of our U.S. soldiers who breathe its deadly contents daily while policing Baghdad. Of his failures as a man and as a president, his legacy of horribly disfigured babies, men and women make him the most immoral and unethical president of the 21st century.

Where peace reigned, Bush created war. Where respect and admiration for the U.S. abounded in the world after 9/11, Bush cultivated anger, animosity and deep distrust.

While he wages his farcical and preposterous "War on Terror" 10,000 miles away, he openly invites terrorists into the United States via open borders. He invites millions of illegal aliens into our country when enforcement of this nation's laws ranks on the low rung of his ladder. He's fostered three times more American citizens killed at the hands of illegal aliens on American soil than all the soldiers that died in the war zone. He's allowed hundreds of billions of dollars in drugs to cross over our borders without lifting a finger to stop them. Bush promotes our schools, hospitals and prisons to be overrun, distorted and destroyed by illegal aliens. His actions make his "War on Terror" the biggest fraud in the history of the United States.

While he sacrifices our young men and women as cannon fodder, he drives us into a $9 trillion debt that plunges our civilization into a financial crisis from which we may not recover. Who makes money? International and national bankers ride the 'interest wave' to uncounted billions of dollars. The military-industrial complex reaps a world-wind of profits.

While spending $2 billion a week in Iraq and $1 billion a week in Afghanistan, he leads protracted wars that do nothing for U.S. stability or safety.

All the while, he injects 572,000 military personnel onto 700 bases in 120 countries around the world. For what? Answer: the American empire. What result? Answer: ultimate collapse of America by driving it to the cliff of its own financial death.

If you still shake your head thinking Bush protects Americans from terrorists by attacking Iraq, I invite you to look back at similar political horse manure by Johnson and Nixon while they protracted the Vietnam War. Over 58,000 men gave their lives in the same senseless, trumped-up façade by politicians puppetted by the military-industrial complex. The fraud of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution created that war. Vietnam accomplished nothing but death for both sides. For that matter, you can say the same thing about Korea!

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