February 21, 2007

Yeagley: The Waffling Warrior

Yeagley has earned many monikers with his deceit, among them Waffling Warrior, for his lies about being a warrior when he has not and would not ever serve in the military himself. His persona is a big lie. But these days, he is a pundit for the extreme right wing, the white dominionists. As a pundit, they have been instructed to avoid talking of Iraq failures and avoid talking about Bush’s plans to attack Iran, all in an effort to allow the right wing press to saber rattle against Iran. The press is largely to the right, 90% of it is right wing these days. This so-called “liberal media” is a lie too, as only 10% of the media is left leaning. So while Waffling Warrior fantasizes about suicidal blonde models he can never have, and apocalpto actors he can never have, here is the truth about Bush and his mental illness, below.

One should never allow a paternalistic "dry drunk" run a country, and one should never allow any company or individual to earn profits on war. Wars should not be profitable ventures, and Bush’s claims that “commerce trumps peace” is another way of saying money is more important than respecting life — if killing can fund higher earnings than it is okay with Bush. Waffles and Bush are probably secret White(dominion)House lovers. Read the truth:

Ex-Aide Says Rice Misled US Congress on Iran

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice misled the US Congress when she said last week that she had not seen a 2003 Iranian proposal for talks with the United States, a former senior government official said on Wednesday.
Colonel Ann Wright (Retired) | An Appeal to Conscience to Those Who Would Bomb Iran
Colonel Ann Wright (retired) writes: "I appeal to the conscience of US Air Force and US Navy pilots and military personnel who command cruise missiles and pilot bombers and those who plan the missions for the pilots and missile commanders. I ask that they refuse what I believe will be unlawful orders to attack Iran."
Joint Chiefs Chairman Sees No Evidence of Meddling by Iran's Regime
Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said yesterday that he has no information indicating Iran's government is directing the supply of lethal weapons to Shiite insurgent groups in Iraq.
Ray McGovern | Wake Up! The Next War Is Coming
Ray McGovern writes: "Where is the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on prospects for Iran's nuclear capability? An estimate is said to be under way, but at a seemingly leisurely pace, completely inappropriate to the circumstances. And there has been no NIE on this key issue since spring 2005."
Gareth Porter | US Briefing on Iran Discredits the Official Line
"The administration suggested that there could be no other explanation for the presence of Iranian-made weapons than official government sponsorship of smuggling them into Iraq," writes Gareth Porter. "But in doing so, they had to ignore a well-known reality: most weapons, including armor-piercing projectiles, can be purchased by anyone through intermediaries in the Middle East."