WHERE ARE THE REAL JOURNALISTS?
...and the polite press who
refuses to follow up.
Reporter's Question: Saddam Hussein's alleged ties to al Qaeda
were a key part of your justification for war. Yet, your own intelligence report, the NIE, defined it as -- quote -- "low
confidence that Saddam would give weapons to al Qaeda." Were those links exaggerated to justify war? Or can you finally
offer us some definitive evidence that Saddam was working with al Qaeda terrorists?
Bush: Yes. I think, first of all, remember I just said we've been there for 90 days since the cessation of major military
operations. Now, I know in our world where news comes and goes and there's this kind of instant -- instant news and you must
have done this, you must do this yesterday, that there's a level of frustration by some in the media. But it's going to take
time for us to gather the evidence and analyze the mounds of evidence,
literally, the miles of documents that we have
No, she asked you why did you invade and your answer was "give us time." She
was talking about the past, and Bush told her to wait for evidence to be discovered. So, ...we invaded because the evidence
might show up after four months?
Why doesn't somebody ask a follow-up question and get an answer?
Because they know
Bush can't answer questions.
I remember an old, black & white Perry mason where he caught the liar by having her recount
once again what she saw. Then Perry had the court reporter read back the first answer. It was absolutely identical, each and
every word exactly in the same place in both accounts, which proved it was memorized and not spontaneous. That's how
Bush answers a question. When you ask the Moron a question, his doesn't try to understand the question, he just has to decide
which category the question is in and he gives back the phrase they wrote for him.
Reporter: "Mr. President, why did we invade Iraq?"
Bush: If you're asking if the world's
a better place without Saddam, the answer is yes."
The next question was more of the same...
Reporter: "There's a sense here in
this country, and a feeling around the world, that the U.S. has lost credibility by building the case for Iraq upon sometimes
flimsy or, some people have complained, non-existent evidence. And I'm just wondering, sir,
why did you choose
to take the world to war in that way?"
Bush: "Now, of course, the question
is, will Iraq ever be free, and will it be peaceful?
No, Mr. President - the question was "Why did you choose to take the world to war in that
As long as the press refuses to stand their ground, Bush can answer questions that were never
asked and never has to address a legitimate question that the press asks. Like Ari said on his last day, "You're free to
ask any question you want," but they will just refuse to answer the questions asked. When these whores write their stories,
they won't say, "Bush dodges questions." Those headlines will be, "Our great and powerful leader is magnificent
We have no free press in America.
We have sheep,
acting out their roles for the cameras.