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Monday, July 10, 2006

Rest Easy America. The US Dept. Of Defense Totally Ignores The Register Guard Editorial Board - (Applegate Article)" name=title

The Eugene, Oregon, Register-Guard editorial board, whoever those anonymous little creeps are, has expressed its opposition to every effort made by the Bush Administration to fight the War on Terror at home and abroad.
Rest easy America, they ridicule. Why, say I of you totally spaced-out idiots? What is it about defending America from the threat of terrorists and WMD's that you oppose? Are you just going to head back into the Oregon bush and survive on wild mushrooms, blackberries and tarot root if a BIG ONE detonates in Portland or some important city in America....I don't classify Portland in that category, but it's fun to feed their stupendous egos a bit.
Sure, Americans can sleep easy tonight. President Bush, America's intelligence operatives, and the United States Military are standing guard to insure that America haters everywhere in America are able to take their cheap shots at our country and its brave leadership. They just want to insure that America haters who are intent on attacking our country and our people can't "get 'er done".
In recent months, there hasn't been one editorial in the Eugene, Oregon Register-Guard that supports the efforts of America's military organization or its leadership....just a bunch of Machiavellian "support the troops" BS that is shorthand for hatred of the US Military and the Bush Administration because they are prosecuting the War on Terror. But there has been a litany of hate-Bush, hate-the-War-on-Terror and hate the US military attitude expressed by the slimy little creeps who write the anonymous editorials published in that rag.
Perhaps the Register Guard will be successful enough to increase the international profile of its hometown sufficiently that Eugene, Oregon, may be mentioned some day on the priority hit list of the likes of Al Qaeda. Then we'll hear how the little nasties on the editorial board of that newsrag look upon the Strategic Missile Defense System. Eugene, Oregon is well within the range of the Taepoong-2 ICBM that the North Koreans appear ready to test.
Meanwhile, the dummies who continue to send money to the Register-Guard for subscriptions to that newsrag are perhaps the biggest dopes of them all....or maybe they don't pay any attention to the creepy little editorialists at the R-G either.
If you're still here, you might want to take a look at just a few of the latest hateful editorials that have been published by that newspaper.
"Rest easy, America. The head of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency says he's "confident" the United States could intercept a North Korean missile.
Confident even though the 11 ground-based interceptors that the military has deployed in Alaska and California have not undergone a successful test in nearly four years and the next test is not planned until later this summer.
Confident even though the system's ground-based interceptors have hit dummy missiles in only five out of 10 tests - and only under scripted conditions...."
"As the United States passed another milestone with word that 2,500 American troops had been killed in the Iraq war, Congress engaged in a sham debate Thursday about the direction of U.S. policy in Iraq.
A transparently partisan election-year resolution drafted by the Republican leadership in the House of Representatives essentially endorsed President Bush's open-ended plan to keep U.S. troops in Iraq until the "mission is completed." Laden with references to victory, Sept. 11 and the sacrifices of brave soldiers, the sole purpose of the meaningless resolution was to force Democrats to vote against "the troops" and for "cowardly surrender to the terrorists."..."
The first casualty of war: Truth missing in action in Bush's Iraq statements
"In one of the most memorable media exchanges of his presidency, George Bush told Hearst Newspapers columnist Helen Thomas at a March 21 news conference, "I didn't want war. To assume I wanted war is just - is just flat wrong, Helen, in all due respect."
As the feisty Thomas attempted to interject a remark, President Bush brusquely cut her off, his tone reflecting umbrage at her suggestion that he had not been forthcoming about his reasons for invading Iraq.
"Let me - excuse me, excuse me. No president wants war. Everything you may have heard is that, but it's just simply not true. I - my attitude about the defense of this country changed on September the 11th.
"We - when we got attacked, I vowed then and there to use every asset at my disposal to protect the American people. Our foreign policy changed on that day, Helen."
It was Bush at his best, unafraid to trade verbal jabs with a media adversary, rising to the occasion with restrained but undisguised indignation. Then he slammed the door on any rebuttal by repeating the magic words "September the 11th." There were no follow-up questions from the nation's elite White House correspondents at the nationally televised news conference...."
"The list of those who stood to gain from Wednesday's bombing of the gold-domed Askariya mosque in Samarra, Iraq, is short. The list of those who must summon the forbearance to resist the sectarian conflict that the bombing was meant to provoke is much longer.
The destruction of the 9th-century mosque revered by Shiites showed that Iraq is one outrage away from civil war, and the nation's leaders have yet to prove they have the will and the capability to preserve unity. The United States' power to influence these events is limited, raising grave doubts about the usefullness of a continued military occupation of Iraq...."
Every opportunity that can be used to attack the Bush Administration and the War on Terror is an opportunity for the editorial board of the Register-Guard to throw mud at the President and the US Military.
The next opportunity to be exploited by the editorial board of the Register-Guard will doubtless be in support of the treasonous actions of the New York Times in that paper's disclosure of another terrorist fighting effort by the United States. If the Register-Guard isn't heaping plaudits all over the NYTimes in the editorial section of its Tuesday, June 27, 2006, edition, I might even condescend to buy one of their lousy newspapers.


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