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Bush -- "the father of evil"

April 6, 2004 4:38 PM

Muqtada al-Sadr:

I would like to direct my words to the father of evil, Bush. Who is against democracy? The one who calls for peaceful resistance or the one who bombs people (and) leads them away from the leaders under feeble and dirty pretexts?

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Read the 12 comments.

Paul Stone:

If he's calling for peaceful resistance, he could be a little more clear about it to his followers. They seem to be misinterpreting his statements as incitements to kill Americans.

Tue Apr 6 2004 6:40 PM

real american:

I looked at your website and came to this conclusion. I can't believe what i read. My God, They should send you back to russia you commie

Wed Apr 7 2004 4:13 PM


have you been listening to ? it rocks.

Some say Al Qaeda doesn't hate freedom. They just hate American occupation of their holy lands in Saudi Arabia.
that make a little more sense.

Fri Apr 9 2004 7:49 AM


The USSR was Communist, Russia is not Communist. (Let's get our facts straight before we accuse)

Wed Apr 21 2004 7:22 AM


Are you saying Bush = Hitler?

Tue Apr 27 2004 7:34 AM

Nader supporter:

What you need to do is get on the Nader Bandwagon - he is the only real choice for change in America - Kerry is more of the same corporate America nonsense that has plagued our government for Decades! Don't be timid because he is not in one of the two major parties - he can win with the support of people like you - get motivated and get on the RALPH BUS!!!

Thu Apr 29 2004 12:36 PM

Elliot Litinski:

Jim, I have read through your website, and I have a few comments:

I am saddened whenever I read remarks by people who, while intelligent and articulate, vent misguided anger toward those who are perceived to be "evil conservatives"

If you honestly feel that an evil man named Bush led the liberation of Iraq, then you should probably feel that a crazy president Franklin Roosevelt led the liberation of Western Europe in 1944-1945.

Those who liberate the oppressed, are oppressed by the liberals.

Sat May 1 2004 5:19 PM

Father Abe:

Most respectfully, you are making the same mistake that you claim against the USA and President Bush. You are ignoring the fact that previous presidents have acted in exactly the same manner.

Yes, our military are "killing machines." What did you think war is, anyhow, a tennis match?

Bush is a liar. So was Clinton. So was Truman, Nixon, Johnson, Kennedy. Get the picture? It's not party politics, it's politics, period. The sooner you stop playing "their" game, the sooner you realize you're being a tool. Picking a side means you are a tool, grasshopper. Bush isn't all bad and neither was Clinton.

Deal with the bad, prop up the good. Nothing in America is all bad or all good, this is not a static world.

Just don't be so damn narrow and shallow.

Fri May 14 2004 8:43 AM

Freaky Deaky:

This is the one of the stupidest sites I've ever visited. You really need to get a life. You're part of the problem, Jim.

Mon Aug 16 2004 11:40 AM


Any one who would be cowardly enough to shoot at peace keeping forces from a holy place (and in the process defile it) should not call any evil.

This man wants a new taliban in Iraq (or he wants Sadaam's old seat).

Sat Aug 21 2004 8:48 PM


You can't invade a country and expect them to bow down and hail you all. It seems that every great empire like the Roman, Great Britain and more and more the United States of America+ expect(ed) that their way of life can(could) be transferred to their "colonies". Even if al-Sadr is a crooked man, he has every right to try to liberate his country. The actions (by that I mean the torture of POWs) of the US forces only attributes to al-Sadr's popularity and adds to the hatred of the people in the middle east.

This is a war, not about liberation of Iraq, but about power. How can anyone be so naive?
As in every other war, money and control of resources are the key issues. Especially the control of OIL. The phrase "He who controls the spice controls the universe" from the book Dune by Frank Herbert, could just as well be rewritten "He who controls the oil controls the earth".

The lies about WMD in Iraq and the imminent threat to the free world (mostly USA) WAS the MAIN reason for going into war! This lie was repeated day after day after day in the global media, who gladly spewed it out without ANY thought if it was right or wrong.

We cannot win the "war on greed" for it is (sadly) the human nature, but those of us who lack that gene must fight it nonetheless.

Sun Aug 22 2004 12:14 PM


The USA and coalition forces must pull out of Iraq immediately. Every day that we wait means more deaths and suffering. George W Bush ,Tony Blair and John Howard are war criminals.
Did you know that Pope John Paul II was against the present war in Iraq?

John Paul II sent his personal representative, Cardinal Pio Laghi, to remonstrate with the U.S. President before the war began. The message: God is not on your side if you invade Iraq.

George Bush is an idiot. He was even booed at the Pope's funeral when his smug face appeared on giant TV screen showing the ceremony outside St. Peter's Square.

Fri Oct 28 2005 6:02 AM

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