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Commentary :: International
glory of washington
10 Jul 2006
Glory of Washington
Blood of our children
An editorial
By Murdock Todd Cote (Doc)

In the eyes of this writer all I have seen is a river of blood given for the Glory of Washington and the modern day Caesar, President George Walker Bush; total war dead in Iraq twenty-five hundred and five, allied two to two hundred and fifty; this war in Iraq was started for what reason? To prove George Bush, was a cold heart bastard and he could pick a fight; with someone weaker and had a paper army. He said that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction; he said that he had connections to Osama Bin Laden and his band of butchers. I remember September 11th 2001 as I watch three thousand of my countrymen butchered by Osama Bin Laden’s Wolves and we had every right to kick the Taliban in the teeth and go after these wolves, and hunt them like rapid Dogs. He called what he did in Iraq reshime change, reshaping Iraq in our images of the new world order. Aboard the U.S.S.CVN 78, he had the nerve to call the war in Iraq won, twenty-five hundred dead and climbing….eighteen thousand wounded, maimed both in body and in sprit, were now Caesar do you take your standards; allied casualties guessing two hundred and fifty and climbing, all I see is blood pouring from the eagle and from the tower crowned heads of America’s Walls. We were once the last out post of freedom, we can be again; he said his brother could be President I hope not for if he is then all those who gave their lives for freedom will rise from their grave on blood soaked land and cry out no more. I have made some Qoutes of military men from Lee to Jackson to stark. In Vietnam the warriors did not fight for freedom or Uncle Sam, they fought for each other to get each other home. Joe Galloway of the United Press International said it so well in the book he wrote with Lt. General Herald Moore and I quote….

“Their country ordered them to war, when they came home their was no marching bands, no honor guard, only the men they bleed beside but in the end they fought for each other, for we who have known war, in the night we will never stop hearing the screams of the dead and the wounded for we were soldiers and young”

Now every day, every minute we are hearing of sectarian violence, atrocities committed by our own boys, who do we blaim? For the blaim is Caesar’s, the it ends not with the soldiers, sailor, marines and airmen or the Generals, it belong to the commander and chief of the armed forces George Walker Bush. The blood is on his hands not our warriors and in the eyes of this writer he should be impeach for the following……

1. violation of the church and state amendment
2. violation of the War powers act
3. mismanagement of federal funds
4. nepotism, hiring fools and jack asses to run agency they no nothing about
5. violation of the civil rights act
6. perjury before congress and the senate

I also recommend that the department of justice launch a criminal action against for negligent homicide in the death of twenty-five hundred American Warriors and the wounding and maiming of eighteen thousand more. I further recommend that he be charged with conduct unbecoming a President of the United State for his failures as a leader. I know myself this will never happen but I want to express the anger of the American people, my people, the United States is the last outpost of freedom and everything we hold dear, we are American with a Roman father…Rome is dead (Washington D.C) Sir we are not the polite people in poem we blessed and coursed by our times. Pelagius a monk told King Author (Centurion Artorius Castes commander of the Samarian Knights) in 452 AD that the most meaningless death is the end of hope.

America I could not say it any better then Arthur Castes did before the Battle of Baden hill….

The gift of Freedom is yours by right
But the home that we seek is not in a far off land
But within side of us all
And if what we do to day be our destiny
So be it
But let history remember that as free men we chose to make it so

Arthur Castes, Centurion (King Arthur)
Commander of the Samarian Knight

Deeds Not Words
Murdock Todd Cote (Doc)

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