Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Bush Is Confident We're Not Safe

"I know it's been five years, but really, nothings changed"

The Harpoville Post reports that with the fifth anniversary of 9/11 just days away U.S. President G.W. Bush confirms America's no safer now than then. With the Congressional race moving into high gear for the November election what is coming out of the horses mouth won't do much to ensure confidence let alone an easy win. With the Republician strangle hold on America slipping away faster than the last breath of the Crocodile Hunter the President is using fear as the motivator to lure sobering American voters to stay in the Republician camp.

The Harpoville Post has learned that the desire for war in Canada is starting to show signs of desent as some MP's are finally pulling up their socks and demanding at least a debate about the growing number of dead Canadian soldiers being loaded out of Canadian military aircraft in the dead of night. With four dead in as many days since this month began the seeds of unrest have been sown, though whether they sprout or not depends on oppositons insistence towards change. With one dead, on near dead and six more wounded Canadian soldiers by their old friend "Friendly Fire", even hard core freedom fighting Canadian Conservatives must at least be keeping count. With 4 Billion spend on war, all on military and none on rebuilding Afghanistan and over 30 Canadians dead since the Conservatives have taken office even Prime Minister Harper must be seeing the error in hitching his wagon so close to G.W. Bush's falling star


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