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Saturday, May 24, 2008


 

Bush remembers his victims...for a second


In China, the country paused for three solid minutes to remember their dead. The customary time for remembering even a single dead person is a "minute of silence." But evidently that was too long for George Bush to remember 4587 people (Iraq+Afghanistan) that he sent to their deaths:
President Bush asked Americans to pay tribute to veterans by pausing on Memorial Day for "a moment of remembrance."
As for the other million-plus deaths he's caused, I'm sure that even a "moment" is longer than Bush has ever paused to consider their fates.


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