Our troops volunteered to serve their country. Long before George W. Bush, Bill Clinton also said that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, the same Saddam Hussein who was responsible for killing hundreds of thousands of people during his long and evil reign. Iraq, a country that has long suffered from tyranny, is with our help trying to build a democracy. But when you're an idiot liberal hellbent with hatred for the President, the facts mean nothing:
While I know that you just can't take liberals seriously, the Secret Service might still wanna look into this asshole.
When the national political conversation turns to excessive nastiness, will the media remember The Huffington Post? On Bush's last Memorial Day as Commander-in-Chief, Democratic activist Bob Geiger posted an article titled "Dead Troops Remembered by President Who Had Them Killed." Bush is a murderer? Geiger says yes: "Make no mistake about it, George W. Bush is as responsible for the deaths of those men and women as if he himself had fired the bullet or set the IEDs that ended their lives."
What's interesting is that your usual Huffington Post blogger doesn't have anywhere near the same amount of hatred for the people actually shooting our troops and setting the IEDs. Geiger kicks it up a notch to suggest that your usual murderer has more class than the President: "Even a garden-variety murderer would be unlikely to make an appearance when the victim's family is observing the anniversary of a loved one's death."
Yes, that's a harsh headline for this piece.
But I'll ask you to forgive me because, as a Veteran, there isn't a day on the calendar that causes my hatred -- and I do indeed mean hatred -- of George W. Bush to bubble over the top more than Memorial Day.