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A unique perspective on Bush's road to war in Iraq
Posted by: Potlatch (IP Logged)
Date: April 5, 2004 07:17AM

In an effort to draw attention to the Bush administrations unfounded and unproven reasons for the war in Iraq, I offer anyone interested to give a listen to "White House Sonata" at [www.artistlaunch.com] . In this new version of Ludwig Van Beethoven?s ?Moonlight Sonata?, over a dozen comments from President George W. Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney are mixed into the classical favorite, providing the listener with a unique and historically accurate perspective on America?s trumped up and causality laden path to the war in Iraq, and draws attention to the overwhelming fact that there were no weapons of mass destruction (Supposedly the reason so many have died or been injured) ever found.

The song and accompanying flash video, highlights GWB terms like ?mushroom cloud?, ?massive stockpile of biological weapons . . . capable of killing millions? as well as our Presidents famous ?Bring ?em on? response as it leads the listener to the realization that nothing Mr. Bush has told our nation regarding reasons for the war was tempered with the truth. The Grande Finale of the presentation is when the President is caught off guard by a reporters question about the war in Iraq, and stutters an unrehearsed, embarrassing and unrelated answer.




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