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Fact Sheet: Promoting Democracy to Help Make America Safer

Today, President Bush Will Address The Veterans Of Foreign Wars National Convention In Kansas City And Further Illustrate Why Helping Democracies Of The Middle East Stand Up To Violent Islamic Extremists Is The Reasonable Path Toward A Safer World For The American People. Using the example of Asia's development, he will show that there is long precedent for the work we are doing in the Middle East that will make America safer – and good reason for confidence in our success.
What will make america really safer is to stop supporting regimes of abuse across the globe who have robbed their own people of dignity, rights and education and instead turned them into mindless animals.

* Discussions Of The Difficult Work Our Generation Is Undertaking In The Middle East Today Echo Arguments Made About The Far East Years Ago. There are many differences between the wars America fought in the Far East and the war on terror we are fighting today. But one important similarity is that at their core, they are all ideological struggles. We are still in the early hours of the current ideological struggle, but we know how the others ended – and that knowledge helps guide our efforts today.
Democrazy is an old dead horse being beaten to the point of mashed meat. Its not an idealogical struggle, Its a struggle of global dominance like the soviets and Nazis. I don't call pumping oil and feeding corrupt thrones with dollars a difficult work.

* Today, The Violent Islamic Extremists Who Fight Us In Iraq Are As Certain Of Their Cause As The Nazis, Imperial Japanese, And Soviet Communists Were Of Theirs – And They Are Destined For The Same Fate. So long as we remain true to our ideals, we will defeat the extremists in Iraq and help that country's people stand up a functioning democracy in the heart of the Middle East, which will make America safer and more secure.
You shouldn't be in Iraq at first place and No.2 you have failed to secure the borders wreaking havoc on yourself and more than that on the Iraqi people in form of forigen terrorist. Gave al-quaeda new headquarters and fronts to recruit and fight on after being booted out of Afghanistan.

Without America's Intervention During The War – And Our Willingness To Stick With The South Koreans After The War – Millions Of South Koreans Would Now Be Living Under A Brutal And Repressive Regime.
Because the koreans had no oil to give you. Had it been Al-Sauds it would be ok to let them repress their nation as long the oil flowed.

Helping Iraq Stand Up A Functioning Democracy Is Critical To The Safety Of The American People

Like Past Enemies, The Terrorists Who Wage War In Iraq, Afghanistan, And Other Places Kill Americans Because We Stand In The Way Of Their Goal To Crush Freedom And Tolerance – And They Will Be Defeated.

* Seeing The Iraqis Through As They Build Their Democracy Is Critical To Keeping The American People Safe From The Terrorists Who Want To Attack Us.
bush seems to have "they want to kill us paronia"

A Free Iraq Will Not Transform Into A Perfect Democracy Overnight, But It Will Be A Massive Defeat For Al Qaeda And A Source Of Hope For The Rest Of The Middle East. A free Iraq will be a friend and partner of the United States and an ally in the ideological struggle of the 21st century
More like a source of cheaper oil and pleasure land for all middle east corrupt monarchies who carry a historical grudge against iraq. I can imagine them at gathering, striking wine glass and cheering "to hell with Iraq". Thinking that Iraq war will threat Al-Saud's is just an idiot dream. Al-Saud's are allies and direction of prayers for bush.

Fuel economy!! whats that??

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