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Bushs Eighth Year: Vacuous Victory, Iraq Occupation-Dec. 2011 Robert R. Morman

Bushs Eighth Year: Vacuous Victory, Iraq Occupation-Dec. 2011

Robert R. Morman

Published July 21st 2009
ISBN : 9781438982168
Paperback
504 pages
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The specious reasons for beginning the war in Iraq were re-stated, bailouts for Wall Street and the Big Three auto industry staggering, the economy in recession, national deficits and debt increasing, the pre-emptive war in Iraq unresolved, a flimsyMoreThe specious reasons for beginning the war in Iraq were re-stated, bailouts for Wall Street and the Big Three auto industry staggering, the economy in recession, national deficits and debt increasing, the pre-emptive war in Iraq unresolved, a flimsy Iraqi government dominated by Shiites and Kurds, sectarian violence waning, the largest embassy in the world built in Baghdad with occupation until December 31, 11, Taliban attacks increasing with more U. S. troops destined for re-deployment from Iraq to Afghanistan, USAF air tanker refueling contract conflict between Boeing and Northrup, radar system in Czech Republic and interceptor missiles in Poland, benign policy on illegal immigration and phantom border fence construction forsaken, detrimental free trade policy and huge deficits with China and elsewhere rising, second largest embassy in the world built in Beijing, tainted products from China, Bushs legacy trip to the Olympiad, no peace in the Middle East, the election of socialist Barack Hussein Obama over hapless McCain, ongoing controversy over global warming at the UN and the EU waxing tough on immigration ruining their nations. In brief, the Bush administration was a continuing economic, cultural and financial disaster.