The Deadly Failure
of George W. Bush, Karl Rove, and
the Republican Party Elites--It is the
Story of Chemical Weapons in Iraq
and the Decision to Keep Quiet


Victor Edward Swanson,
The Hologlobe Press
Postal Box 5263
Cheboygan, Michigan  49721
The United States of America

Version 1
(October 18, 2014)

    Daily, I do a bit of work on my television history files, and I also do a bit of research on things related to a former icebreaker of the U.S. Coast Guard on the Great Lakes known mostly as The Mackinaw WAGB-83, and some of the research on the icebreaker includes doing research on Air Station Traverse City (of the U.S. Coast Guard), Traverse City, Michigan, and recently I have been looking up facts and such about helicopters, such as the HO3S-1G and HO4S-1G, used at the air station (though it is not as if I did not already have information about helicopters).  On Thursday, October 16, 2014, while I was listening to the nationally syndicated radio show entitled The Mark Levin Show, I was looking for more information about the "HH-65A"-type helicopter, especially photographs, and at one point, Mark R. Levin made me aware of a new news story about "weapons of mass destruction" that were in Iraq around the time of the invasion of Iraq by the U.S. military under the direction of U.S. President George W. Bush in 2003 (which had been agreed to by the U.S. Congress, even many "Democrats").  The push in to Iraq (which was then a country headed by Saddam Hussein) was made in part because intelligence agencies around the world had information that there were chemical weapons in Iraq, and after the invasion took place, it looked as if there were no chemical weapons, and for years, the Democrats pushed out the idea that George Bush lied to the U.S. Congress and the American people and that the war was unjustified and an "illegal war."  (Keep in mind--For months before the invasion would take place, the U.S. signaled to the Iraqi people and Saddam Hussein that the U.S. was probably going to invade Iraq, giving Iraqis time to move bad things.)  Since 2003, information has slowly been getting out to the American public that there were indeed chemical weapons in Iraq, and one reason is some people (soldiers) who were in Iraq between 2003 and at least 2011 are finally being listened to, and also other people are making enough noise about what is fact and are being listened to.  For example, The Wall Street Journal for June 19, 2014, had information for readers about "ISIS" (a terrorist group) having gained control of some chemical weapons in Iraq [I made a note of the incident at the open of T.H.A.T. #123, which can be reached through this T.H.A.T. #123 link].  On October 16, 2014, Mark R. Levin read an article published by The Daily Beast ["Insiders Blame Rove for Covering Up Iraq's Real WMD."  The Daily Beast, 16 October 2014] about the chemical-weapons-in-Iraq idea tied to the Iraq War.  The article noted that the federal government--the George W. Bush administration--did indeed find chemical-weapons stockpiles in Iraq after the invasion had taken place (thought not immediately), but the George W. Bush administration kept quiet about the chemical-weapons stockpiles.  After the invasion had taken place and no chemical weapons had been quickly found, the George W. Bush administration looked bad to the American public, seemingly having lied about chemical weapons, and the article noted that, after the George W. Bush administration had lost the argument about chemical weapons in the minds of Americans and then it had really found chemical weapons, the George W. Bush administration decided not to report finding chemical weapons in Iraq over the years that followed, and the article noted that it was Karl Rove (a "Republican" big wig and an advisor to George W. Bush) who pushed the idea that they should "Let these sleeping dogs lie" and not tell the American public (it was all in the past and passé); for instance, around 2004, U.S. Senator Rick Sandorum (a Republican and a "conservative"), who had received proof of chemical weapons, was rebuffed by the George W. Bush administration, and even around 2005 and 2006, evidence found by U.S. Representative Pete Hoekstra was not acted upon.  The George W. Bush administration did not tell the truth about the chemical weapons between 2003 and 2008, and because it did not, the Republican Party was attacked continually, and I argue that, because the facts were kept quiet, the Democratic Party was better able to win the presidential election of November 2008, allowing Barack Obama, a truly rotten man, to become the U.S. President, and the Republicans' keeping quiet about what was found between 2003 and 2011, the Democratic Party had less trouble getting Barack Obama elected to the U.S. presidency for a second time in 2012 than it could have if the facts about the chemical-weapons finds had been reported to the American public.  The idea of not telling the American public about the found chemical weapons shows the rottenness and idiocy of a number of people, and one is certainly Karl Rove--whom to me, based on a lot of incidents, such as putting down "conservatives" regularly in the press, seems to be working secretly on behalf of the Democratic Party (made up of socialists and communists and black racists and other enslavists).  My learning of the not-telling incident exposes even more of the stupidity of the "Bush family"; George W. Bush, for instance, believed the nonsense that the world was going to have an economic crash around 2008, pushed along by Democrats, and then authorized "TARP", and George W. Bush did not do much to secure the border between Mexico and the United States of America during his term as the U.S. president, and Jeb Bush (who was a governor of Florida and is being pushed to be a U.S. President) has pushed out his belief that giving amnesty to illegal aliens is a good idea because, for one, it will be good for the economy, and now it has become public knowledge there were indeed chemical weapons found in Iraq.  After Mark R. Levin read the article over the air, listeners started calling in, reporting what they had seen (as soldiers) in Iraq; for instance, a man called "Steve" passed along information about the finding of chemical weapons, and a man called "Chris" (who reported he had won a Bronze Star) talked about seeing chemical weapons.  The decision to not tell the American public about the found chemical weapons shows off the rottenness of the thinking of many of the upper-level members of the Republican Party today--Karl Rove, George W. Bush, et cetera.  And the rotten thinking led to the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, when Barack Obama made no attempt to send a rescue mission, led to the deaths of dozens of Mexicans and one U.S. border agent in relation to the "Fast and Furious" scandal, which was designed to get guns in the hands of Mexican drug smugglers, led to getting many Muslims killed in the Middle East at the hands of Islamist terrorists (such as members of "ISIS" or "ISIL," who are pushing Sharia for the world), led to the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood (a Sharia-based terrorist group) in Egypt for a short time, led to the importation of diseases and sickness from Central America and South America through an "open borders policy," led to damaging of the medical system of the United States of America under the defective ways and rules of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, led to the appointing of bad judges to the federal court system, such as a female racist (a supporter of La Raza) to the U.S. Supreme Court, et cetera.  Some errors of so-called good men can never be forgiven or brushed aside and forgotten, being deadly errors!


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