Documented Bush Lies

Chart of Bush Lies:

24 "Deceptions" In 704 words: Bush's 2003 SOTU


Subject: Documented Proof Bush Lied !
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 08:55:02 CST
From: Steve [email protected]
To: [email protected]

Notice: 7-16-03 - Dear Bush ass kisser Bill O'Reilly, here is the documented proof you wanted that Bush lied.

Most recent Bush lie:

Bush made his remarks to reporters on 7-14-03 with UN Secretary General Kofi Annan at his side, in response to a question from the Washington Post.

As quoted on the White House Web site, Bush said:

"The fundamental question is, did Saddam Hussein have a weapons program? And the answer is, absolutely. And we gave him a chance to allow the inspectors in, and he wouldn't let them in. And, therefore, after a reasonable request, we decided to remove him from power..."

The Truth:

Everyone in the world knows that Saddam Hussein allowed a fully-equipped team of UN inspectors to comb every inch of his country - including previously off-limits Presidential palaces - for four full months."

George W. Bush knew this because he demanded that Iraq allow inspectors to return in 2002.

He knew this because millions of citizens around the world took to the streets to demand continued inspections, not war.

He knew this because he spoke about the inspections repeatedly, almost daily.

He knew this because he specifically urged the inspectors to leave Iraq when he issued his 48-hour ultimatum to Iraq on March 17, 2003."


There is one documented lie Billy Boy !


Here is an old documented lie Billy Boy:

On 9-7-02 Bush cited a satellite photograph and a report by the U.N. atomic energy agency (IAEA) as evidence of Iraq's impending rearmament.

Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair talked to reporters before opening about three hours of talks at Camp David, Bush's presidential retreat in Maryland.

Blair cited a newly released satellite photo of Iraq identifying new construction at several sites linked in the past to Baghdad's development of nuclear weapons. And both leaders mentioned a 1998 report by the U.N.-affiliated International Atomic Energy Agency, or IAEA, that said Saddam could be six months away from developing nuclear weapons.

"I don't know what more evidence we need," Bush said as he greeted Blair for a brainstorming session on Iraq. "We owe it to future generations to deal with this problem."

In a joint appearance before the summit, the two leaders repeated their shared view that Saddam's ouster was the only way to stop Iraq's pursuit - and potential use - of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons.

The Truth:

The IAEA report Bush cited was done before the 1991 Gulf War, yes O'Reilly he lied buddy. Bush quoted a report that was done before the 1991 Gulf War, and he passed it off as a current report of intelligence in 2002. Bush quotes an 11 year old IAEA report and told the American people it was a current report. When in fact it was an 11 year old report, this is called Lying O'Reilly. Unless you believe the President of the United States did not know it was an 11 year old report, it is a documented lie.

And in fact, the white house even later admitted it was an 11 year old report. The only problem is they called it a mistake, yeah right, he accidently quoted an 11 year old report about WMD's in Iraq. If anyone believes that, contact me because I have some land to sell you.

A senior White House official acknowledged Saturday night that the 1998 report did not say what Bush claimed.

Meanwhile, Mark Gwozdecky, a spokesman for the U.N. agency, disputed Bush's and Blair's assessment of the satellite photograph, which was first publicized Friday. Contrary to news service reports, there was no specific photo or building that aroused suspicions, he told Windrem.

The photograph in question was not U.N. intelligence imaging but simply a picture from a commercial satellite imaging company, Gwozdecky said. He said that the IAEA reviewed commercial satellite imagery regularly and that, from time to time, it noticed construction at sites it had previously examined.

Gwozdecky said the new construction indicated in the photograph was no surprise and that no conclusions were drawn from it. "There is not a single building we see," he said.


There it is Bill, two documented lies by Bush. I could show you many more, but why bother, even when you know there is documented proof Bush lied, you refuse to admit it because your head is so far up Bush's ass you can't see the truth.

Steve (Webmaster)

P.S. The content of this posting was sent to [email protected] on july 16th, 2003, and posted on the website Lets see if O'Reilly finally admits Bush is a liar.

Don't hold you breath, O'Reilly is in full bore code red cover up mode for Bush. Hey Bill what happened to Col. Maginnis, he said on a scale of 1 to 10 it was a 10 they would find WMD's in Iraq within 30 days. BTW, that was on may 22nd, it is now september 11th, 2003 and still no WMD's. You said he would be back in 30 days, where is he ?

UPDATE: To this day Col Maginnis has not been back on the factor to report on anything, let alone WMD's in Iraq. It seems Bill is not going to honor his 30 day promise. In fact, I predict Col Maginnis will never do the factor again. His reputation has been ruined, and his credibility is now zero. O'Reilly is a coward, and a liar.