Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Bush stubbornly defends U.S. war on terrorism

President Bush is stubborn on most things. He is not always right, or Right, but he does pick a choice and stick with it instead of taking a poll every day to see if he should change his position.

Let's keep killing terrorists until they lose the will to fight. Then we can negotiate. Bush stubbornly defends U.S. war on terrorism: "In his swan song speech yesterday to the United Nations, the world body that refused to authorize his attack on Iraq, U.S. President George W. Bush staunchly defended his controversial war record and warned that 'the world must continue to confront terrorism.'

Mr. Bush said wars to topple the Taliban and oust former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein had been worthwhile. 'Afghanistan and Iraq have been transformed from regimes that actively sponsor terror to democracies that fight terror,' he told the annual gathering of world leaders at the opening of a new UN General Assembly session.

Iran's fiery President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who spoke later in the day, looked on, waving to watchers in the public gallery and, at one point, giving a 'thumbs down' as Mr. Bush denounced Tehran's Islamic theocracy as one of the last few nations - he also named Syria - that 'continue to sponsor terror.'"

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