Friday, April 3, 2015

Karl Rove's Sociopathic Response to a War Hero's Message.

The worst foreign policy decision in U.S history was the illegal, invasion of Iraq, spearheaded by Karl Rove and the rest of these 'New 21st Century' bastards whom commenced their sadistic plot to drastically rearrange the Middle East in a democratic type of landscape, both politically and socially. So, the Bush Administration used the United States military, our brave men, and women, for dishonorable service, and doing so in the name of freedom and liberation. Karl Rove should have nightmares over what he's done. Instead, the bastard deflects attention from his wicked despicable actions not only in regards to the illegal war but also to the political opponents of his Republican counterparts that he's treated with a spiteful spirit and downright rudeness. For now, I have wanted to focus on a video posted recently, in which a former soldier has the courage to stand to read a short message to Karl Rove and it's heartbreaking, in that, the former soldiers did what he was instructed to, but even he feels horrible about what happened and that the reason American forces invaded without a clear goal or objective. In the video, Rove continuously tries to connect Saddam with state sponsored terror, which is an outright lie. Saddam didn't have anything to do with sponsoring terrorism. Nor was he in contact with anyone who might be a terrorist because Saddam's regime was secular. Saddam wasn't interested in religious fundamentalism, as a matter of fact, he thought Osama Bin Laden was a nut, and he didn't trust religious zealots. Saddam was a bad guy, at least from what America is told, has anyone taken the time to research and see for themselves whether what the media was feeding us about was indeed, true? Indeed, Saddam did bad things, but he was no sooner of terrorism. In addition, Rove attempts to use 9/11 and the illegal invasion of Iraq as having a correlation or were in response to Saddam having anything to do with 9/11. In fact, Mr. Rove knows Iraq had nothing to do with the terrorist attacks on that fateful Tuesday morning.

Here are the young man's message and Rove's pathetic response.
“I have taken responsibility for my actions and dealt with my demons while advocating for a peaceful resolution of a war that was an act of aggression with no clear goal,” said the former soldier, who identified himself as Ryan Henowitz. “Can you take responsibility and apologize for your decision in sending a generation to lose their humanity and deal with the horrors of war, which you have never had the courage to face? Will you apologize to the millions of fathers and mothers who lost their children on both sides of this useless war?” The encounter happened while Rove was speaking at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. He had been brought in by the school’s College Republicans and another group, Young America’s Foundation. The Eastern Connecticut Young Democrats posted footage of the exchange online. Henowitz said he served as a Medic in the 2nd Battalion of the Army’s 7th Infantry Regiment. “I saw my friends torn apart and Iraqi children screaming for their parents as indiscriminate shrapnel scarred them and us in ways that we will never know,” he told Rove. “We were exposed to more questions about life and death than any 20 year old should have. These scars stay with me and other veterans who are now one of the highest demographics to commit suicide at a rate of 22 suicides per day, and over thousands disabled.” (1).

1). Susie Madrak. (3 April 2015). We Already Knew Karl Rove Was Evil, But He's Outdone Himself. Crooks and Liars. http://crooksandliars.com/

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