WAR -- what is it good for? Absolutely nothing.

WHO is it good for? Well that's another story -- Kellog Brown and Root, Halliburton, Dick Cheney, The Busha Nostra in general, the Bin Ladn family in Saudia Arabia, the mfrs and suppliers of oil-well equipment, pipe, drill bits, etc... et al.

In murderous life as in murder mysteries, the key is always always always:

(Who benefits?)

So ask ourselves, who benefitted from 9-11? (Clue, whose popularity ratings and ability to effect any sort of authority, were swirling around the drain?)

Who benefitted from going into Iraq instead of going after Al Quaeda?

In fact, who benefitted from passing Al Quaeda off as an actual organized structure rather than just an affiliation of people who despise America, sometimes for cause?

Who benefits from Osama Ben Ladn still being on the loose?
(Think Michael Meyers in the Halloween series, Jason in the Friday the 13th series, Moriarty in the Sherlock Holmes series.)
Who benefits from the villain still being uncaught?

Obviously the people who want to keep on making the sequels.

Which might explain why, in the aftermath of nearly 3000 people burning to death in the WTC, the Spoiled Brat smirked "I think I just won the Trifecta."

Whether complicit before or after the fact, isn't it about time people point the finger (no, not THAT finger) at Bush, Cheney, et al and say it:



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