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War Is Sold Just Like Soda or Toothpaste

White House chief of Staff Andrew Card famously said – in explaining why the Bush administration waited until September to make its case for war in Iraq: From a marketing point of view, you don’t introduce new products in August. War is – indeed – marketed just like soda or toothpaste. Everyone knows that truth is the first casualty of war. Countries need to lie about their enemies in order to demonize them sufficiently so that the people will support the war.

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Comment by Dave Wilber
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 THERE WOULD BE NO WARS IF WARS EQUIRED TAXES

It is impossible to pay taxes with credit even if one state authorized us to pay taxes with credit! If the state authorized us to grow wings, could we fly?  The Federal Reserve said in 1979 that their system "works (us) only with credit"--Keeping Our Money (their credit) Healthy --Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Comment by Michael Shoen
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December 7, 1941 was also a set-up, totally maneuvered by ONI and FDR -- totally. Read Stinnett's "Day of Deceit" and read my website mikeshoenforcongress.com page "How We Got Here". How stupid can we be? All you war lovers and neo-cons, why don't you just buy leg irons and neck irons for yourselves? You ought to walk around with these things on. Willing Slaves.


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