WASHINGTON, Feb 12 (Reuters) – U.S. Senate Minority Leader
Tom Daschle said on Wednesday the Bush administration must do more to protect
Americans against a suspected increased risk of terrorist attacks than urge
them to seal a designated room with duct tape and plastic sheets.
"This administration has to do a lot better,"
said Daschle, a South Dakota Democrat. "They have to do a lot more than
tell people that the responsibility is now on their shoulders."
With a possible war with Iraq looming and the US government
having raised the risk level of terrorist attacks based on intelligence reports,
US authorities this week recommended that every American home have at least
three days’ worth of food and water in case of a chemical, biological or radiological
strike. [Full Story]
Now we get to the real reason behind the Bush administrations policies against
Iraq. The whole war for oil thing was a red herring to cover up the real reasons.
Bush and Cheney have disinvested themselves of their oil holdings so any increase
in oil prices isn’t going to help them. But what about duct tape holdings? How
many senior administration officials have heavily invested in duct tape futures.
Follow the money and I am sure we will find the real reasons using deDUCTive
reasoning. Tom "duct tape’ Daschle please come clean to the American people
with your connections to duct tape; it is rumored that your wife is a major
duct tape lobbyist.
Check out the duct tape Wall