4,400 Plus

In 2006, when the Democrat-majority, 110th Congress was sworn in, election-
mandated to end the Iraqi war, the toll of U.S. soldiers, killed, stood at 2,994.

Direct responsibility is now shared by Republicans in Congress, without excuse or equivocation, for
more spilled blood and lives lost in an occupation harmful to the nation, unjustifiable, and unjust.

Test your government I.Q.

Which president is out of place?  Doesn’t belong?

Answer:  This is a trick question, because during George Washington’s presidency, the capital was in New York and Philadelphia.  John Adams, the second president, was the first to reside in the White House, beginning in 1800; Washington, as president, never did.  So, how did you do?

But if you clicked on “Bush,” then from any perspective, other than literal historical accuracy, your assumption was also completely correct.  A stark and deeply regrettable contrast does exist between Bush and the men pictured above him, and the Bush presidency (including Bush’s Nixon-administration alumni) has done more to tear down American democracy and damage the nation than the combined legacy of any of America’s three-most cherished presidents to build it, excluding, perhaps, Madison and Jefferson.  But given another two years of the Bush-Cheney White House, even the contributions of those Founders and presidents could be neutralized.  With Bush, the historic chain of democratic strength, and of linked, evolving heritage the presidents above him built, and many others, has been arrogantly, selfishly, and remorselessly broken.

The presidents on top are:  George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, and John F. Kennedy.

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