To the editor:
Not long ago, I asked the question in print in this newspaper, "How comfortable should we be with George W. Bush continuing in the role as president of the United States and just how comfortable should Congress be with this fact?"
Now we discover that his World War III comment aimed at the Iranian issue and his pounding again on the war drums was another of his manipulative attempts to what, convince the American people that Iran was an immediate threat to our national security? Or regain some credibility with countries that had been our allies on Sept. 12, 2001, right after the World Trade Center event, only to be alienated by the policies of this administration when they falsified the intelligence they thought would justify pre-emptive war?
Either way, now the president is once again caught in a lie over when he knew that the attempt to make nuclear weapons had been abandoned in Iran in 2003 and his blatant bellicose speech about the possible imminence of World War III? This man has zero credibility with everyone, which means that American has no credibility anywhere in the world. Is it not time to ask our Congress to start the process provided in the Constitution to remove this man and his equally guilty No. 2 from their offices? We could draw names from a hat and do better. How much more damage must we suffer from these people?