Thursday, July 12, 2007

Must be the heat

Well this proves it. George W. Bush is totally insane. If he were just a garden variety liar he would make up better stories than what he spewed at today's press conference.

The people planting roadside bombs in Iraq "are the same ones who attacked us on Sept. 11." says Commander Guy. "The same folks that are bombing innocent people in Iraq are the ones who attacked us on Sept. 11." Of course they're not really the same; those guys are probably still dead. We of course bomb innocent people constantly, but that's collateral damage and that's different. Dead Iraqis are automatically al Qaeda.

"Al Qaeda in Iraq has pledged allegiance to Osama bin Laden," Bush said. "We need to take al Qaeda in Iraq seriously just like we need to take al Qaeda anywhere in the world seriously."

Good, it's about time you did. You've been telling us Osama doesn't matter and it was all about regime change. He's not In Iraq, by the way, nor in the US, but the Bush plan to get him still requires that he read your e-mail and listen to your phone calls.

"No question al Qaeda is dangerous ... that's why we need terrorist surveillance programs,"

No question it's a good plan though, after all 6 years of it have produce no results and that makes it a winner since as long as Osama exists; as long as any two bit religious loony with a book of matches "pledges allegiance" to him, we can keep telling you they're everywhere. and if they're everywhere, we can keep standing in the middle of some Baghdad street waiting to get blown to hell while insisting that it's getting better all the time. See? We needed to destroy that country and open its borders to Jihadists because al Qaeda is there. Makes sense.

Impeach the bastard.

6 comments:

Intellectual Insurgent said...

Makes sense to me. :-) LOL!

mrsleep said...

Why does it feel like we are just talking to ourselves, and that everyone else walks around with blinders on, and their fingers stuck in their ears?

d nova said...

my, my. so much emotion....

Capt. Fogg said...

Who, me?

Reign of Reason said...

Why does the press-corp let him get away with it? Why don't they point out the obvious -- that he's making shit up?

We are really lost...

Capt. Fogg said...

I don't know. Ever since the 60's the term anti-war was enough to make you a target and make sure nobody listens to you. For some reason, you can oppose anything but a war and so a president can get away with anything as long as there's a war.