Wednesday, December 14, 2005
First Afghanistan. Then Iraq. Now Iran. If this Mahmoud Ahmadinejad wants to pretend he's a big dog let him, but it's not a smart move. And while I'm on this subject, may I just say how nice it is to have a president, W, who has the balls to be in office.George W. Bush He's accepted responsibility for going to war on faulty intelligence, we're still waiting for France, Germany, Russia and England to apologize for that faulty intelligence by the way, and says that knowing what he knows now he still would have went into Iraq. Thank God he's in office and not some white flag, yellow spine, weak-knee, cower in the corner Liberal who cares more about what the people think about him than he does about what's right. And I'm not afraid to say this but, I love this man. And for all those pansy Liberals who continue to say that he hasn't given his plan for Iraq:
Victory will be achieved by meeting certain objectives: when the terrorists and Saddamists can no longer threaten Iraq's democracy, when the Iraqi security forces can protect their own people and when Iraq is not a safe haven for terrorists to plot attacks against our country. These objectives, not timetables set by politicians in Washington, will drive our force levels in Iraq
Exactly what he's been saying the whole time. I don't know how you can be any more clear.


Anonymous said...

1) Why the crap should France, Germany, Russia and England apologise for the information BUSH GAVE THEM?!
2) He hasn't taken responsibility for the fact that his "faulty intelligence" apparently came from thin air (since the CIA never had any of that "intel").
3) Of course he would have still gone into Iraq - BECAUSE HE KNEW BEFOREHAND THAT THERE WAS NO WMDs!
4) I'll quote Bush from back when he was a governor, just so you know what a "pansy Liberal" sounds like:
"Victory means exit strategy, and it's important for the President to explain to us what the exit strategy is."
So he's hard to top for hypocrisy.