Bending the Third Rail
Because We Should, We Can, We Do
Monday, February 05, 2007
In The Zone
The Iraqis are apparently getting a bit impatient that the American's haven't now delivered on their promise of security.

Whaaaaa. Who's country is it?

I guess you can't blame them when Americans act like it's their country.

Anyway, Bush's response is this:
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush said on Monday it was a "good sign" that Iraqis wanted the new U.S. strategy of boosting troop numbers in Baghdad implemented more quickly.
LOL. Bush's spin reminds me of that old Twilight Zone episode with the child actor Billy Mummy in the lead role. Mummy plays a kid who has unlimited power by merely imagining things. If anyone steps out of line with this little tyrant, he "wishes them into the corn field" which is a euphemism for destroying them. Anyway, the way all the adults deal with Mummy's tantrums are to always agree with him, as in "it's good that you killed that gopher" or "it's a good thing that you sent grandma to the corn field", all the while with terror striken faces.

That's Bush. "It's a good thing" that Iraqi's are impatient with us .....
Anonymous romunov said...
To be fair, Bush did promise a lot of things to Iraqis (and Americans). And people still believe him? :)