Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Bush, still adamant [arrogant]

Do you know, I feel much safer now than I did before the war in Iraq began.

Has it only been five years since we invaded Iraq?

I must thank Mr Bush for all his efforts to rid the world of the terrorists that threaten and kill people on the streets of New York and London as well as other cities throughout the world.

These terrorist are probably the same ones who were, and possibly still are, hiding weapons of mass destruction in their back gardens. Do they have garden sheds in Iraq?

It is good to know that we can stand down our security and intelligence services because of all the good work he has carried out for us all the Middle East.

The money, the loss of life, the lies, the political fallout and the environmental costs are all insignificant when compared to the relief one must feel knowing that the Iraq people are enjoying the same freedoms as the rest of us; the freedom to write books and draw cartoons etc.

I wonder how free and safe people of Islam feel in any Country now that Bush has saved us all from Osama Bin Laden and the al-Qaeda organisation?

I was so glad when they captured them all and broke their network of terrorist cells so that we no longer need to worry about terror threats at home or abroad.

And don’t you wish that people would stop banging on about the cost of the war? It is not as if the US and the UK needed that money for things better spent at home.

Feeling better now everyone?

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Thank you Mr. Bush, you infuriating Arse! And that is something I have always been able to say, even without your phony war.

You can read his speech commemorating the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq here from the BBC. But if you cannot be bothered, or have already seen or heard it, then here is yet another ill conceived statement taken from the end of that speech:

Today, standing before men and women who helped liberate a nation, I reaffirm the commitment. The battle in Iraq is noble, it is necessary, and it is just. And with your courage, the battle in Iraq will end in victory. God bless.

He still doesn’t get it does he?

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2 Comments:

At 6:11 am , Blogger yellowdog granny said...

and every time i turn the channel there he is laughing it up and heee hawwing like some demented jackass...sigh*

 
At 8:47 am , Blogger old enough to moan said...

Just as some people are apt to look at a Muslim and think Terrorist, so people look at bush and think American!

 

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