Friday, March 14, 2008

Our mistake, soz God

Politicians will rarely, if ever admit, to making a mistake therefore it should come as no surprise that when a mistake on the scale of that made when Messrs Bush and Blair took the decision to invade Iraq both will continue to deny any wrong doing, after all it will affect their earning potential after office should they ever do so.

Even now Bush continues, as no doubt Blair will, to defend their catastrophic blunder into war as can be seen in this video posted on the Guardian website, or this cartoon from the same paper.

If neither of these two men can be bought to account for their decision then perhaps we could be allowed to ‘water-board’ them until they admit to the error of their ways.

Failing that, perhaps a rendition flight into Iran? No, I am too humane for either of these options so perhaps bring them before some of the best interrogators this country has to offer, as in serious journalists, in order for them to be continuously grilled, metaphorically, until they are backed so far into a corner they cannot possibly use their evasive skills, or just plain stupid answers in the case of Bush, to wheedle their way out and admit to the truth.

They should have nothing to fear because both admit to having God on their side and I would not mind either of them using him in their defence, provided he made a personal appearance that is.

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3 Comments:

At 5:38 pm , Blogger yellowdog granny said...

oh i love it..waterboard their asses till they see the light..
#1..the war was wrong..
#2..waterboarding sucks..

 
At 5:38 pm , Blogger yellowdog granny said...

oh i love it..waterboard their asses till they see the light..
#1..the war was wrong..
#2..waterboarding sucks..

 
At 1:19 am , Blogger old enough to moan said...

I heard ya the first time Granny, ha.
I was excited then by the prospect of two visitors to my blog.

You are always welcome to call twice, the postman does [if you have a bell to ring].

Will they ever see the light?
I notice Blair has not stopped globe trotting on various quests since leaving office, mainly in the middle east.

His latest being climate change. Would that be political or environmental?
He sure as hell fekked up on the former.

 

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