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Monday, December 19, 2005

Uh oh, looks like, according to President Jr & Cheneyburton's mindset, that the US troops now hate freedom as well, as is the case with anyone who doesn't enthusiastically allow the Administration's rhetorical blather & rigamarole to encompass them wholly

In other words, Cheneyburton got a bit of a bitchslap from the US Troops themselves

Shouts of "hooah!" from the audience interrupted Cheney a few times, but mostly the service members listened intently. When he delivered the applause line, "We're in this fight to win. These colors don't run," the only sound was a lone whistle.

Oh yeah, one other little nugget here, and if this is how the US tries to pass off underequipping the Iraqi troops & security forces needed to bring stability back to the Iraqis themselves, then only a fool with the brain the size of a chipmunk-Yes, that WOULD be President Jr-sees continuing success against an insurgency supposedly in it's "last throes"

Then again, maybe the terrorists & insurgents will start doing the "BANG" thing with their fingers as well

His next visit was to Taji Air Base, where he saw tanks that Iraqis had rebuilt and watched while they practiced a vehicle sweep at a security checkpoint.

U.S. forces guarded Cheney with weapons at the ready while Iraqi soldiers, who had no weapons, held their arms out as if they were carrying imaginary guns.

"The Syrian border is back under Iraq control now," U.S. Lt. Gen. Marty Dempsey told the vice president, pointing to a map of Iraqi troop locations. "When people say, 'When will Iraq take control of its own security?' the answer truly is it already has."


Yep, that imaginary weapons strategy we're helping the Iraqis out with is sure paying off in a treasure trove of nonviolence & success now

2 Comments:

  • Well, those imaginary nuclear bombs didn't work out so well, but they're hoping they can at least manage imaginary rifles.

    By Blogger john_m_burt, at 7:49 PM  

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