Thursday, December 14, 2006

"I Reject Those Ideas"

El Presidente Bush just made the statement "I reject those ideas" on TV about the ideas recently presented to him on the issue of Iraq. In other words, he will continue to "stay the course", and kill off many more of our sons and daughters in this insane Iraqi civil war brought about by his misadventures as the big bad Commander-in-Chief.

The little leader of the three monkeys republicians actually called this war in Iraq a "fight", and added that he will not be pressured into making a decision.

Perhaps he meant "good decision", since just about every decision this pious spokesman of the tree-swingers has made has been a bad one.

He went on to say that we are making progress in Iraq, that just last week, we killed over 5,000 terrorists who wanted to harm America.

For those of you who have reading comprehension challenges , that's actually over 5,000 Muslim husbands, fathers and sons killed by America last week. That's over 5,000 Muslim familes who now hate us, and will so so for generations.

Well, three cheers--for all you three monkey idolators--and your defiant little leader on his "progress".

Don't get me wrong, I don't give a damn what happens to the Muslims and Jews over in the Middle East. They have willingly created this mess throughout the passing centuries and are most welcome to it. I just don't believe America has any business poking it's nose into any of it. There is no positive outcome for us in this thing, only bad and worse.

Time to pull the plug on our little saber-rattling general and send him back to watching his Mexican hired hands punch his cows.

May we all live through it, and may America survive these dark days created by the unwise actions of a foolish man.

1 comment:

Galt-In-Da-Box said...

1-Johnny-Reb is NEVER wrong.
2. Johnny-Reb is likes-to-fight guy.
This alone should tell you why Dubya will not give up his clust-Iraq wet-dreams.

"Government breaks your legs and hands you a pair of crutches, then says 'See, without us, you wouldn't be able to walk'."