Sunday, November 26, 2006

I am just so damn proud of Dubya . . .

The boy finally carried through on one of his promises about the Iraq war - he established a true market economy there!

From The Washington Post

"BAGHDAD, Nov. 25 — The insurgency in Iraq is now self-sustaining financially, raising tens of millions of dollars a year from oil smuggling, kidnapping, counterfeiting, connivance by corrupt Islamic charities and other crimes that the Iraqi government and its American patrons have been largely unable to prevent, a classified United States government report has concluded."

Way to go, F'in Idiot!


Blogger Within Without said...

Couldn't the Republicans simply hire you on as their chief media hack for the next presidential vote?

Dubya may be the only president who deserves to be impeached but who never will, only because the moron at VP could potentially be worse.

Has a secretary of defence ever taken over the presidency in a vote of impeachment?

Hope all's well, Fronty.

5:32 PM  
Blogger Miss Cellania said...

Dubya will be pissed to read this and find that none of that money is flowing to Halliburton or Exxon/Mobile. If he's pissed enough, we'll invade another country!

9:17 PM  
Anonymous raincoaster said...

Mission Accomplished! Congratulations on being in Iraq a day longer than you were in WW II (and counting).

12:13 AM  
Blogger Metro said...

I think you may be being unfairly cynical: by Dubya's standards that's an honest living.

And in contrast to his own efforts, the businessmen of Iraq are actually making money.

1:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The television news briefly mentions this and then we get to hear about Angelina and Brad in India. Another Arizona soldier dies in Iraq and isn't the weather nice today? Jeeeeeeeeeez.

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When we get the final wrap-up of the AWB debacle the Land of Aus just might beat that.In spades!

5:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At least the electronic media is finally calling a spade a f*%^ing shovel and using the term "civil war".

9:17 AM  
Blogger Metro said...

Even Matt Lauer and NBC are, now. How depressingly refreshing.

Once NBC does it it'll be CNN, and perhaps, one day, once the last Sunni brick has been knocked off of another by a Shiite militia, Fox will stop claiming the "war on terror" is anything to do with Iraq.
Progress is relative, right?

12:29 PM  

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