Wednesday, November 29, 2006
" A blind man knows he cannot see, and is glad to be led, though it be by a dog; but he that is blind in his understanding,which is the worst blindness of all, believes he sees as the best and scorns the guide. "~Samuel Butler~
I have a question: Just what the f**k is the frat boy doing in the Middle East? I thought we had a Secretary of State to make these types of diplomatic missions? Yeah yeah yeah, I know, he is the President, but trust me, he is doing more harm than good at this point. I mean the guy got us in this mess in the first place, and now it seems he is just making things worse. Not that it can get much worse over there.
Is it me; or does it seem like every one else has a clue except our beloved President? Tony Blair gets it. He sent a delegation to Syria to try to talk to the Syrians in order to get a regional consensus on the problems in Iraq. King Abdullah of Jordan gets it. He held meetings with that slick Iraqi Prime Minister-more on him in a minute-Nouri al-Maliki to try to come up with a unified and regional plan to solve the problems in Iraq. He advised the frat boy that the problem with Israel and the rest of the Arab states contribute to the problems in Iraq. And finally, the frat boy's daddy's friend, James Baker, gets it, and I guarantee you that his commission to study Iraq will come back with a recommendation to try to use other countries in the region to solve the problem in Iraq. Did I say Problem? I am sorry, I meant CIVIL WAR. Because make no mistake folks, that is what we now have in Iraq. The frat boy and his minions on his television station, -FAKE NEWS- can call it what they want, we all know what it is. It's Sunni against Shiite, with a few foreign fighters sprinkled in between.
The frat boy should have met with al-Maliki today but for some unexplained reason the meeting was canceled. I suspect it has something to do with a leaked memo dated November 8, 2006, from National Security Advisor Stephen Headley declaring al-Maliki a f**k up, and outlining a plan to help him to try to control his own country. Yeah I can just hear old Nouri after he heard about that one: "F**k those arrogant Americans, and that cowboy boot wearing Texan. Just who the f**k does he think he is? After he totally f***ed up our country he is going to tell me what to do? I don't think so!" Now don't get me wrong; I think al-Maliki is a snake in the grass, and the frat boy and his administration should have known better than believing anything that comes out of his mouth. He is a Shiite, and at the end of the day, he wants to live to be an old man. So of course he has to play ball with the most powerful man in Iraq. And that man, radical Shiite cleric,Moqtadi al-Sadr, has American blood on his hands. So Maliki plays this little dance; he needs the Americans to protect him, and keep what little stability his country has left, but he also doesn't want to piss off the man with the most powerful army on the ground in Iraq. So like a typical politician, he goes back and forth, and he dances between two worlds. From coming to Washington to beg for our help, to blowing off our President because a bunch of Shiite Parliamentarians promised to quit at home if he met with him.
So I go back to my original point; the frat boy should have stayed his ass at home. The symbolism of him meeting with Maliki is too powerful and too dangerous for the propped up Iraq leader. The bad perm lady would have done just fine, but I guess the sh** has gotten so bad, that the frat boy just figured that he had to do it himself. I guess that's why he sent "dead eye" Dick to meet with his friends in Saudi Arabia. Hey, if you want something done right....The problem is, he can't do anything right. I mean when he says that Al Qaida is the cause of our problems in Iraq just how ridiculous does he sound? Especially when his own CIA Director says that there are only about 1,300 Al Qaida fighters in Iraq. So let me get this straight, 1,300 hundred fighters causing all this trouble and blood shed? I don't think so Mr. President.
But hey, we are "staying the course" no "cutting and running" for our President. That's for those wimpy Democrats. No sir, this cowboy is finishing the job come hell or high water, because God is on his side, even if most of the people that God created isn't.
Before I go, it's nice to see Colin finally surface again. Yes Colin I hear you calling this a "civil war" now too. But where were you when it really mattered? You are a gutless fraud, and history will not be kind to you. You let your loyalties to a man who was not loyal to you ruin your credibility and your reputation with the American people, and that is something you will never get back.
And if Colin gets a jeer, well then newly elected Senator, Jim Webb, gets a cheer. If only for this exchange with the frat boy:
Frat Boy:"Hows your boy?"
Webb: "I'd like to get them out of Iraq"
Frat Boy: "That's not what I asked, how's your boy?" At which point Webb should have said: How is your partying daughters? Left any handbags in any foreign clubs lately? But instead he answered:
Webb: "That's between me and my boy"
Good enough, I will take that. Apparently Webb tried to avoid the photo ops and receiving line in the white house, but the frat boy still found him.
Good for Senator Webb, and as I have stated before: F**k bipartisanship!