Tuesday, August 01, 2006
The violence in Iraq is spiraling out of control, with the daily carnage getting worse by the minute. It's truly unfathomable what the Busheviks have done to destroy this country. It's as if some crackpot, inexperienced, unlicensed surgeon operated on a patient, cut open his chest and stomach, and then left the body with exposed wounds so that disease and rotting can set in and ravage what's left. That's what this criminal administration has done to Iraq. The Kool-aid drunk neo-cons have disemboweld what was a sovereign nation; a country whose only crime against America was that it had an identifiable address for Cheney, Rumsfeld and the war-mongers who used it as a convenient target in its campaign of mass deception.
The Busheviks promised Iraq would become the role model for Middle East democracy, which would stabilize the region, increase Israel's security and be a key victory in the United States' global war on terror. To the contrary, Iraq is hemorrhaging blood in its streets, the region is imploding, we've empowered terror-sponsoring nations like Syria and Iran, and the threat to America is greater than ever. That our standing in the world rests in a pile of shit is only the icing on the Bushevik cake. Thank you Mr. President for fucking things up so colossally that it'll take another decade to clean it up.
Things have gotten so bad that Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-NE) Monday said Iraq
had descended into "absolute anarchy" and that the war was "an absolute replay of Vietnam." He ought to know. The senior member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Hagel's a highly decorated Vietnam veteran who served with his brother Tom in 1968 as infantry squad leaders with the U.S. Army's 9th Infantry Division. But like all good war heroes, the more he condemns Bush's failed war ythe more likely he'll receive his share of Swift Boat love.
So who's shocked and awed now? Who can forget all the pomposity and masturbatory rhetoric on the eve of the war? "Shock and Awe," the most supremely arrogant phrase ever uttered in the history of the U.S. presidency. But it's now the Bushies who are shell-shocked and in total awe of the magnitude of the insurgency and the hellish wrath its reaped on us all.