Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Donkey has spoken

The biggest donkey of the United States, hell perhaps the world has spoken.

What he said basically...24,000 troops will be deployed to Iraq over the next 3 months. I turned on the news this evening and found out some were already deployed today. Twenty four thousand additional lives will be at stake for this "War On Terror". I'm not even going to go there tonight. I thought it was strategic for bush to mention every so often al Qaeda. Bush I don't believe you, I need more people. The all of the United States knows this war is not about terrorism. That's another post though.

Bush feels there are not enough Iraqi and American troops to secure neighborhoods in Iraq. This is his reason why "we" haven't been able to secure Baghdad. How about they increase the number of Iraqi soldiers and let them go for themselves? Just a thought. No, Iraq doesn't want to deploy more troops to neutralize these Shiite militias because these bumblefucks are loyal to Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Al-Maliki (Iraqi prime minister) doesn't want to go against al-Sadr because al-Sadr's political support has been key to al-Maliki's rise to power and continuation in office. Oh really?? Bush, I know you know this because I know this. I read everyday, I'm not too sure about you but I know you know this. So let's help this man keep his political power by deploying more of our troops. Yes, that's the right thing to do.

These implementations and deployments costs money. The White House will ask Congress for $5.6 billion for the additional troops, and $1.2 billion for rebuilding and jobs programs in Iraq. Does anyone else see anything wrong with this statement right here? Money for "rebuilding and job programs in Iraq". JOB FUCKING PROGRAMS IN IRAQ. Here, right here in America Republicans don't want to raise the fucking minimum wage in fear it will hurt the economy. We can send money for job programs over there though. It's an arguement on if we should raise the federal minute wage 2 damn dollars. Was it a hurt on the economy when every year members of Congress got their annual raises? And we're talking about millions upon millions of dollars. That wasn't a strain on the economy? Raising the minimum raise will be a strain though. Again, I'm not going to go there tonight. I can only hope because Democrats control Congress, Bush and his financial plans get shot down to hell. He is the Commander in Chief but the Democrats are cutting the checks now. Funny thing out of all this though is we all know the Democrats aren't in love with Bush's decisions but now even his own party doesn't like this idea either. About three have already came out publicly in disagreement and it's expected about 8 more make their feelings known too.

I have one more thing to add. Ole Bush boy plans to hand control back over to Iraqi forces in November of 2007. Yes, we'll start to pull troops out by the end of the year, right? WRONG. He plans on givng control back to Iraq but not necessarily withdrawing troops by then. SO after 3000 U.S. lives lost and 400 billion dollars later, Bush just when do you think you'll bring our troops back home?


Anonymous said...

***Ole Bush boy plans to hand control back over to Iraqi forces in November of 2007. Yes, we'll start to pull troops out by the end of the year, right? WRONG.***

Yeah, right. He said the same shit during the summer of last year. "We plan to pull out troops by the end of the year." Yeah, alright Bush. This was is so much bullshit and we have lost so many yound soldiers for oil. My homeboy in the military said that they are about to start deploying troops out to Iran soon because we might start beefing with them, too. Bush isn't going to be happy until the whole world is against us... they already hate Americans. *smh*

Coco LaRue said...

In the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing this morning, Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd referred to the situation in Iraq as "a fool's paradise." I had a hearty chuckle and knew you would have something up about Bush's speech.

Anonymous said...

Hey Shaq,

Have a good weekend!!!