sounds good enough for me! i can't wait until september so i can vote or more of the same!
Ever played Whack-a-Mole?
The last week in particular has brought events into focus in Iraq:
1) Plans show that the US Embassy in Baghdad will be one of the largest bases on the planet. It looks nothing like the embassy of a liberal democracy, but more like the fortress of a totalitarian army – the Ministry of Love springs to mind.
2) The Hydrocarbon Law written by the oil companies, which gives them near total control of Iraq’s oil and its profits, contains contract language giving them an unprecedented 30 year lock on that resource. Approval of this law by the Iraqi Parliament is considered a “benchmark” by Democrats and Republicans and will almost certainly lead to generations of poverty for the Iraqi people as the oil profits are rapidly exported.
3) Bush reveals that he expects US troops to be in Iraq for at least 50 years ala South Korea!
4) The military and civilian leadership remains unable to wrap their minds around the fact that we’re foreign invaders and the Iraqis want us to leave. They still act shocked when they find US trained Iraqi troops fighting our soldiers.
One wonders how much stupidity, corruption and incompetence our country can stand - no one seems able to stop this lunacy.
Depressing? It's only depressing if you were foolish enough to buy into a military strategy that had minimal chance of success (which applies both to the "surge" and the War on Iraq). Depressing is the ever increasing death and destruction in Iraq while people here in the U.S. continue to go about their daily life as if there's nothing they can do about it.
I love the thought of our continual occupation of Iraq for more than 50 years, and how that will bankrupt America.
Signed, Osama bin Laden.
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