Thursday, January 11, 2007


I hope everyone is ok. I watched some of the way forward stuff on the telly, but it allmost made me hurl. George was looking pretty despondent and rightfully so. It would be worth no amount of money to be in his shoes in these days. He asked for it though, when he told Micky Herkowitz that he wanted to be the War President in 1999, and that he wanted to go to war with Iraq. Every president who was somebody, was famous because he was a presiden’t during a war. yep…Dubya got his wish. All it took was a bunch loonies from the PNAC, and the sacrifice of the World Trade Center.

And…Here he is, a mentally challenged and incompetent excuse for a human bean, trying to be the commander in chief of the most powerful country on the planet, and with a bunch of advisers and script writers, that could very well be from another part of the universe. If you don’t believe me take a good look at Paul Wolfowitz and Condoleeza Rice.

As everybody knows…Allmost every government position is filled with a member or affiliate of the PNAC. Anyhoo Dubya can’t speak worth a damn, so they had to rig him up with a few high tech devices so it would look like he could. He avoids press conferences like the plague, because that requires thought, even when using his hearing device. There are too many times that he doesn’t understand the word, and sometimes he obviously waits too long between sentences.

Anyway, it’s just about over for Dubya. If we can’t get him impeached he will probably lose it anyway. It’s really a sad affair, but I have zero sympathy for him. He is in the wrong place at the wrong time because he wanted to be there, and the whole planet is in danger because of what was done for oil, money, and power.

General Odom says outcome in Iraq depends on who wins the cival war and who runs the country.

PBS News Hour January 10, 2007, 11:15 PM ET

Ret. Lt. Gens. Bernard Trainor and William Odom express skepticism that Iraqis are capable of taking control of the security situation. General Odom says that there will be security someday and it will be when the cival war is over and somebody won it.

Iraq in Transition

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