Monday, January 15, 2007
What kind of medication is George on?
(CBS) On Jan. 12, 2007, two days after President George W. Bush told the country that he would send 21,000 more troops into Iraq, the president sat down with 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley for a candid conversation. The two met in Camp David's Laurel Cabin, where, in 2001, the president and his cabinet debated plans for the invasion of Afghanistan and thus launched the war on terror.
What kind of medication is George on? Nothing seems to phase him, as he blandly gives ridiculous answers to Scott, while he wears a complacent smile and humbly attempts to relay sincere messages that will convince us that he is indeed the commander in chief. The "War President", that has been mulling over the results of the Iraq Study Group, and the advice of his personal ad-hoc group, consisting of hand picked people who will advance his agenda, tells us that he has devised a plan for moving forward. Anyone being questioned in the manner that Bush was, would have been insulted by the presentation of Scott Peller, who seemed to speak to him like a 12 year old child.
It was indeed disappointing to hear a lot of outdated Fox News crap from an incompetent president that tells us he is an educator as well as the commander in chief.
"Scott, sometimes you're the commander-in-chief, sometimes you're the educator-in-chief, and a lot of times you're both when it comes to war. And I've just gotta continue to take my message to the people and to explain to them this is a well-thought-out decision that is in the interests of the today's generation of Americans and tomorrow's generation of Americans. What happens in the Middle East matters to the security of this country. We learned that lesson on September the 11th. The stakes are very high, and we have got not only to stay engaged diplomatically, but we've gotta succeed in chasing down terrorists as well as helping young democracies survive."
And to once again hear the lie that we have to win in Iraq because of what happened to the World Trade Center on September the 11th. This after allready admitting that there were no weapons of mass destruction.
Iran is next on the list, and impeachment is the only thing that will stop Bush & Company...