Monday, August 18, 2008

Washington offers no asylum for Musharraf

President Bush and President Musharraf of Pakistan discuss strengthened relationship in Islamabad, Pakistan: March 4, 2006.

But all things change, and Duhhbya's buddy has finally stepped down. Bu$h doesn't appear to be giving his fellow War President any support at this time, while U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, while noting that "President Musharraf has been a good ally," said Sunday that Washington was not considering granting him asylum.

"That's not an issue on the table, and I just want to keep our focus on what we must do with the democratic government of Pakistan," Rice told Fox News.

Daily Kos did an excellent artical about this today showing how Bush & Mccain have failed miserably on foreign policy.

July. 28, 2008

WASHINGTON - President Bush praised Pakistan Monday as a strong ally in the fight against terrorists and as committed to securing its border with Afghanistan.


  1. Bu$hco: Musharraf who? Pervez what?

    Nobody should be amazed by this elitist backstabbing, Musharraf is now food for wolves.

    Highway would say evil doesn't have friends, just slaves.

  2. "Highway would say evil doesn't have friends, just slaves."

    Yaknow Dad, McSame is beginning to look real good, besides McBush, but I must clarify that he does look real McBad...G:

  3. There's no honor among thieves... or elitist sumbitches, either!

    Under the bus goes yet another patsy of the NWO.

    And... the sheeple bleat and maaa-a-a-a-a-a, and graze away...

    Sauce for the goose.