The Lady Speaks

Another Brilliant Move by GWB

Oh, way to go Emperor KerfuffleYour Majesty….Mr. President! See me applauding the brilliance of yet another bold move by your government that will no doubt result in even more death and destruction in Iraq.

Jeebus H. Tapdancing Christmas! How frickin' dumb are you?!

Very, according to a report by UPI:

The Bush administration has told Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari he is unacceptable as head of the next government, the New York Times reports.

Redha Jowad Taki, a member of parliament, told the Times that U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad passed on "a personal message from President Bush" at a meeting last Saturday.

Taki, who was at the meeting, said Khalilzad told Shiite leader Abdul-Aziz al-Hakim that Bush "doesn't want, doesn't support, doesn't accept" Jaafari. Jaafari and other Shiite leaders are not taking the message well.

"How can they do this?" asked Haider al-Ubady, a spokesman for the prime minister. "An ambassador telling a sovereign country what to do is unacceptable."

Excuse me, President Dunderhead, but remember those vote thingies the people of Iraq kept having?? You know, where they decided on a Constitution and chose their own leaders?? The elections that were the fourth or fifth reason you gave for the US military presence in Iraq? (After the first few fell right through the floor…)
Is any of this ringing a bell?!

Let me explain this: You cannot tell another nation what to do. And you cannot tell its leaders to take a hike, just 'cause you're pissed that the people of that country didn't elect the puppets you wanted.


March 28, 2006 - Posted by | Bush, Civil War, Government, Iraq, Politics, US Military, War

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