Friday, November 17, 2006

George was in Vietnam today. The welcome he has received from these former enemies of the free world has apparently further convinced him of the need for patience in Iraq.
"One lesson is, is that we tend to want there to be instant success in the world, and the task in Iraqis going to take a while," he said. "We'll succeed unless we quit."
We know he wasn't keen on serving in Vietnam but you'd think someone might have told him how it ended.

I almost didn't blog about this. I'm struggling to think what else we can do to satire's corpse. What about if we take it up in a Huey, ask it a few questions, throw it out onto the jungle from a great height when it refuses to answer and then drop some napalm on it?

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi! I just found your blog and it's late, but I just want to say that Bush needs to go back to his ranch and do what he does, good? DIG WORMS!!!!

Peace (I'll catch up tomorrow)

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Niels said...

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As for satire's corpse, we could parade it through the noon-day streets of Bagdad until the heat-boosted decomposition (what's the temp there this time of year, anyway) makes it explode.

Or we hit an IED.

Will said...

Presumably he went to Vietnam to see what Iraq will be like in thirty years' time...

Robert said...

The 'weekly Olberman' at Chicken Yoghurt is a great commentary on Bush's issue.