Friday, September 14, 2007

You Just Can't Make the Stuff the President Makes Up, Up

At some point in last night's speech, the President thanked "the 36 nations who have troops on the ground in Iraq and the many others who are helping that young democracy." Apparently one of those counties helping us make this an international effort is Iceland. You know, the Iceland that doesn't even have a military—somehow they are helping us with "troops on the ground"...

Did I say "troops?" I meant troop. As in one soldier. And by soldier, I mean spokesman. And he's leaving Iraq in two weeks. For good. [link]

3 comments:

Mike said...

If Bush says three words, you have to assume two of them are lies.

Chris Howard said...

It's amazing that they're still pushing that whole coalition thing.

Mr Furious said...

As I said a few posts ago, they're not even talking to us anymore. This is all about the base. 70 percent of the country doesn't believe a word they say about the War anymore, this is solely to make the 28-percenters feel good about themselves and to offer political cover for Congressional Republicans, who depend on that same pool of morons.

Bush cannot fool all of the people any of the time anymore, and don't think they're even making an effort anymore.