Monday, June 19, 2006

Japan - No Longer Willing

Japan has announced it will be withdrawing its personnel from Iraq.

I wonder if Moldova still has those 12 engineers there ... you know, the ones we paid to fly there and whose salaries we are paying and who were there, then really weren't there, until someone noticed and made them return.


  • The Republic of Hailburton is hanging inthere to the bitter end.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:08 AM  

  • Oh, such an earthshattering and riveting story. They had four hundred people that were essentially working through Australian and English drones. Why is their departure such a big deal, Macstupid? Just another chance to brag about the breakdown of the "Coalition". Any insightful observer knew the so-called "Coalition" was a sham from the beginning. Your comments about the demise of something that was never there in the beginning shows the infantile take on anything that in your little brain you preceive to be anti-Bush. Congrats, once again for your insightful and profound reporting.


    By Anonymous Rolly, at 12:22 PM  

  • Take a look at this:

    Hart wrote a blistering piece for the Huffington Post today: "There is something in life a lot more important than holding on, at all cost, to a Congressional seat. There is integrity, there is conviction, and there is courage. History's jury will sit in judgment today on those Democrats and will find wanting those without the conviction and courage to say enough."

    By Anonymous Bearshaft, at 12:26 PM  

  • According to CNN, it's refugee day today. As an advocate of human rights, I would think that would interest MacSwain. There's articles detailing the nasty human rights violations occurring throughout Africa.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:44 PM  

  • Rolly:

    You accuse McStupid of
    "the infantile take on anything that in your little brain".

    Yet you lust for Katherine Harris.

    Doesn't this prove that you're a pocket pussy after all?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:36 PM  

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