Friday, July 28, 2006

What's Better About Today Than Two Weeks Ago?

Bush & Blair finally got off their asses today and called for a ceasefire in Southern Lebanon.

Will the media have the courage to ask why now and not two weeks ago?

Has the delay in calling for this ceasefire had any positive effect? Is Hezebollah any less powerful or, in fact, more so?

I'll tell you what's worse because of the delay ... hundreds of dead civilians. Maybe Bush thinks the dead can rest easy knowing they gave their lives to bolster Bush and Condi's internal political strategies here in the U.S.

I'll also give you another issue the traditional American media is afraid to cover ... whether our blind support for Israel has actually increased the dangers being faced by our troops in Iraq? I've heard the number of attacks has jumped and one must wonder if these are coming from Shiites sympathetic to Hezbollah or angered over the deaths of Lebanese civilians.


  • The idiot chimp has completely destabilized the Middle East. The Iraq war he so badly wanted has led to this current round of destabilization: by removing Saddam and empowering the Shiites in Iraq, Iran has been emboldened.

    I rarely watch big network news, but Sunday morning both CBC and NBC (Chris Mathews) were in agreement: that Hezbollah are heroes of the Arab street.

    What's this say for the chimp's dream of democracry in the region?
    Democratically elected regimes in the middle east working to accomplish the people's will--the destruction of Israel?

    This all goes to prove that leadership does matter, and you can't put an incompetent at the helm of the US and expect anything other than disaster.

    Great job, chimp. And the neocon assholes who pushed this riduculous war should be bombed next.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:30 PM  

  • Hezbollah and Hamas are the two examples of democratically elected entities in the middle east. Bush pushed for democracy and this is what we got!
    I'm already opposed to the next war.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:26 AM  

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