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Today's Note From a Madman
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Blame it On al-Qaeda (Again)
"There's a lot of sectarian violence taking place, fomented in my opinion because of the attacks by al-Qaeda causing people to seek reprisal."
A-HA! I get it now. The sectarian violence in
According to President Bush, all of the ills that have occurred
So then, according to President Bush, some al-Qaeda operative, some time ago, dressed up like a Sunni, blew himself up in a crowded Shiite market, forcing the Shiite-led, Iran backed government to form death squads and allow Muqtadr al-Sadr's militia free reign to spray even more terror around their nation.
With 150 new Iraqi deaths every day, the president expects
us all to believe that Iraqis can't tell the difference between an Egyptian or
Saudi al-Qaeda operative in their midst disguised as a Sunni. At the same time
he wants us to believe that there is no civil war in
Whatever happened to "If we fight them over there we won't have to fight them over here"? Wasn't this his plan all along?
President Bush forgets that the new Shiite government led by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, only exists at the whim of the al-Sadr militia.
"We've been in this phase for a while,"
-Bush, referring to the violence and claiming that
Anything to defer blame,. right, GW?
The President isn't really worried about anything in
"If that's what they think they ought to do, that's fine,"
How very big of you, Mr. President. Maybe the fact that
However, at the very same time, Bush seems to contradict himself in relation to the two nations mentioned above:
The Iraqi "government is being undermined, in my
opinion, by extremist forces encouraged out of
So at the same time that Bush expects
Al-Qaeda is a menace to our world. But President Bush's use
of them as the cause of everything only diminishes what they are truly at fault
for. We need to get rid of al-Qaeda as part of the process toward world peace,
this much is true. But blaming them for the sectarian violence in
If President Bush were to somehow, blast al-Qaeda and Osama
bin-Laden off the face of the Earth today, the sectarian violence in