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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

How about getting a successor NOW who can get us out NOW...?

this walking, talking disaster needs a good, swift boot in the ass followed by a forced march right out the front door of the white house...
President Bush acknowledged yesterday that the war in Iraq is dominating nearly every aspect of his presidency, and he served notice for the first time that he expects the decision on when all U.S. troops come home to fall on his successors.

his administration is falling down around his ears, the country has been trashed beyond anyone's imagination, u.s. foreign policy and global credibility is in tatters, the u.s. constitution has been shot full of holes, so, tell me again, why is this s-o-b still in office...?
With a series of polls showing Bush and the war less popular than ever, he rejected calls to change the U.S. military strategy or shake up the White House staff and war cabinet. "I am happy with the people I surrounded myself with," he said. But Bush did not rule out bringing aboard a veteran Washington operative to help soothe relations with an increasingly restive Republican Congress, a move that aides said may happen soon.

"I'm not going to announce it right now," Bush said, noting that he has had conversations with congressional allies. "Look. They got some ideas that I like and some I don't like, put it that way."

Bush dismissed the rising chorus of Republican criticism as election-year jitters. "There's a certain unease as you head into an election year," he said.

"election-year jitters," my rosy-red behind... the american people are finally waking up, george, and god help you and your murderous, megalomaniacal gang when we finally rub the sleep out of our eyes...

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