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Monday, March 24, 2008

Stuffing da Baloney

This is farcical, ludicrous, and down-right heart-breaking. CNN has the full story.

President Bush addresses the press with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Monday.

Bush: U.S. deaths in Iraq 'laid foundations for peace'

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush expressed sympathy Monday for the families of the 4,000 Americans killed in the war in Iraq, promising to make sure their loved ones "were not lost in vain."

"One day, people will look back at this moment in history and say, 'Thank God there were courageous people willing to serve, because they laid the foundations for peace for generations to come,' " Bush told reporters after a meeting at the State Department.


During a briefing with reporters Monday, White House press secretary
Dana Perino said the president "definitely feels the loss."

"He gets a report about every single soldier who passes away," she said. "And he always pauses a moment to think about them and to offer a prayer for their loved ones and their family and friends."

Foundations of Peace??? Does anyone in their right mind believe that?

And then, when the King and his Jester, that shoe-shopping ditz, Condiliesalot Rice, get tired of stuffing the baloney; who's there to give them some relief?? Good Lord, it's Hillary.

"I want to take a moment to note yesterday's heartbreaking news that five years after start of war there have been 4,000 U.S. military deaths in Iraq," Sen. Hillary Clinton said at the start of speech on the economy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Monday.

"Tens of thousands of our brave men and women have also suffered serious wounds, both visible and invisible, to their bodies, their minds and their hearts. As president, I intend to honor the extraordinary service and sacrifice of them and their families by ending this war and brining them home as quickly and responsibility as possible," she said.

Too little, too late, Hillary. You should have felt that way when you voted for the AUMF and followed it up with votes to spend like a drunken sailor navy.

But you didn't feel it was expeditious to your political aspirations then, did you?

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