Friday, August 24, 2007

Kabuki Dance Continues

So, now that Virginia Senator John Warner has called for a small troop withdrawal by the end of the year, to send a message, the kabuki dance continues. Cannot leave until Iraqis step up, is one response. Iraqis won't step up because they aren't interested in doing so, is a second response. Iraqis are standing up, the surge is working, is the third response.

Another group of pundits and Congressmen will take more fact-finding missions to Iraq, and come back, and issue their pronouncements, and the dance will continue.

Enough of this.

Thanks to James Joyner at Outside the Beltway for picking up on yesterday's post.

From now on, we should demand answers to the following:

--What outcome are you looking for in Iraq?
--Do you believe America's continued deployments in Iraq are sapping away resources and attention from other vital interests?
--How does what you are proposing we do in Iraq deal with the answers to the first two questions?

We are never leaving until our zionist masters say so. Only Israel benefits from these endless Middle East wars. Iraq is the beginning. As we commit war-crimes in Baghdad, the US gov't commits treason at home by opening mail, eliminating habeas corpus, using the judiciary to steal private lands, banning books like America Deceived (book) from Amazon and Wikipedia, conducting warrantless wiretaps and engaging in illegal wars on behalf of AIPAC's 'money-men'. Soon, another US false-flag operation will occur (sinking of an Aircraft Carrier by Mossad) and the US will invade Iran.. Then we'll invade Syria, then Saudi Arabia, then Lebanon (again) then ....
Nik, the Deciderer is simply not interested in your questions, and he is going to stay where he is because there is no support among rethuglicans for removing Cheney and him. Therefore, we are in Iraq until 21 January 2009. And when we do leave, the rethuglican party will spin the withdrawl as the Democrats "stabbing The Troops in the back", just like they did with the withdrawl from Vietnam.

And it will work, too, because the American people simply aren't interested in facts, and haven't been for decades.
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