Sunday, November 12, 2006

Does He Expect Anyone To Take Him Seriously?

"And years from now, when America looks out on a democratic Middle East growing in freedom and prosperity, Americans will speak of the battles like Fallujah with the same awe and reverence that we now give to Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima."

George W. Bush, at the dedication of the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Quantico, VA. Nov. 10, 2006


Blogger DrewL said...

What a flipping slap in the face to every veteran who fought/died in those bloody WWII battles! The fact that we even have troops fighting and dying in Iraq is enough of an insult to all brave American soldiers. And then Bush has the balls to go and say that?! What a joke!

Of course, Bush is just that. A joke.

How pathetic.

11/13/2006 12:15 AM  
Blogger Effwit said...


If Bush believes that the Iraq war compares to WWII -- which was a battle for the survival of western civilization -- he is even more delusional than I had given him credit for being.

For him to equate his war of choice to the biggest and most important war that the world has yet seen is also damning in that it proves that the man responsible for the Iraq war lacks the historical perspective and seriousness of purpose that is required to send men off to die for their country.

11/13/2006 8:14 AM  

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