Voice of the White House August 1, 2005
TBR News.org – August 1, 2005
“I am about to discuss an interesting topic, fully aware that jealous bloggers and Republicans will wail and rend their garments, saying all is vanity and vexation of spirit. There are plans, drawn up,but certainly not finalized, to withdraw a significant number of combat troops from Iraq under the pretext that everything is now OK, send them for R&R and then go after Iran. Yes, I know how this sounds and I can just see the idiot bloggers babbling about this but it is true. Is Bush going to do this? Bush wants to do this and when he wants to do something, he does it, regardless of how moronic or dangerous it is. None of his staff, or those who supply the Monkey Palace with information dare to produce anything that runs counter to the Imperial Will. Will Bush invade Iran? No, he won’t but it will not be for trying.
Case in point,: John Bolton is a loud-mouthed, arrogant prick who antagonizes everyone he comes in contact and is a worthless boor and egomaniac who is loathed everywhere he goes. In spite of this, Bush, who hates the UN, just bypassed Congress and sent Bolton to the UN as the US Ambassador. I met him once and he is the sort of snotty dog’s fundament you want to kick in the crotch while putting a cigarette out in his nose. But, Bush likes him and hates the UN so now the hog is in the garden, ripping up the beets. This is pure Bush. Not bright but very stubborn, he will bring a nuclear war down on us as sure as God made small green peas. He hates the military because he was a drunk who was basically 86ed from the USAF and never forgot the humiliation. Will he invade Iran? Israel wants him to and they have been pressuring him and his weak ego structure is such that he may very well do this, in spite of all the opinions of the sane part of the Beltway. It’s easy to say that the idiot fringe elected him but the rest of us will die alongside the rabid nuts if the Muslims set of a bomb somewhere which everyone I have met in DHS and the Pentagon who is aware of such things firmly believe will happen. One can only hope that Bush is trying to get a good suntan on the comparative safety of the White House roof (he is terrified of assassination and only goes outside when he has a bodyguard of three hundred agents) when the balloon goes up, or comes down.”
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