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Monday, August 30, 2004

Bush calls Iraq a "catastrophic success" then tells Matt Lauer the war on terror is unwinnable 
I know he's an idiot, but what is Bush drinking these days? In an interview with Time magazine published yesterday, Bush said of his war on Iraq: “Had we had to do it over again, we would look at the consequences of catastrophic success, being so successful so fast that an enemy that should have surrendered or been done in escaped and lived to fight another day.”

What planet does this nit-wit war-monger live on? Does somebody rig his video games so the President always wins? Does he really think there are "do-overs" in a war? Or that it is "success" when an enemy escapes and comes back stronger than ever to mow down young Americans?

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This morning, on NBC's "Today" show, Bush was asked if the US is going to win the "war on terror" that his Administration declared was its top priority. "I don't think you can win it," Bush said. "But I think you can create conditions so that the - those who use terror as a tool are - less acceptable in parts of the world."

Well, maybe somebody else could. But as everyone now knows, Bush created the conditions for making terrorism a badge of honor in more than half the world. In China, they even make little plastic children's toys showing an airplane ramming into the twin towers.

Lisy Corp. is recalling 14,000 bags of candy containing a toy depicting the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. The wholesaler said the toys were purchased in bulk and the figurines were not noticed until someone complained.

This morning, as I drove to Jersey City, I saw dark clouds descending upon Manhattan, ominously shrouding New York City in black. I think I know why.


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