Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Some Political Krankiness

So the Bush Administration has ever so slowly begun to distance themselves from the Iraqi war. I imagine that by this time next year they will have succeeded in blaming the war on homosexuals.

There's been a delay in the Iraqi Constitution Deadline.

Iraqi Citizen said:

"We are disappointed because we risked our lives when we went out to polling stations, but now we see each political bloc searching for its own interests," said Taha Sabir in Baghdad. "We expected a better life, but we got only many crises such as electricity and fuel shortages."

U.S. officials downplayed the significance of the delay, and Bush expressed confidence the Iraqis would reach consensus.

The Prez-i-dunt said:

"I applaud the heroic efforts of Iraqi negotiators and appreciate their work to resolve remaining issues through continued negotiation and dialogue," Bush said in a statement. "Their efforts are a tribute to democracy and an example that difficult problems can be solved peacefully through debate, negotiation and compromise."

So according to the Amerkin Prez-dent a bad way to solve problems would be through something that isn't peaceful, such as... war and military invasion. Those were the pillars of our military attack on Iraq peaceful debate, negotiation and compromise. We compromised the shit out of the country made many in the military industrial sector so rich that their great grandchildren will be able to wipe their asses with thousand dollar bills.

Next we'll be rolling into Iran and Syria so we can bomb the Middle East into total stability.

I like those movies where the king rides into battle with his men and leads the charge. I think we need to get Dubya suited up and shipped out to personally lead the men into battle.

It reminds me of the time I was playing Super Mario Brothers on Charles Schmeir's Nintendo (yes, that's his real name) and he and his brother Robbie, who burned down their old house because when he set fire to a rug in the basement and then ran instead of putting it out. Charles and lil brother Robbie got into a shoving match and their dad, Mr. Schmeir (it really is their last name) didn't like his boys fighting so he bellowed down a warning "If you boys don't stop fighting I'm going to come down there and beat the crap out of both of you."

Mr. Schmeir would be the United States in this scenario I'm not sure if Charles would be Iraq or Iran.

11 comments:

BEVIS said...

A brilliantly apt description of the situation, Kranki! Your simile is perfect! I applaud you.

*applaudes, to emphasise that he is not merely speaking hollow and meaningless words*

Hehe ... "Schmeir" ...

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BEVIS said...

HAPPY 30th BIRTHDAY TO ME!

BEVIS

MelbourneGirl said...

we are getting reports here now that the USA accept that democracry for iraq is maybe not going to happen. so there goes the second big reason for the invasion.

1. WMD - nope, couldn't find any of those, let's move to reason number two

2. we are bringing democracy to the middle east.

and what's number three?

MelbourneGirl said...

oh alright

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Sherriff said...

Shhh.

hic

MelbourneGirl said...

you on the champers too sherriff?

i been going since this morning

"virtually" that is

You've Got What I Need... said...

I think someone should give the man a sword, then heave ho into battle he'd go. That'd be pretty rad. Oh, maybe he should have a horse as well; although, it'd be a shame to waste a perfectly good pony.

kranki said...

Happy Birthday Bevis. YGWIN I don't think anybody should give Bevis a sword even if it is his... Ooohhhhh!

Gotcha.

GOOD PONY! ... nah doesn't sound right.

BAD PONY!!

yeah, better

Anna A Spades said...

*neighs suggestively*