Neocons Murder 2200 American Soldiers, Then Say “OOPS! Nevermind!”
The War on Terror is getting so convoluted, you can’t tell the players without a program. Bush’s foreign policy should be titled “Who’s On First.”
We’re about to invade Iran because they have nuclear technology, and it turns out Halliburton has been helping Iran develop their nuclear technology. Is Halliburton aiding and abetting the enemy? Do they hate America?
Bush feels so strongly about selling our port security to a Middle Eastern company that he’ll veto any law that prevents it. Then we find out that this entire deal was made without Bush even knowing about it. But in any case he feels very strongly about it — er, I think that’s what he was told to say. Uh, Karl, hey, I didn’t fuck up again, did I?
And now, we’re getting a Big 180 from one of the world’s most influential neocons, Francis Fukuyama. He's one of the architects of our Iraqi invasion and a member of the infamous Project For a New American Century. He’s now changed his mind and decided “oh, the hell with it.”
He said the neocon doctrine has “evolved into something I can no longer support.” He said it’s “now in shambles” and that its failure has demonstrated “the danger of good intentions carried to extremes.” Hey Dickhead, ever read a history book?
Oh well, back to the drawing board. Hey, those weren’t real people getting killed over there in Iraq were they? I mean, this was kinda like a video game, or a chess match, or something, right?
Well, at least nobody important was killed over there. I mean, the Bluebloods and VIPs are all keeping their kids out of the military (eewww, that's for working-stiffs, lowlifes, not for decent people who count for something). So most of the people killed over there were like, just ordinary people, blue-collar types, you know.
Let’s see what sort of fun and games we can play next…