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dArKeR Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-25-04 10:44 PM
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Simplistic solutions for simpletons by the functionally illiterate Bush.
From Abu Garib to Abu Garob

Simplistic solutions for simpletons by the functionally illiterate Bush.
George Bush has a simplistic, at-a-stroke solution for his many troubles - sweep them under the carpet, smile broadly and pretend they did not happen.

Hand over power in Iraq, demolish the medieval torture chamber called Abu Ghraib and hey presto! What a wonderful new world we live in!

The bad guy has gone, so have his sons, the regime has been defeated, the Iraqi people are free, welcome to freedom and democracy, Washington-style.

The USA pulls out of Iraq, a squeaky-clean modern democracy, mission accomplished, the boys are back home. So...Let's party!

However, the real world is not so limited, the real world is not a rosy-coloured perfect scenario which George Bush will have read in his comics in his childhood (it is well known he prefers books with lots of pictures). The real world is not based on the cowboy-type "You are with us or against us" approach.

Much as George Bush would like to be John Wayne, he has neither the class, not the intelligence, instead appearing more like the drunken low-lifes at the OK Corral.

http://english.pravda.ru/mailbox/22/101/397/12903_Iraq....
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