‘The Mother of All Brainstorming Sessions’ an insult to troops

December 28, 2006 by  

As President George W. Bush sticks with the four-cornered offense as a way of dealing with Iraq, one really begins to wonder who exactly is fooled by this ruse? As White House spokesmen say things like “the President wants to make sure that he’s taking the appropriate amount of time and giving the appropriate consideration of all the options before making an announcement,” the rest of us really should know what that new announcement is already:

1) More troops are going to Iraq.
2) Iran is in the crosshairs.

At this point, Bush is doing nothing more than buying some time. He’s a neo-con, and they’ll change the secret handshake on him unless he rides their warmongering into the scorched earth.

So while Bush watches the clock, resting and giving the impression that other people’s thoughts mean anything to him, keep in mind that the decisions have already been made.

Thursday, numerous Iraqis and at least three U.S. soldiers died. Nearly 3,000 have died thus far, but now they wait for a leader feigning “indecision” on what path he wants his soldiers to follow. In a hostile region, they have been told to wait, while their leader thinks.

–WKW

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4 Responses to “‘The Mother of All Brainstorming Sessions’ an insult to troops”

  1. William K. Wolfrum » Blog Archive » Bush’s ‘Wait and Escalate’ plan gets good spin from a White House ’source’ on January 3rd, 2007 7:37 am

    [...] From CNN: WASHINGTON (CNN) — President Bush is expected to announce his new Iraq strategy in an address to the nation early next week, several sources in Washington told CNN. [...]

  2. William K. Wolfrum » Blog Archive » Battle fatigued U.S. soldiers celebrate Christmas in Iraq with ‘Pissed-Off Santa’ on January 9th, 2007 5:02 am

    [...] As President Bush gears up to tell the nation what he plans to do in Iraq (engagement announcements haven’t been this overplayed) there are still soldiers in Iraq. Soldiers doing what they’re told in an exceedingly hostile environment. Many of them have been there for ages. [...]

  3. William K. Wolfrum » Blog Archive » One-Liner: Secrets on January 9th, 2007 9:10 am

    [...] For an Administration that believes everything it’s involved in is a State secret, how come everybody and his brother knows that Bush is going to announce that he’s sending more troops to Iraq? [...]

  4. William K. Wolfrum » Blog Archive » Bush learns there’s always someone who will accuse you of embolding terrorists on January 18th, 2007 10:03 am

    [...] We need to find a way to un-embolden these terrorist bastards, that’s for sure. Maybe someone has written something on the subject? Ahh, screw it. Bombing them harder should bring victory. [...]

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