Monday, December 12, 2005

US War For Indepence, Is Bush's Model For Iraq

Bush is going to tell us today, how the struggle in Iraq is just like the struggle our founding father’s engaged in, during the founding of the United States of America.

I hope he’s wrong. Right now the US government is playing the role the British played in that war. But I guess he knows what’s best. If that’s the plan then I’m sure many folks will still rally around it.

So far, it seems that winning the war by giving speeches is his best plan.

"Speeches by the president have been helpful," Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, a critic of the administration's handling of Iraq policy, said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "They have been long overdue."

And clearly, giving speeches is the way to engage this war.

Well, giving speeches and losing the war appear to be the plan.

After all, when the United States declared Independence, it broke from British rule, engaged in bloody battles, with the British and drove them out of North America. Many British and American men gave their lives in those bloody battles. It was horrific and expensive for both sides.

As this is Bush’s plan for Iraq, I guess we can see an escalation in American casualties now, as Iraq becomes independent and drives US troops and corporations out of Iraq forever.

The US war for Independence doesn’t seem like the best model from a US standpoint in this situation. But I guess Bush knows what’s best.

Funny that this plan looks like Murtha's, except more Americans have to die using Bush's strategy.

I can't help but wonder where Bush's allegiance lies in this conflict.


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