Bush’s 50 Year Iraq Plan

I’™m not sure how to make this look any more stupid. Really. This is insane. Bush will make his mark on history, but Iraq is not like Korea, and this ludicrous plan to treat Iraq like Korea, where we’™ve stationed US forces for 57 years, isn’™t workable. Iraq’™s is a religious [...]

Commentary By: Steven Reynolds

I’™m not sure how to make this look any more stupid. Really. This is insane. Bush will make his mark on history, but Iraq is not like Korea, and this ludicrous plan to treat Iraq like Korea, where we’™ve stationed US forces for 57 years, isn’™t workable. Iraq’™s is a religious divide, not a political one, as in Korea. Iraq is a civil war characterized by dozens of factions, not like Korea, where it was one faction against one other faction. The analogy simply doesn’™t fly, but that isn’™t surprising. It was George Bush weilding the analogy, after all. He is a man with a magical touch that turns all he does to utter failure.

Man, he wants US forces in Iraq for over 50 years, and he thinks this is a good thing, too. Read Tony Snow fumble about in explaining Mr. Bush’™s statements likening this war to the Korean. Amazing. It leaves one at a loss for words.

Is Bush drinking?

Thursday, May 31st, 2007 by Richard Blair |

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