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Funny isn't it, Dumbya conjures up this whole bullshit scenario about Saddam being the big bad evil devil so that he can finish the job his prematurely ejaculated Poppy never completed. Then, while he is on vacation at his ranch playing with his little doggie and pretending to be a cowboy, he sends in his house "nigger" to try to bullshit the people into believing the devil story. I feel sorry for Condoleeza, but if she is so dumb that she doesn't even see how she's being used, I guess it's her own damn fault.
Key Bush Aide Says Saddam Must Be Dealt With
Thu Aug 15, 6:33 AM ET
By Mike Peacock
LONDON (Reuters) - The United States has no choice but to take action against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein ( news - web sites), White House National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice ( news - web sites) said on Thursday.
But President Bush ( news - web sites) had not decided "how he wants to do it" or how to "make the case for particular methods," she said.
"We certainly do not have the luxury of doing nothing," Rice, a pivotal player in Bush's administration, told BBC radio. "We believe the case for regime change is very powerful."
Bush has labelled Iraq part of an "axis of evil" intent on seeking weapons of mass destruction. Iraq denies the charges.
Rice said Saddam had twice come close to acquiring nuclear weapons.
"This is an evil man who, left to his own devices, will wreak havoc again on his own population, his neighbors and, if he gets weapons of mass destruction and the means to deliver them, on all of us," she said.
The Financial Times reported on Thursday that the United States had launched a public bidding process for humanitarian relief organizations to work in Iraq and neighboring areas as it prepares for a possible military strike.
The newspaper said it had obtained a document from the State Department inviting proposals for humanitarian aid projects in Iraq and for Iraqi refugees in surrounding countries.
A State Department spokesman in Washington said he had no information on the report.
Official U.S. policy has been to seek a "regime change" in Iraq, but recently Bush and U.S. government officials have sought to play down expectations of an imminent attack.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair ( news - web sites) has backed Bush staunchly since the September 11 attacks but while polls show Americans support an attack on Iraq, most Britons do not.
Ranks of clergy and even Blair's own supporters are lined up against him but few analysts expect the prime minister to stand on the sidelines if the United States attacks.
Gerald Kaufman, a veteran and traditionally loyal lawmaker in Blair's Labour Party, warned him not to follow that course.
"There is substantial resistance in the Parliamentary Labour Party against war on Iraq, not just from the usual suspects," he wrote in the Spectator magazine on Thursday.
The former Labour foreign policy spokesman also launched a savage attack on Bush and his advisers, including Rice.
"Bush, himself the most intellectually backward American president of my political lifetime, is surrounded by advisers whose bellicosity is exceeded only by their political, military and diplomatic illiteracy," he wrote.
Rice also turned her fire on Iran -- which along with North Korea ( news - web sites) completes Bush's "axis of evil" -- saying its leaders were "on the side of the terrorist."
"Iran is a place where an unelected few are really crushing the aspirations of their people," she said. "Iran is not on the side of peace. Iran is on the side of the terrorist."
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accused Bush on Wednesday of using the language of Adolf Hitler to bully the world. Khamenei opposes any rapprochement with Washington while reformists have called for dialogue to ward off possible attack.
-- (email@example.com), August 16, 2002
That's right, my massuh Dumbya told me to come out here and tell you how bad Saddam is, so by golly if my boss man says do it, I does it!
-- (yessuh@massuh!.yessuh!), August 16, 2002.
LL, are you one of the emotionally insensitive people who do not realize when they are being offensive?
-- Peter Errington (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 16, 2002.
Trollboy, let me guess. You live in Sandpoint Idaho, have a house full of loaded guns and wear a white sheet over your head.
-- dr. pibb (email@example.com), August 16, 2002.
Hey Dr. Pibb let me clue you in on somethin. Sandpoint along with Courdelene are not your typical strongholds of redneck gunslingers. Wifey and I flew up their last weekend to listen to the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at a park concert. This is a liberal lefty society with sandals, earrings, veggie burgers and bicycles on every street corner. Gun shops and Whopper cheese burgers are nonexistent.
-- Boswell (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 16, 2002.
Hey dimwits, the "n word" is the way Dumbya thinks, not me.
-- (duuuh @ FYI. simpletons), August 16, 2002.
"Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accused Bush on Wednesday of using the language of Adolf Hitler to bully the world."
For real. Most brain-dead Americans won't realize it until it's too late, but little psycho-boy manchild Dumbya is laying the foundation for a global 4th Reich.
-- (Dumbya@the.Antichrist), August 16, 2002.
Hey dimwits, the "n word" is the way Dumbya thinks, not me.
And how pray tell would YOU know how President Bush thinks?
-- Blast (email@example.com), August 16, 2002.
"Bush, himself the most intellectually backward American president of my political lifetime, is surrounded by advisers whose bellicosity is exceeded only by their political, military and diplomatic illiteracy,"
LOL! He nailed it!
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 16, 2002.
Trollboy just can't grasp the notion that not all African-Americans still live on the Liberal Plantation accepting scraps from the good Massa's table in return for their votes.
It's the 21st century trollboy, enter at your peril.
-- (email@example.com), August 16, 2002.
Washington Times August 16, 2002
A woman's work has to be done
by Wes Pruden
The drums of war bang louder, the squeals of the weenies grow shriller. If you're a European pol, or even a British backbencher, it's tough when a good-looking American woman is a bigger, smarter, tougher man than you are.
Condoleezza Rice, the White House national security adviser, raises the temperature of the water Saddam Hussein insists on swimming in, citing, for the Europeans with short memories and shorter attention spans, two occasions on which Iraq had "come closer than we thought at the time to acquiring nuclear weapons."
Said the unflinching Miss Rice, in an important interview yesterday with BBC Radio, meant to stiffen spines if not necessarily upper lips: "This is an evil man who, left to his own devices, will wreak havoc again on his own population, his neighbors and, if he gets weapons of mass destruction and the means to deliver them, all of us. This is a very powerful moral case for regime change."
History, she observed, is littered with winks at brutal dictators who gave the world ample reason for regrets for sleeping through opportunities to do what had to be done when it would have been far easier than it eventually turned out to be. She named no names, but she might have cited Stalin and Hitler for starters, and the entire roster of Europe as a roster of the lazy and the sleepy. She could have reminded the reluctant and the hesitant that before Churchill, the RAF and the other few to whom so many would owe so much there was Chamberlain, the over-educated elites too proud to fight and all the rest who couldn't be disturbed from their naps.
Condi Rice is the wussy's worst nightmare. Menzies Campbell, the foreign affairs spokesman for Britain's Liberal Democratic Party the Old Blimey equivalent of the Naderite Greens warned that we might as well expect the end of the world if America is not stopped: "There will be no world order if the most powerful states are entitled to remove other governments at will." A senior Labor Party backbencher, Gerald Kaufman, echoes this view in London's Spectator, and adds an insult or two: "[George W.] Bush, himself the most intellectually backward American president of my political lifetime, is surrounded by advisers whose bellicosity is exceeded only by their political, military and diplomatic illiteracy. Pity the man who relies on Rumsfeld, Cheney and Rice for counsel."
Here we get to what's really bugging these gents not that the United States threatens to go it alone if necessary, but that the United States is perfectly capable of going it alone, that all George W. and his "illiterates" really need is for the wussies to get out of the way and let the men get to work. The Euro-weenies and their British cousins stamp their feet, crying and threatening to hurl their pacifiers and baby rattles toward Washington if the most intellectually backward American president of their lifetime doesn't do it their way. He's George W. Bush and they're not, and it's just too much to bear.
The Euro-weenies make two arguments, the first that the threat is not really as great as Washington says it is, the "peace in our time" argument. Worse, that America is preparing to go to war without debate, argument or any attempt to persuade and convince. But this is not true. The op-ed pages of the influential newspapers (including this one) have been opened to the dovecote, the airwaves are thick with argument and debate, and every time a senator thunders or a congressman squeaks there's someone with pencil, paper or microphone to get it down. The naysayers labor under a heavy burden when they invariably begin their arguments with, "well, yeah, Saddam is a bad guy, you're right about that, if he doesn't have anthrax and poison gas and the A-bomb he probably will soon, but gee whiz, wouldn't it be nice if everybody could just get along?"
Brent Scowcroft, the Condi Rice of that earlier war (the one that he urged his boss to leave unfinished), argues in the Wall Street Journal that the way to really hurt Saddam Hussein is to sic the United Nations on him. Who needs Stonewall Jackson, George S. Patton or Norman Schwarzkopf when Kofi Annan is standing by, resolutions at the ready?
Leadership, as Condi Rice and George W.'s band of "illiterates" know very well, will always carry the day. When the shooting starts the Euro-weenies will fall all over themselves to get in on the glory. The war could get rough; the Iraqis, unlike last time, could surprise everyone and stand and fight. Or not. The "smart" weapons of the Gulf war, in the words of the military analyst David Hackworth, are "genius" weapons now. Besides, it's important to keep in mind Stonewall Jackson's admonition that a soldier never takes counsel with fear.
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 16, 2002.
"it's tough when a good-looking American woman is a bigger, smarter, tougher man than you are."
There's no way he can be talking about the same dumb cunt who ignored the warnings given to her 9 months before 911 that Al Qaeda was going to attack.
-- lol (dream on wes weasel @ she ain't. good looking either), August 16, 2002.
You are the crudest little boy.
-- (Edwina Tastee @ National Organization.of Women), August 16, 2002.
I tells it like it is!
-- Dumbya (she's dumb @ but. she makes a good prop), August 17, 2002.
Poor trollboy. Racist, Sexist, Stupid, and Hetrophobic.
-- (email@example.com), August 17, 2002.
Good job roloboy! You're finally starting to see the real Dumbya!
-- lol (roloboy finally @ waking. up), August 17, 2002.
FWIW, I didn't post that. Did you?
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 17, 2002.