Saturday, October 07, 2006

Warner sees Concern, Rice sees progress, Bush sees Success In Iraq Crisis, We see Reality!

Bloomberg: The chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee said the U.S. should consider a ``change of course'' in Iraq if the government there can't stabilize the country in the next two to three months.
Senator John Warner's comments, after returning from a one- day visit to Iraq, were the most critical assessments yet from a top congressional Republican about the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who President George W. Bush has championed as a strong leader. They also may serve notice to the president that even his strongest allies in Congress may be running out of patience.
Warner, a former Navy secretary and longtime Republican leader on defense issues, didn't outline what changes to U.S. strategy should be made and whether that includes withdrawing or redeploying U.S. troops.

NY Times: Wearing a helmet and a flak jacket and flanked by machine-gun-toting bodyguards to defend against insurgents, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice came here Thursday, insisting that there were new signs of progress in Iraq and that the Bush administration had never sugarcoated its news about the American occupation. signs of progress were not much in evidence in the first hours of her visit.
It began inauspiciously when the military transport plane that brought her to Baghdad was forced to circle the city for about 40 minutes because of what a State Department spokesman later said was either mortar fire or rockets at the airport.
On Thursday evening, during her meeting with President Jalal Talabani, the lights went out, forcing Ms. Rice to continue the discussion in the dark. It was a reminder of the city's erratic -- and sometimes nonexistent -- electrical service.
She arrived in the midst of an especially bloody few days for American troops. At least 21 American soldiers have been killed in Iraq since Saturday, most in Baghdad. Two car bombings in the city on Thursday left at least four Iraqi civilians dead.

She calls this progress? This is only progress if you remember what bush's goal is!
Press reports say our nation's intelligence services have confirmed that President Bush's repeated missteps in Iraq and his stubborn refusal to change course have made America less safe," said Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid. "No election-year White House PR campaign can hide this truth."
They are not missteps to Bush, it is part of a plan! From 9/11 he has been following a plan. Fighting terrorism was not it. It was just the reason he needed to attack Iraq and start to implement his new middle east and world order. Please read the following and you will understand everything.
As you may remember, Bush was looking for something to happen that would put the country and the world behind what he already had plans to do, attack Iraq, destabilize the middle east, then attack Iran, and proceed with his plan for new middle east and world order. 9/11 gave him that something, fighting terrorists!. Now he could prosecute his new middle east and world order. These are not Bush missteps, these are all just to follow his plan for new order!
He then used the excuse of 9/11 to attack Iraq and unsettle the middle east guaranteeing the loss of Afghanistan, Iraq, and the entire middle east. He did all this so he could further his idea of a new middle east and world order.

It is obvious that some with the stellar credentials of Senator Warner (Senate armed services committee and former secretary of the navy) are beginning to comprehend what is really going on in Iraq. However, because of Bush patsies such as Rice saying in the face of reality that she sees progress where their is a total breakdown only to throw in more confusion and enable Bush to stay the course and enable him to continue to prosecute his new order.
Bush will think he is justified in dismissing the senator and his stellar credentials as he did with the Generals and our intelligence experts, and say he knows better. Since he is the decider and only what he thinks matters, we will stay the course! only Bush knows anything and like a spoiled child, he believes he can do what he wants.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma

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