Sunday, July 15, 2007

Today it is Nuri Al-Maliki's turn to show that Bush is a liar! What's going on?

We are used to everyday seeing one world leader or another out Politic Bush, call his Bluff, and uncover his real, underhanded, "denied" mis agenda. Usually it is Vladimir Putin who thanks to Bush's idiocy is once again starting to raise the "iron curtain"
Today it is Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's turn. As you know, despite the civil war in Iraq Bush started, despite a failing interim report on his "surge" Bush insists on staying the course in the middle of his civil war until he can find an excuse to attack Iran or use our military assets somewhere else in the middle east or beyond.
Bush keeps using the excuse that we must stay in Iraq or it will fail and the insurgents will follow us home. He guaranteed a failure in Iraq, the entire middle east, and Afghanistan, when he attacked Iraq to start the new middle east order he told us tears ago that God told him to.
It seems to me that I have heard rumors of the belief I heard expressed by Al-Maliki but this is the first time that I recall it being said publicly and officially. Personally I believe Iraq will fail whether we leave today or 100 years from now and the entire middle east will follow. anyway while Bush is saying how important it is for us to stay in Iraq he is being told to please fell free to leave.
Yesterday Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki shrugged off U.S. doubts of his government's military and political progress saying Iraqi forces are capable and American troops can leave "anytime they want." Al-Maliki sought to display confidence at a time when pressure is mounting in Congress for a speedy withdrawal of U.S. forces. As you know on Thursday, the House passed a measure calling for the United States to withdraw its troops by spring.
Al-Maliki said his government needs "time and effort" to enact the political reforms that Washington seeks particularly since the political process is facing security, economic and services pressures, as well as regional and international interference. But he said that if necessary, Iraqi police and soldiers could fill the void left by the departure of coalition.
I really can't see Iraq coming together and handling insurmountable problems and again have to believe they want us out so they can go after each other as we know they will. but I also have to say Bush brought all Iraq's problems about himself as we all know.
As bush expected and ignored cooperation has been blocked by divisions among Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish leaders. I also see an increase in Iraqi police and security forces shooting at our soldiers. I have to agree with Al-Maliki that it is time we pull out immediately and leave them to their own demise. We heard yesterday that even if we start tomorrow in would take 20 months to withdraw our 20 divisions and millions of tons of equipment.
The Partisan, harmful to America rhetoric must stop and now but it will not. I do not want to see a repeat of our departure from Vietnam and I see that and a lot worse in this mess that Bush purposely created and insists on making a lot worse than Vietnam so he can have the excuse to further his so called "new order".

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://www.anaveragepatriot.com/

3 comments:

an average patriot said...

I don't know why but I keep having problems with the link in my story so I am including the link to Maliki here.
http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/meast/07/14/iraq.military.ap/index.html

Larry said...

Maliki will be Bush's latest stooge/fallguy.

Bush will declare the "surge" is of course working, but it is Maliki's fault it didn't stop the thousands of killings.

Then Bush will replace Maliki with another paid stooge, and "surge" on with the spineless Democrats, including/especially Reid and Pelosi will "surge" with him.

an average patriot said...

Larry
I agree! It is odd to me that Bush is saying how much Iraq needs us so he can leave our military in the middle east to continue to prosecute his new order and Al-Maliki tells him to leave right away if he wants.
Leaving right away would still take 20 months at 20 Battalions and 1 month per Battalion but I believe that Maliki and others want us gone because they know what Bush intends to do in the future and they want us out also so they can concentrate on killing each other.