Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Bush Admits Al Qaeda Wasn't In Iraq Before Invasion: "So What?"



The moron sits with that inane grin on his face as Martha Raddatz asks him softball questions. Then he slips and lets out this corker:

BUSH: One of the major theaters against al Qaeda turns out to have been Iraq. This is where al Qaeda said they were going to take their stand. This is where al Qaeda was hoping to take–

RADDATZ: But not until after the U.S. invaded.

BUSH: Yeah, that’s right. So what? The point is that al Qaeda said they’re going to take a stand. Well, first of all in the post-9/11 environment Saddam Hussein posed a threat. And then upon removal, al Qaeda decides to take a stand.

So now even Bush admits that there was no a Qaeda in Iraq until he invaded it. And his response is, "So what?"

He's too dumb to even feel shame.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I noticed you simply called Bush a "moron" this time and not a "monkey", which you have done often in previous posts. Are you trying to curb that particular epithet in deference towards the next US President, who to any objective observer looks far more like a monkey than the current one does? You have seen those giant ears, yes? Or upon realizing this for yourself have you decided to forgo the term, which is why you simply used "moron" here?

Kel said...

I noticed you simply called Bush a "moron" this time and not a "monkey", which you have done often in previous posts. Are you trying to curb that particular epithet in deference towards the next US President, who to any objective observer looks far more like a monkey than the current one does?

The next time you post such blatant racism your post will simply be deleted.

Anonymous said...

So then if I get you, it's okay to call Bush a "monkey", but to call Obama one is racist? You and those like you have thrown many insults at Bush, but you believe that using those same exact insults towards Obama is racist? Would you accept that they are equally despicable when used against either man?

Kel said...

No, what I suspect is racist is your insistence that, "to any objective observer", Obama "looks far more like a monkey than the current one does?

What makes you think that any "objective observer" would arrive at that conclusion?