Thanks stripes- that was refreshing to read that what we also say and feel is being broacast as well. Like this part-
And to Iran and Syria - and, yes, also to the insurgents in Iraq - we must look like a country run by the equivalent of the drunken pest who gets battered to the floor of the saloon by one punch, then staggers to his feet, and shouts at the other guy's friends, "Okay, which one of you is next?"
Mr. Bush, the question is no longer "what are you thinking?", but rather "are you thinking at all?"
"I have made it clear to the Prime Minister and Iraq's other leaders that America's commitment is not open-ended," you said last night.
And yet without any authorization from the public, which spoke so loudly and clearly to you in November's elections, without any consultation with a Congress (in which key members of your own party, like Sen. Brownback, and Sen. Coleman, and Sen. Hagel, are fleeing for higher ground), without any awareness that you are doing exactly the opposite of what Baker-Hamilton urged you to do, you seem to be ready to make an open-ended commitment (on America's behalf) to do whatever you want in Iran.
We see this kind of disconnect from reason in the methane breathing, electrickoolaid drinkers as they trip out on their delusional fantasy world! Reminds me of so many repugs that dare to show their ignorance of the world and its politics. Should Bush go back to that Aircraft carrier and finally tell the truth? Should Bush now say "Mission not so
Accomplished? Mission now Disaster!" and tell the truth for once to the people?
We need more Olberman's to drown out the bleating of the sheeple.