Bush’s Christmas Radio Message

The Bull****er-in-Chief’s Christmas radio address contained a rather stange passage;

“During the holidays, we also keep in our thoughts and prayers the men and women of our Armed Forces, especially those far from home, separated from family and friends by the call of duty. In Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere, these skilled and courageous Americans are fighting the enemies of freedom and protecting our country from danger. By bringing liberty to the oppressed, our troops are helping to win the war on terror, and they are defending the freedom and security of us all. They and their families are making many sacrifices for our nation, and for that, all Americans are deeply grateful.”

My ears have been acutely trained to screen out bull***t, so, even though this is what he’s quoted on the White House website (www.bull***t.gov) as having said, it’s not what I heard. He has been misquoted. This is what he actually said;

“Our murderous attack on the civilian population of Iraq, and our attempt to replace their somewhat independent political system with a toadying one of our creation, responsive to orders from D.C. and Tel Aviv has caused an increasing number of them to join the insurgency against us. As many as 100,000 of them may now be considered “insurgents”, willing and able to violently resist our occupation. Since we have proven incapable of stopping these attacks without increasing the amount of murder inflicted on the Iraqi population, which in turn influences more of them to violently resist us, we must consider this war to be yet another disastrous, criminal failure in what passes for US foreign policy. Since, during my Presidency, and as a direct result of my plans, the US is now the most hated and feared nation in the world, perhaps even in the history of the world, and since this puts the lives of all Americans in grave danger, I must be considered the worst US president ever. No small accomplishment, since there have been so many bad presidents – in fact, I could count the number of good ones on one hand. Since I am clearly guilty (if anyone is) of High Crimes and Misdemeanors (having turned Iraq into a chaotic, demented slaughterhouse), I should be impeached as quickly as possible, and jailed (in Iraq) for the remainder of my natural life.”