Sunday, July 23, 2006

Tell Me They’re Kidding!

Condoleezza Rice, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Stephen J. Hadley (the guy who told Bob Woodward that Valerie Plame was a CIA operative) are meeting with Saud al-Faisal the chief of the Saudi national Security Council this afternoon in order to talk the Saudis into talking the Syrians into telling Hezbollah to go away. So what have we got here? We’ve got Condoleezafucking Rice, the most inept, graceless, and grating-voiced Secretary of State ever known in the history of the earth. We’ve got President George W. Bush who last week went bonkers on international television because he was either drunk, high, over-medicated or all three. We’ve got Vice President Dick Cheney, a neocon, warmongering, war-profiteer so out-of-control and drunk that he shot a good friend in the face. And we’ve got the National Security Agency blabbermouth and leaker Stephen J. Hadley. And this is the crew that picked itself to mediate a meeting with the Saudis (who bombed the World Trade Center) in order to tell them to tell the Syrians to tell Hezbollah to piss up a rope. Oh, and Miss-I-Druther-Shop-for-Shoes-than-Check-Out-a-Hurricane Rice has decided that attending this meeting is so important that she is squeezing it in before racing off to Israel where she will intrude her rigid, clenched, self-conscious, unbending persona into Middle East affairs and where she will cause further waves of hatred to be radiated at the United States from every corner of the world. The only thing I can figure is this group of drunk, disorderly and braindead White House officials want terrorism to continue and prosper or they would take a backseat and call in professional negotiators for guidance. And since these clowns are so determined to make the US a laughing stock and terrorist target, why weren’t Donald Rumsfeld and Ahmed Chalabi asked to lend their expertise? What a bunch of maroons!

1 comment:

Jolie said...

I would just quibble with one thing: I don't think Bush went bonkers live because he was medicated. I think that's just the way our frat boy president is, and the mic just happened to be live. Maybe he's medicated all the time, I don't know, but I have a feeling his comments were not unusual for him. Which, to me, is more alarming.