Sunday, January 28, 2007

They just don't get it 

"I think most of the nations in that part of the world believe their security is supported, if you will, by the United States. They want us to have a major presence there," Cheney said in an interview with Newsweek magazine, according to a transcript released by the White House on Sunday.

Yup, all those Middle Eastern countries adore us and our military presence over there and they sure feel much more protected from unwanted invasion and interference. Just ask them. If they don't agree, they must be terrorists. Our leaders sure are looking for a peaceful resolution to all "our" problems, aren't they? Thank goodness.

How much longer do we have to deal with these yahoos?

"When we -- as the president did, for example, recently -- deploy another aircraft carrier task force to the Gulf, that sends a very strong signal to everybody in the region that the United States is here to stay, that we clearly have significant capabilities, and that we are working with friends and allies as well as the international organizations to deal with the Iranian threat," Cheney said.

Which international organizations, exactly, are we working with I'd like to know?

It can't be much longer until we're an autocracy. At least not if a select few have their way.

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