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War … UHHHH!!! … Good Gawd! … September 14, 2007

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SHRUB MAKES HIS CASE TO THE PEOPLE, PEOPLE

FITSNews – September 14, 2007 – So we watched President George W. Bush‘s address to the America about the War in Iraq last night. Well, we watched the first five minutes of it before somebody demanded that we change the channel to Baseball Tonight. Anyway, it’s been nine months since Bush announced that he was sending some “additionamal” troops to The Iraq, as we like to call it here in South Carolina.

So … how’s that whole troop surge thing working out? Shrub says pretty good. Congressional Democrats say pretty sh*tty.

Personally, we don’t get it. And the fact that more Americans were probably pissed off about missing Grey’s Anatomy than they were about whatever the hell is happening in Iraq says something about something, we’re just not sure what.

We’ve written in the past about America’s diminished stomach for armed conflict, and the way we figure it, if a video game war can kill the bad guys just as good as a real one, why risk it? Sophisticated analysis? Bet your ass …

Anyway, if we were Prez-o-dent, there would be no troops in Iraq right now because there would be no Iraq right now. We’d have blown the whole thing off the map twenty years ago. There would also be no Iran or Afghanistan either, and we might have even nuked Switzerland, too, just for sh*ts and giggles …

Politicians shouldn’t sit around debating military tactics, if somebody f*cks with us they should simply tell their generals to grab the remote control, point to a spot on the map and say “get rid of it.”

We also need to realize that the world is never going to be safe for democracy, people. Why not? Because there are billions of people in the world who simply don’t want democracy. Which is just fine with us, as long as they adhere to the Georgia Satellites rule of geopolitical homeostasis, i.e. “don’t hand me no lines and keep your hands to yourself.”

And yes, we’re so profound at times it’s scary.

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