Sunday, July 29, 2007

Iraqi PM May Ask Washington To Withdraw Petreaus

This, along with the story concerning the Iraqi Government dropping the construction projects, was the main news on all the evening newscasts tonight.

Iraq will be in governmental meltdown by September.

Bush should have used the life preserver the Iraq Study Group threw him.


A key aide says Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's relations with Gen. David Petraeus are so poor the Iraqi leader may ask Washington to withdraw the overall U.S. commander from his Baghdad post.


Iraq's foreign minister calls the relationship "difficult." Petraeus, who says their ties are "very good," acknowledges expressing his "full range of emotions" at times with al-Maliki. U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker, who meets with both at least weekly, concedes "sometimes there are sporty exchanges."


Oh well, 4,000 American lives, 50,000 wounded, hundreds of thousands of Iraqi lives lost or destroyed, more than $1 trillion spent, and an explosion in the National Debt, international trust and respect of America trashed, The Constituion shreaded...

and poor Georgie doesn't even get to tell his daddy "I told you so." But Barbara is still proud as hell of her boy.

Can you, um, like, withdraw your OTHER 160,000 troops along with Petraeus?

3 comments:

Mariamariacuchita said...

Hey ,Earl!!!

ANYTHING is possible over there...I wish they had listened to the Study Group.

sumo said...

Oh!...just great! I hadn't heard this yet...thanks for the exclusive Earl! If we're lucky somebody is going to trip and have a fatal accident and leave a very big post open for conjecture. I welcome the entertainment. Let the games begin.

Dusty said...

I hope they do kick Petraeus to the curb. That will teach Bush.

..actually nothing can be taught to that stubborn, ignorant sumbitch.