In Libya’s future is Iraq’s past.
With each passing day, Iraqis cherish their 40% unemployment and hail with hungry stomachs the great democratic crusade of the neocons.
Libya’s future is bright and neocons can’t wait to see their democratic vision take shape in their second adopted land.
The great mentors Bush and Cheney could not wait to spend $1.5 trillion and bring democracy to Iraq and liberate the people. And who cares if Uncle Sam is broke!
Chorus of ideologist cheer and anxiously await the Iraq invasion and welcome the rule of people.
Middle East will soon be brimming with the democracy envisioned by the great academician Bernard Lewis, paid for the by the broke Uncle Sam and choreographed by the Vietnam legend Rumsfeld.
It took only fourteen days to destroy Saddam’s rule and eight years to rebuild Iraq with electric power grid barely ticking and inflation at 50% and unheard second meal a day.
Even, Sudan looks better.
Great progress, after spending $1.5 trillion, losing more than 4,000 American soldiers and maiming 30,000 more. Hey, Rumsfeld was heard saying it could have been worse.
I can see how proud the architects are as I admire large smiling statues of Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle and John R Bolton on Hussein Boulevard in Baghdad.
Neocons got it all figured out and when it came to the looting of the U.S. Treasury, they moved faster than the speed of light and 1,600 military contractors were of great help.
Get Saddam out and soon leaders will fall in the Middle East. They signed up Fed Chairman Greenspan to keep rates low and the debt of the U.S. bonds can fund the great crusade and who cares if housing goes in to a bubble.
Are you kidding, Greenspan is too busy to regulate banks.
Neocons got it all right, got rid of Saddam, September 11 attack avenged, housing market bubble in full swing, interest rates low and Bush declared “Mission Accomplished.”
Bush and Cheney proudly walk on the safe lawns of the White House and marvel at the outsourcing of the presidency to the neocons.
Neocons got the leaders of the Middle East and the U.S. Treasury by their balls.
So what if one million Iraqis die and two million Americans lose their homes and the treasury is stuck with $1.5 trillion of debt. It is all good.
Nothing to worry, the next election will fix it and our soon to be launched Tea Party will take care of the deficit.
You pesky Democrats and Independents, shut up. Your entitlement programs cost too much but they pale in comparison to our Iraq project.
You just can’t dream big and yes you will never see a dime of $1.5 trillion of our spending on this great land. It is about time you stop relying on government, just look at Iraq.