Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Iraq: You Know Things Are Bad When . . .

. . . even conservative guru and fat cat Richard Mellon Scaife, who owns the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, knows that it’s time to say sayonara to those Eye-Rackis:
"Quite frankly, during last Thursday's news conference, when George Bush started blathering about "sometimes the decisions you make and the consequences don't enable you to be loved," we had to question his mental stability. If the president won't do the right thing and end this war, the people must. The House has voted to withdraw combat troops from Iraq by April. The Senate must follow suit.

"Our brave troops should take great pride that they rid Iraq of Saddam Hussein. And they should have no shame in leaving Iraq. For it will not be, in any way, an exercise in tail-tucking and running. America has done its job. It's time for the Iraqis to do theirs."
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