Tuesday, July 08, 2008


So now Iraq has gone on the record as wanting the U.S. out of Iraq. Does this negate all that previous talk from President Bush, Defense Secretary Robert Gates, and Emperor Palpatine, ERRRRR, Joe Lieberman about not wanting to set timetables for our exit? Or are we going to continue to be John Belushi in that Saturday Night Live skit?

I don't know how much more direct they can be. We're not welcome there anymore, and we haven't been for years. I love how some Republicans still say we're winning over there because 'violence is on the decline.' If we just killed them all, then violence would REALLY be on the decline! Have we actually run out of brown people to kill?

Seriously though, it's been long enough. It's time to:

And no, HCP, I didn't mean your brown people.


JoinTheBand said...

It has become obviously to Iraqis, sane Americans, and the rest of the world that it is time for us to leave. The UN resolution is even about to expire. The Iraqis are still trying to be polite about it about. They may have to get firm. Because they're running out of ways to say "shoo, scram, go home!, getaddahere, thanks for the memories, it's our oil - we're keeping it, along with our sovereignty, thank you very much.
Goodbye, now. Let's not do this again anytime soon. See ya 'round.

HCP said...

I know you aren't talking about my people because we breed like rats, thanks in large part the catholic church, and we are harder to get rid of than a cockroach infestation. So all I have to say is, "enjoy the burritos!"