Your President Speaks!

Today, in Washington, before members of the American Enterprise Institute.

The One Principle Of Which?

Yet five years into this war, there is one principle of which every member of every party should be able to agree on — in other words, after all the debate, there is one thing we all ought to be able to agree on, and that is: We’ve got to fight the terrorists overseas, so we don’t have to face them here at home again.

Glad You Mentioned It

And the reason why I mention success is, it’s important for us to succeed.

Try My Eight Pound Oreck XL

If we were to leave this young democracy before the job is done, there would be chaos, and out of chaos would become vacuums, and into those power vacuums would flow extremists who would be emboldened; extremists who want to find safe haven.

Which Day Was That Again?

It’s a lesson that we’ve got to remember. And one of the lessons of that September the 11th day is that we cannot allow terrorists to gain sanctuary anywhere, and we must not allow them to reestablish the safe haven they lost in Afghanistan.

Jeane Kirkpatrick Was Also Inarticulate

Oh, for some that may seem like an impossible task. But it’s not impossible if you believe what Jeane Kirkpatrick said, and that freedom is universal; that we believe all human beings to live in freedom and peace.

There’s A NATO Alliance Is Taking The Lead

In today’s Afghanistan there’s a NATO Alliance is taking the lead to help provide security for the people of Afghanistan.

These Group of People

This should be a lesson for our fellow citizens to understand, where these group of people find freedom they’re willing to resort to brutal tactics.

Which People?

America and our allies are going to stand with these folks. That’s the message I want to deliver to the Afghanistan people today.

Nearly

Many allies have made commitments of additional forces and support — and I appreciate those commitments, but nearly as much as the people in Afghanistan appreciate them.

SIC = Lying

And so we’re going to build another 1,000 roads [sic] in 2007.

[snip]

President Karzai, to his credit, has established a Criminal Justice Task Force that is now after public corruption. This task force has 400 prosecutors [sic] and there are ongoing investigations.

Too Many Poppies

So the strategy to eliminate poppies is to encourage the government to eradicate, and to provide alternative means for a livelihood, and to help have the roads so that when somebody grows something somebody wants to buy in Kabul, there’s a road to be able to take the product along to the markets.

Uh-Huh

It is must be neat, really — I guess “neat” isn’t a sophisticated word, but it must be heartening to be somebody who’s helping this young democracy develop a judicial system that is worthy.

I Bent My Wookie

President Musharraf is going to better be able to now deal with this problem.

Tarzan Got Vast Market

Got a vast market, wealthy country with a lot of consumers, and it’s not going to take much to provide hope if we can get little manufacturing enterprises set up, local entrepreneurs to be able to manufacture goods and sell them here in our countries.

Must Have Been A Lot For The Afghan Citizen To Be Called “Rambo”

He is very popular with our troops — people who have gotten to know him like him a lot. They appreciate his courage and his personality and they call him “Rambo.” Must have been a lot for the Afghan citizen to be called “Rambo,” but that’s what they call him.

4 thoughts on “Your President Speaks!

  1. wendyc122 says:

    He isn’t MY President.

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  2. Nora says:

    Afghanistan is vitally important to the war on terra, until we lose interest and move on to the next war on terra, in Iraq.

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  3. CatStaff says:

    So Chimpy’s going to eliminate Poppy? How about Bar? Does the Secret Service know?

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  4. sparrow says:

    “It’s a lesson that we’ve got to remember. And one of the lessons of that September the 11th day is that we cannot allow terrorists to gain sanctuary anywhere*, and we must not allow them to reestablish the safe haven they lost in Afghanistan.
    This statement deserves a footnote: *No safe haven except for the one they presently enjoy in Pakistan.

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