Good morning, everyone!
Let’s all get suited up for another stroll through the odious poison garden that is Free Republic, shall we? I’m at the end of a five-day mini-vacation, so this post is a little late. We’ll just have to wade right in and reading the teabagger leaves.
p>First up – Bang goes HIS FR account!
Series of Blasts in Baghdad Kill 50, Injure 300Fox News ^| August 10, 2009
Posted onWednesday, August 19, 2009 5:16:31 AM byZakeet
A series of explosions struck the Iraqi capital Wednesday, targeting
primarily government and commercial buildings, killing at least 50
people and wounding more than 300 others, Iraqi police told Reuters.
The blasts follow a string of attacks in Iraq this month that have
claimed more than 200 lives and left hundreds more wounded, raising
concerns about the abilities of Iraqi security forces to keep the lid
on violence in advance of the American withdrawal.
The seemingly coordinated car bomb blasts and mortar attacks began
around midmorning Wednesday, striking first near the Finance Ministry
in northern Baghdad and then minutes later by the Foreign Ministry near
the Green Zone.
The deadliest explosion occurred near the Foreign Ministry, just
outside Baghdad’s heavily protected Green Zone, killing at least seven
and wounding at least 55 people, an Iraqi police and medical official
A 10-story building that is part of the ministry complex was badly
damaged. The explosion was so strong that it also damaged nearby
buildings and destroyed dozens of car outside, according to AP
Television News footage. A huge area outside the ministry was covered
by debris and broken glass
All bow to Zero, the undoing of Iraq. All for nothing. Nothing.
Pray for our Troops.
posted onWednesday, August 19, 2009 5:22:14 AM
To: Senator John Blutarski
Howeverthese animals do not deserve our help.
posted onWednesday, August 19, 2009 5:27:56 AM
Interesting how all the“brave democracy-loving people of Iraq” have suddenly morphed into“these animals”, innit?
div class=”a2 blockquote” style=”margin-left: 40px;”>To: prisoner6
And the blame for the problem is in the White House! prisoner6
would add that credit should be given to the previous occupant of the
White House who went into Iraq to settle a score with Saddam Hussein.
posted onWednesday, August 19, 2009 6:31:40 AM
Of course you would. All Bush bashers still believe that.
I believe they are asking the US to stay.
The easiest way to get the US troops out of Iraq is to stop
fighting, Then we will gladly move out. Yet they keep killing.I believe
they want us to stay.
posted onWednesday, August 19, 2009 6:50:18 AM
Venturer may be right about one thing – if a superpower had invadedmy country, and was wrecking their own economy by spending two billion dollars a week occupying it, I’d want them to stay, too.
Until they couldn’t afford bread, much less bombs.
The easiest way to get the US troops out of
Iraq is to stop fighting, Then we will gladly move out. Yet they keep
killing.I believe they want us to stay.
Kind of like child psychology? Negative attention behavior?
for Bush bashing I liked George even tho he went all wobbly on social
issues and spent us into a corner with the Iraq war after having his
brain hijacked by the neo-cons.
His economic policies were
pretty flakey too but I believe he did what Dad and Cheney told him to
do. A classic people pleaser couldn’t say no to anything.
posted onWednesday, August 19, 2009 7:14:00 AM
Who the heck cares? We shouldn’t have gone to
Iraq in the first place. Has Bush ever located those “weapons of mass
destruction” he kept on talking about?
Too many conservatives have been conned into defending Bush, who
wasn’t a conservative, but a rather incompetent “compassionate”
conservative, whatever that is.
And now – the rebuttal:
posted onWednesday, August 19, 2009 8:29:55 AM
(You’re jealous because the voices only talk to me.)
More high-powered logic from the depths of Freeperville after the old jumpola…