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Sunday, February 18, 2007

The Price of Success

When asked recently about what really went wrong in the administration's pre-war planning, White House press secretary Tony Snow remarked, with a completely straight face, “I’m not sure anything went wrong.”

Then, of course, we all remember Prick Cheney's assertion in the interview with Wolf Blitzer a couple weeks ago: "We have had enormous successes in Iraq."

So, according to the Misters Snow and Cheney, things are apparently going exactly as planned in Iraq. It's been a mistake-free success.

I'd hate to think, then, of what it would look like if it were a fucked up colossal blunder.

2 comments:

redsock said...

For once, I will say these war criminals are correct.

Iraq has not been a fuck-up for them. It has been a major success. Billions and billions of $$$$ to themselves and cronies, more than a dozen permanent military bases in Iraq, warnings to other countries to play ball with the US, etc.

If you know their real goals -- not the ever-changing ones they spoon feed the public -- then it is obvious that they are getting exactly what they want.

If only they could keep the mounting American deaths out of the news -- and I think overall they have done a pretty good job of that, too.

(Nice to see another progressive Sox fan!)

Mainecatwoman said...

You know, you are absolutely correct! Fodder for another blog!

Baseball is just around the corner...life is starting again!