Friday, March 18, 2005

pinions of buddy don: wolf at the door

mr bush has nominated a man who orta be able to brang to the worl bank the same level of qualty we dun seen at arbusto energy n later at harken: mr paul wolfowitz. ye caint find a more qualified fox to run yer henhouse, or is it a wolf to herd yer sheep? witchever, we dun seen how folks that bleeves whut he says mite get tharself 'fleeced':
  • In February 2003, then-Army Chief of Staff Gen. Eric Shinseki told a congressional panel that America would need several hundred thousand troops to pacify Iraq after the invasion.

    Wolfowitz rushed to Capitol Hill two days later to undermine Shinseki, declaring the general's numbers "way too high," telling a House committee "we can say with reasonable confidence" Shinseki's figures were "way off the mark."

  • According to Wolfowitz, countries skittish about invading Iraq would be willing to deploy peacekeeping troops afterward. But there has been no great global rush to help America. In fact, some countries that sent handfuls of troops to Iraq have now pulled out.

  • corse, nobidy kin fergit how mr wolfowitz splained that the war in iraq wusnt a'gone cost us much:
    “There’s a lot of money to pay for this that doesn’t have to be U.S. taxpayer money, and it starts with the assets of the Iraqi people…and on a rough recollection, the oil revenues of that country could bring between $50 and $100 billion over the course of the next two or three years…We’re dealing with a country that can really finance its own reconstruction, and relatively soon.” [Source: House Committee on Appropriations Hearing on a Supplemental War Regulation, 3/27/03]
    aint it grate that it dint cost us too much -- taint much over $156,831,000,000 at the moment. ye kin check the lil counter i putt on the lef side of my blog to keep up with whut it is at the mint on a counta how tiz always a'risin.

  • then thars the cost in amurkin n iraqi lives, witch he has dun had a lil truble a'keepin up with how minny amurkins has died.

  • corse, ye gut to add mire a man that gits to run a bank even ifn his war cronies dun lost billions!

i bet the worls poor folk is happy now!

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