One Veteran's Voice

06 December 2005

No questions

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Do not question the leader.

The leader is always right.

The leader has a plan.

Do not question the plan.

Questioning the plan is unpatriotic.

3 Other Voices:

Elmo said...

Once this speech flops too he'll start speaking in front of Boy Scout troops claiming liberals are trying to get ride of Christmas.

12/06/2005 04:06:52 PM  
Lurch said...

No need for questions. His speech will offer a few coded buzzwords. The rest will be Tax cuts, strong economy, more tax cuts, cheap labor, licensed slavery disguised as guest workers, stay the course, marching to freedom, fight them over there, I am always right.

12/06/2005 08:08:02 PM  
Johnny said...

I am in the middle of reading Bush's so-called "Strategy for Victory in Iraq" which has been touted by Bush and other neo-cons as the magic bullet. I am sorry to say that it is a piece of propaganda crap. By the definitions of "victory" that it offers, there is no way to determine when our troops will ever leave. I am sure the Council on Foreign Relations would have many probing questions on the "strategy" and all Bush would be able to respond with would be "Freedom's on the march." What a sorry excuse for a leader -- one who cannot even answer questions on his own strategy.

12/06/2005 09:22:35 PM  

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