Thursday, January 26, 2006

Bush renounces the role of U.S. as a “partner in peace”

In response to the Hamas taking a majority of seats in Palestinian parliamentary elections George Bush in a surprising and rare outburst of honesty appeared to renounce the role of the U.S.A. as a “partner of peace”

"On the other hand," he said of Hamas, "I don't see how you can be a partner in peace if you advocate the destruction of a country as part of your platform. And I know you can't be partner in peace if your party has got an armed wing."

With the destruction of one sovereign country under his belt the self-styled Texas tuff guy affirmed his agenda of destruction. With Iran in his sights (pending a loan from the Chinese to rebuild his decimated “armed wing”) the president spoke the truth for the first time in sometime.

Bush soon reverted to form when he claimed that pictures of him with lobbyist Jack Abramoff were “not relevant”


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