To call Iraq a TERRORIST DISNEYLAND is a disingenuous oxymoron.
Disneyland does not have blood and bones splattering its cartoon characters and rides.
Iraq is a TERRORIST PARADISE LOST, a TERRORIST GRAVEYARD or a TERRORIST CORNUCOPIA…
but it is NOT a TERRORIST DISNEYLAND.
To string together opposing terms that do not reflect the tragic reality (and unreality) of the Iraq debacle is horrendously wrong.
Has it dawned on your minds that the Iraq civil war is perfect for the Pentagon’s plan to remain in Iraq in order to fight the “terror” there indefinitely so that an occupation in the Middle East can continue indefinitely?
It is the work of a comb-licking, mad genius.
IT'S THE OIL STUPID!
President Bush forced Democrats to “fold,” the press reports. He vetoed the Iraq funding bill that set a deadline for getting U.S. troops out of the war. The Republican minority blocked any effort to overturn the veto. Now Congress is about to vote on a funding bill the president will accept, one that doesn’t offer a path out of the mess. Bush wins, the Republicans exult, the Democrats “flinch.”
But this isn’t poker. This is life and death. The president insists on escalating the catastrophic occupation of Iraq. He scorned the bipartisan Baker-Hamilton Commission that offered a way out. He scorns the American people who voted in 2006 to bring the debacle to an end. He scorned the majority of both houses of Congress that voted to start bringing the troops home on a date certain. He sustains an occupation opposed by a majority of Americans, a majority of Iraqis and a majority of the Congress.
From Funding Bush's War: This Is No Game
By Robert L. Borosage
May 23, 2007