Wednesday, January 16, 2008

U.S. against the world-- Bush turns on our friends

Unbelievable! Our Administration has tipped over into insanity and is alienating our allies with heavy-handed allegations of incompetence and by claiming that Europe represents an increasing threat as a staging ground for terrorist attacks on the U.S.

Defense Secretary Robert Gates accused NATO allies of lacking competence to fight the Taliban in Afghanistan, and Michael Chertoff, head of Fatherland Security, said European travelers to the U.S. can expect much closer scrutiny, including pre-registering online and tighter security checks, because Europe is seen as an increasing threat.

If these claims are true, and if the Bush administration follows their doctrine of pre-emptive action against countries that pose a threat to our safety (remember Iraq?), then Bush will clearly feel he has no choice but to invade Europe. Probably through Normandy. And if the NATO forces are as bad as they say, it should be a cakewalk, right?

Lets see what God tells him to do.

What Bush and all of neocon friends need is Morgellons.It's the least they deserve.

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