Friday, July 4, 2008

"A dangerous, arrogant, out of touch person..."

From Bloomberg (July 3, 2008) -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said she's "proud" of the U.S. decision to wage the Iraq war and insisted that the world is not more dangerous than it was when George W. Bush took office.

"We're now beginning to see that perhaps it's not so popular to be a suicide bomber. We're beginning to see that perhaps people are questioning whether Osama Bin Laden ought to really be the face of Islam. And I am proud of the decision of this administration to overthrow Saddam Hussein" she said in a recent inteview.

Rice concluded by saying, "this war has been tougher than any of us dreamed."

The whole story at

Danz View: Miss Rice is completely whacked out. As of July 2, 2008, 4,107 American service members have died in Iraq. More than 30,000 have been wounded, many with loss of limbs. Another 30,000 have been evacuated due to illness, disease, and suicides (20 week by some counts).

Miss Rice, if it's been tough, it's has been tough on all of you in this administration for your dream of a Middle East in our back pocket. To have done what we did as a nation - invade Iraq without due cause or direct threat - was "dreaming." It is now a nightmare. History will judge people like me correctly, and people like you and those in this administration will be damned!

Miss Rice, you are a sad, sad excuse for a human being - you are completely out of touch with reality and in the end, you will be held accountable for your series of lies in a feeble attempt to prop up this war.

Miss Rice, the world knows, even if you do not!

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