Thursday, September 08, 2005

Me on tv

Friday, August 26, 2005

No retreat

We'll honor the sacrifice of those who died by completing their mission.

They'll try to make us retreat by killing women and children, but we'll stay the course.

We'll finish the job, whether I'm on vacation or not.

Thursday, August 25, 2005

Course staying

On Sunday the 21st, I meditated on Iraq's future.

On Monday the 22st, I focused on commitment. We are commited to Iraq.

On Tuesday the 23nd, I reaffirmed our constant and unfailing devotion and ceaseless dedication to Iraqi freedom and democracy.

On Wednesday the 24rd, I thought about our incessent, interminable, round-the-clock, nonstop, and relentless mission in Iraq, and perpetuity.

Today, I'm thinking about sending Rev. Al Sharpton to Iraq.

Saturday, August 20, 2005

They know

I was concerned our honorable purpose in Iraq was being misignored. Until today.

Outside the ranch, Gary Qualls, a father of a fallen American soldier, said: "If I have to sacrifice my whole family for the sake of our country and world, other countries that want freedom, I'll do that." L2LP

A proud father's faith is clear. The Iraqi road to freedom is paved with little Qualls.

Friday, August 19, 2005

Iraqi election

On Wednesday the 17th, I considered the extensive time-line required for success in Iraq. Political and economic investment in infrastructure. Rome can't be built in a heartbeat.

On Thursday the 18th, I told reporters it was hot in Texas, and that I like it. It's hot in Iraq too, and I think I'd like it.

On Friday the 19th, most of the day was spent analyzing why, as Julie Chen revealed last night, Kaysar got 82% of America's vote to return to the Big Brother 6 house after being evicted the week before. See, Kaysar is an Iraqi Muslim and he was up against Tim the American fireman. Tim, of course, had the fact that he's bald going against him, popularity-wise maybe, but he's bald more in a Mr. Clean way rather than a Yul Brenner way. Yet 82% of the vote goes to Kaysar. My advisors tell me it's evidence of active Al Quaida cells calling in to vote. Active anti-American activities directed against America's heros.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Toting up

Okay, my Iraq thought on:
  • Sunday the 14th was the war's effect at home (Dick said: "Sheehan happens")
  • Monday the 15th was premature-Constitutional excitement
  • Tuesday the 16th, today, is a long-term outlook, uh, something like: Success requires "Baby-Steps Toward Democracy" (BSTD)
My BSTD program for Iraq creates progress both economical and political. It'll take BSTD to help the Iraqi people.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

Stability and consistancy

Too busy to post yesterday, but I was thinking about increasing the stability in Iraq.

Today I'm thinking consistancy. The alliance must remain consistant.