Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Lamest of Lame Ducks. (Thank God)!

It seems the Bush Administration is running into all sorts of STOP signs in it's effort to make permanent war in Iraq the codified policy of The U.S. Most of the pushback is coming from the Iraqi's themselves, at the wingnut drive to control Iraq's foreign policy and military decision making on use of Iraq forces.

From the AP

Faced with stiff Iraqi opposition, it is "very possible" the U.S. may have to extend an existing U.N. mandate, said a senior administration official close to the talks. That would mean major decisions about how U.S. forces operate in Iraq could be left to the next president, including how much authority the U.S. must give Iraqis over military operations and how quickly the handover takes place.
This is not to mention the opposition back here in states, especially concerning the proposed 58 permanent military bases to be built by the US. Of course the Bushies are attempting to bypass the treaty provisions in the constitution by claiming the bases will be owned by the Iraqi's with the US military paying rent to use them.

The GWB crime syndicate hasn't gotten the memo yet, that not only the American public but pretty much the rest of the world has grown sick and tired of their shell games and militarism.
Hurry up, January 2009!

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