Big Bubba's Big Mistake of the Day
Bush Teleconference With Soldiers Staged
President Bush Teleconference With U.S. Troops Was Choreographed to Match His Goals for Iraq War
By DEB RIECHMANN Associated Press Writer
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON Oct 13, 2005 — It was billed as a conversation with U.S. troops, but the questions President Bush asked on a teleconference call Thursday were choreographed to match his goals for the war in Iraq and Saturday's vote on a new Iraqi constitution.
Why do these ABC hack slugs assume that we are as brain dead as they are? This story is not only the silliest story I have read today, and it is quite possibly the silliest that I have read so far this year. Do they really think that a cross continents video teleconference is going to take place without the participants being briefed on procedures, protocols and administrative details? Scott McClellan had to explain the process to reporters. Catch the irony? Slugs sitting there with looks of inquisitive wonder on their collective faces pretending not to understand the problems of cross continent video conferencing while McClellan tries to explain it to them. Wait a minute. Isn't that what reporters do sometimes? They have trouble understanding what they do? You guys! You wild and crazy guys!
I wonder what this story would have looked like if President Bush had come up with some good old fashioned pseudo intellectual progressive liberal demoracist angst type of questions. Why do you hate me? Why are you children fighting my war? Do you have any idea how much money Dick is making off this war? Why did the Supreme Court have to make me President? They could have finished off the video conference with a rousing sing along of old favorites like Koom-by-ya, Michael Row the Boat Ashore and finish up with Give Peace a Chance.