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Saturday, September 25
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Question: ... very strong majorities do not see the United States as a liberator, but as an occupier, are unhappy with American policy and want us out. Don't the real voices of the Iraqi people, themselves, contradict the rosy scenarios you're painting here today?
President Bush: First of all, the Iraqi people now have got Iraqi leadership. Prime Minister Allawi and his cabinet are making decisions on behalf of the Iraqi people.
That is frightening. This guy was installed by the occupying country and making decisions on behalf of the occupees. I am sure that they are very relieved. I can tell by the pictures coming from Iraq that everyone seems very optimistic.
President Bush: Secondly, I saw a poll that said the right track/wrong track in Iraq was better than here in America. It's pretty darn strong. I mean, the people see a better future.
We just bombed the shit out of a country and they are supposedly happier than we are? Does he have a clue what he is inferring here?
President Bush: Talk to the leader. I agree -- I'm not the expert on how the Iraqi people think, because I live in America, where it's nice and safe and secure.
Preznit better check his meds and re-read old scripts. We are supposed to be attacked in NYC, remember? We have these guys all over the place here in NY with these big guns. We don't feel safe. We don't feel secure. Sure they're cute guys but they aren't gonna save us from another 9/11.
President Bush: But I talk to this man. One reason I'm optimistic about our ability to get the job done is because I talk to the Iraqi Prime Minister. I'm also optimistic that people will choose freedom over tyranny every time. That's what I believe.
And that is yet another reason I am not voting for Dumya. I will always choose freedom over tyranny. He got that right.