Thursday, March 23, 2006

Do What You're Told

While quickly flipping through the cable news channels this a.m., the news anchors started there news round-ups by saying their is good news from Iraq. I couldn't quite figure out if they were being sarcastic, given Bu$hCo's order that the news had better become good, or if, in fact, they have been intimidated (again!) by Bu$hCo. Here is the good news & it is good news, three peace advocates had been recused.
"US and British forces rescued three Western aid workers held hostage in Iraq for almost four months,..."
The American peace activist was not rescued, remember, his body was found last week. If you think that everything is now hunky-dory in Iraq, well, read the finish of the sentence I quoted above:
"...amid an explosion of violence that left at least two dozen people dead."
While I'm glad that these three men were rescued & while they should never have been abducted in the first place, thank Bu$hCo for that or Rush Limbaugh who had zero sympathy for these peace activists. Here's the fat drug addict's take on the kidnapping of the peace activists:
"I'm telling you, folks, there's a part of me that likes this."
So, I guess things are going just great. But that damn liberal press keeps reminding us of all that inconsequential non-news out of Iraq.
"BAGHDAD, Iraq - Two separate car bomb explosions killed at least 21 people and wounded more than 50 in the capital Thursday, police said."

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