Thursday, March 29, 2007

US 'Surprised' by Saudi Comments on American Role in Iraq

Are we really? Listen, that whole region is crazy. When you're dealing with crazy people, nothing should be surprising.

The Bush administration Thursday expressed surprise, and said it was seeking clarification, over remarks by Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah at the Arab League summit that the United States role in Iraq was an "illegal foreign occupation."

Seems pretty clear to me. Saudi Arabia doesn't think we should be occupying Iraq. Do you really find it strange that Saudi Arabia is pretty much on the same side as EVERYONE else?

Officials here are not depicting downplaying the remarks of the Saudi king as a problem in relations with Saudi Arabia, a key Middle East ally of the United States.

Our ally? The country most of the 9/11 hijackers came from?

But they say they will contact the Saudi government over the comments, and are defending the legality of U.S. involvement in Iraq.

"Hey Abdul, what's your fucking problem?"


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think everybody is tied of fighting a limited action war with these people...the big one's coming and a lot of people in the middle east are going to learn what it means to follow your goverment without keeping them in we did in the US

March 30, 2007 6:29 AM  

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