Thursday, May 24, 2007

Bush: If Iraq Says Leave, "We Would Leave."

Well who's the ones who have to tell us to leave? Cause there seems to be an awful lot of people over there who don't want us there.

President Bush said today if the Iraqi government were to ask the United States to leave Iraq, he would grant the request.

Of course, they're not going to ask us to leave. Believe it or not, Muslims have a cultural tradition of offering guest unlimited stay. You know, when they're not cutting your head off.

"We are there at the invitation of the Iraqi government."

Really? I don't remember the invite.

"This is a sovereign nation. Twelve million people went to the polls to approve a constitution. It's their government's choice,’’ the president said during a Rose Garden news conference. "If they were to say leave, we would leave."

Okay, so, I'll just wait to hear what he says when the Iraqi government does ask us to leave. Bush has a great way of forgetting what he says. It's like the country is being lead by a goldfish.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the american people want President Bush to leave his office now, before any election...would he leave now...I hope he's a man of his word.

May 31, 2007 10:58 AM  

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