Errr…what?

Bush said this:
 
The Vietnam War’s lesson for today’s Iraq conflict is that freedom takes time to trump hatred.
 
“It’s just going to take a long period of time for the ideology that is hopeful — and that is an ideology of freedom — to overcome an ideology of hate,” Bush said after having lunch with Australian Prime Minister John Howard, one of America’s strongest allies in Iraq.
 
Dubya, I think you are kicking yourself hard in your arse. You see, you are saying that an ideology of freedom will surely triumph. But you see, making fear sown in your own country is not exactly way of freedom and I think, with that, you are agree with the rest of the world that you will surely lose.
 
But, as usual, you have this natural urge to give paradox to the world
 
“We’ll succeed,” Bush added, “unless we quit.”
 
You know, you have quitted being a “freedom champion” when you culled of your own people’s freedom from fear. So, by adding those two together, you have admitted defeat.
 
And admit it you must, cause your dearest slave have admitted it too:
 
“It’s really quite alarming and dangerous, where Iraq is now. It’s quite frightening,” he told CNN.
 
“Iraq is slipping continuously into a chaotic level of violence. “To be honest, this is not something that I could have imagined when we fought Saddam’s regime.”
 
During and interview, someone suggested that the West’s intervention in Iraq had “so far been pretty much of a disaster.”
 
Blair replied: “It has…”
 
Let me help you admitting, cause Dubya, you better see outside that walled garden of yours
 
The president’s welcome by the public was much less enthusiastic than the rock-star treatment afforded President Bill Clinton when he came in 2000. Happy crowds thronged Clinton, who normalized relations with Vietnam.
 
“Even though the Americans were more powerful with all their massive weapons, the main factor in war is the people,” he said. “The Vietnamese people were very determined. We would not give up. That’s why we won.”
 
In the end, the strongest, purest intention will win, and like you said,
 
“It’s just going to take a long period of time for the ideology that is hopeful — and that is an ideology of freedom — to overcome an ideology of hate,”
 
The ideology of freedom held by Iraqi freedom under Satan’s Army occupation will surely overcome the ideology of hatred toward moslem’s power.
 
Dubya, you and your allies SUCK !! You said it yourself.

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