Thursday, September 28, 2006


Trent Lott: Straight From The Horse's Ass

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush barely mentioned the war in Iraq when he met with Republican senators behind closed doors in the Capitol Thursday morning and was not asked about the course of the war, Sen. Trent Lott, R-Mississippi, said.

"No, none of that," Lott told reporters after the session when asked if the Iraq war was discussed. "You're the only ones who obsess on that. We don't and the real people out in the real world don't for the most part." this bullshit real?

I can't even put into words my outrage at this shit-sucking sycophant and the garbage he's tossing at reporters. Trent Lott, the president's admitted close friend, just stood before the gathered press corps and told them, "That three-year war? Those 2700 dead Americans, over 20000 wounded Americans, and God knows how many dead Iraqis? The transformation of a repressive regime into a hemorrhaging hierarchy that's turned into Six Flags for terrorists? The billions of dollars spent? The squandering of all the good will we received from the global community after 9/11?

"Yeah. We don't care about it, and neither should you."

And of course, what's a public statement from Trent Lott without some casual racism?

It's hard for Americans, all of us, including me, to understand what's wrong with these people," he said. "Why do they kill people of other religions because of religion? Why do they hate the Israeli's and despise their right to exist? Why do they hate each other? Why do Sunnis kill Shiites? How do they tell the difference? They all look the same to me."

"Man, it's just too difficult to think of brown people as people with their own sets of thoughts, emotions, and beliefs. I mean, it's not like these considerations play any big role in the geopolitical morass we've plunged ourselves into!"

I'm no big fan of Bush's policy. But I hope and pray to God that Trent Lott just delivered a massive load of verbal diarrhea, and that this really isn't what President Bush thinks about the war.

Then again, at this point, nothing would surprise me.

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