Monday, May 14, 2007

Demolition Dick

How come Dick Cheney and Karl Rove are never seen together?

Laughing Thugs

Rover and Dicky

Cheney arrived in Baghdad on the same day a USA Today/Gallup poll showed six out of 10 Americans support setting a timetable for pulling U.S. troops out.

Just an ineffectual focus group to Dick. 60% of the population to be watched more carefully lest we think we have a voice. He visited his oil pals overseas in November. It's irresponsible for a man in such poor health to continue flying. His doctors must be nervous.

Call 911

Cheney's Remarks

With two carrier strike groups in the Gulf, we're sending clear messages to friends and adversaries alike. We'll keep the sea lanes open. We'll stand with our friends in opposing extremism and strategic threats. We'll disrupt attacks on our own forces. We'll continue bringing relief to those who suffer, and delivering justice to the enemies of freedom. And we'll stand with others to prevent Iran from gaining nuclear weapons and dominating this region. These are important duties, and they must all be done at the same time.

Lucky Iraq, Cheney visited, unannounced. He personally delivered the horse head to Maliki:Contain Iraq until Dick says so. He sold his bill of bullshit at PR photo ops, using more of our military as props. The NY Times makes him look godlike. Are our troops buying his lies anymore?
Push Up Contest

Camp Speicher is an airfield (Al Sahra Airfield )in northern Iraq, near Tikrit. Iraq Facilities

Iraq Cheney
Army Sgt. Juan Alberto Batista-Irizarry of the 82nd Airborne from Fort Bragg, N.C., competes in a push-up contest at a troop rally attended by Vice President Dick Cheney, not shown, at Camp Speicher in Iraq, Thursday May 10, 2007. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

His real business was then conducted: Oil, contracts. Deals with Saudis. Halliburton HQ is now in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Dick is raking in as much dough as possible right off the top. Dick Cheney is a traitor to the United States. He does NOT have American interests at heart, only his own and those of his oil buddies both here and overseas.
Cheney Middle East

BAGHDAD-Dick Cheney said that Iraq remains a dangerous place, a point underscored by a thunderous explosion that rattled windows in the U.S. embassy where he spent most of the day.
"We talked about the challenges that we are facing in our own political process," Maliki told a joint news conference. Cheney said Washington would continue to support Maliki. "Obviously we talked about the way ahead in terms of our mutual efforts to help build an Iraq that is safe and secure, is self-governing and free of the threats of the insurgency and al Qaeda," he told reporters.

Two years ago Cheney said, "I think they're in the last throes, if you will, of the insurgency."

Dick and Abdullah

Dick gave an "interview" to Fox Gnus in Jordan, he's "satisfied" with his trip.
"I don't want to predict" the outcome, Cheney said.

The vice president said he did not want to say exactly what leaders in the region told him during their private meetings. "I apologize in advance for the fact that I won't talk about my conversations with the folks I visited with. That's why they talk to me," he said.


Dick's Arabian Success
Cheney's trip a "success"


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