How hard did we have to fight to get Iraq back to the Iraqi people and clean up a little of the mess behind?
Breech-birth labor at a minimum, but closer perhaps to the horrors of Vietnam (for us geezers).
It was infuriating for the news networks to run the footage of Dubbyah's absurdly quiet and pragmatic address to the nation when he got his lifelong dream of getting to blow shit up in Iraq for the invisible WMD's.
Paging Cat Stevens, Green Day, Pearl Jam, U2, Neil Young, Yoko Ono and Joan Baez on one cool conference call, your president needs you to do some kicking pacifist songs and get America grooving on what is good about liberals and President Obama.
There's too much Iraq news. Blackwater must be licking their chops, as well as the (celebrating) Military Industrial Complex coffer counters.
Let's first have a look at the hepped up gun fondling war-lovin' extremists over at Fvx Nation.
And a peek at La Palin's channel (laughter is the best medicine). As always apologies for the Fvx in the morning egregiousness.
And Morning Joe went there, naturally. The nausea medicine Zofran is third shelf down in the complimentary TPC cloak room. Take two, it's early yet.
How effing long do we have to protest wars?
I feel like I'm going to be 92, in my best gardening hat, carrying a placard (sarcastic, I'm releasing the inner grumpus at 80-85), and botching ourselves about civil rights, gender equality , LGBTQ and guns.