Tuesday, February 13, 2007

It's like talking to a child

This editorial in the New York Times sounds so frustrated and desperate when addressing the Bush's administration new claim of WMD's from Iran (that's all we need), that it sounds like they are talking to a child. A retarded, willful, disobedient and unruly child.

If Mr. Bush is truly worried about Shiite militias killing Americans in Iraq — and he should be — he needs to start showing this evidence to Iraq’s prime minister, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki. He needs to demand that Mr. Maliki stop protecting the militias and make it clear that there will be serious consequences if he continues to refuse.

If Mr. Bush is truly worried about Iran fanning Iraq’s ever more bloody civil war — and he should be — he needs to stop fantasizing about regime change and start trying to find a way to persuade Iran’s leaders to help rein in the chaos in Iraq.

And if Mr. Bush is worried that Americans no longer believe him when he warns of mortal threats to the country — and he should be — he needs to start proving that he really understands who is most responsible for the Iraq disaster. And he needs to explain how he plans to extricate American troops without setting off an even bigger war.

It's like: eat your soup, don't pick your nose, do your homework, stop being a pest.

But it's not working. Nobody's listening. The New York Times can have a massive editorial meltdown and it's going to go in one ear and out the other.

Why don't we all just demand impeachment or his resignation on account of incompetence and malfeasance? Something?

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