The River

Thursday, November 08, 2007

What mainstream reporters don't tell you

Asked if removing the counter-weight of a strong Iraq didn’t vastly increase Iran’s power, he [Bush] took a deep hit off his crack-pipe and said, “I think that, ultimately, they’re going to feel pressure about the type of government they have when their people look across the border and see a flourishing, free society.”


Asked by a French reporter about the Iraqi quagmire, Bush once again pulled out his trusty crack-pipe, inhaled deeply, and replied, “I don’t -- you know, ‘quagmire’ is an interesting word.” Adding, “and have you ever looked at your hands, I mean really looked at them?” Okay, what he really said, which is significantly more batshit out-of-his-head-loco, was, “If you lived in Iraq and had lived under a tyranny, you’d be saying, god, I love freedom -- because that’s what’s happened.”


I know it should be obvious that Bush is smoking crack, but how can reporters justify leaving it out of their reports?

From the comments:

"Couldn't have been more offensive to the French than his hilarious attempt to say, "Bienvenue a la Maison Blanche.""
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