Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Once every 32 words:

Bush gave a speech today at Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. There were two parts. A 644 word introduction directed at military officials at the base and the assembled audience. That was followed by the main speech, which was 2975 words long. In the speech, Bush mentioned "al Qaida" or "al Qaeda" a total of 95 times. That's a reference to al Qaeda every 32 words. How bad is that? Here is a graphic representation:
Oh, and Bush mentioned Zarqawi and Bin Laden a lot as well.


When is he going to admit that he is Al Qaeda in Iraq's midwife. They wouldn't be there if it weren't for him and his war.

I do believe that Al Qaeda in Iraq and 9-11 are connected. 9-11 was financed by Saudi Arabian supporters and over 50% of Al Qaeda in Iraq is made-up of Saudi nationals. When are we going to put some pressure on the Saudi's to do something about it?

By Anonymous Rockie the Dog, at 7/25/2007 10:00 AM  

What do you think that the thousands of terrorists we have killed in Iraq would have been doing for the last four years had we not invaded Iraq?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7/27/2007 6:40 AM  

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