beating about the bush

Two friends were discussing, over a drink, Bush’s farewell visit to the Middle East. You know that Bush is here checking the progress of his master plan; the one that Rice asked us to bear its birth pangs while she gracefully played the piano in summer 2006. I wonder what happened to it. Yes, the “new Middle East” thingy! Anyway back to our friends:

He: Why did Bush cancel his surprise visit to Lebanon?

She: Because Hezbollah kicked IDF’s butt July 2006! Cheers!!

7 comments

  1. Anonymous · · Reply

    What a “victory”! A year and a half later and the Shit areas of Lebanon are still piles of rubble without water and electricity 24/7.Boo-hoo!<>< HREF="http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1196847333700&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull" REL="nofollow">Report: Nasrallah demoted by Khamenei<>Some of Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah’s responsibilities have been taken away by the organization’s backer Iran, the pan-Arabic daily Asharq Alawsat claimed Thursday. Reportedly, Nasrallah is no longer in control of the organization’s military wing, which is now headed by Nasrallah’s deputy Sheikh Na’im Kassem. The Iranian official Asharq Alawsat cites as the one who demoted Nasrallah is none other than Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei….<>Yes, that sure is a “victory”- an Arab “victory”. LOL!

  2. theinnercircle · · Reply

    Anonymous,I’ll stand by Hezbollah on this one, regardless if I totally agree with them. At least I know they’re Lebanese!As for the post… I would have been really shocked he stepped foot in Lebanon. It would prove sayyed Nasrallah to be correct when he says, America is the only power influencing the suroundings in order to keep the Seniora government in Lebanon – We wouldn’t want that to be true now would we? Mustaqbal?I’ve got a post from Bush in mind.

  3. Anonymous · · Reply

    For you to stand with Hizbullah, you’ll have to push lots of rubble out of the way.Fine with me.Don’t expect most of Lebanon to join you though. They prefer to live like human beings in peace in the 21st century.

  4. who’s working for peace exactly anonymous and what is the 21th century for you? so much ignorance, and so much work to be done… pathetic.oh and electricity problems have nothing to do with the war, but with years of corruption by those who think they are the cultural bearers of the 21st century.

  5. Anonymous · · Reply

    You barbarians are obviously not working for peace, and this is why you live in piles of rubble without running water and electricity.Yes- they do have to do with your failed war- and the unkept promises from Hizbullah about paying to rebuild after the failed war.

  6. Lebanese · · Reply

    Wouldn’t be surprised if Anonymous was an Israel and or rabid zionist. They do tend to be such sore losers.

  7. Lebanese · · Reply

    Lebanese aren’t the barbarians you anonymous moron, Israelis are the ones who launched well over a million bomblets in the last 72 hours of the war when a ceasfire had already been declared. Israel are the ones who are universally despised and condemned around the world and propped up only by the US neocons and with the unwitting largesse of the US taxpayer. I visited Hezbollah’s rebuilding programs, which is a damn sight more than could be said for you, you zionist-blinkered moron.

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