Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Turning the Corner

You know how, every time something even remotely good happens in Iraq, the dipshits in suits who are in charge of this fucking bloody circus tell us that we've "turned a corner" over there?


Well, today, our Magic Bus to Apocalypse careened around another corner, and the US has deployed its reserve troops from Kuwait to Iraq. You know, because everything's going so swimmingly. Well, it would go swimmingly, if the reconstruction effort could ever get the goddamn water running in the cities.

Yes, friends, it seems that we've turned another corner in Iraq, but it was a wrong turn. We ended up in the bad part of town, I guess. Hell, we've turned so many corners there that we must have gone around the same block some 5,394 times by now.

Or, to quote David Rees, "Iraq has seen more corners than a two-hundred-year-old hooker made out of Rubik's Cubes."

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