Companeeeee! Sit on your hands! Sir. Yes Sir.
The Commander in Chief gives a speech that goes over like a belch at a funeral and the guys that he is sending off to die for Halliburton and his phony legacy fail to show their appreciation.
So has does General Jack D.Assrocket of the 101st Fighting Keyboarders see it?:
Clear, confident, substantive. There was nothing in it that we and our readers didn’t already know, but the message is one that many rarely hear. And the networks all carried it after all. That’s good; President Bush nearly always does well when people see him, instead of seeing Democrats talking about him, as they will on the evening news.
The only thing I thought was odd was the unnatural quiet in the hall. It was like the audience at a Presidential debate, which has been cautioned not to express approval or disapproval. Only at the end, apparently, were the soldiers permitted to applaud.
Looks like the Rocketman is still in the denial stage.
This isn’t going to be pretty.