Sunday, December 03, 2006

It's Getting To The Point Of Being Beyond Scary ... The Results - The Garlic's Weekly Poll

Earlier this week, New York Times War Cheerleader Columnist Thomas Friedman had a piece suggesting “We need to face our real choices in Iraq: Either we get out in a phased withdrawal or we start over, reinvade and rebuild from the ground up” (sorry for no tag as we haven’t paid to breech the wall over there at Times Select). Nearly two weeks ago, The Garlic offered “Baker-Hamilton To Say “Start Over”; Reinstall Saddam And Retake Country, This Time With Plans”

This weeks’ Garlic Poll offered choices on how our Court-Appointed President was going to deny that the Iraq War (okay, really the Iraq Invasion and Occupation) has now lasted longer then World War II. Today, New York Times Columnist, the on-the-money Frank Rich asks “Has He Started Talking to the Walls?” (This is primo Rich and a must-read!)

It’s really getting beyond the point of being scary, especially, with just this past week, CAP Bush went out and heatedly blamed Al Qaeda for the over-the-top violence and Michael Browned Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with “He’s the right guy for Iraq

Perhaps the majority leaders of the upcoming 110th Congress needs to engage in some flip-flopping, from what they said during the Midterm campaign, and, before the session starts, head on out to Crate & Barrel or Ikea and see about picking up a very large table.

The Results - The Garlic's Weekly Poll November 26 - December 2, 2006

With the War in Iraq now longer than World War II, President Bush will likely...

1. Claim it’s not longer by using Karl Rove’s ‘The Math” Tally 34%

2. Blame the Democrats for counting the calendar, keeping track of it, saying it proves they support the terrorists Tally 32%

3. Prepare a Signing Statement that will say, officially, World War II was longer Tally 25%

4. Consider legislation to ban such references, putting it under the law of the Patriot Act Tally 9%

This week’s Poll - After President Bush receives the Iraq Study Group Report this week, he’ll...

Scroll up to the top right corner to place your vote

Has He Started Talking to the Walls?

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