BTRIPP (btripp) wrote,
BTRIPP
btripp

Woot! Private enterprise to re-build in Iraq!

Can we say a big "FUCK YOU" to the U.N. and all those mealy-mouth NGO's? I think so!

According to this article the Bush administration is preparing to cut out all "the usual suspects" from rebuilding post-war Iraq!

Sort of like the Little Red Hen ...

"Who will speak against Saddam?"
      "Not ME" said the French ...
      "Not ME" said the Krauts ...
      "Not us" said the U.N.

"Then I must," said the U.S.A.!

So America presented the case against Saddam, and it was clear he had to go.

"Saddam must be removed," said the U.S.A. "Who will stand beside us?"
      "Not ME" said the French ...
      "Not ME" said the Krauts ...
      "Not us" said the U.N.

"Then we will work with just the willing," said the U.S.A.!

So America took her sons and daughters and billions of dollars of its own wealth
and placed them in harms way.

When the time came to act, the U.S.A. asked "Who will strike down the Iraqui dictator?"
      "Not ME" said the French ...
      "Not ME" said the Krauts ...
      "Not us" said the U.N.

"Then I and my allies shall," said the U.S.A.!

So America and her allies stepped forward into the line of fire to free Iraq from Saddam.

After the war was over, the U.S.A. said, "Now we shall see who will help rebuild."
      "We will!" said the French, Krauts, and sleazy U.N.

"I am quite sure you would," said America,
"but you have excluded yourself at every step before, and you shall be excluded NOW."

Then America gathered her allies and they reaped the benefits of a free Iraq.

There was none left at all for the French, the Krauts, or the scum-sucking worms of the U.N.!

Gee ... I just love a happy ending!


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