I wish to express how proud I am of the people who have given their lives, their loved ones, their time, and their support for the people of Iraq.
I am extremely proud of the Iraqis.
As the President has pointed out, if given the chance, people will vote for freedom.
The pictures of people with their inked fingertips laughing, cheering, and voting validates this conflict.
On a lighter note, several of my liberal pals made fun of me when I suggested that someday we would be meeting under the statue of George W. Bush in the Capital Mall. It would be dedicated by the people of Iraq.
Here is an excerpt from an article in today’s Washington Post:
"January 30, 2005 – BAGHDAD ? The man replacing the mayor of Baghdad ? who was assassinated for his pro-American loyalties ? says he is not worried about his ties to Washington.
In fact, he’d like to erect a monument to honor President Bush in the middle of the city.
“We will build a statue for Bush,” said Ali Fadel, the former provincial council chairman. “He is the symbol of freedom.”
Fadel’s predecessor, Ali al-Haidari, was gunned down Jan. 4 when militants opened fire on his armor-covered BMW as it traveled with a three-car"
“HE IS THE SYMBOL OF FREEDOM!!!”
Roll that up and smoke it!!!
In the future, I’ll see you tree-hugging, Kerry- apologizing, sandal wearing, ABB-hippies under that statue!!! See you in Washington!!!
Is it a date???