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Monday, June 04, 2007

Republican official: America needs more 9/11 attacks so that Bush will be appreciated

Dennis Milligan, the head of the Republican Party in Arkansas, says that America needs to be attacked more times like it was on 9/11 so that people will appreciate President George W. Bush.

From the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:

He said he's "150 percent" behind Bush on the war in Iraq.

"At the end of the day, I believe fully the president is doing the right thing, and I think all we need is some attacks on American soil like we had on [Sept. 11, 2001 ], and the naysayers will come around very quickly to appreciate not only the commitment for President Bush, but the sacrifice that has been made by men and women to protect this country," Milligan said.

I hate to speculate, but it wouldn't surprise me if a lot of these people actively pray to God every day for another attack to happen, so that it will somehow "justify" Bush and their support of him. That's certainly the vibe that Milligan is showing us here.

But wait, there's more...

He declined to take a stance on President Bush's latest immigration bill.

"That is between the president and Congress, and I am just going to let them hash it out and work it out," Milligan said. "I just think that is something for probably smarter people than me to figure out. It is a tough situation either way, but something definitely needs to be done."

"I can't figure it out for myself, I need the President and Congress to think for me!" Milligan is practically telling us.

And this guy is the boss of a major political party for an entire state. And he can't comprehend that Bush and Congress are betraying the American people and selling them out with amnesty for illegals.

Where the Hell do fools like this come from, and who let them have way too much power for anyone's good?


Abas KS said...

Why does it have to be Bush again to win the next Presidential election?

I reckon any other new U.S. president can do a better job than Bush.

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Anonymous said...

Aside from it being impossible to be "150 percent" behind something, the other obvious statement here is that there probably is someone smarter than Milligan, and Republicans in Arkansas would do well to find that individual. But hey, maybe his loyalty will pay off - I hear there are some U.S. Attorneys appointments to make.