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Sunday, September 30, 2007

Entertainment: Leave Britney Spears Alone!

Actually, no, it's Jenna Bush, bringing on the crocodile tears in an interview with the Times of the UK, in which she snivels that we should leave Li'l Boots alone:
ONE of the twin daughters of President George W Bush has spoken of the heartbreak she feels about the Iraq war and the criticism of her father. “He is a totally different person to me than what they portray him as,” said Jenna Bush. “I mean, he’s my dad.”
It appears incomprehensibility runs or, more likely, staggers in the family. In other words, to quote the Naked Would-be Emperor himself, she came by it honestly. Take that, you malignant maligners who have hinted for years that Laura is nothing more than Stupie McPoopie's "beard," and her darling girls the result of artificial insemination with Ronald Reagan's sperm! Obvy, she was artificially inseminated with Li'l Boots' sperm.

Further evidence, if needed, of brain deficits in comprehensibility and articulateness regions of brain:
“Nobody wants war. I definitely, and my father doesn’t want war. But it’s a horribly complicated situation.” She added: “I can say it’s devastating . . . I think everybody can agree on that . . . Obviously, all of this breaks my heart.”
I wonder if I should send this to Holden, or if he's already eviscerated the blonde buffoon?

Jenna, it would be real nice if you could break your heart over the number of people your father is directly responsible for killing and injuring. At last count, that was approximately 1 million Iraqis, and 4,000 (might be more, if they counted the contractors) Americans dead, 4 million Iraqi refugees, and some 40,000 "coalition" and contractor personnel injured. Oddly enough, no one seems to have counted the number of Iraqi wounded. They're expendable, I guess. Arabic News reported that the U.S. military had reported a total of 26,000 "killed or injured" by Iraqi insurgents/aQI as of October 2005. But, as the writer of the article wryly points out, the military report neglects to mention how many Iraqis have been killed by the U.S. military. Figures from Wikipedia, please take with the proverbial grain of salt.

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