Saturday, May 03, 2003
Demented and senile
I was just hanging out at the White House, and came across something quite funny:
I also want to say that one of the reasons for coming here is to be able to express my support for the President for his action in Afghanistan. The United States of America lost 5,000 people, innocent people, and it is quite correct for the President to ensure that the terrorists, those masterminds, as well as those who have executed the action and survived, are to be punished heavily.
That was November, 2001.
Fast forward to January, 2003:
..."one power with a president who has no foresight, who cannot think properly, is now wanting to plunge the world into a holocaust." [question to self: is he referring to Saddam or Dubya?]
How soon he forgets who his friends were while he was locked away in his native land, the beacon of democracy and security for its citizens. And how soon he forgets that it was the United States that flexed her economic might against apartheid, which we all thought was an unspeakable atrocity.
Does senility and dementia start to set in at 84?
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