drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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Why Does BaBa O'Reilly Like Military Dictatorships???

Hum... One really must ask that question, given:
On the November 28 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly said that the Bush administration should "consider allowing the Iraqi military to run the place, much like [President Pervez] Musharraf runs Pakistan." Musharraf, a general in the Pakistani army, took control of the country in a bloodless coup in 1999. After vowing to step down as his country's military leader in 2005, Musharraf reneged and now plans to stay until 2007.
[ cf After previously endorsing Saddam's tactics, O'Reilly advocated running Iraq "much like Musharraf runs Pakistan" ]
Is he starting something new???

Or is he looking to get back into the good graces of Great Leader!!!! So that all true patriotically corrector than thou americans will support Great Leader for Great Leader in 2008, as the only way to protect our military dictatorship in Iraq, as a part of staying the course, so that Iraq will not fall into the hands of Iraqi's!!!

All Hail Great Leader!!! For he has never wavered from the Greatness of His Military Leadership and the Importance of Great Leader Greatness!!!
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