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2003 thru 2004 was a Conservatard-Palooza in Iraq.

September 18, 2006

Mr. Conservatard wishes that he was in on the Bushtard fast track back in 2003. His pockets would have been lined with phat cash and he would be living on easy street now.We'll having a Consservatard-Palooza in Iraq!

In an article in the Washington Post writer Rajiv Chandrasekaran states in his article called Ties to GOP Trumped Know-How Among Staff Sent to Rebuild Iraq: Early U.S. Missteps in the Green Zone covers how the Conservatard party was run in Iraq.

The decision to send the loyal and the willing instead of the best and the brightest is now regarded by many people involved in the 3 1/2 -year effort to stabilize and rebuild Iraq as one of the Bush administration’s gravest errors. Many of those selected because of their political fidelity spent their time trying to impose a conservative agenda on the postwar occupation, which sidetracked more important reconstruction efforts and squandered goodwill among the Iraqi people, according to many people who participated in the reconstruction effort.

The CPA had the power to enact laws, print currency, collect taxes, deploy police and spend Iraq’s oil revenue. It had more than 1,500 employees in Baghdad at its height, working under America’s viceroy in Iraq, L. Paul Bremer, but never released a public roster of its entire staff.

Interviews with scores of former CPA personnel over the past two years depict an organization that was dominated — and ultimately hobbled — by administration ideologues.

Rajiv Chandrasekaran


So lets see if Mr. Conservatard can get this straight. It was not what you knew but who you knew that determined if you were going to help rebuild the nation that we just “liberated” at gunpoint. The Bushtard government put its best foot forward towards helping the newly shattered Iraqi people recover from their oppression under the Hussein regime. Bush Co. sent its most loyal slaves to guide the Iraqi people towards a new democratic nation. It’s a wonder t hat the Coalition Provisional Authority was able to only misplace 8.8 billion dollars of American Tax payer money.

Perhaps all of the violence in Iraq is akin to an Iraqi national thank you note to the Bushtards. Something on the order of “Thanks, but no thanks you friggin’ Bushtards. With friends like you, who need enemies?”

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