November 25, 2006

Bush to Iraqi militants: “You can stop trying to influence the US elections now”

Posted in Bush II, Iraq, political satire, White House at 9:34 pm by thewashingtonbeltsider

by Paula Berrer

As the violence increases, and the prediction that the escalation was only a means to influence US mid-term elections proves to be less than prescient, President Bush continues to insist that the violence is only a means of sending a message to the United States. He has decided to speak out, and is making entreaties to the insurgents, saying “The violence can stop, and you can stop trying to influence the US elections now.”

In an interview with CBS News to be aired Sunday, the President also expressed frustration that the insurgents failed to de-escalate following the Iraq elections, which he had reassured Americans was violence designed only to break the spirit of those desiring democracy in the Middle East. “It is their desire to foil our expectations at every turn, to make us look the fools, and they better understand: I’m getting a little tired of it.”

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