Monday, September 10, 2007


Behavioral problems from Bush's poodle on July 14, according to the Voice of America:

Iraq's Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says Iraqi forces are ready to provide full security in the nation whenever U.S. troops leave.

Mr. Maliki told reporters Saturday that Iraqi troops can assume complete responsibility for security at any time....

But don't worry -- today Maliki is following orders and syncing up perfectly with the Bush-Petraeus report:

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told lawmakers Monday that Iraqi forces were not ready to take over security from the U.S. military across the country.

"There have been tangible improvements in security in the recent period in Baghdad and the provinces but it is not enough," he told parliament.

"Despite the security improvement, we still need more efforts and time in order for our armed forces to be able to take over security in all Iraqi provinces from the multinational forces that helped us in a great way in fighting terrorism and outlaws." ...

Good dog. Have a treat.

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