Monday, May 29, 2006

Bush pays lip service to war dead, film at 11


ARLINGTON, VA. (AP)--President Bush, whose fearless part-time service in the cockpit of an obsolete fighter jet helped keep Texas secure from the Viet Cong, delivering a Memorial Day message surrounded by the graves of thousands of military dead, said Monday that the United States must continue fighting the endless and unwinnable war on terror in the name of those who have already given their life in the cause, or something.

The president spoke after laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns.

"The best way to pay respect is to value why a sacrifice was made," Bush said, quoting from a letter that Lt. Mark Dooley wrote to his parents before being uselessly killed last September in a random desert shithole.

Noting that some 270 fighting men and women of the nearly 2,500 who have fallen since the unrelated terror attacks of September 11, 2001, are buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Bush said, "We have seen the costs in the war on terror that we fight today."

"I am in awe of the men and women who sacrifice for the freedom of the United States of America," declared the president, who is also in awe of soulless corporate pirates like his dad, willing to trash the entire world in pursuit of extending their genetic material and untaxed wealth into the bloody intercontinental marketplace of the future. He nevertheless drew a long standing ovation from the hapless troops, families of the slaughtered and other dupes gathered at the cemetery's 5,000-seat white marble amphitheater.

"Here in the presence of veterans they fought with and loved ones whose pictures they carried, the fallen give silent witness to the price of liberty and our nation honors them this day and every day," he said. "Now watch this drive."

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