Singing and Dancing in the Streets Greet Pelosi in Baghdad!
By: John Lillpop
Before the U.S. military invaded Iraq in 2003, confident members of the Bush administration predicted that American troops would be greeted by singing and dancing in the streets.
Vice President Dick Cheney was quoted as saying, “I really do believe we will be greeted as liberators.”
Ask any Democrat and you will be informed that the vice president was wildly off the mark, and that the Iraqi people actually viewed our brave troops as perfect examples of “The Ugly American.”
Liberals will tell you that no one celebrated the arrival of U.S. forces.
That is, until Speaker Pelosi arrived in Baghdad on Friday. When word of the Speaker’s arrival spread, Baghdad was inundated with revelers who delivered on the promise that there would be “dancing and singing in the streets.”
Unfortunately, the celebrants were all insurgents, or to be more accurate terrorists, including thugs from Al-Quaeda. That would be the same Al-Quaeda that Pelosi continues to insist has never been, and will never be, in
Others joining in the festive party making include Jihadists sent by Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, terrorists sent by Syria’s President Bashar al-Asad, and a special greeting envoy sent by Osama bin Laden.
Pelosi has not been touted by this many criminals and social untouchables since San Francisco natives went ballistic over her reelection last November.
Of course the Iranians, Syrians, Iraqi insurgents, and Osama’s hit men were deliriously happy to see Pelosi in town. They realize that the Speaker is on their side and will do anything, and everything, to prevent President Bush from winning the war.
In fact, the terrorists regard Pelosi so highly that they had planned to designate her as an honorary imam, the only woman so honored.
But when Pelosi attempted to pull the niqab veil over her head, she found that the garment was about five sizes too small.
Pelosi staffers deny that the Speaker’s head has grown that much since her coronation on January 5.