Sunday, November 09, 2003

Imitation may be the most sincere form of flattery, but Bushco doesn't appreciate irony

Bushco not pleased with it's handpicked Iraqi governing council:

Occupation authority officials complain that council members are frequently absent from meetings or send delegates to sit in while leaders travel or stay at home. In Washington, U.S. officials voiced complaints last week that council members are overly concerned about their own political and economic interests at the expense of acting decisively.

Wonder where they have picked up these traits? Why should the Iraqi governing council be any different than any other part of the Bush administration? Isn't this whole thing about promoting the self-interest of Bush and his backers?

The Bush administration is considering replacing the U.S.-appointed body with a large, representative assembly specifically tasked to move the constitutional and elections process forward.

Wish it that easy to replace our SCOTUS-appointed government.

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