Sunday, June 29, 2008

Don't Backchat Me, Buddy. I Know Boats

WASHINGTON — Soon after American forces toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003,Gen. Tommy R. Franks surprised senior Army officers by revamping the Baghdad-based military command.

The decision reflected the assumption by General Franks, the top American commander for the Iraq invasion, that the major fighting was over. But according to an Army history that is to be made public on Monday, the move put the military effort in the hands of a short-staffed headquarters led by a newly promoted three-star general, and was made over the objections of the Army’s vice chief of staff.

Look at these clowns. Yeah, way to completely balls it up, Franks, you fool. Know it all management fucktards surveying the results of their decisions and responsibilities like they paid for it themselves. Tools.


“As a country that participated in many wars since 1980, we have many disabled people,” said Ahmed Abid Hassan, a wheelchair fencing coach. “Our Paralympic team is better than our Olympic team.”