By the way Mr. McCain...you are now trying to REPACKAGE your 100 year statement, have it percieved differently. FINE, then answer America this single question. How long are you prepared to leave our troops in the desert sands and drain down our national treasures in the name of fucking Iraqi Oil? Don't talk in vague bullshit, give it to us straight you fat rat bastard...2 years, 5 years, 10 years? Spell it out you war whoring piece of Republican dung beetle shit.
As to re-introducing yourself, and telling us about your FAMILY VALUES...the values that saw you basically leaving the service because you had reached a dead end in your career because you could not keep your mouth off a bottle, and your dick in your pants. You embrace family values that saw you cheating on your first wife and the family you had at home? You embrace family values that saw you dump your first wife who stood by you while you were a prisoner of war so you could bang a new young hot piece of ass...THOSE FAMILY VALUES Mr. McCain? Do you embrace the family values that see you use your wife's family money and your power as a Senator to get her criminal charges for stealing and transporting drugs dismissed? Those family values Mr. McCain? Unlike Foley, your screwing around like a two dollar whore was/is OK because you were having heterosexual affairs?
As long as we are having a heart to heart here Mr. McCain, lets ask about your health. We do not need a doddering old fool in the White House...we already know you are a fool, the question is are you doddering as well. Show us your FULL MEDICAL REPORTS, let us see and examine for ourselves just how serious your cancer was. Bring it on Grandpa! Let's see that Straight Talk Express in Action.
Iraqi casualties at highest level since August
By Randy Fabi
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Fighting between security forces and Shi'ite militiamen last month has driven civilian deaths in Iraq to their highest level in more than six months, government figures showed on Tuesday.
Britain responded to renewed violence in the southern city of Basra by delaying plans to bring home 1,500 of its 4,000 troops in Iraq.
A total of 923 civilians were killed in March, up 31 percent from February and the deadliest month since August 2007, according to data compiled by Iraq's interior, defense and health ministries and obtained by Reuters.
The figures are a blow to the Iraqi government and the United States, which have pointed to reduced overall levels of violence in recent months as evidence that a major security offensive has made significant progress.