Friday, September 12, 2008

Dear Sarah,

The BUSH DOCTRINE is a term used to describe the policy of pre-emption attributed to United States President George W. BushSpecifically, the Bush Doctrine focuses on the controversial policy of preventive war, which holds that the United States government should depose foreign regimes that represent a threat to the security of the United States, even if such threats are not immediate and no attack is imminent. The Bush Doctrine was used to justify the Invasion of Iraq in March, 2003.

Put Simply (simply-er?) - Shoot first and justify it later. You know, like that boy did to your daughter! Get it now? Let me know by lookin' CRAZY...

Good Girl! Now go get a juice-box.


Anonymous said...


You are hilarious.


Anonymous said...

I would have to concur, Timothy, you are hilarious. And I like the shoot first and justify it later...I am always interested in your spin on world events.