The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Pining for Equipment Damage

When I first saw a photo like this earlier today, I could've sworn that there was something wrong with the photographer's camera. Or, perhaps, that I was reliving some of the excitement out of The Grudge:

U.S. first lady Laura Bush listens to Dr. Huda Abdel Kareem, left, during a visit to Abdullatif Cancer Screening Center Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)


Oh, if only it could be something as simple as that:—For it to be such a simple explanation would certainly be far less depressing. When will our government officials stop feeling the need to reach out and be "inclusive" with everyone in the world, and start standing up for American things again? For all of the "inclusiveness" we've sewn in the world over the past 10 years, I have yet to see one single shred more "peace" shown towards Americans as a result. Well, other than from the French, that is.

(h/t LGF for the timely reminder)

 Tags: hasan jamali AP TROP


Comments:

#1 Clayton 24-Oct-2007
I was really hoping Laura would get suicide bombed or something, but that she would not leave the middle east in one peace. Not that I have anything against her or the bush administration, but think of the drama! Georgy would be preeetty pissed at the arab world if they killed his wife.
#2 Brian C. Ledbetter 24-Oct-2007
-crickets-

Dude, I wouldn't wish that on my [i]enemies[/i], much less the First Lady.

As a bit of friendly advice, you may want to tone it down a bit, 'fore you get a visit from the Secret Service...

Regards,
Brian
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