Wednesday, December 13, 2006

I'm the Indecider

"President" George W. Bush is delaying his speech detailing his new strategy for Iraq until early 2007. There could be any number of reasons for this.

One: He still doesn't have a strategy to announce. He hasn't had one for almost four years, so why should he have one now?

Two: He can't announce that the troops will be home by Christmas until after this Christmas.

Three: A speech now would cut into his vacation, so he has to run back to West Texas. There's brush to be cut.

Four: The electronic box under his suit that feeds him speeches is on the fritz.

Five: Dick Cheney hasn't made up his mind yet. He's a quandary, because someone finally gave him what-for on the subject of Iraq, and someone with more pull in the oil biz -- King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.

Six: The family intervention by the Iraq Study Group didn't take and Bush is laid up with a bad case of Jack Daniels.

Seven: All of the above. Whatever the reasons, the decider is the avoider and Congress should be the impeachers.

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