posted on Apr, 12 2003 @ 10:31 PM
The Spoils of War
The No Spin Zone by BIll O'Reilly
Apr 12, 2003
It should come as no surprise that the fall of Saddam Hussein is causing an avalanche of repercussions all around the world. While no one can predict
the future, the immediate past is fairly easy to catalog, and Saddam has taken a lot of people down with him. The following folks are, at this very
moment, feeling Saddam's pain.
Vladimir Putin: Once a guy who roamed the range with President Bush, Mr. Putin should not be planning any visits to Texas soon. His government likely
supplied the Iraqis with weapons outlawed by the United Nations, and many Texans might find that extremely offensive. You can be sure the powers that
be in Washington have. Can it get any colder in Moscow? You bet.
Vicente Fox: Another former pal of George W.'s, the Mexican presidente now finds himself so far outside the American power "loop" he might as well
be the king of Tonga. Fox's decision not to support his close friend Mr. Bush in the United Nations Security Council must be considered muy malo.
Jacque Chirac: replaces Michael Jackson as the most detested man in America. Maybe he should visit one of Jackson's plastic surgeons as he faces
persona non grata status in the USA.
The Hollywood Left: Martin Sheen, George Clooney, Susan Sarandon, et al. all failed auditions as serious thinkers. Only the French are still
The Pope: Apparently, John Paul II is on a personal crusade to destroy the Roman Catholic Church in America. He's still allowing cardinals like Roger
Mahoney in Los Angeles to stonewall priest sex abuse allegations. Then the Pontiff has the chutzpah to call the Iraq war "immoral." A miracle is
John Kerry: A genuine American war hero, the senator redefines the word "inappropriate" by calling for a "regime change" in the USA in the middle
of a shooting war. Even Democrats shuddered.