posted on Apr, 25 2003 @ 10:25 AM
BOTTLE OF FRUSTRATION
In the NBC interview, Bush:
Said that looting and vandalism, particularly in hospitals and museums was “the absolute worst part” of an otherwise successful military campaign.
“It’s like uncorking a bottle of frustration,” Bush said.
Confided that he was “hesitant at first” to order the first-night bombing. “I was worried that ... the first images of the American attack would be
death to young children.”
Poked fun at the Iraqi information minister, who gave outlandish briefings denying U.S. forces were in Baghdad when they were just blocks away. “It
was one of the classics. It was just unbelievable what he was saying.”
Said he hoped to invite Palestinian Prime Minister-designate Mahmoud Abbas to the White House “one of these days. ... I look forward to working with
him.” Bush indicated longtime Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat would not be invited.
Accused North Korea of returning “to the old blackmail game” in saying on Thursday that it had nuclear weapons — and might test, export or use
Click Here for the full NBC interview with Bush
I figured I better post this before somone else did, and started ranting.
Bush is making a bit too many accusations here, but that might just be MSNBC's way of putting things.
What do you think?
[Edited on 25-4-2003 by joehayner]