Monday, July 31, 2006


The tragic loss of civilian lives at Qana apparently has nothing to do with Hezbollah using human shields. It obviously has nothing to do with Hezbollah ignoring the Geneva Conventions or "international law" that leftist bedwetters expect the good guys to observe. (Sidebar: For those of you on the left, the "good guys" to whom I refer include the U.S., Israel, England, etc. You know, the non-Islamofascist contingency).

Nope...the Qana tragedy can only be the concluded thusly: it's George Bush's fault. I swear, I couldn't make this stuff up if I tried. From CNS News:
The Arab American Institute (AAI) is blaming President Bush as well as Israel for what it calls the Qana massacre. "Not only is the Israeli government at fault, but blame also must be laid at the foot of the Bush administration for its failure over the past two and half weeks to demand any serious restraint of Israel," said AAI President James Zogby.
James Zogby is the brother of pollster John Zogby, whose polls were once considered very reliable but have been widly inaccurate since the 2000 election. What a coinkidink...all of Zogby's polls were slanted to show favorable Democrat outcomes in various House, Senate, gubernatorial, and presidential races. Those wishful thinking results have been about as accurate as a Michael Moore documentary.

This AAI statement would have likely made its way onto one of my favorite parody sites that make fun of the "It's ALL Bush's fault" crowd out there...but Blame Bush is composed of satire, and AAI apparently isn't kidding.