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Bush kena umban kasut(14 / 12 / 2008 )^_^

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Post by decks on Mon Dec 15, 2008 11:12 am

tinguk video ni.. ^_^



Berita Yahoo..
BAGHDAD – On a whirlwind trip shrouded in secrecy and marred by dissent, President George W. Bush
on Sunday hailed progress in the wars that define his presidency and
got a size-10 reminder of his unpopularity when a man hurled two shoes
at him during a news conference in Iraq.
"This
is your farewell kiss, you dog!" shouted the protester in Arabic, later
identified as Muntadar al-Zeidi, a correspondent for Al-Baghdadia
television, an Iraqi-owned station based in Cairo, Egypt. "This is from the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq."
Bush ducked both shoes as they whizzed past his head and landed with a thud against the wall behind him.
"It was a size 10," Bush joked later.
The U.S. president visited the Iraqi capital just 37 days before he hands the war off to his successor, Barack Obama,
who has pledged to end it. The president wanted to highlight a drop in
violence and to celebrate a recent U.S.-Iraq security agreement, which
calls for U.S. troops to withdraw from Iraq by the end of 2011.
"The war is not over," Bush said, but "it is decisively on it's way to being won."
Bush then flew to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan
for a rally with more than 1,000 U.S. and foreign troops. "Afghanistan
is a dramatically different country than it was eight years ago," he
said. "We are making hopeful gains."
In many ways, the unannounced trip was a victory lap without a clear victory.
In
Iraq, nearly 150,000 U.S. troops remain in Iraq, protecting the fragile
democracy. More than 4,209 members of the U.S. military have died and
$576 billion has been spent since the war began five years and nine
months ago.
In Afghanistan, there are
about 31,000 U.S. troops and commanders have called for up to 20,000
more. The fight is especially difficult in southern Afghanistan, a
stronghold of the Taliban where violence has risen sharply this year.
Polls
show most Americans believe the U.S. erred in invading Iraq in 2003.
Bush ordered the nation into war against Saddam Hussein's Iraq while
citing intelligence claiming the Mideast nation harbored weapons of mass destruction. The weapons were never found, the intelligence was discredited, and Bush's credibility with U.S. voters plummeted.
"There is still more work to be done," Bush said after his meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
It
was at that point the journalist stood up and threw a shoe from about
20 feet away. Bush ducked, and it narrowly missed his head. The second
shoe came quickly, and Bush ducked again while several Iraqis grabbed
the man and dragged him to the floor.
In
Iraqi culture, throwing shoes at someone is a sign of contempt. Iraqis
whacked a statue of Saddam with their shoes after U.S. marines toppled
it to the ground following the 2003 invasion.
White House press secretary Dana Perino
suffered an eye injury when she was hit in the face with a microphone
during the melee. Bush brushed off the incident. "So what if a guy
threw his shoe at me?" he said.
Al-Maliki, who spoke before the incident, praised postwar progress: "Today, Iraq is moving forward in every field."
After the news conference, the president took a 15-minute helicopter ride through dark skies over Baghdad to Camp Victory.
Telling hundreds of troops he was "heading into retirement," Bush
blamed Saddam for the 2003 invasion and said, "America is safer and
more secure" than it was before the war.
Air Force One, the president's jetliner, landed at Baghdad International Airport in the afternoon local time after a secretive Saturday night departure from Washington. In a sign of security gains in this war zone, Bush received a formal arrival ceremony — a flourish absent in his three earlier trips.
Bush soon began a rapid-fire series of meetings with top Iraqi leaders.
He met first with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and the country's two vice presidents, Tariq al-Hashemi and Adel Abdul-Mahdi, at the ornate, marble-floored Salam Palace along the shores of the Tigris River.
Later, Bush's motorcade pulled out the heavily fortified Green Zone
and crossed over the Tigris so he could meet al-Maliki at the prime
minister's palace. The two leaders signed a ceremonial copy of the
security agreement.
The Bush administration and even White House
critics credit last year's military buildup with the security gains in
Iraq. Last month, attacks fell to the lowest monthly level since the
war began in 2003.
Still, it's unclear what will happen when the U.S. troops
leave. While violence has slowed in Iraq, attacks continue, especially
in the north.
It was Bush's last trip to the war zone before Obama takes
office Jan. 20. Obama, a Democrat, has promised he will bring all U.S.
combat troops back home from Iraq a little over a year into his term,
as long as commanders agree a withdrawal would not endanger American
personnel or Iraq's security. Obama has said the drawdown in Iraq would
allow him to shift troops and bolster the U.S. presence in Afghanistan.
The new U.S.-Iraqi security pact calls for all American troops to be
withdrawn by the end of 2011, in two stages. The first stage begins
next year, when U.S. troops pull back from Baghdad and other Iraqi
cities by the end of June. Gen. Raymond Odierno, the top U.S. commander
in Iraq, said Saturday that even after that summer deadline, some U.S.
troops will remain in Iraqi cities.
Journalists and staff who made the 10 1/2-hour trip to Iraq
with the president agreed to tell almost no one about the plans, and
the White House released false schedules detailing activities planned
for Bush in Washington on Sunday.

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Re: Bush kena umban kasut(14 / 12 / 2008 )^_^

Post by Fox on Mon Dec 15, 2008 12:29 pm

hahahahaha, makan kau kasut itu journalist Razz

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Re: Bush kena umban kasut(14 / 12 / 2008 )^_^

Post by decks on Mon Dec 15, 2008 1:44 pm

tp sampin bah bush nda kna... lol!

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