Thursday, February 10, 2005

Don't Forget About Poland

The President sure hasn't. And if you wonder why Poland is one of the few remaining members of the bogus Coalition of the Willing, wonder no longer.
President Bush told President Aleksander Kwasniewski of Poland on Wednesday that he would ask Congress for $100 million to modernize the Polish military, part of a program of support for a new NATO ally that has more than 2,000 soldiers in Iraq.
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According to ABC News, President Bush is asking Congress to set up a $400 million fund to reward nations that have taken political and economic risks to join U.S.-led coalitions in Iraq and Afghanistan. The White House announced the fund, dubbed the "solidarity initiative," after Bush's meeting Wednesday with Aleksander Kwasniewski, the president of Poland, a nation that is to receive one-fourth of the money. The $400 million request is part of the $80 billion supplemental war funding request Bush will send to Congress next week.
Where I come from this is called paying people to be your friend.

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Yeah, and you have to careful with those kind of *friends*. They disappear as fast as drinking buddies when you stop drinking.

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