Friday, July 18, 2008

Bush's Freedom to Fly Threatened, Portends Future American Invasion

Six Israeli Arabs were arrested for allegedly plotting an attack on American President George W. Bush's helicopter during one of his recent visits to the region. Haaretz reported that Israeli police and Shin Bet Security Service prevented any attack by the al-Qaeda linked group. One terror suspect attended a university where the Bush helicopter would land. His dorm room had line of sight to the landing pad.

This portends badly for any new Palestinian state, given America's history of blood revenge for planned Presidential assassinations. The current George W. Bush invaded Iraq, in part for payback for Saddam Hussein's attempted offing of his father, ex-President George H.W. Bush. Years down the road, will President George P. or Jeb Bush invade any new Palestinian state? Stay tuned for ongoing reports on America's freedom to fly or to invade for revenge.