Bush's Sixth PolypJuly 24, 2007 (EIRNS)This release was issued today by the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee (LPAC).
In a speech delivered at the Charleston, S.C. Air Force Base today, President George W. Bush argued that the U.S. military must stay the course in Iraq in order to defeat al-Qaeda in that country. Commenting on Bush's speech, Lyndon LaRouche said that the doctors who recently performed a colonoscopy on the President had clearly not discovered all of his polyps. But today in Charleston, the President's sixth polyp was successfully removednot from his colon, but from his mouth. Moreover, whereas the other five may have been benign, the one that Bush spewed forth in his speech today was malignant. In this speech, Bush once again exposed his Cheneyac policy as the enema of the people.