What a scandal. I mean, a ruthless petro-dictator would never, ever endorse George. W. Bush.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says terrorist attacks in Iraq are aimed at preventing the re-election of U.S. President George W. Bush and that a Bush defeat "could lead to the spread of terrorism to other parts of the world."
Nor would the government of a nation that is hostile to the United States.
Iran has thrown its weight behind the Bush campaign, saying it is unimpressed with John Kerry.
"We haven't seen anything good from the Democrats," said Hasan Rowhani, head of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, on state television.
Why can't we go back to the Bush years, when America's enemies hated and feared our president?
In its statement, Abu Hafs al-Masri [the terrorist group responsible for the Madrid bombing] said it was calling a truce in Spain to give the socialist government that was elected Sunday, three days after the train attacks, time to carry out its pledge to withdraw troops from Iraq.
The group appeared to boast it had the power to change governments.
"We change and destroy countries," the statement said. "We even influence the international economy, and this is God's blessing to us."
The statement tells American voters that Abu Hafs al-Masri supports the re-election campaign of President Bush: "We are very keen that Bush does not lose the upcoming elections."
Next, Hannity will accuse Obama of being too cozy with Big Oil and for spending too much time clearing brush on his ranch.