Skip to comments.Bush Arrives to Angry Crowds in Indonesia (Caption the Moonbat Muslims)
Posted on 11/20/2006 8:37:07 AM PST by SkyPilot
BOGOR, Indonesia (Nov. 20) -- President Bush shrugged off protests that greeted him on Monday in the world's most populous Muslim nation, calling it a sign of a healthy democracy.
I wonder who "Jon" is? He doesn't look happy - he looks like someone stepped on his toe.
"It's not the first time, by the way, where people have showed up and expressed their opinion about my policies," the president said. "But that's what happens when you make hard decisions."
Appearing with Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, whose countrymen turned out by the thousands to show their displeasure with Bush's staunch support of Israel and the Iraq war, Bush added: "People protest - that's a good sign."
Check out all the Muslim women who can't even be seen in public without a man - "freely protesting." Ha!
Pressed by reporters, Bush said he hasn't decided whether to send more troops to Iraq or begin bringing them home, saying he is awaiting the military's recommendations.
Jennifer didn't want to comment on these pictures.
"Yoooowwwieeee! McNabb is out for the season!!!!"
Lotta English-speakers there, evidently.
Jennifer Loven is a DNC hack. She is worse than evil.
Check this out:
Indonesians Hold Rare Rally in Support of U.S. President's Visit
Protesting in front of the Jakarta embassy is as Indonesian as nasi goreng and sambal bajak.
AKA, Mom and apple pie.
Indeed, most Indonesians I've met and worked with are very friendly and pro-West.
The posters being used there look like the same ones I saw at a protest in Washington DC by the libs.
A real, grassroots rally would involve hand-lettered signs. When you see a bunch of women, obviously transported to the rally with their men's approval, with signs produced by a high-quality professional printer, you know that most likely MoveOn or some similar organization paid the tab.
Muslim rallies, Communist rallies, worker rallies--much the same thing. They are the work of manipulation and organization, not spontaneous protest.
Moreover, what are the odds that they got in touch with Jennifer Loven and her tame photographer beforehand, to be sure they were in the right spot to photograph it.
If you go over to Getty Images, search on "jakarta bush protests", you'll see many photos indicating that the "crowd of 10,000" is far, far less.
In fact the captions say *500* people. And if you look carefully you'll see that some "crowd of 10,000" shots are in fact 3 people deep and 100 people wide, or some other configuration of far less than "10,000" people.
The religion of pieces...I mean peace strikes again.
"Oz-zy! Oz-zy! Oz-zy! Oz-zy!"
nasi goreng and sambal bajak - hey, man, I think I played with those dudes! (goreng on bass and bajak on drums, right? - that's how bajak got the nickname "sambal" - 'cause he's a drummer...)
/s thanx for the tweek!
God Bless the Global anti-Communist, pro-Freedom and anti-Radical Movement!
Isn't this the same people we rushed in to help after the Tsunami?