President Bush proposes that the number of troops increase in Iraq by 20,000. And you know what? I perfectly agree. It seems like a great idea. More troops means more securities, and more bodies to find those filthy Islamic Terrorists that threaten our country with their violent religion that is intolerant of infedels. More bodies to help protect the righteous Iraqi citizens who are trying to establish a democracy- the only type of government proven to work- after all, the United States has one, and who dares oppose the United States? No one, that's who.
But why stop there? Why not just occupy Iraq? WE can make it work better as a democracy and elect a good, well-raised Christian with good Christian values. And after all, who better to help run a democracy than the longest running democracy in the world today? Great Britain does not count, they have a king. We have a president who held a rubber stamp. Notice the subtle difference. But we can do it EVEN better in Iraq. We can make sure that the president elect and the congress which we implement, as well as the districts we draw up arbitrarily completely ignoring ethinc and religious divides works so that the majority goes to the good, well-raised Christians who we know to be morally superior to any of those filthy Muslims who are only out to destroy the United States.
We could go even further than that. Why not just make Iraq the fifty first state? They have oil. We can increase our domestic oil, which means for you, the consumer, lower oil prices. While this would hurt other economic aspects, LOWER GAS PRICES, and cause there to be a standing army in the chaotic middle east, LOWER GAS PRICES, which will probably cause need for a draft, LOWER GAS PRICES, a decrease in social security, LOWER GAS PRICES, less health benefits, LOWER GAS PRICES, and an environment which will eventually be destroyed due to a destruction of the carbon cycle LOWER GAS PRICES. AND, we can search for Weapons of Mass Destruction while we are there as well. After all, that is why we went into Iraq in the first place- they do have weapons of mass destruction somewhere, you know. Saddam getting hanged was a mere consequence. But it was justified- he was a terrorist and a horrible dictator who suppressed his people and threatened the freedom of America- the freedom to security, that is. The right to freedom in your own home is nonexistent and whoever informed of such a freedom is a terrorist who hates America.
This will, in turn, allow us to establish a sphere of influence in the chaotic Middle East, which is full of Islamic terrorists who oppose the United States. It's in the Qu'ran. Read it. What will this allow us to do? Make the world a safer place from terrorists. Because terrorists will one day die out and will not always hold a deeper resolve- it's well known they are superficial and will back off like a bully if you stand up to them. And then, we can repeat this process for other countires, wasting billions of your tax dollars, so that YOU can get LOWER GAS PRICES. LOWER GAS PRICES mean more money in your pocket now. Granted you won't have much for a retirement LOWER GAS PRICES NOW! After all, Imperialism needs to make a return to the 21st century. We all want to be good imperialists, don't we? Those against imperialism are working for the terrorists. And are un-american. But, we can get their opinion- with a proposal I like to call the 100 flowers campaign. Then we can use their input, and teach everyone in school how to be a good imperialist, and create a blue guard across the country, to ensure that there are no un-american terrorists who oppose imperialism. The Imperialist party will unite the United States, and allow people to move up in ranks, which can be inherited, only if the person attained a certain rank. This will, ofcourse, guarantee loyalty to the government, and allow incentive for people to work, after their mandatory military service LOWER GAS PRICES.
Thus, we should definitely increase troop levels in Iraq as a segway to LOWER GAS PRICES. Because that's what matters to you, the citizen of the United States.