WASHINGTON (FMLiveWire) - President George Bush and presidential candidate John McCain have conceded defeat in the US war for Iraqi oil, the pair indicated at a White House press conference on Thursday.
"We just lost to Sadr and his Mahdi army in the war for Basra oil," stated Bush as McCain and VP Dick Cheney sobbed uncontrollably.
"Iran played a decisive role in hammering out the peace deal among the Shi'ite factions in Iraq to end the war," admitted a humiliated Bush.
"That idiot Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, should never have taken our advice and attacked Sadr," added McCain.
Bush called the defeat of US and Iraqi army forces a "historic and decisive" defeat on the order of the Vietnam War which the USA also lost.
"The US game plan was to establish control of Basra, which is the principal artery for American Big Oil companies to grab Iraqi oil," said Bush. "But the Sadrists successfully opposed our plans to take control of the Iraqi oil industry."
McCain gloated at the thousands of new civilian and militia deaths from American and British air strikes against the Sadrists.
Iraqi troops refused to obey their orders from the American puppets to fight the Sadrist militia, just as South Vietnamese puppets also gave up.
Cheney bleated that "Iran has frustrated the joint US-British objective of gaining control of Basra and of establishing control over the fabulous oil fields of southern Iraq."
The Sadrists are now expected to take control of the local administration in elections in October as they ride a huge wave of popular support.
They have caught the imagination of the masses who are poor, oppressed and dispossessed majority Shi'ites who have been stomped by the Iraqi government and US forces.
Cheney then shrieked that "US oil interests have been hit so now we must get the hell out of Iraq before it collapses onto our ears just like Vietnam did."
Bush then signed the order for total and immediate withdrawal of US soldiers from Iraq.
--Copyright Felix Minderbinder Live Wire