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WASHINGTON (CAP) - Amid ever-increasing criticism over his handling of Iraq and incorrect information about Iran's nuclear capabilities comes word that President Bush is refocusing the nation's efforts in the war on terror. In a televised speech this evening, the president is set to launch a new initiative in the war on somebody bad.
"There are bad nations in the world, with bad peoples," Bush told reporters as he was picking up some dog business on the West Lawn. "We will root out those peoples and bring them to justice, even if it means invading every nation in the Middle East.
"I owe it to the American people to win a war, any war, on somebody bad," Bush added.
Asked if the United States could realistically win the war on somebody bad, White House Press Secretary Dana Perino said that with the President's new "Root, Bomb, Repeat" military directive, victory in the war on somebody bad is imminent.
"The President feels if he could just notch a victory against somebody bad, it would really lift his spirits and set the tone against other people who are bad," Perino said. "He really just needs to get out of this rut."
To that end, Bush also plans to announce a partnership with the social networking site MySpace, whereby the site's user base will have the opportunity to weigh in on which nation the Bush administration should focus on first. White House sources tell CAP News he'll coin a new phrase called social foreign policy during his speech.
"Sure, YouTube's got video debates of the candidates, and Facebook's got them creating profiles for their supporters," said MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe, "but the fate of a nation now rests in the hands of the MySpace community.
"I think we've entered a new era in Web 2.0, and not only is MySpace up to the challenge," said DeWolfe, "but we're leading the way." DeWolfe wouldn't divulge any additional information, but did suggest that anyone living in Afghanistan might want to find someplace else to live.
While most of the Republican presidential candidates have come out in favor of Bush's proposed war on somebody bad, many of the Democratic presidential hopefuls are calling it a veiled attempt to take the focus away from the burning issue of global warming.
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