The Yellow Flamingos were happy flamingos. They liked to play Twister on odd numbered days, and have conversations about the sunset. They lived in big closets.
One day, one of the Yellow Flamingos decided to piss on a few of the Purple Butterflies tea cups. The piss of the Yellow Flamingo killed hundreds of Purple Butterflies. Flamingo piss was deadly to them. The tea cups shattered into little pieces, crushing the poor innocent Purple Butterflies to death.
The Purple Butterflies cried and cried. How could these Yellow Flamingos be so cruel? How could they piss on their beloved teacups, killing so many of their friends and families? It was time for revenge. They vowed that the Yellow Flamingos would suffer.
The Purple Butterflies failed to realize that it was only one of the Yellow Flamingos who had pissed on their tea cups and killed their friends and families. Instead, they took on a severe hatred for all Yellow Flamingos, declaring revenge and war against them.
Many of the Purple Butterflies even joined The Wing, which was an organization that prepared them for war.
The war began. Millions of Yellow Flamingos were killed by The Wing. Their closets were set on fire, burning them into horrible deaths. Millions more Purple Butterflies were killed too, in acts of angry retaliation.
Isn't this fucked up?
"[I]f the U.S. kills more innocent civilians, recruiting [new anti-American terrorists] will become that much easier, as it has become for our armed forces. The U.S. has, in one respect, already announced that intent, by demanding that Pakistan cut off supply lines for food and other necessities that are keeping alive Afghan civilians and refugees already victimized by the Taliban. If Pakistan complies, the death toll that could directly result is incalculable, and both the U.S. and Pakistan will pay."--"Fanning the Flames of Terrorism"
So much for Bush's claim to be distinguishing between terrorists and innocent Afghan civilians.