President Barack Obama dropped in on that meeting and stayed for 50 minutes, according to an official who was there, and personally delivered the tough love message that other top administration officials have been communicating since the Pakistani delegation arrived. Obama also expressed support for Pakistan’s democracy and announced he would invite Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari to the White House in the near future.
Earlier Wednesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dropped in unannounced on another meeting between Special Representative Richard Holbrooke and Kayani. She delivered the message that Washington’s patience is wearing thin with Pakistan’s ongoing reluctance to take a more aggressive stance against militant groups operating from Pakistan over the Afghan border. A similar message was delivered to Kayani in another high-level side meeting Wednesday morning at the Pentagon, hosted by Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Joint Chiefs Chairman Adm. Michael Mullen, two senior government sources said.
So Kiyani is getting it up the @ss and every other body cavity and taking it with a smile (yeah, even Hillary’s strap-on).
(Should we call this ‘bukkake’ or gang-rape. May be the latter is not appropriate as Kiyani is a willing participant and flew all the way over there knowing what was coming. Of course the local press will echo ISPR lines claiming it a great victory for our great leader of the mercenary forces.)
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