Saturday, November 18, 2006


"Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of liberty". - John F Kennedy

A nation that's defended Europe from aggression in the 60 years since World War II is asking why Iraq can't defend itself. The fact is, Iraqis risk their lives for their country every day.
Clearly the days when Democrats warned of a long twilight struggle and pledged to pay any price and bear any burden to ensure the success and survival of liberty are over, judging from remarks by Carl Levin, incoming chairman of the Senate Armed Service Committee.

"We cannot save the Iraqis from themselves. The only way for Iraqi leaders to squarely face that reality is for President Bush to tell them that the United States will begin a phased redeployment of our forces within four to six months."

Sorry. You Arabs are incapable of democracy. We fucked up. You need a strongman to run your government. Hey. Rather than execute Saddam, how about we put him back in charge. Hillary Clinton and Michael Moore have gone on record as saying things were better in Iraq under Saddam. It would make the French happy.

Sorry. Too busy. It gets in our way of creating a socialist utopia. We've got to get that universal health care program passed. We've got to raise the minimum wage. You know.


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