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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Monday, November 28, 2005

COMMENTARY:

Failed Policy in Iraq? Prove It!

There has been an overwhelming amount of unsubstantiated rhetoric coming from the left about the alleged “failed Bush policy” in Iraq. I say “alleged” because by all first-hand accounts, the “failed Bush policy” seems to be working…Read on....

1 Comments:

  • A good article H-H. I was watching one of the Sunday political shows this past weekend. I don’t remember which one but Cal Thomas was the conservative. I don’t know who the liberal was but he was screaming the same leftist line about how ‘everybody’ now recognizes that the Bush Iraq war is a failure. Apparently just prior to my tuning in, someone had made the point that the media do not do enough to report the good things that are happening in Iraq. He derisively mocked this notion, pointing to the loss of American lives as compared to what he considered the trivial good things the right was referring to such as ‘children going to school’. The comparison, according to him, was ridicules.

    Enlightening to hear the lefts true regard for education. Of course, he made no mention of free elections and the new Iraqi constitution, but if educating children is trivial then I suppose these things are as well. In fact, every mundane facet of normal self governed life toward which the Iraqi people struggle could similarly be considered trivial.

    What really struck me, however, was the glee and enthusiasm with which this idiot pronounced this sorry state of affairs. If one truly believed it was that bad then they would be solemnly morose about it, not gleefully enthusiastic. Of course, if one truly believed that they were making a political point that would wound the hated George Bushg and return the left to power, then such a demeaner would be understandable.

    By Anonymous Anotmo, at 8:27 AM  

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