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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

Thursday, September 14, 2006

WE JUST NEED TO LEARN 'HOW TO BEHAVE'

“There have been a lot of memorable days in our country’s history, but some of them we’d rather forget. September 11th, 2001 is one of those. It isn’t a day to celebrate, but it’s a day we shouldn’t forget, either...Death by design. Some people who hated Americans set out to kill a lot of us and they succeeded. Americans are puzzled over why so many people in the world hate us...We know that and we’re trying to protect ourselves with more weapons. We have to do it, I guess, but might be better if we figured out how to behave as a nation in a way that wouldn’t make so many people in the world want to kill us.

—CBS' Andy Rooney

The fundamental philosophy of the American left: 'It's our fault. We just need to get our enemies to like us ... and then all will be well.'

This is appeasement my friends. Appeasement, pure and simple.

1 Comments:

  • Perhaps whoever on the Left is next to make this point would be kind and thorough enough to encouragement our enthusiasm for their proposition by providing a list of the many instances throughout history when such an approach worked. To save whoever that might be some time and effort, I offer the following by which they can shorten their research. These are in no particular order and just off the top of my head. This list is far from exhaustive but if they are appreciative of this assistance, I would be happy to investigate further and extend it.

    1. Attila the Hun vs. The Roman Empire Circa 452 AD
    2. The US vs. The USSR Circa prior to the Reagan presidency
    3. Montezuma vs. Cortez Circa 1592 AD
    4. Neville Chamberlain vs. Hitler Circa 1930’s AD
    5. U.N. vs. Saddam Hussein Circa 1991 – 2003
    6. Israel vs. PLO, re: Gaza & Lebanon Circa 2005 - 2006

    By Anonymous Anotmo, at 12:41 PM  

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