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Tuesday, 7 September 2004

Bush is scary, Vote for Kerry

And behind the times convention blogging:

John McCain

After years of failed diplomacy and limited military pressure to restrain Saddam Hussein, President Bush made the difficult decision to liberate Iraq.

liberate verb - grant freedom to;
(slang) to steal

Whether or not Saddam possessed the terrible weapons he once had and used, freed from international pressure and the threat of military action, he would have acquired them again.

Wow! We acted just in the nick of time! The Sanctions were about to be lifted and the "no-fly-zones" were coming apart at the seams. If we had waited even one week longer there would have been no international pressure or threat of military action whatsoever! I mean, it's not as if we were bombin Iraq weekly for the 11 years previous to the war! oh, no, wait . . . we did bomb them weekly for the last 11 years.

Let's focus on what's important here: Hussein's evil desires and lusts. He lusts for weapons of mass desturction. Much as we hate the sin of homosexuality and hate the homosexual sinner for his lusts, we must hate Hussein for his lusts. It is a founding principle of America that we punish people not just for their deeds, but also for their desires.

We couldn't afford the risk posed by an unconstrained Saddam in these dangerous times.

And remember, he was just minutes away from having no oversight whatsoever when we struck.

By destroying his regime we gave hope to people long oppressed that if they have the courage to fight for it, they may live in peace and freedom.

Bring 'em on!

oh, he didn't mean fight US forces?

I said earlier that the sacrifices in this war will not be shared equally by all Americans. The President is the first to observe, most of the sacrifices fall, as they have before, to the brave men and women of our Armed Forces. We may be good citizens, but make no mistake, they are the very best of us.

the poor will be paying for this war, but no worries. The trickle down effects of no-bid contracts to the vice president's company will benefit all of the super wealthy and the very wealthy and maybe, eventually, the upper upper middle class.

It shook us from our complacency in the belief that the Cold War's end had ushered in a time of global tranquility.

It turns out that the lack of a military super power enemy actually doesn't mean that we can pillage the third world with impunity.

We are Americans first, Americans last, Americans always.

Would foreigners blease report to a special holding cell at the back of the center. thank you.

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