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Friday, August 05, 2005

Is it "War on Terror or is it "Global Struggle Against Violent Extremism"?

Oh no poor Nero is confused! I guess the name changes will convince all those Red State YAHOOS that we are making progress! Funny thing, polls show that the Texan Nero is losing support but then again I am sure the Red State fools that put him in office will never admit that they have buyer’s remorse! - Or do they? - As they say, "fool me once shame on you and fool me twice shame on me" Well, you Red State fools - you got fooled twice!!!! - It's too late! The damage is done. There is no doubt that you will be fooled "thrice" Do you have enough guts to admit it and retire the Republican fools in 2006! - I think NOT! After all you knew what you were getting!

BEACHBOY

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This raises a few really important questions.
1. Guantanamo Bay and the Geneva Convention. If it looks, smells and acts like a war.....?
2. A war implies that the "other side" too has a justification (however wrong this may be from "our" perspective)

What I find more interesting is that the BUSH Administration continuously re-directs the discussion on Iraq and US Foreign policy. Whether you call it a war or a struggle (which is an insult to those who have really struggled from 1776 to African Americans to the Palestinians to the ANC, etc., etc. -the list is too long) is irrelevant. To ask questions about a definition is to ask the wrong questions at a time when Americans need to be asking the right questions.
Johnny Canuck

Sunday, August 07, 2005 7:12:00 AM  
Blogger ianwilson said...

This raises a few really important questions.
1. Guantanamo Bay and the Geneva Convention. If it looks, smells and acts like a war.....?
2. A war implies that the "other side" too has a justification (however wrong this may be from "our" perspective)

What I find more interesting is that the BUSH Administration continuously re-directs the discussion on Iraq and US Foreign policy. Whether you call it a war or a struggle (which is an insult to those who have really struggled from 1776 to African Americans to the Palestinians to the ANC, etc., etc. -the list is too long) is irrelevant. To ask questions about a definition is to ask the wrong questions at a time when Americans need to be asking the right questions.
Johnny Canuck

Sunday, August 07, 2005 7:18:00 AM  

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