The NeoCon Pipe Bom... er Dream Fizzles and Dies

Again, with no personal commentary.

By late November of this year, the United States will have been at war in Iraq for as long as we were involved in World War II. Under those circumstances, the burden of proof should not be on those who argue for changing what we're doing. It should be on those who set a failed policy in motion and keep promising, despite the evidence, that it will somehow pay off if only we "stay the course."
["Big Bang" Theory in Ruins]


  1. I understand the Preznut is going back to congress for more cash to have disappear in the war, so this would be a really good time to force him to defend his position down to the last toothpick.

  2. If Only (LOL!) enough Dems would find their spines long enough make that possible.

    It should be the norm no matter which party holds the majority, ya know...

  3. "If Israelis and Palestinians were closer to peace, if Iraqi democracy showed signs of stability -- these might justify a war fought in part on the basis of false premises."

    They should?

    How about if _your_ child, spouse, father, mother, sister or brother was killed in that war justified "in part on the basis of false premises" ?

    You deserve to live under Bush and Cheney and you deserve what's coming next.

  4. {raisin'eyebrows}

    Not sure what you inferred 'bout me to make ya say such a thing.

    Though I think I agree with your "How about ..." sentiment.

    I'm of the "belief" that you severely penalize a cop who breaks the law to catch a badguy. Then, if the illicitly gained evidence proves accurate, you convict the badguy anyhow. You don't let the cop off the hook though, as THAT is what abrogates the rule of law and encourages others to attempt the same.

    In that vein, I can say that I understand and relate to what you quoted.

    This Admin is lead by self-serving liars whose actions define corruption. They deserve, and will hopefully "enjoy", ignominity throughout History.

  5. Amen. I have always said that the whole thing is like walking into your livingroom and finding that one child has broken something. Then you look at the other child and ask, "how are you going to fix this."

    They broke it, why should we buy it?


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