Wednesday, February 04, 2004

Ga. official wants to replace 'evolution'

War in Iraq: Not a Humanitarian Intervention

"Campus conservatives have been in the hawk's nest since the beginning, with no intention of spreading their wings and flying elsewhere. But, contrary to the claims of the antiwar crowd, conservative support of the campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq has little to do with the imperial soul-cleansing of blood and steel. Conservative student support is best outlined in the demands of Bush's Sept. 12, 2002, United Nations speech: an end to Saddam Hussein's state-sponsored terrorism—such as funding the Palestinian Arab Liberation Front and Mujahedin-e Khalq; an end to WMD programs—whether stockpiles exist, the programs did; and an end to illegal trade outside the oil-for-food program. Most importantly, as Bush said, "If the Iraqi regime wishes peace, it will cease persecution of its civilian population, including Shia, Sunnis, Kurds, Turkomans and others, again as required by Security Council resolutions." Talk of human shredding machines and mass graves should have softened the hardened hearts of any antiwar protester. But it did not."

Fighting Bob website. Gotta love Wisconsin.

1927-1933 Chart of Pompous Prognosticators - this is American GOP "optimism" dissected for what it really truly is.

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