FOR THOSE COMPLAINING ABOUT “ASSASINATING” A FOREIGN LEADER’S SONS

Just a reminder, if we were really targeting Uday and Qusay simply because they were Saddam’s sons then there are 3 other kids we could go after. We were targeting them because they were high-ranking government officials, thus the “Now other nations can kill the Bush daughters” complaint I’ve been hearing doesn’t hold up. They’re college students.

ISN’T IT IRONIC?

I think it is anyway. Admittedly though my judgement’s been off ever since that Alanis Morissette song.
But anyway, in their new commercial in which they lambast Bush for misleading the country the Democrats mislead us themselves. Dowdifying the quote and leaving out the “The British government has learned that” portion of the infamous 16 words they show Bush saying matter-of-factly “Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.” (A statement by the way that hasn’t been proved false.) I think that qualifies as ironic.
Also, anyone find it odd that they use “evil” Fox News’ feed of the speech?

AND I QUOTE

Before the start of the war.

You are about to make history…
We’re invading not to conquer and subjugate the people. We’re invading to evict a dictator, and we’re invading to protect women and children – our families – back home. Remember who you are because these are going to be the most memorable days of your lives.
–Lt. Colonel B.P. McCoy (via National Geographic Explorer)

BLAIR HIGHLIGHTS

“If we are wrong, we will have destroyed a threat that at its least is responsible for inhuman carnage and suffering. That is something I am confident history will forgive,” he said. “But if our critics are wrong … and we do not act, then we will have hesitated in the face of this menace when we should have given leadership. That is something history will not forgive.”

“there is no more dangerous theory in international politics than that we need to balance the power of America with other competitive powers.”
CNN