Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Who's pro terrorist here?

Trent Duffy, substitute Whitehouse flack while Scott McClellan is off taking a shower to wash himself clean of the filth he spews daily, said the following. President Bush "can understand that people don't share his view that we must win the war on terror, and we cannot retreat and cut and run from terrorists, but he just has a different view. He believes it would be a fundamental mistake right now for us to cut and run in the face of terrorism, because if we've learned anything, especially from the 9/11 Commission Report, it is that to continue to retreat after the Cole, after Beirut and Somalia is to only empower terrorists and to give them more recruiting tools as they try to identify ways to harm Americans."

This statement is so incredibly dense its hard to pick a starting point in picking it apart. To condemn this administrations conduct in the war in Iraq is to somehow support the terrorists? It is the Iraqi war that has given the terrorists aid and comfort. Cut and run in the face of terrorism? The war in Afghanistan IS the real war on terror. It is only because of this administrations horrible miscalculation that Iraq became a part of the equation at all. If Theodore Roosevelt had decided to invade Mongolia in response to Pearl Harbor, and that had turned into a quagmire, would his minions have been correct in saying those not supporting that miscalculation were supporting Hirohito? This president decided to take resources from the true war on terror to follow a neocon dream that has turned into a nightmare. By taking resources necessary for the completion of the true war on terror to invade Iraq, which had no bearing in said war, the cutting and running here was done by the Bushovicks from Afghanistan.

The last sentence by Duffy is a real gem. Giving the terrorists more recruiting tools is the hallmark of this administration. Osama Bin Ladens top recruiting officer in Al Queda is President Bush. Any other non-wingnutty President, faced with the circumstances after 9/11 would have finished with Afghanistan, held the support of the rest of the world in a continued war on terror, and contained Iraq. The policies of this neocon cabal insures a war that will continue for genearations. And thanks to Bush we are losing support for the absolutely necessary war on terror in the rest of the world. We face a war that drags on and on without international support, but those who point out the abysmal failings of this foolery are somehow pro-terror. What a freaking joke.

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