An Important Question to Ask About Iraq

September 20, 2007 at 12:27 pm | Posted in American politics, Iraq | 1 Comment

I posed this question in a comment but I wanted to bring it up in a new post:

Why would anyone think that a few more years of plugging through with thousands more Americans dead and trillions more dollars spent will bring an outcome worthy of the cost?

What do you all think?

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  1. It’s obviously a rhetorical question you’re asking. I’m with you, ridiculous to keep beating a dead horse. Of course the answer the war-mongers…errr…I mean war-supporters would give you is that it’s always darkest before the dawn and that now there’s finally light at the end of the tunnel. They’ll never admit the light is a train, and when people with some sense finally get us out of this mess they’ll spend the rest of their lives claiming you stabbed the nation in the back. The war-supporters don’t know the first thing about Iraq or the Middle East or…well anything really other than how to misquote Churchill/Lincoln/Moroni or misuse Hitler analogies. To them the real war is really against lilly-livered-liberals and Arabs and Muslims simply make convenient cannon-fodder. They don’t have a clue, but they sure to kill a lot of people in the process of trying to pretend they do. So you want “dead-enders”, here’s a hint, they’re not the Iraqi Baathists (whose future looks better and better in Iraq), they’re the American war-fanatics.


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