I just wanted to link to the other one so people could see the other responses. The search seems to go wonky on me at times too.
That being said, I'm one of those loathed "anti-Iraqi war conservatives", but this guy sounds like a big baby.
I am one as well. But he doesn't mention what is most important. His ratings. If he had good ratings he would have an argument. But if they were slipping then he doesn't have a leg to stand on.
posted on 01/12/2004 10:11:05 AM PST
("If you see ten troubles comin down the road, nine will run into the ditch before they reach you")
That being said, I'm one of those loathed "anti-Iraqi war conservatives",
The problem is, had your position won the domestic political battle after troops were engaged, then the US loses the war. Soldiers who died, did so in vain. Not because of a victorious enemy, but because of politics.
Once the balloon goes up, I think it's treason to act politically against the war.
Before the balloon goes up, fine. But not after.
posted on 01/12/2004 10:15:08 AM PST
(McGovern lost in 72 - and launched the left's takover of the Dem party)
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