Skip to comments.Madeleine Albright: Bush Talks 'Victory' Too Much
Posted on 12/31/2005 10:21:56 AM PST by Carl/NewsMax
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LOL! The roads around here are too narrow for me to do that!
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How can people go against there country like this woman?
Again she proves that her last name isn't self-defining.
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Before Half-bright could China hit us with Nukes? Did India,Pakistan and North Korea have Nukes? This women has no right to open her mouth.
The interview with former Secretary of State Albright appearing in the Winter 2004-05 issue of the Columbia University magazine reveals her total disregard for the facts. It may be that she is ignorant of the facts, but more likely she is just blind to them due to her obsolete political agenda.
Albrights comments are so grossly absurd that her lack of intellectual honesty is readily apparent. She thinks were less safe now than right after the terrorists killed over 3,000 people on September 11, 2001. Perhaps she could provide us with a list of all the terrorist attacks which have occurred in the U.S. since then? Has she not even heard of the new Department of Homeland Security? About Iraq, she says she was stunned by the extent to which the (Bush) administration did not consider trying to get an international organization involved. Perhaps she has not heard of the long series of UN resolutions (the U.S. being a member of the UN Security Council) prior to President Bush taking decisive action? Has she not heard about the long list of countries that have provided troops on the ground in Iraq, and other assistance in the liberation of Iraq? She never thought there was a connection between Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein. Again, she chooses to ignore the facts, such as the existence of terrorist training camps in Iraq, Iraq supplying explosives to terrorists who bombed the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, and Saddam Hussein paying large cash rewards to the families of terrorists who turned themselves into suicidal bombs. She says Iraq was a war of choice, not of necessity. Saddam Hussein spent decades torturing people, engaging in mass murder resembling the Holocaust, attacking neighboring countries, and working on increasingly more lethal chemical and biological weapons. Perhaps Albright would have waited until the Nazis were in London before getting America involved to defeat Hitler, and liberate those held in concentration camps? She asks the rhetorical question: Are we capturing more terrorists or creating more terrorists? Perhaps she has not been reading the news, that we and our willing allies have been killing and capturing thousands of terrorists in Iraq and around the world, including Saddam Hussein.
While Albright served as Secretary of State, the terrorists attacked U.S. interests repeatedly, yet she and President Clinton were totally feckless in dealing with these attacks. September 11, 2001 was the culmination of years of neglect by Albright and Clinton. President Bush has turned the tide toward democracy in the Middle East by liberating approximately 50 million people in Iraq and Afghanistan. The recent free election in Iraq was a positive milestone in world history, and the lesson has not been lost on average citizens of the remaining non-democratic countries of the Middle East and the world. President Bush has been quite successful in rectifying the negligence of Secretary Albright and her former boss.