You have to wonder what it will take for the US Military to respond to Iranian provocation? Has the current polical climate in the United States forced President Bush to stand emasculated before Iranian escalation? Does President Bush really believe that the last election mandated surrender and weakness in the face of aggression?
The only way we’ll know for sure is when Chavez’ squads show up in Houston or Denver.
posted on 06/25/2007 7:05:26 PM PDT
by glock rocks
(Please pray every day for our Patriot Armed Forces fighting to protect our way of life.)
I do believe he feels weakened, as well he should. The opposition at its highest levels have questioned his motives, said they were duped into the war by a dope, claimed he lied to them, claimed he went to war only for oil, claimed he only went to war to avenge his dad, spread hysteria and defeatism, and done all they can to encourage our enemies. Pelosi pranced over to see one of the greatest threats to Middle East peace, like some latter-day Neville Chamberlain, and tried to defund the troops in the field. No doubt the public too has wearied of the war, and many on our side would rather fight borders isse and the Mexican illegals than those who are regularly killing Americans. So Bush probably does feel weakened.
Don’t worry, I’m sure that as we speak President Bush is on the phone with Mexico asking for permission to deal with the situation.
posted on 06/25/2007 7:39:00 PM PDT
Does President Bush really believe that the last election mandated surrender and weakness in the face of aggression?
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