To: Lucius Cornelius Sulla
The problem is that US "interests" in the region are a paradox with regards to the WOT.
US interests do not justify it's criminality, if the US wishes to continue supporting terrorists who seek to kill Americans then perhaps the US' interests are ilconceived and Americans with the intellectual capacity beyond that of your average trailer trash would recognize a stupid foreign policy decision and tell the government that it has indeed recognized it as such and to tell the government to stop engaging in said policy.
Simply put, the US is governed for the people by the people and if the elected officials continue to conduct policy against the interests of its own constituency, then just maybe it has no one else to blame the next terrorist attack on it's own soil except on the government itself. Piss on American "interests" if it wants to shoot itself in the foot.
posted on 03/08/2008 11:43:23 PM PST
(Love that chicken from Popeye's)
The US is a representative republic. The people elect the government, and the government governs in what it considers to be the best interests of the people. The people are free to judge these decisions on election day. The people who disagree can argue to change the policy or to change the government at the next election. Efforts to give aid and comfort to the enemies of the US (as determined by the government) is treason.
posted on 03/09/2008 12:27:43 AM PST
by Lucius Cornelius Sulla
(For what do we live, but to make sport for our neighbours, and laugh at them in our turn?)
War Nerd dissects Condi and all the Dhimmis in the State Dept.
Don’t even waste your time. The same trailer trash you speak of are the ones you argue against. It’s apparent their mindset is the same of the politicians who could give a rat’s a$$ about what this country’s principles were...and how we’ve blindly ignored them.
posted on 03/09/2008 3:30:47 AM PDT
("A nation that expects to be ignorant and free, it expects what never was and never will be")
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