Skip to comments.How To Look At The War On Terror
Posted on 09/07/2003 12:58:38 AM PDT by GiovannaNicolettaEdited on 07/12/2004 3:40:39 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Imagine the date is Sept. 12, 2001. Ask yourself this question: Are you willing to bet that two years will pass and there will not be another terrorist attack on American soil?
I will wager that there is not one person reading this column who would have made that bet two years ago.
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The way to think about the war on terrorism is to ask yourself who is supporting Mr. Bush and the U.S. military in this life and death engagement, and who is not?
Yep. The louder and nastier the personal attacks, the more certain the left's target's a good guy.
This week, I would rather celebrate the troops and mourn our lost than deal with these wankers on the left. We spend most of our energy on defense when WE have the winning team and gameplan.
Ronald Reagan, like Pres. Bush, would listen to the opposition politely, say essentially, "yes, and now this is the way we're going to do it."
Or, put simply - with apologies for the "H" word (DNC-EU-UN-Hollywood interchangeable w/ France):
But don't tell that to the Rats. They are not interested in the facts, but scoring political points.
Yep ! ...
President Bush on the Road to Victory ...
PS...Did that young lady just belt someone over the head with that sign,it looks like the handle is split.
BTW that sure is a nice pair of trousers 8-)