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by Curly Morris - April 2nd, 2007 - Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald
Since all of Bush's rich friends are in the oil and defense business he had to make sure they would turn a profit the entire time he was in office.
So almost as soon as he was elected, excuse me, appointed President of the U.S., guess what he initiated to ensure that his rich friend would get richer for electing him?
Let me give you a hint, it starts with a 'w' and ends with a 'r'.
You see people like President Bush couldn't care less about how many American citizens die in Iraq.
What? Democrats constantly malign Bush and all Republicans with the most outrageous claims. However they go totally ballistic if you criticize them even mildly. If you even suggest that it helps our enemies (who started this war with over a dozen unprovoked attacks) to claim we started the war you can expect a litany of "How dare you challenge my patriotism? You Republicans are all the same. All you ever do is hurl insults. Why can't you discuss the issues like we democrats. We never insult anyone."
I just wanted this particular list of outrageous insults to at least be documented so people can remember.
Curly was not satisfied with claiming that Bush started the war to make his friends rich (I assume that means he buys the argument that Bush was behind 9/11), he states "I have no faith in our government or any of its components any more."
With that he goes on to argue that it is time to overthrow our government. (Read his article. He is serious. There is no other conclusion to what he is saying!)
Somehow that argument does not seem to mesh with his opening line, "For the record I am an honorably discharged veteran." Being honorably discharged does not mean that your view of our country is either honorable or patriotic, words usually conflated with veteran.
I think there is one thing that is self-evident. Curly doesn't believe in "representative democracy". If he does not get his way he pouts. Curly is a perfect example of why it is hard for a "representative democracy" to wage war. Those selected to represent us followed the rules to start this war and people who trusted it was in the interest of our nation have died to implement that decision. Now Curly and his followers want to end the war. They argue that it should never have been started. However it was started. And liberal democrats voted for it. You cannot un-ring that bell. Arguing that it was wrong and immoral to start the war and that it is Bush's war is just their way to insult anyone who disagrees with them. It is also their way of avoiding accountability for anything they have done or said.
If this war is ended without victory, or if the victory of our soldiers is thrown away by leaving Islamofascism as a force in the world, there is little doubt in my mind that it will be followed by nuclear bombs going off in American cities. Those who end the war will be the cause. It is as predictable as the next prediction.
People like Curly, who want to end the war, will never accept that the consequences of their desire will be assigned as their fault. They think they are never accountable for anything. Including the litany of outrageous lies in this article by Curly. To them it is always Bush's fault no matter what. Blame is easy to assign when you are not accountable for anything you say. That is self-evident too.