Friday, February 10, 2006

Cherry Picked Part XXXVII

Does this surprise anyone? The same shit is currently being attempted with Iran. Is it me, or are the libido's (if they even have one) of all wing-nuts centered around the fantasy of warfare? Hurt leg can barely keep his pants on when discussing the prospect of bombing Tehran. Maybe it's me, but sure seems like you'd need to be pretty sick and deluded to get all jazzed up over the prospect of explosions and carnage.

4 Comments:

Blogger Jeff said...

"The same shit is currently being attempted with Iran."

Who is alleging that?

3:50 PM  
Blogger sexyretard said...

My libido is quite seperate from the war, I assure you. I love my child, but getting him to sleep for the purpose of unfettered access to my wife is probably about as difficult as convincing the american public that there are wmds in iraq

4:59 PM  
Blogger George W. Bush said...

"Who is alleging that?"

Me.

Retard, so you must be effecient in the art of scaring your son, go to bed, or daddy terrorist will have to hurt you?

12:18 AM  
Blogger sexyretard said...

No, he's not really as gullible as the American public--gullible to the feces thrown from both parties, by the way. If I threaten my son with a terrorist, even a balding bespectacled one like myself who can't inspire fear these days, he's either going to dismiss it or wail for the next three hours.

Suffice to say, for my sexual existence, terrorism is counterproductive, and the war in Iraq doesn't particularly help, either.

I'm going to go back to an earlier theme and say that we need to reconsider this war through saner eyes. Not everything has gone well and not everything has gone poorly, and we must first concede just how close we are to either extreme. Saddam is out of power and there were elections; the elections in Palestine, if they are any indication, show that "democracy" is something that America likes only when the result is something that America likes.

Innocent people are dying (but I don't trust the 100,000 figure and frankly see no reason to), oil revenue may well be going to terrorists (we know it already is in Saudi Arabia), but then again, Libya is playing nicer and the Iranian people (as opposed to the government) are showing signs of change.

I don't think either mantra of "impeach Bush" or "my country, right or wrong" is particularly going to help address our grave shortcomings made evident by this war. Until people are willing to seek the truth rather than merely seek their ideological victory, or for that matter the White House, we can expect many more bad decisions, motivated by politics rather than by people's lives.

7:53 AM  

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