I was up late (as per my ‘normal’ schedule) the other night, watching “Meet the Press” and trying to hold my temper. It isn’t the guests that are sparking my ire, but the host (I’m trying to catch her name – nice looking, slender blond?)!
There were two Senators on earlier, one of each, and she was firing questions at them. To the liberal, she’d lead him into some pre-ordained answer. [In fact, she’d misfired on one question. “What about the President likening the war on terror with 9/11?” Obviously, at least by the way she stammered over the phrase, she’d meant to say “…in
Then, she’d blind-side the Republican with something like, “What mistakes do you think the President made in the war with
It doesn’t matter that when the President went before Congress, he outlined a half dozen good reasons for going to
Does it matter that Saddam had WMDs, and used them previously? Why is nobody asking where they are? Somebody has them! They didn’t simply disappear in to thin air. Saddam had the opportunity, near the end, to account for everything he had, but elected instead to give the UN 50,000 pages of useless documents, why didn’t he account for them if he destroyed them? There was nerve gas, mustard gas, anthrax and others biological agents in his stockpile. Where are they?
Maybe a better question would be, who was he supplying them to? What was the Al-Qaeda’s #3 man doing, living in
No, she’d just lead the liberal into saying their deceptive drivel, keeping people’s eye off of the ball, and repeating the tripe they spew all day, everyday. They figure that if they just focus on some dark place, real or not is inconsequential, and after a while people will just forget about the rest of it.
Senator Ted Kennedy still thinks the President should take advice from him about the war. The President has made all the goals he set out: winning the war, setting up an interim government, having elections (in record turn-out), and getting a Constitution written (on track). Ted Kennedy, on the other hand, has been wrong about Mr. Bush’s, our military’s, and the Iraqi people’s ability to meet those goals. Why would anybody take the advice of someone who was so consistently wrong about all three? (Maybe the Sr. Senator from MA needs a new bartender?)
The entire Middle-East is a major problem in the world community today, period! Most of the people there live in stinking, abject poverty. Their rulers live in splendor (but they are Muslims, so that’s OK). They are taught from an early age that the West, specifically the
That’s not an opinion, they have said it, shouted it, written it, and acted it out. Why would anyone not believe them? What does it take to convince people? What if they stole airplanes and flew them into some of our buildings, would you believe it then?
Saddam was sponsoring them, in
The Israeli’s have done a great job of drawing the lightning of terrorism; but, lately, it is expanding too widely. No country is safe; they’re even terrorizing
Meet the Press, and see them for who they are!