Friday, September 03, 2004

Dick Morris on President Bush

I voted for Gore in 2000, as a true child of the Clinton era. But I decided to vote for Bush on Sept. 12, 2001 when I saw how he handled the threat we face. I used to back Bush because he offered safety; now I support him because he summons us all to an ideal. Before he spoke, supporting Bush was a duty one owed to the fallen. Now, it is an honor.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I honor administrations that responded appropriately by lashing out an attacking our enemies in Afghanistan (eye for an eye). I also honor those who wage additional killings for the sake of our safety (opportunistic oil bonus). We may want to attack Iran, Syra, N. Korea, and Pakistan; they've got nukes and terrorists (but no oil)

9:30 AM  
Blogger Trubador said...

From the Washington Post:

UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 1 -- The United States and France introduced a Security Council resolution Wednesday demanding that 20,000 Syrian troops "withdraw without delay" from Lebanon and that Syria stop meddling in the country's November elections. It threatens to consider unspecified "additional measures" against Syria to ensure compliance.

The resolution reflects mounting frustration by Washington and Paris that Syria is seeking to rewrite Lebanon's constitution to guarantee that the country's pro-Syrian leader, President Emile Lahoud, can remain in power after his six-year term ends on Nov. 24.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A53574-2004Sep1.html

6:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trub,

We don't need no stinking U.N., or Paris, to decide who we want to attack next. You see, the war on terror cannot be fought with sensitivity.

7:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Before you go into a war, you have to have some assurance that you can win. I don't know if we have come to the conclusion that we can win in Iran, or North Korea. What have we gained from the Iraqi oil?

7:02 AM  

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