The current situation in Iraq is George Bush’s fault

July 19th, 2007

No argument there.

But when the Democrats finally succeed in withdrawing troops from Iraq and the massacre begins, cialis sales thumb will they be honest enough to accept responsibility for it or will they blame George Bush for that, cialis usa buy cialis too?

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  • 1. Rebecca Kontowicz  |  July 19th, 2007 at 8:28 am

    My guess is that the dems will claim they were left with no other choice than to withdraw and that if it weren’t for George Bush they wouldn’t have been faced with the dilema in the first place. So ultimately, the blame will be placed on Bush yet again.

  • 2. grumps  |  July 19th, 2007 at 8:43 am

    Which is, of course, where it belongs. Period. Amen.

  • 3. Administrator  |  July 19th, 2007 at 8:55 am

    I force a neighbor of mine to try to climb a mountain.

    As we climb, he slips, falls, and dangles from his safety rope.

    I try to pull him up, but I’m not strong enough. Given enough time, and maybe another helping hand or two, I can probably pull him up.

    But before I get the chance, one of our other neighbors tells me I’m wasting too much time and energy trying to extract our neighbor from the mess I got him into and cuts the rope.

    Is the rope cutter really completely innocent and without blame, Grumps?

    I don’t know of any moral system that would say he is.

  • 4. capper  |  July 19th, 2007 at 8:49 pm

    Not exactly accurate. You force a neighbor to climb said mountain, knowing that the neighbor doesn’t want to climb it due to his fear of heights. As you force him to climb, his fear gets the better of him and he struggles. You start hitting him and telling him that the climb is for his own damn good. Someone wants to stop you from trying to force your decision on his life, knowing that this might scare him off the mountain, but also knowing it might make him face his fears, and make him stronger. Would that intervening person be wrong?

  • 5. Administrator  |  July 20th, 2007 at 8:41 am

    Capper, if the troops came home tomorrow it would be a slaughter.

    Should our troops be there forever? No.

    But…

    The left should take their own advice. One of the good points they make is that there was no plans for running Iraq after the initial military victory.

    Any plan that just calls for bringing the troops home is guilty of the equally fatal mistake of having no plan for what happens after the withdrawal.

  • 6. capper  |  July 20th, 2007 at 2:06 pm

    Diplomacy is a plan. Removal of the troops is the leverage to get the factions to start paying attention.

    That aside, it was a slaughter before we got there (remember Sadam?), it is a slaughter now. It probably will be a slaughter when we leave, whenever that happens.

  • 7. still Unreal...  |  July 21st, 2007 at 2:31 pm

    Oh, come on….
    It will be Bush’s fault for everything that happens from here on out.

    So easily we forget the disaterous misteps of Carter and Clinton though…

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