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Tag Archives: Afghanistan
I’ve been trying to write about this observation for a while, but haven’t found the means to express it. So I am just going to state it, in what I admit is speculative form. Here’s what I said on Twitter … Continue reading
One strange thing about Muslims living in Muslim countries is that they don’t like being bombed into Freedom. In fact, constant bombing and occupation may in fact increase a desire to seek retribution (crazy, I know, but stay with me). That hasn’t … Continue reading
I had to miss a few days of posting last week, and whenever I need to get back into the swing of things I check out the editorial page of the Washington Post. If you ever want to perform a quick checkup … Continue reading
As Barack Obama outlines his plans to escalate the remembered forgotten war in Afghanistan, one question remains on everybody’s lips: what are those assholes in the Liberal Media going to do to sabotage the fun run-up to more exciting war? They’re probably going to be real buzzkills about … Continue reading
The Republican Party, ever vigilant in it’s attempts to define itself as the Party of Failed Ideas–a mantle the Democrats are desperately vying for (see: Escalation of Afghanistan)–has release a so-called “purity test” by which it can judge whether candidates are willing to … Continue reading
E. J. Dionne, writing today in the war-loving Washington Post‘s editorial page, perfectly illustrates why the United States is constantly at war, and how even so-called “liberal” columnists opperate under the exact same flawed worldview as the neocons they pretend to despise.