drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

Speakin of Asymetric Warfare....

For those who may be slow on the uptake.

If you advocate that "foo" is a death camp, and then sit on your fingers, being all pricklish about not wanting to get caught with a gun in your hand.... Maybe there is an ideological crisis that clearly needs to be addressed. Oh that's right - the ProWarWinkies opted out of getting into the combat zone, so maybe that is just one more part of the basic matrix - the failure to understand that 'fighting words' are not merely rhetorical devices....

So yes, we are watching a slow and steady rise in armed violence, and the ProWarWheenies are all prissy about how we should not hold them accountable for the fact that their Teabagging in the middle of their calls for an armed insurrection, have, well, been heard by some folks....

I would love to agree with Obama that we should be seeking some common ground....

But are the playPretends willing to step away from their war fetish? to return to a mere political discourse.

Or is that structurally an impossibility once one has already established that one supports state sponsored torture as a matter of course....

So yes, let us reason together.

What reasons did you bring?
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