drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
drieuxster
drieuxster

why do NeoCon's HATE american military personel???

h/t to the mojoFreaks, but I really do have to worry about Dick Morris' take on the FauxNewsGame
One of the things, though, that I think the antiwar crowd has not considered is that, if we’re putting the Americans right within their arms’ reach, they don’t have to come to Wall Street to kill Americans. They don’t have to knock down the trade center. They can do it around the corner, and convenience is a big factor when you’re a terrorist.
[ cf s9: Stoopidest Thngz Evar Sed, Part 0x7FFFF! (emphasis mine)]
Now do not get me wrong.

I can understand that it is SOOOO hard for FauxNews to stay on message about how the Great Wonders of ThatIraqiThingiePooh is preventing the Massive Need for the Massive Internal State Security Apparatus that we need to protect us from the terrorists who are every where around us....

But be reasonable here kiddies... why is it that FauxNews has to go with the need to make it more convenient to kill american military personnel....

Could it be that Finally FauxNews is having it's own little religious experience, a sort of revelation about where it has really always stood on this issue...
Tags: religion, they_did_what, war
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