Saturday, May 24, 2008

Iraq and September 11

Is it a fact that we went into Iraq to punish those responsible for September 11 as His Fraudulency reminds us once again:

Some of our fellow citizens wonder whether the mission in Iraq is worth the cost. I strongly believe it is. And here is why: The enemy has made clear that Iraq is the central battleground of the great ideological struggle of our time. This is a struggle between those who murder the innocent to advance their hateful objectives and those of us who love liberty and long for peace. We saw that these enemies -- what these enemies intend for our country on September the 11th, 2001 -- and we must do everything in our power to stop the enemy from attacking us again.

Of course, The Commander Guy continues to deliver his rousing speeches to military audiences, this time to the 82nd Airborne. RockRichard has an on the ground SITREP of the pomp and circumstance over at Vetvoice. I wonder if Ole Tipsy Canoe had to recuse himself from the "latrines" at the infamous Ft. Bragg barracks.

Meanwhile, pay no attention to the 15 Billion the Pentagon can not account for, merely the latest in the disappearance of money down the MIC Hole.

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