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wWednesday, March 12, 2003

More about the crazy neocons running the American war effort:
I Vant to Be Alone Maybe it has been their strategy all along to sideline the U.N., deflate Colin Powell and cut the restraining cords of traditional coalitions. Their decision last summer to get rid of Saddam was driven by their desire to display raw, naked American power. This time, they don't want Colin Powell or pesky allies counseling restraint in Baghdad.

Let's list the nutjobs agitating for war:

  • Neocons like Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz whose vision of the world resembles Imperialism more and more.

  • Fools and children like our President who don't understand that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11.*

  • Cheney and his oil men who cannot see a future where we don't rely on mideast oil.

  • Psychotic Christians who actually want the world to end so Jesus will come and take them into heaven.

  • Blair and the British Liberals who actually think we're going to make the world safer and help the Iraqi people.

Did I miss any? Which of the five do you think are more unhinged? And who do you think wants war the most?

*I do, in fact, believe that Bush is sincere when he gives his reasons for attacking Iraq, like in the last press conference. I actually think he's that stupid. He was arguing that we should lift sanctions on Saddam before 9/11, when we had all the same evidence regarding his chemical and biological weapons - it's the only thing that has changed. And from accounts I've read, it doesn't seem that Bush knows the difference between Saddam's politics and policies and Al Qaeda.

posted by Matthew Carroll-Schmidt at 11:01 AM

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