Defending Honor, Courage, and Chivalry in the Modern World

February 28, 2007

Filed under: Bush, Democrates, George W. Bush, Iraq, Politics, Saddam, terrorism, US, War, War on Terror — knighthospitaller @ 12:46 pm

Progress?

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  1. Too bad you don’t finish the story and tell where MOST of the people who were on the ballot she was voting on live NOW.

    London england, Amman Jordan and Iran, BOT inside Iraq.

    Voting a democracy does not make other wise Saddam, Castro and Hitler had democracies since they also held elections, NO son a democracy is MUCH more than a US staged photo op election which Maliki was not even on the ballot for prime minister, instead his position was left open for the Parliament to fill with US approval OF COURSE.

    Too bad you cherry pick your evidence just like the neo-cons did in the run up to this illegal war.

    Comment by clif — March 5, 2007 @ 10:02 pm

  2. I wish you could hear yourself…

    Comment by knighthospitaller — March 7, 2007 @ 1:17 pm

  3. I can read my words son,(hearing a computer screen well it is sorta futile doncha think son?)

    Since I was in Desert Storm and the military for over a decade until I was disabled, I have more then “a few books I read to impress somebody” as a perspective to work from.

    Your arguments are shallow and not very well thought out, and your reach into history in the wrong places for something to back up what you wanna hear, NOT what is truly relevant to the situation at hand, since your reaching to the US Civil war which is not very relevant to the Iraqi civil war, but the war in afghanistan 1980-1988 is for the Sunni Insurgents, and Yugoslavia post TITO is as far as to why Iraq is crumbling as a single state.

    For internal US politics and the way the US military is being used, Vietnam has much relevance also, because the very same bad moves and strategic mistakes made in Vietnam are being reproduced in Iraq.

    Can you hear me now son?

    Comment by clif — March 7, 2007 @ 10:24 pm

  4. “Since I was in Desert Storm and the military for over a decade.”

    I’d thank you for your service, but that would make me sound like a richewing nut job right?

    Comment by knighthospitaller — March 8, 2007 @ 3:27 pm


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