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October 28, 2003

This why Andrew Sullivan's Blog gets 75,000 hits a day

From Andrew Sullivan:


This just in from the AP:

New York-born writer and human rights activist Susan Sontag on Tuesday criticized U.S. President George W. Bush for not admitting that the U.S invasion in Iraq was wrong and that the Arab country is being driven into chaos.

"You can't expect the government of President Bush to say, 'We made a mistake by invading Iraq,'" said Sontag. "He (Bush) says they (the bombers) are just criminals, amateurs, they are enemies of the Iraqis, we (Americans) are friends of the Iraqis". "This type of propaganda is not going to change, and if they (the U.S. military) eventually leave Iraq, the message will always say: 'We've won the war.'"

I think what Sontag is saying is that the murderers of the last week are actually the true friends of the Iraqis, and that the Americans are the enemy. I think what she is saying is that Saddam Hussein and his murdering goons are preferable to a democratic and pluralist Iraq. I think what she is saying is that she wants to see the United States defeated by Baathist terrorists. If you ever had any doubts where the far left is headed, listen to Sontag. Before long they will be forced to the logical conclusion of their current hatred of the U.S.: open support for Islamist terror.

Damn, that is good. The murdering thugs in Iraq watch and listen to people like Sontag and will continue their murderous rampage as long as people like Sontag and the Democratic presidential candidates give them hope that they can use terrorists tactics to force the U.S. to abandon the Iraqi people again like we abandoned them in 1991 and the Somalians in 1993.

- posted by Mad Jayhawk and Seven @ 10/28/2003 03:19:00 PM    |

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