Thursday, November 01, 2007

Have Pity on Me . . . I'm an Orphan

The White House is saying that, because it got us into a war in Iraq based upon intentional lies, we have to stay in Iraq for many more years.

The White House is also saying that, because it got us into a war in Iraq based upon intentional lies, we have to invade Iran (on the theory that, if it wasn't for those darn Iranians, we could win the Iraq war).

And the White House is saying that anyone who criticizes the war against Iraq is a traitor whose property can be seized (would such a person also be considered a "homegrown terrorist")

By intentionally committing a horrible crime and then trying to benefit from the mess they created, the White House is acting just like the kid who shot both of his parents and then said "have pity on me . . . I'm an orphan".




8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

And what's worse is the people scummy enough or stupid enought to say YEAH LET'S DO IT AMERICA IS UNSTOPPABLE!!!

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Don Robertson said...

The Libertarian economists too are doing the same thing today with $95 oil and "no inflation".

Have pity on me for my own precious little darling child, GLOBaLIZAtiON, has up caught a terrible and deadly social disease that even the doctors are afraid to treat!

Ludwig von Mises would be proud.

Lew Rockwell is proud.

Destroying the world with greater economic efficiency is the code word for the day at the Mises Institute.

"Libertarian" sounds like an innocuous enough political affiliation, but then their cousin's moniker, the NeoCon, didn't originally raise too many alarm bells either.

Don Robertson, The American Philosopher (Irradicating dangerious myths in sheep's clothing from reality one at a time.)

1:25 PM  
Anonymous RichardC said...

To Don Robertson:
At least the libertarians don't want to take the money you DO make!
In case you haven't noticed, neocons HATE libertarians with a passion; the feeling is mutual.

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Ben Richards said...

Something you all might find interesting...

http://comesclean.blogspot.com/

8:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It comes from Milton Friedman. "The Shock Doctrine" is the ultimate eyeopener. EQ

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a heads up for you. ww.debka.com is reporting that bin Laudin supporters are going to start cyberattacking the internet on Nov. 11. If you believe like I do that this is still a CIA constructed boogyman, it would be very convenient to shut down the internet prior to an attack on Iran and blame it on Osama. Pardon me for being the cynic. EQ

11:01 AM  
Blogger The Wendigo said...

At least the libertarians don't want to take the money you DO make!

No, they just want to "privatize" the whole damned government, which is the same thing as giving away US Taxpayer $$$.

Libertarians are NOTHING without their claim about "taxes" and "the Fed."

Witness the idiocy of Ron Paul and his "magic wand" theory, where libertarian principles are the "magic wand" that will destroy all negative human traits because the free market has such immense power over people that they automatically become loving and benevolent, and never are greedy, envious, grasping, covetous, or any other negative thing.

Hooray for the magic wand!

3:57 PM  
Blogger The Wendigo said...

In case you haven't noticed, neocons HATE libertarians with a passion; the feeling is mutual.

Yes, they hate each other passionately because they pretend to be different yet they are the exact same thing when you peel away the layer of self-naming and the layer of subterfuge regarding what is "liberty."

Anyone who thinks a "libertarian" system of the type urged by Ron Paul would result in any significant difference from what we now have under Bush/Cheney... well, that person is mighty deluded and doesn't know much about libertarians, about government, or about how the NeoCons got to be as they are. They are libertarians under a different name. And most libertarians are NeoCons under a different name.

4:00 PM  

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