Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Here we go . . . again

(p)resident Dicknose:

"When democracy finally happens in Iraq, [people] in Iran will see what can be achieved."

Yeah, they will see burnt out cities, destroyed infrastructure, tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, dead and wounded. They'll see that they're better off with their Fundamentalist mullahs than having American troops tramping over their land like bulls in a china shop. Tell me, Chimp-man, are they already stocking up on rose petals to toss at our feet when we arrive? You're a fucking asshole, you mouth-breathing, knuckle-dragging, retard.

Update: 05:45:

Pessimism from Dave Johnson:

[. . .]

These new attacks are presumably just the second stage in the multi-nation plan Wolfowitz spoke about right before the war. In other words, we can plan to be at war for five to twenty years.

The Army and Guard are already being pushed to the limit. Thus, there will have to be a draft. But in order for there to be a draft, anti-war groups and spokesmen will have to be marginalized and crushed. So those of us who are anti-war should prepare to be called traitors and cowards with an intensity that we haven't seen so far. Ann Coulter is soon going to go completely mainstream. [my emphasis]

[. . .]

Once more unto the breach, my friends.

And just to throw this out there: What do you think about the blue states threatening to secede if Bush goes into Iran? And just like my Iraq endgame, I know no one has the nuts to do it but humor me. Again, comments solicited. And thanks again to all the folks who left comments on that post. Some excellent and detailed ideas, even from the guy who compared me to Nixon.

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