What’s so civil about war anyway?

Posted by on November 29, 2006

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said Wednesday that Iraq’s violence meets the standard of civil war and that if he were heading the State Department now, he might recommend that the administration use that term.

Civil War.  I’ll buy that (if it’s on the sale rack).  The Sunni’s and Shiite’s are killing each other with reckless abandon prodded on by certain barbarians poking the two hornet nests.(tired disclaimer here…not all of these people are barbarians only those who, by their actions, advocate the slaughter of innocents to further their cause).

Milaki either has no will, power, or inclination to stop it.  We have the power to stop it within a couple weeks.  There would be calls for impeachment, assassination, and worse from the far left around the country and the world as sections of Baghdad were levelled by thousands  of JDAMs and rolling armor.  There would be howls of condemnation from Amnesty International, CAIR, and the rest of the far left and the moderates around the country and the world as the head of Sadr was paraded around Baghdad on a pike.  There would be riots in the streets of America when Habeas Corpus was suspended and reporters “frog marched” into prisons for leaking\making up information.

Calls for impeachment, condemnation, and riots later…Baghdad and Iraq would be pacified, our troops would be redeployed to the next battleground, and America would be respected, feared, and hated around the world…just as it is today…just as it was in 1999…just as it was in 1945.

Finish the job.  Fight to win.

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  1. blackflag Says:

    Damn fine post, thanks for the information.

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