…A recent CNN poll showed that only 35 percent of Americans are confident we're going to win this war [in Iraq]. So, there must be panic in the streets, right?Of course not. And it’s realizations like this that make the stupid wingnut WWII comparisons beyond laughable.
I mean if we're not going to win the war, then we must be getting ready for the enemy to take over.
Our whole way of life is going to change, right?
Or perhaps everything will go on exactly as it was before.
How do you know you were in an unnecessary war? When you can't tell it's over.
If we pulled out of Iraq tomorrow, would anyone in the middle of America be able to tell the difference between the two days? Would anyone's life be different (other than the troops and their families)?
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Ask Yourself This
Cenk asks the right questions: