Friday, October 7, 2005
It seems Big Media and al-Qaeda have done what they set out to do. 62% of the country now believes going into Iraq was the wrong thing to do. Big Media's plan all along was to belittle Bush and the troops and sweep anything good happening in Iraq under the rug until the country finally bought into their lies and propaganda. And it's worked. al-Qaeda took a page from the VietCong and launched small attack after small attack, building them up until they looked like one big attack, in hopes that the American public would buy into their propaganda and turn on the war. And it's worked. It's kind of sad to see these weak-knee people turn to Jell-O when they don't like what they're seeing. I don't like what I see on the news. Car bomb after car bomb. U.S. troop after troop dying. Innocent Iraq after Iraq dying. Do I think Bush could be doing a better job handling this war? Yes. Do I think he's made mistakes? Yes. Do I think he needs to do a better job to letting the people know just what would happen should al-Qeada set up an Islamic state in Iraq? Definitely, not that it would matter to some though. But I'm not going turn my back on my president and the troops.
We Have Every Right To Dream Heroic Dreams.
Those Who Say That We're In A Time When There Are No Heroes, They Just Don't Know Where To Look.


Anonymous said...

It just seems to work, my friend. The willingness on the part of these people to undermine the war is sickening. I'm afraid it's going to take another huge attack to remind the American people of what exactly is going on. I'm afraid a lot of people just don't understand the stakes of this conflict.

Christopher Lee said...

Sadly, I don't think even an attack would do it. It might bring those on the Right back but the Left will never think and feel as they did in the months after 9/11.