September 28, 2004

"on board"

Jack Risko, the Dinocrat, has the dope on Paul Pillar. Worth reading:

...Paul Pillar has a career interest and preference for negotiations as the way to solve conflicts. From his earliest book, he focused on situations where the outcome was not victory. Time and again, he has said that military solutions are not solutions. With regard to Iraq, whether it goes well or poorly, it goes poorly – if terrorism is the question. Clearly Mr. Pillar is not on board with George Bush’s fundamental premises in the Global War on Terror, so it should be no surprise that he is having secret meetings around the country criticizing US policy. Why does this fellow have a job at the CIA?...
Why? Because much of the CIA seems to be "on board' the postmodernist choo-choo, and have no more liking for American fighting for freedom and Western values than Chirac or Kerry do. Terrorism is something we should "live with," and 9/11 was a "tragedy," (mostly for upsetting the status quo, and causing the knuckle-dragging commoners to vote for Republican fascist insects...)

Posted by John Weidner at September 28, 2004 11:27 AM
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