September 14, 2006

Morons...

Dafydd quoted this bit...

...Mr. Powell, a former four-star Army general who was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and had a leadership role in the Persian Gulf war of 1991, said in his letter to Mr. McCain that redefining Common Article 3 would only deepen worldwide doubts about America’s moral stature.

“Furthermore, it would put our own troops at risk,” Mr. Powell said in his letter to Mr. McCain. Critics of the Bush administration approach have argued that, if the United States is seen to be mistreating captives, Americans who are taken prisoner could be subjected to cruelty...

"Subject to cruelty?" What could he mean? Quelle horreur, perhaps they may not be given Novacaine when their heads are sawed off. Sorry to break this to you, softhead, but when Americans are captured by the kind of enemies we have now, they are tortured and killed forthwith.

And how do you appeasers and pompous blowhards react to that? By attacking America for not being nice enough! For not having sufficient "moral stature."

Screw you, Colin Powell and John McCain. America and the Bush administration have the real moral stature, by virtue of being willing to roll up their sleeves and tackle some of the most bloody and difficult problems that bedevil our world. While you midget ankle-biters stand on the sidelines and sneer and carp, and demand that America be ever more prissy and limp-wristed, so as not to be an offensive odor to your little chemically-pure stuck-up noses.

Real Americans support the President, support the troops, support the war, and have the morsel of common sense needed to know that it's necessary to get rough when you are fighting with psychopathic murderers for whom war crimes are the order of the day...

And America's moral stature is so much higher than the common run of sniveling appeasing countries, higher than any other country at all, that anybody who expresses doubt about it is just labeling themselves a moron.

Posted by John Weidner at September 14, 2006 7:10 PM
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