Monday, August 21, 2006

what the dirty...

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Citing Iraq as a key example of U.S. resolve in "a global war" on terror, President Bush said Monday there would be no quick U.S. exit despite the strain of the war on American society.
"If we ever give up the desire to help people who want to live in a free society, we will have lost our soul as a nation," Bush said.

If by desire to help people you mean, bomb the living day lights out of the country and its civilians, if it means opening a prison in Cuba and breaking Geneva Convention, specifically Article 2 and 3 of Part I, and creating a complete security mess of the country, then that makes sense otherwise that comment has nothing to do with free society, and all to do with protecting the way of life of one people group and considering their life more important then others. Hate to loose that "soul" as a nation...

(Rant for the day)



6 comments:

Sarah Gingrich said...

I am again moved to thankfulness that, as followers of Christ, our citizenship is in Heaven; that we're part of a nation that cuts across every economic, political, racial, and language barrier to declare "Our God Reigns! Alleluia!"

Paul Morgun said...

AMEN!

DUSTINTHEWIND said...

paul you sound very hypocritical, you use the same excuse as you drop pellets on an innocent female. then you laugh it off in the name of freedom. love you man peace out

Paul Morgun said...

That is a good point...that crow had to die...my way of life was more important :)

Baron bleu-obscur said...

It is really refreshing to read this kind of post from somebody in the Canadian blogosphere coming from Western Canada!

I only hope you are in a majority to think about peace instead of war.

Paul Morgun said...

Thanks for your comment baron...