The Crisis of Our Times

"Not by force of arms are civilizations held together, but by subtle threads of moral and intellectual principle." -Russell Kirk

Location: Detroit, Michigan, United States

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Hunt for WMDs over...try again?

Its old news by now, but the hunt for Iraqi WMD's is now over. It has been reported that "Bush has expressed disappointment that no weapons or weapons programs were found." Don't worry though folks, we'll try again in Iran. And if not there, we'll go to Korea (Third times a charm). Check out The National Review Online for feeble war appologetics (poor magazine hasn't been worth reading since Peter Brimelow and Sobran left). It was recently reported in The Times that the National Review has (in an editorial) had a change of heart and started critizing the War for Iraqi Democracy. I haven't read the article yet, but those ladies and gents out there in hawkland may have to stick with Bill Kristol and the Weekly Standard. They haven't even had a second thought about our cakewalk war, even as more and more conservatives wake from their lapse of reason. Kristol dosen't care "If we [neoconservatives] have to make common cause with the more hawkish liberals and fight the conservatives, that is fine with me." He dosen't care as long as there's a good fight to be fought (and there will be he assures--even if he has to make up reasons).

Stay Tuned. And Remember boys and girls, America is always in Danger as long as there's another country in the world (and there's only one way we can take care of that).


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