Sunday, August 21, 2005

Good Question

Scott, over at I Know What I Know, offers up an excellent question which should be asked whenever the commander-on-vacation explains our illegal and unnecessary invasion of Iraq saying "if we do not confront these evil men abroad, we will have to face them one day in our own cities and streets..." as he did again on Saturday.

So here’s the question: why does confronting them there mean that we won’t have to confront them here, too? Could someone make sure that Bush asks Tony Blair that question?

Don't hold your breath waiting for a reporter to ask the question. Maybe after a few more soldiers die and their mothers camp outside Dubya's residence demanding he explain the noble cause for which their children died. Maybe if Dubya's approval ratings go even lower. Then, maybe, some mainstream reporter will have the courage to call Dubya on his idiotic statement.

America can do better than George W. Bush.