Re: George W. Bush's Suicidal Statecraft
- From: Josh Hill <usereplyto@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2005 16:22:41 -0400
On Sat, 15 Oct 2005 15:16:07 -0400, "doyle"
>"Josh Hill" <usereplyto@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> A hard-headed rundown from Zbigniew Brzezinski:
>> "In a bipartisan setting, it would be easier not only to scale down
>> the definition of success in Iraq but actually to get out - perhaps
>> even as early as next year. And the sooner the United States leaves,
>> the sooner the Shiites, Kurds and Sunnis will either reach a political
>> arrangement on their own or some combination of them will forcibly
><excerpt>Many of al-Zarqawi or Dr. Zawahiri's intercepted letters and
>communiqués reveal paranoid fears that Iraq is indeed becoming lost -
>but to the terrorists. The enemy speaks of constantly shifting tactics -
>try beheading contractors; no, turn to slaughtering Shiites; no, butcher
>teachers and school kids; no, go back to try to blow up American
>convoys. In contrast, we are consistent in our strategy - go after
>jihadists, train Iraqi security forces, promote consensual government so
>Iraq becomes an autonomous republic free to determine its own future. We
>will leave anytime the elected government of Iraq asks us to; the
>terrorists won't cease until they have rammed, Taliban-style, an
>8th-century theocracy down the throats of unwilling Iraqis.
>Historian Victor David Hansen in reply to Zbigniew Brzezinski's op-ed.
Are you genuinely unable to spot the flaw in what he says above,
"It was amazing I won. I was running against peace and prosperity
and incumbency." - George W. Bush
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