No need for ‘victory?’
Erick wasn’t the only one who noticed that the President’s speech last night contained no use of the word ‘victory:’ Andrew Malcolm over at the LA Times’ blog observed that, too. President Obama spoke 4,582 words in his primetime Afghanistan war speech at West Point last night. He said “al Qaeda” 22 times. He mentioned the “Taliban” 12 times. And here’s how many times the | Read More »
I’m surprised that this hasn’t seen more play.
After all, we have a Democrat as President: it’s acceptable to pretend to be for freedom and democracy again. (Via Holger Awakens, via Tennesseefree.com) Three things: 1). What do we know about this guy? Or when it was made? 2). If we had listened to Obama in 2006, this guy would probably be dead right now. 3). Not In Your Name, antiwar movement. Not then. | Read More »