noun | \l i v b a t\ : preposterous nonsense, often demagogic, a major political figure (esp. Liberal) or media personality would say hoping to have it picked up and repeated by Low Information Voters in order to become conventional wisdom.
The only one lying here is you, and there's no sense of doing so as your words are here for all to see in perpetuity:
Oh boy, it's been the Germans and the Japanese and the Soviets and the Vietnamese, and the Chinese, and the Iranians and the Iraqis and the Syrians and the Libyans and........I'm sure I'm leaving somebody out. Main beneficiary to all this continual fear mongering and conflict, the MIC....
...probably everyone of them threatened US hegemony, and US business, I'll not deny that. -- Montecresto
http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...u-s-enemy.html (Americans Increasingly See Russia as Threat, Top U.S. Enemy)
Bull**** you have continuously pointed to the US as the aggressor state for the Pacific theater never once have you mentioned Japanese atrocities, you're not fooling anyone with your backtracking.I also haven't "apologised" for Japan,
A boycott is not Casus Belli, if you want to be accurate then you would have to acknowledge that the US did not place an embargo on Japan until the invasions and subsequent atrocities they perpetrated throughout Asia.I have however repeatedly pointed out, that Japan had no scheme devised of attacking the US, until AFTER economic war and other provocations from FDR. do keep things accurate, if that's possible.
Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy
Rudy's still a pretty popular figure and is a draw. I like Rudy. I can't say I approve of his words here, but generally speaking I like him a lot.
Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people. ~W.C. Fields