Last edited by Grant; 04-11-11 at 08:47 AM.
Sadly you are correct here. I do however love watching them spin Libya though. Telling themselves that it is somehow noble and stuff because 'the One' is now doing it....hahaha. Hell, Obama is so damned weak that he has to rely on Bush's playbook to take his own actions....
not likely to initiate an attack on the US directly or via proxy?
In your view of things, which of the following was/were superfluous?
- Formulation of the Bush Doctrine
- Congressional approval to use force
- Seeking a UN resolution authorizing the use force
I may be wrong.
I have no doubt lefties do not think, feel or believe Bush was right despite the overwhelming evidence that he was.
I fully expect lefties to go to their graves still believing the "Bush Lied" hoax.
Even 7 years after the guy who started the hoax admitted he made it all up they still refuse to admit what they know is true.
The national security of the United States can never be left in the hands of liberals.
Just war theory is a good bench mark for considering warfare, however today, the game is being changed by those looking to destroy an entire civilization, that changes the game.With the onset of the "war on terror," a growing number of political scientists, theologians and philosophers now contend that classic just-war theory fails to account for the challenges of 21st-century warfare – challenges that include terrorism, child soldiers, torture and violence by independent militia.
"The Bush administration didn't pay enough attention to securing the peace," he said. "So, we went in with enough troops to topple the regime, but not enough to prevent the total breakdown of order that followed."
Our Sunday Visitor: Is Catholic Church’s just-war theory just? Critics challenge it as outdated - U.s. - Catholic Online
Non Sequitur, the US had, and has enormous interests in the region. The Saudis were putting heavy pressure to take out Saddam.So, you concede that Iraq was "drawing a line short of" attacking the US and that Iraq was not likely to initiate an attack on the US directly or via proxy?
False premise, however I'd say the third one. The US is a sovereign nation, and has the ability to act unilaterally in protecting its interests.In your view of things, which of the following was/were superfluous?
Formulation of the Bush Doctrine
Congressional approval to use force
Seeking a UN resolution authorizing the use force