Saturday, January 28, 2017

Iraq -- perspective and stupidity

The stupidity never ends.

Never ever.

The foolish Ben Mathis-Lilley (SLATE) writes:

One of the few areas of agreement between George W. Bush's administration and the human rights community was that the United States was not at war, after 9/11, with the entire religion of Islam. The younger Bush's address to the nation on Sept. 20, 2001, made clear that he believed that the jihadist terror ideology was a perversion of Islam, not part of it:

We are not quoting Bully Boy Bush.

We're neither as stupid nor as desperate as Ben Mathis-Lilley.

What an idiot.

Bully Boy Bush made clear it was an attack on Muslims.

Check with the Arab world if that's too confusing for you, Ben Mathis-Lilley.

That it's confusing to anyone anywhere on the spectrum from the center to the left, is shocking.

That SLATE's acting as though Bully Boy Bush could ever be a voice of reason?

I'm sorry are we not supposedly worried about "normalizing"?

We're now attempting to beseech Bully Boy Bush into being a voice of reason?

Talk about a lack of perspective.

BBB is a War Criminal

In what world is this acceptable?

In other stupidity, REUTERS offers "Trump Refugee Order Dashes Hopes of Iraqis Who Helped the U.S."  How is it Donald's fault?  The article notes:

Iraqis coming to the United States under the Special Immigrant Visa program for Iraqis, which stopped accepting new applications in 2014, or the ongoing Direct Access Program for U.S.-Affiliated Iraqis are losing hope of ever getting out.

Was Donald president in 2014?

Again, where's the perspective?

Yup, Obama created list (for extra vetting) Trump then took it and applied total ban.

Yep, the media loves to pretend.  It's the originator of fake news.


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