Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Glorious People's Revolutionary Children's Choir Sings the Praises of Beloved Leader in Spontaneous Outburst of Patriotism

In other good news, sorghum production has risen by nearly seven percent! This is how the world (or at least Canada) sees America. I'm not sure about the "state sponsor of terrorism" bit, but even without it, we're a long way from being the country everyone looks up to:
have to tell you, that from a foreigner’s point of view, and this is true even in your closest allies (the majority of Britains, for example) you are a rogue nation. You invade people based on lies. You have no credibility on Iran. You are the boy who cried Wolf. You don’t obey the Geneva conventions. You have secret prisons. You torture people, including the citizens of your allies. You have abolished habeas corpus for classes of people. You kidnap foreigners and secretly ship them off to be tortured. You have endorsed Bush’s war crimes – crimes for which Americans hung Nazis who had been in no way involved the with the Holocaust. You could produce pictures of nukes and missiles and half the world wouldn’t believe you. Even if we did believe you, we don’t care enough to endorse going to war with Iran.. There are only two nations in the world who constantly talk about how they’re willing to nuke people without even being attacked first: The North Koreans - and the UNITED STATES. You gave up the ability to stop countries like Iran from getting nukes when you invaded a country like Iraq which had no nukes and no real possibility of getting them. That was your wad, and you blew it. You chose to be weak. At this point, for you to stop Iran would involve you in a war you cannot win – or at least no victory worth having. You can’t occupy Iran, so are you going to really glass Tehran or the entire country? Do you know what the world reaction would be? Do you know what would happen to the dollar? Are you out of your minds?

Ezra Klein on Malkin.
Want to know who works in the Office of the Vice President? Sorry. Speaking of Dick, does anybody in Louisiana still feel he's on our side? Really? How about now?

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