Tuesday, August 28, 2007

The War on The War on Terror

There are those in America and abroad convinced that George W. Bush is more of a danger than Osama Bin Laden. But not everyone.

In an Op-Ed, a freshman journalism major at the University of Miami (FL) demonstrate that not all teens are far-left KOSKids hungering for the death of the Chimpy McBush. The author examines those who wage political war against the ones waging real war.

In this presidential election season, if there is anything at all that can be counted on, it is that each candidate will mention what our country has come to label its "War on Terror" and the September day that launched that war. They disparage administrative policies in Iraq, in Afghanistan, and across the world; if you elect them, so the message goes, they would be the ones to defeat terror, to find Osama Bin Laden, and to keep America safe from the terrorist threat .

Read it complete here: The War on the War on Terror

Though the phrasing may differ from candidate to candidate, the message is the same: If the terrorists are not defeated, our country cannot be safe. There are, to be sure, times when one prospective president or another will mention the importance of combating the roots of terrorism through increased aid or educational programs, but the thrust of the arguments is that our safety is contingent on our military success against the terrorists… that we have identified.


by Mondoreb

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