August 11, 2005

“Why Casey Sheehan Died.”

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 7:54 pm

Much has been written and broadcast about the efforts of Cindy Sheehan, the mother of a soldier killed in Iraq, to meet with the President in Crawford Texas. Arriving in Crawford in a bus on which was painted “Impeachment Tour,” Ms. Sheehan seeks to ask the President, among other things, “Why did you kill my son? What did my son die for?”

Without questioning the genuineness of this woman’s unfathomable grief, Kid Various, at The Idiom, posits an answer to her question. In addressing her question, Kid Various eloquently tells us why losing the war against Islamofascists is not an option.

A sample:

[T]he enemy cannot destroy the United States of America. Not with one nuclear weapon, not with ten. Nuclear strikes would be a disaster unprecedented in American history, but they could not destroy us. Only we can do that.

The post delves into the unthinkable consequences of this country’s failure to prevail. To say it is chilling would be a gross understatement.

Go read it all. Please.


Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 1:38 am

Russ at TacJammer asks, “OK, now can we question their patriotism?”

Damned straight.

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