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Tuesday, May 18, 2004Mark Steyn, as usual, hits one out of the park. I seriously can't believe how clear thinking this guy is.
I've been slowly coming to the conclusion that the United States is no longer capable of conducting a war, because the press and the left in this country simply won't let us. They simply don't want us to ever win any war, and will do everything they can to undermine the effort. To say that this is un-American is an understatement.
Hindrocket over at Powerline made the same point a day or two ago.
If killing 3000 Americans in one blow isn't enough to get us to conduct a real war against a real enemy, then there's no hope for us, and Osama Bin Laden is right about us. If Bush doesn't get re-elected -- a prospect I sadly find more likely each day -- then we are seriously in for it. And Steyn is right -- Bush needs to start sounding more like Rumsfeld and less like Powell. We need more talk about kiling and destroying and defeating, and less talk about apologizing and "bringing to justice".
Kicking Bush out of office will be a clear sign to the terrorists that we don't have the stomach to stand up to them. It will be a clear sign that they can decapitate innocent Americans without fear of retribution or consequence.
The terrorists must be killed. There is no other alternative. If they aren't killed, they will kill us. It is as simple as that.
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