Thursday, December 21, 2006

In the Midst of Madness

"When once a republic is corrupted there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption . . . every other correction is either useless or a new evil."
Thomas Jefferson

How long shall we go before we wake up to the madness that is being wrought by the idiocy, desperation and lies of our president and administration. The corruption and destruction and mayhem, there are so many words to describe it, is multiplied by more corruption as Jefferson says above, being useless or a new evil.

But when you are so convinced of your righteousness and the evil in the world that only you can irradicate, or die trying, actually allow others to die for you and your madness, there is only one thing to do. Admit no wrong and go full steam ahead with failed policies until something or someone stops you. Are you ready for Iran?

My question to my fellow Americans: How much longer do we suffer the idiocy of fools? As Robert Scheer points out:

The convenient lie behind all of this is that U.S. military occupation is the indispensable agent of Mideast enlightenment. No, we have become the enablers of Iraqi madness, be it in the form of torture or the ascendancy of religious tyranny in Iraq, where daily life has been reduced to an unmitigated horror.

Yet, like a junkie who needs one more hit to get his life in order, Bush is hooked on the drug of military might. If the Democrats continue to feed his dangerous habit they will only help Bush visit greater mayhem upon Iraq while undermining the core values of our own country.

God Bless us everyone, indeed! End this disaster now. End war now.

me in the EE

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