Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Edwards: Move Past 'War on Terror'

AP reported Democrat John Edwards Wednesday repudiated the notion that there is a "global war on terror," calling it an ideological doctrine advanced by the Bush administration that has strained American military resources and emboldened terrorists.
The Twin Towers are still there. Bush just hid them using a Romulan Cloaking Device.
In a defense policy speech he planned to deliver at the Council on Foreign Relations, Edwards called the war on terror a "bumper sticker" slogan Bush had used to justify everything from abuses at the Abu Ghraib prison to the invasion of Iraq. "We need a post-Bush, post-9/11, post-Iraq military that is mission focused on protecting Americans from 21st century threats,
Like Islamoterrorism?
not misused for discredited ideological purposes," Edwards said in remarks prepared for delivery. "By framing this as a war, we have walked right into the trap the terrorists have set—that we are engaged in some kind of clash of civilizations
Do you prefer the 8th century?
and a war on Islam."

You want to "move past" the War on Terror. To a state of full Dhimmi status?

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