Thursday, November 20, 2003

Can you spot the wingnut?

Don't worry, any choice is fine.

Schroeder "desperate and depressed" by Istanbul attacks
NEW YORK, Nov 20 (AFP) - German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, arriving here on a trade mission, said the suicide bombs against British targets in Istanbul that killed 27 people Thursday had left him feeling "desperate and depressed."
"This shows once more that the fight against international terrorism has not been won," he told reporters at his hotel. "The fight has to be pursued with all strength and determination."
"This shows that there has to be a division of labor in the transatlantic alliance in the fight against terrorism," he said. "Everybody has to participate. Istanbul is not so far from Europe."
No word if his nose grew any longer.

But then there's that deep thinker, Weasley Clark - U.S. candidate Clark wants 'Greater Middle East' plan
NEW YORK - Presidential hopeful Wesley Clark contrasted his foreign policy on Thursday with President George W. Bush's occupation of Iraq and said if elected he would extend U.S. and European military and security partnerships to countries of the "Greater Middle East."

The retired general and former NATO commander told a foreign policy think-tank that his plan would adapt NATO's post-Cold War Partnership for Peace and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe to foster democracy and economic reform in the Middle East.
I always love the latest from Burpelson Air Force Base! Keep 'em unpolluted, Weasley!

These fellas are just another illustration of the "reputable left" being all for a War on Terror as long as no one actually does anything. Unfortunately, that's rather cold comfort when some knuckle draggers are trying to blow you up for watching Britney Spears. Then there's the disreputable left - they're egging the bastards on.