The battle is just as real, even if the type of battle is very different. And yet yesterday's heroes, like John Murtha, say things like:
"We're not fighting terrorism in Iraq. We're fighting a civil war in Iraq. We've got to give them an incentive. We fought our Civil War. Let them fight their civil war."Until the last al Qaeda operative in Iraq packs up and goes back to Iran, Syria, Yemen or whatever other fascist hell-hole they crawled out of, what we are fighting is not a civil war. It is an international conflict between freedom and fear, liberty and repression, hope and hopelessness.
Well, at least Murtha's right on one thing:
He also said Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., could win the Democratic nomination for president in 2008, but that she would lose in the general election.Source for photo and story: AP