Monday, November 21, 2005

Who They Really Are

I usually get a great deal of pleasure when people show their cards are reveal who they really are. While it was disturbing to hear the new "president" of Iran announce he wanted to destroy Israel, it was nonetheless helpful and clarifying for many people to hear.

Democrats and Liberals, in general often couch their statements to conceal or obfuscate what they truly believe (Quick: what is the Democratic party position on Iraq?).

With the media so dominated by liberals, it is good when the curtain is pulled back and we get a chance to understand where they are coming from.

Chris Matthews had such a moment yesterday:

"If we stop trying to figure out the other side, we've given up. The person on the other side is not evil -- they just have a different perspective."

The article continues:

He said Bush squandered an opportunity to unite the world against terrorism and instead made decisions that have built up worldwide animosity against his administration.

The fact that the world needs to be united against terrorism, says a lot about the state of the world. Believing that Mohammad Atta, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Osama bin Laden... merely have a "different perspective", says a lot about Chris Matthews.

What the Chris Matthews of this world forget is half the world celebrated 9/11 and another good portion (including too many American's) think we had it coming.

As usual with this sort of thinking, alternative suggestions and details on how it would pan out were not forthcoming.


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