Wednesday, April 02, 2008
The super-highway of progress
I sez, "Facts which conflict with ideology are not speed-bumps on the super-highway of progress."
I sez, "A raging civil war is not a "sectarian strife" speed-bump."
I sez, "The unjustified death of a US soldier is not a "regrettable sacrifice" speed-bump. It is a foolish waste of life and the result of morally corrupt leadership."
I sez, "Murdered Iraqi civilians are more than ingrates incapable of dining on our abundant harvest of Liberty."
Candidate McCain seems to hold many Utopian ideologies dear, including a free market fundamentalism that is more properly called unregulated bubble-economics (bubbles rise in warm wind and like to go, "Pop!"); and, after 7+ years of America "moving in the wrong direction" he continues to idolize the responsible ideologies.
Ideas might come from Republicans and Democrats but that doesn't mean Ideas are partisan. A capable leader must simply use what works and discard what doesn't. By definition, an ideologue is a follower not a leader. An ideologue will drown in a mud-puddle believing he can fly his way out. Look at Herr Bush flap, flap, flapping away and you can see your future with McCain in charge (all flap no flight).
We are winning the war.
You are going to get more chocolate.
Strife is a measure of success.
Less is more.