Wednesday, February 16, 2005

"On The Other Side"

Powerline post accuses ex-President of supporting terrorism.

Jimmy Carter isn't just misguided or ill-informed. He's on the other side.

Let's talk about who's on what "side", shall we?

Donald Rumsfeld:
His December 1983 tour of regional capitals included Baghdad, where he was to establish "direct contact between an envoy of President Reagan and President Saddam Hussein," while emphasizing "his close relationship" with the president. Rumsfeld met with Saddam, and the two discussed regional issues of mutual interest, shared enmity toward Iran and Syria, and the U.S.'s efforts to find alternative routes to transport Iraq's oil.....Rumsfeld also met with Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz, and the two agreed, "the U.S. and Iraq shared many common interests."

Dick Cheney:
WASHINGTON - Vice President Dick Cheney, who has called Iran "the world's leading exporter of terror," pushed to lift U.S. trade sanctions against Tehran while chairman of Halliburton Co. in the 1990s. And his company's offshore subsidiaries also expanded business in Iran.
"We seem to be sanction-happy as a government," Cheney said. "The problem is that the good Lord didn't see fit to always put oil and gas resources where there are democratic governments."

Ronald Reagan:
Now, Therefore, I, Ronald Reagan, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate March 21, 1982, as Afghanistan Day.

Every country and every people has a stake in the Afghan resistance, for the freedom fighters of Afghanistan are defending principles of independence and freedom that form the basis of global security and stability.

Yes, yes, let's talk about who is on our side.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blah, Blah, Blah.

You can't deny we're winning the war. Face it, you just want to see us lose so you'll have something to complain about.


4:05 PM  

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