<!-- Begin meta tags generated by ORblogs --> </meta name="keywords" content="progressive, liberal, politics, government, edit, language, grammar, accuracy, honesty, clarity, world, news, media" /> </> <!-- End meta tags generated by ORblogs -->> Editor at Large: Rumsfeld: Critics of Bush are "confused"

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Rumsfeld: Critics of Bush are "confused"

Chickenhawk Don Rumsfeld says critics of the Bush administration are suffering from "moral and intellectual confusion" and lack the courage to fight terror.

Pretty ironic, coming from someone who suffers from moral and intellectual confusion and lacks the courage to fight with anything but the English language.

Of course, Rummy was talking to an audience of veterans at the American Legion convention, where his views aren't likely to provoke controversy.

His speech was part of Rove's strategy to take the offensive, on the eve of the fifth anniversary of 9/11, against people who have the audacity to question the war in Iraq. People like the majority of Americans.

Rumsfeld also recounted what he called the lessons of history, including efforts to appease Hitler in the 1930s, "because once again we face the same kind of challenges in efforts to confront the rising threat of a new type of fascism."

Well, at least he admits Bush is a fascist.



Blogger exigent said...

What an asshole. There is justifiable reason why so many of us think the same way.

All he is doing is further dividing the left from the right with these types of comments. By trying to make us look like the bad guys further blinds anyone who follows his words.

3:23 PM  
Blogger Editor at Large said...

Exigent: Anyone who follows Rummy's words is blind, deaf, and dumb. Apparently, "fascism" (e.g., Democrats promote fascism) is the GOP's new buzzword. We're probably going to be hearing it a lot before November.

10:09 AM  

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