Monday, January 16, 2006

"I Understand the Anger People Feel"

Seantor John McCain, frequently the wet dream of Democrats who feel they couldn't win a presidential election against Terri Schaivo, stepped to the plate on the US bombing of a small village in Pakistan to kill an Al-Qaeda operative (they missed - he never showed up for dinner. Faulty intellgence I guess.)

18 people were killed in the US Airstrike, including 6 children.


"I can't tell you that we wouldn't do the same thing again." Said McCain. But he does "understand the anger people feel." Well, that's nice. Empathy is half the battle.

McCain also said: "This war on terror has no boundaries. We have to go where these people are and we have to take them out." So look out London, Paris suburbs, Detroit, Artesia California: You may be next!


Blogger Unsane said...

ah-oh ubermenschen step on thee ants once more again.

2:46 PM  

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