Thursday, September 14, 2006

Tony Blair is right...

I copied this out of a previous post because it deserves to stand on it's own. There's also an update below that just irks the heck out of me.

Tony Blair admonishes anti-AmericanismIt seems clear that we're not going to have the cojones to truly take the upper hand in the war against Islamic Fascism. I'll say this though: Tony Blair has done his part.
"The danger with America today is not that they are too much involved." ... "We want them engaged. The reality is that none of the problems that press in on us can be resolved or even contemplated without them"
Bravo Mr. Blair.

Jimmy carter is either shamelessly anti-American or recklessly naive.

For God's sake... can someone please tell Carter that he's not helping!!!
"Ex-US President Jimmy Carter has said he is "disappointed" by the apparently subservient attitude of the British government towards the White House.

Mr Carter said Tony Blair was a good man, but could have used his influence with President Bush more wisely. ...

... Mr Carter told Newsnight: "I have been really disappointed in the apparent subservience of the British government's policies related to many of the serious mistakes that have been originated in Washington."

Mr Carter, an opponent of the US-led war in Iraq, added: "No matter what kind of radical or ill-advised policy was proposed from the White House, it seems to me that almost automatically the government of Great Britain would adopt the same policy without exerting its influence. ...

... Asked if he thought Britain was exerting its influence behind the scenes, Jimmy Carter replied he had seen no evidence of that.

"I haven't seen the corrective effect of British disagreement with what the White House has proposed. It may be there, it hasn't been evident to the public," he said.
I don't know about this, but Jimmy is flat-out delusional. He would be the first one the Islamic Fascists/Radicals would kill if he wasn't so damn helpful to their cause. Correction... they don't care, they'd kill him without blinking an eye.

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