You Don’t Win in Politics Playing Only Defense

That is the title of a great piece in The American Thinker written by Teri O’Brien of WLS radio in Chicago. This is an excerpt:

The New York Times reported this past week that most Americans don’t see the connection between the war in Iraq and defeating our current determined, patient enemy, one dedicated to killing Americans and ultimately destroying Western civilization. Sadly, I have to ask, is it any wonder?

The only thing more exhausting and pointless than the endless carping of the ankle biters in the 5th column MSM browbeating President Bush and other members of the administration about the ‘non-existent’ connection between Iraq and 9/11, is hearing the lame responses by some of those who supposedly do understand why it was absolutely essential to launch Saddam Hussein’s regime after 9/11. Sadly, I must include in that assessment the President’s responses during his Monday, August 21, 2006 presser.

I recommend that you go to the site and read the entire article. I hope it will remind our politicians that the best defense is a good offense.

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One Response to “You Don’t Win in Politics Playing Only Defense”

  1. Vigilante says:

    Defense Wins Championships and Against Terrorism. That’s the difference: Bust doesn’t get it. Everyone else does.