Tuesday, September 05, 2006

If You're Against The War, You're For Slavery

I know I'm an outsider, but being fully aware of the impact that America has on my life, I tend to follow what goes on over the pond, closely.

Secretary of State Rice compared the Iraq war with the American Civil War, telling a magazine that slavery might have lasted longer in this country if the North had decided to end the fight early.

"I'm sure there are people who thought it was a mistake to fight the Civil War to its end and to insist that the emancipation of slaves would hold," Rice said in the new issue of Essence magazine.

"I know there were people who said, 'Why don't we get out of this now, take a peace with the South, but leave the South with slaves?'" Rice said.

The rest of the report can be found here.

Is it me, or is the Republican Party starting to panic? We've now had most of the major players in Bush's cabal come out with increasingly extreme and inflammitory language. Do they have any idea how this is playing in the rest of the world. As each sector and interest group is singled out and publically pilloried and attacked, the impression of a government moving ever more desperately becomes apparant.

I truely pray that Americans get it right this time around.

1 comment:

sandegaye said...

Lord, they were on a roll this week, weren't they? Bush likening the war to WWII & Condi w/ her Civil War jive.
It's Viet Nam folks, pure & simple.. an effort in futility.
Bush will never recognize that, since he never went to Viet Nam.
He still has his head in the sand.

Lucky you! You lose your nutjob on July 26th. We're stuck w/ ours for the duration.. ugh.