Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Top 11 Things That Anti-War Protesters Would Have Said At the Normandy Invasion on D-Day (Had There Been Anti-War Protesters At Normandy)

11. No blood for French Wine!

10. It’s been two and a half years since Pearl Harbor and they still haven’t brought Admiral Nagumo to justice

9. In 62 years, the date will be 6/6/6. A coincidence? I think not.

8. All this death and destruction is because the neo-cons are in the pocket of Israel

7. The soldiers are still on the beach, this invasion is a quagmire

6. Sure the holocaust is evil, but so was slavery

5. We are attacked by Japan and then attack France? Roosevelt is worse than the Kaiser!

4. Why bring democracy to Europe by force and not to Korea or Vietnam? I blame racism

3. This war doesn’t attack the root causes of Nazism

2. I support the troops, but invading Germany does not guarantee that in 56 years we won't have a President who's worse than Hitler

1. I don't see Roosevelt or Churchill storming the beaches -- they're Chicken Hawks


Anonymous Anonymous said...

These are TOTALLY great!

2:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

re: #8, technically speaking, weren't the ur-Neocons in the pocket of the Jewish Residents of the British Mandate in Palestine?

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roosevelt and Churchill both served in the military didn't they? While the chickenhawk label is b.s., Bush and Cheny both went out of their way to avoid military service (or at least combat).

2:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Nice revisionist slant. Bush volunteered for combat duty in Viet Nam but didn't get to go.

2:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Churchill yes, Roosevelt no.

Bush requested a program that would have sent him to Vietnam, but was not selected because he didn't have enough flight hours yet.

2:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Furthermore, Roosevelt was Secretary of the Navy in WWI. This is not a combat job, to my knowledge.

Churchill was a soldier but gave it up in favor of writing for a career. During WWI he was Roosevelt's counterpart in the UK. Not exactly a combat role, either.

The close friendship between Roosevelt & Churchill grew out of their work together as heads of the two navies.

3:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Churchill fought in the brutal Boer war in South Africa, escaping a Boer Prisoner of War camp. GWB flew fighters that were being phased out of the inventory. He asked to go to Viet Nam and was denied as the plane he was qualled on was being done away with. FDR the liberal hero of the ages did not serve in the armed forces much like his modern heir Bill Clinton

3:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Churchill felt responsible (rightly) for the debacle at Gallipoli, and rejoined the army. He spent time in the trenches on the Western Front, before re-entering politics. No question but that he saw horrible front-line action during WW1.

3:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So far, the influence of Leo Strauss brings forth the end of any possibility of social justice in a reactionary state. As Norman Mailer pointed out, Donald Rumsfeld's worldview leads our attention to the flagrant lies promulgated by the political donor class. Presumably, the appropriation of Arab resources provides a pretext for the seizure of the Iraqi Oil Ministry. Clearly, the 15-minute speech delivered Monday night by President Bush represents the repudiation of international law in order to bring about the final subjugation of the Middle East, beginning with the $90bn invasion of Iraq.

3:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It appears that Donald Rumsfeld's worldview is determined by capitalist interests which lead to an act of international violence that exceeds even those of the "liberal" Bill Clinton. It is quite remarkable that the deal between the Department of Defense and Halliburton unit Kellogg, Brown & Root brings forth the resurgence of White Supremacist ideologies. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the unstated purpose of this war is solid evidence of this calamity brought to us by a horrific onslaught, known as Shock and Awe. On the other hand, a minority of warmongers and apologists brings about the seizure of the Iraqi Oil Ministry.

3:25 PM  
Blogger h said...

And there are a heck of a lot of safer ways to serve in the Guard or Reserves than flying fighter jets. By the way, thanks, blogger, for ignoring the rule that all lists must be of a number divisible by five!

3:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Uh, is Mr. Anonymous being serious? If so, can someone please translate into English?

3:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Bush and Cheny both went out of their way to avoid military service (or at least combat)."

National Guard pilots routinely rotated through Vietnam. The worst place to hide from combat was as a fighter pilot.

And what about the millions of military stationed in Germany, England, France, Turkey, Greece, South Korea, Japan, the Philippines, etc.?

Were they also avoiding combat?

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Churchill served in the military, Roosevelt did not. (He did serve as Undersecretary of the Navy during WWI when Churchill was at the Admiralty, but that was a civilian political post.)

Bush SERVED in the Military. The Guard and Reserve count - especially when you spend two years on FULL TIME ACTIVE DUTY learning the dangerous business of flying fighter jets. (Where your chances of being killed in a training accident are a hell of a lot higher than your odds of being killed cruising the coast of the U.S. or Japan, as John Kerry did during most of his naval service.) After spending some time in the military Bush repented his initial reluctance to go to Vietnam and volunteered for combat there - and was turned down.

Over 90% of those who served in the active duty military in the Vietnam era never saw combat, because they were serving in places like Korea, Germany, Japan, Spain or in the rear areas in South Vietnam. Or keeping the U.S. safe from the Russian nuclear threat by flying interceptors in Texas. If anybody who wasn't shot at by a VC or NVA regular was a "chicken hawk", there sure were a Hell of a lot of 'em.

Dick Cheney requested and received 5 draft deferments - which wasn't unusual. John Kerry ALSO requested 5 draft deferments while at Yale, where he was already (contrary to his later claims) a very public anti-war protestor.

He was granted 4 and refused a 5th. So rather than face the draft and combat duty in Vietnam he volunteered for the safest branch of the active duty military, the Navy, and passed his first tour without ever hearing a gun fire in anger or paying more than a courtesy call on a Vietnamese port. (He shipped mostly stuck to the American west coast and the waters around Japan. Which didn't stop Kerry from claming this cruise as his "first" tour of duty in Vietnam.)

Kerry then decided that his political prospects and anti-war activism would be enhanced if he actually set foot in Vietnam, but he needed to find a "safe" way of playing combat tourist. So he volunteered for Coastal Command, whose Swift Boats served as a kind of coast guard for South Vietnam, checking ships for contraband. They hardly ever saw a VC or North Vietnamese soldier or sailor.

Kerry was quite surprised when *after* he joined Coastal Command was tasked with dangerous river patrol work. It was then that Kerry discovered the obscure Navy reg that excused anyone with three Purple Hearts from further combat and then somehow managed the miraculous feat of *earning* 3 Purple Hearts in a mere 90 days without ever once spending a night in the hospital and (in at least one case) without leaving any paper trail behind to indicate how he actually got the medal.

So, who spent the most time doing the most dangerous work during the Vietnam War? John "90 day wonder" Kerry, who *never* volunteered for combat duty, only stumbled into it by accident, or George W. "Top Gun" Bush? :-)

3:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wasn't FDR in a wheelchair? Kind of hard to qualify for service in that condition.

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How does Paris Hilton fit into this?

4:05 PM  
Blogger Nachum said...

Churchill actually wanted to go to Normandy, and the King was asked to talk him out of it. George VI said to him, "Sure, if I get to go too!" Churchill got the point.

Churchill was a reporter in the Boer War, arrested for being a little to helpful to one side. He saw actual combat in the Sudan (or perhaps Afghanistan, I forget), in one of the last great cavalry charges. Otherwise, he served in the British Army in a somewhat quiet time, and took time off to be a reporter at a few active fronts- Cuba and others.

I'm pretty sure Roosevelt got polio well after he became eligible for military service, not that it really matters.

4:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FDR got Polio ~1924, while in his 30s.

Imagine today's moonbats reaction to amphibious tanks that sink. Could they contain their glee long enough to be indignant for the cameras.

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Funny you chose Normandy for your mildly witty post. Because Normandy shows exactly what is so wrong about Bush's Iraq blunder, and why we who oppose the war do so. And why your suggestions are so far off the mark. Normandy was necessary. It was fought against an enemy well-understood. The leaders planned the invasion and the aftermath. Great sacrifice was asked of both nations and was gladly given. And by golly, we WON. It made the US and the world safer. The contrast with Bush is so stark as to make one weep. The rhetoric (blood, toil, tears, and sweat; we have nothing to fear but fear itself -- vs we'r gonnna smoke 'em out) is the least of it. Churchill and Roosevelt were leaders who called upon the best of us, mobilized their nations to the task at hand, and chose the right way to fight the enemy. Destroyed him. Bush, on the other hand, has no clue who the enemy really is, chose a way to engage that has made the enemy stronger and us weaker, and has not only not called upon us to sacrifice in any way to win the war against terrorism, he can't define what it is. And has seen to it that the sacrifice will fall upon the next generation.

So: a post somewhere between wit and half-wit that completely missed the point; and fails to realize the disaster that Bush has brought upon us. It's not that we're not in a war against terrorism. It's that Bush threw gas on the fire; whereas Churchill and Roosevelt, and Normandy, quenched it.

8:43 PM  
Blogger Brian said...

They would have also said:

- Why are we rebuilding Europe and forcing democracy down Japan's throat when blacks, women, and gays are suffering here?


- Hitler has been out there building daycare centers and early education programs. The US hasn't done that. Meanwhile, the people of Germany are so grateful they call their schooling programs "Hitler youth."

9:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All of this "Liberals woulda been all like..." talk is garbage. What did conservatives think about WW II? Guess what: they were isolationists. FDR was a liberal. Liberals supported the troops, believed in the mission, fought in the war, and earned the world's respect.

Great fucking analogy. Don't overwork that hamster lest he fly off the wheel. I hear they're hard to get back on.

9:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stupidest blog post I believe I have ever read.

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, Churchill told his generals that he was going to land with the troops on D-Day, and they couldn't dissuade him. Ultimately, they alerted the King, who, knowing that orders would have been useless, told Churchill that he too was going to come along for the party. This brought Churchill to his senses. (So, the last objection is wrong: Churchill was no 'chicken-hawk'.)


10:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not so fast with the "liberals backed WWII while conservatives were isolationists" spiel. Churchill was of course a member of the Conservative party. He was sounding the warning bell about Hitler back when the radical Left in Europe and in the U.S. was busy defending the Hitler-Stalin pact and warning us not to be dragged into war by the warmongering Brits and the "bankers." There were fools and monsters on both right and left in those days, and we're damned fortunate that great men like FDR and the unrepentant old imperialist Sir Winston were around to defeat them.

10:28 PM  
Blogger BostonMaggie said...

Churchill was not responsible for the tragedy at Gallipoli. Churchill wanted to push forward. The problem was the two Admirals successively in charge of the Bristish ships who wouldn't go forward and wanted to wait for troops Kitchner didn't want to send. History has vindicated Churchill.

10:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr Sid,
You must not have read much about the Normandy invasion or you would know that one of the things that was overlooked and cost thousands of lives and thousands more wounded was the bocage. Countless reports of troops/leaders not having idea about them. The solution to the bocage problem didn't come from Washington or London either. Sgt. Curtis G. Culin came up the idea of welding scrap iron onto the front of tanks to let them "chop" their way thru a hedgerow.

If the Lefty standard was applied to that then, we'd hear about how troops in the field are having to improvise their own equipment etc.

1:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought that commentary was from The Onion -Then I realized it wasn't funny.

Seriously though, That's like the umpteenth time some motherfucking 5 tooth per-household blogger who quotes Mencken on their header without one synapse firing over the historical legacy of Mencken -y'know, when he decided to change his tune in the latter part of his life:

"As a nationally syndicated columnist and author of numerous books he notably assaulted America's preoccupation with fundamentalist Christianity, attacked the "Booboisie," his word for the ignorant middle classes: "No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American middle class." Mencken heaped scorn not only upon self-serving public officials but the contemporary state of American democracy itself: in 1931, the legislature of the U. S. state of Arkansas passed a motion to pray for Mencken's soul, after he had raised the state to the "apex of moronia"

Now where does that sound familiar?

D-Day was part of an ongoing campaign in response to actual attacks and occupations by two axis powers -Not an act of outright agression to a "perceived" threat.
The very idea of ever putting Iraq and WW2 in the same context deserves to have a giant shit taken on them. Fuck you and the horse you came in on, maggot.

1:09 AM  
Blogger Pauli said...

Great post, thanks.

1:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

mpg,I didn't know the Luftwaffe was at Pearl Harbor...All the Nazis did was overrun Europe. But they didn't attack the US. Sure they sunk a few US ships and the Iraqis fired at US planes enforcing the no-fly zone, no big deal. 30-40 million people would have not been killed if a "pre-emptive" action had been taken in 1938...

1:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just great and are you not glad we did,nt have these jerks back in 1944? We would all be speaking german and we would have a dictator instead of a president we would have to hail and the swastika would be everywhere and these antiwar hippies would all be in a grave DEAD

8:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is my favorite NIGP Top 11 ever... Well done!

9:00 AM  
Blogger ChrisO said...

OK, it's an idiotic post, and another in a continuing series of "This is what liberals would say" that right wing bloggers seem to come up with whenever they can't think of anything of real value to post. And of course they have the added benefit of never being verifiable.

But what really strikes me is the efforts by "anonymous" to somehow make Kerry's experience in the Mekong Delta, being shot at and wounded while killing the enemy, LESS dangerous than Bush flying jets in the Texas skies. Talk about tortured logic. If any of these statistics about the dangers of flying jets are actually true, it's a sure bet that Bush didn't know them at the time. Or perhaps he did, which is what made a no-show posting in Alabama suddenly look so desirable.

Here's the kicker: "Kerry was quite surprised when *after* he joined Coastal Command was tasked with dangerous river patrol work. It was then that Kerry discovered the obscure Navy reg that excused anyone with three Purple Hearts from further combat and then somehow managed the miraculous feat of *earning* 3 Purple Hearts in a mere 90 days without ever once spending a night in the hospital and (in at least one case) without leaving any paper trail behind to indicate how he actually got the medal."

A couple of questions, anonymous (if that is your real name). Please cite where you learned that Kerry was "quite surprised" to be tasked with river patrol work. (Saying the Swifties told you doesn't count.) And please show a statistical analysis that demonstrates that three Purple Hearts in 90 days is "miraculous." Cause I'd hate to think you just pulled that out of your ass.

9:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Germans declared war on the US just after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One thing that libs today do not get is that they are not even close to liberals from 40, 50 or more years ago. Liberals back then actually cared about this country. They respected the government and its laws, customs and traditions. They did fight in the war right along with conservatives because they LOVED this country.

Liberals today do not love this country. At every turn they are trying to undermine it. They are against wire-tapping terrorist phone calls. They blame the US and its capitalism and imperialism for the terrorist attacks. There are groups that say every soldier's death in Iraq is a victory for the "freedom fighters" (and calling terrorists "freedom fighters" is such a joke it does not even deserve real discussion).

Today's liberals are a bunch of whiney, spoiled brats who do not understand world politics. They have a utopian ideal that we can all just hold hands and get along. And the funny part is that one of the main reasons we are hated by radical islam is the lives THEY live. You think radical islam likes gays, women's rights (not that that is bad, mind you, but they are against it), pornography, atheism, etc. What liberals have turned this country into in the last 30 or so years is a disgrace...

11:46 AM  
Blogger M.A. said...

Shorter Sisyphus: Because today's liberals oppose unnecessary wars, they're just as bad as 1940s Republicans.

8:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush Did Not Volunteer to Go to Vietnam

Why do so many Bush supporters keep repeating the lame myth that Bush volunteered to go to Vietnam. He didnt.

"When the president filled out his enlistment papers, those forms included a checkbox asking whether he wanted to serve overseas or not.

The president checked off the box labeled “I Do Not” volunteer to serve overseas."

Furthermore, President Bush when asked himself whether he volunteered to go to Vietnam he said NO.

Two weeks ago, when Tim Russert asked him point-blank whether “volunteer[ed] or enlist[ed] to go” to Vietnam, the president responded, “No, I didn’t. You’re right.”

This myth got started in the National Review, but its just a myth. Please let it go.


8:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

on December 11, 1941, GERMANY declared war on the United States.

8:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow the rightwingers are sure clever at creating imaginary strawmen to knock down around here.

Did you ever try actually responding to real critics of the President's reckless policies or real liberals rather than these imaginary demons you enjoy making fun of? Do you enjoy such intellectual masturbation so much?

Responding to real criticisms or offering real concrete evidence of accusations is apparently too hard.

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Because today's liberals oppose unnecessary wars, they're just as bad as 1940s Republicans."

You mean, in that 1940s Republicans thought the war they were opposing was unnecessary, but they were wrong?

8:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So what? Germany declared war on the U.S. on December 11, 1941. Words, mere words. By then, Germany was involved in a multifront war -- in North Africa, on the Eastern Front -- and posed no transatlantic threat, except possibly for an easily repulsed or avoided (just don't ship to belligerents) U-boat threat.

We were right to fight Germany, but the declaration of war didn't justify the fight.

8:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems to me goat-boy, that a little preemptive war along about 1935 would have been an awfully good thing.

9:22 PM  
Blogger M.A. said...

You mean, in that 1940s Republicans thought the war they were opposing was unnecessary, but they were wrong?

Shorter Anonymous: Yes, Saddam posed no threat whatsoever to the United States, but can you really prove the war was unnecessary?

9:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr Sid - Wrong! Normandy was NOT a necessity in defeating the Germans (the Russians had that one covered by 1944). It was done only to prevent the whole of Europe becoming a Russian province. We did it to bring freedom to Europe - just like we're doing in Iraq.

10:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SO WHAT if Germany declared war on the USA after we declared war against Japan!

How does that make us any less guilty of engaging in a war where we weren't actually threatened, since the Nazis in 1941 had virtually no forces capable of attacking the US homeland --- and never did mount attacks on our soil.

Since, as every modern liberal believes, "wars don't solve anything", America could have simply surrendered to Hitler, right?


10:20 PM  
Blogger ajtooley said...

Wait a minute. We attacked France? I thought the Germans were the ones who bombed Pearl Harbor!

10:26 PM  
Blogger Bongo Journalist said...

Ah, great post if it can set these moonbats to flying and squawking!

10:35 PM  
Blogger M.A. said...

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10:37 PM  
Blogger Darren said...

Notice how the crowd that doesn't like this post immediately resorts to name-calling?

I'm just saying....Talk about resorting to some tactic when you don't really have a point to make....

10:41 PM  
Blogger M.A. said...

Ah, great post if it can set these moonbats to flying and squawking!

Those who you call "moonbats," dearie,
Only fly and squawk in theory.
Liberal bloggers write of scandal,
But they don't fly off the handle;
Right-wing bloggers, they've got Malkin --
Call us angry? Look who's talkin'!
Every righty, soon or later,
Calls a liberal a traitor,
Screeches from his home suburban
That we ought to kill Dick Durbin;
And instead of births or weddings,
Look for items on beheadings.
Atrios can snark and mock
And righties go right into shock;
Colbert once proved, the night he spoke,
That righties cannot take a joke.
Left-wing bloggers have Edroso;
Right-wing humor? Merely so-so.
Why are all you right-wing wage-slaves
Humorless, unhinged, weird rage-slaves?

10:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The comparison is more apt than it might appear to be at first since Nazi Agents were active in sabotage despite the inability to attack the US in a direct manner. Isolationists of all stripes were quite willing to ignore the abhorent behavior of the totalitarian regimes in order to keep the peace.

Iraq itself is an enormous gamble, we could have taken down Saddam, made sure the WMDs were out, and left the Iraqis with a mess. President Bush will be judged based on the outcome of this gamble.

The readers on the left should argue the points on the merits rather than flinging invective and hate. Cheers

10:48 PM  
Blogger RPD said...

WW2 was of course all blowback from the Treaty of Versailles. Thus it was really the fault of the Allies for making Hitler what he was and and helped hm recruit to his ideology.

10:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boy, we have some real Alpha-male lefties posting on here tonight, don't we? "Ohh Rosco, I love it when you threaten all those horrid right-wingers." Somebody must have spiked the KY jelly with steroids!

Keep on beating your chest and looking the fool. You are making LOTS of converts out here in Jesusland.

10:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Left was totally against any war in Europe until the Nazis had the bad taste to violate their treaty with their allies the Soviet union and attack.

Oh, damn, did I actually say the Soviet Union was an ally of Nazi Germany?

Ah, yeah I did. When Hitler invaded Poland from the west, who do you think invaded Poland from the east?

While the rest of western europe was being slaughtered wholesale, Stalin provided goods and supplies to the Nazis from the 1930's, right up until the attack on Russia in june 1941.

For the months between September 1939 until June 1941, Soviet Russia provided the bulk of Nazi Germanys raw materials.

Yeah. The Progressive leftist land of the new stalinist man. The new utopia of Lenin helped the Nazis subjugate a continent.

And the leftist intelligencia of Europe and America stood by in support of all of it, the invasion of poland, france, the netherlands and the UK. So much for the 'peaceful wishes of the progressives". It wasnt until Herr Hitler invaded Russia that the left finally recongized the necessity of war against the fascists.

How different world history might have been had the only European power with a large army and airforce actually decided it was necessary to stop Hitler, instead of aiding him at every turn.

How different todays history might be if the left understood that the fight against the islamic fascist empire is their fight as well.

10:52 PM  
Blogger M.A. said...

Apparently your dad or mommy
Informed you "liberal" equals "commie,"
That's why you scream and turn quite green
At moderate, pro-gun Howard Dean
Or budget-balancing, hawkish Clinton --
You're rather strange, is what I'm hintin'.
The Commies liked the Nazis once,
Which makes me pro-Saddam? You dunce!

But still, I never can destroy a
Scintilla of your paranoia,
So though I do not wish to hurt you,
To sanity I can't convert you.
"Islamofascism" has a ring,
Alas, of course, there's no such thing;
It's just a made-up catch-all word
Applied to the whole Muslim herd,
And thus, the dupes were misdirected
And nodded heads when bush connected
Those enemies, Saddam and Osama --
You righties are the queens of drama.

11:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Umm, dude, perhaps limericks are your thing? "There once was a man from Nantucket..." that sort of stuff.
Give it a try; I think you'll find that it works for you.

11:27 PM  
Blogger Knemon said...

""Islamofascism" has a ring,
Alas, of course, there's no such thing;"


11:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's so funny about the moonbat response to this post is that it's funny BECAUSE nobody back then would have said such things. The list is, of course, ludicrous, as I assume it is intended to be. But then so are many of the arguments forwarded by the left today regarding Iraq, Bush's war record, etc.
I disagree with the comments suggesting that the US didn't have to fight Germany. Of course we had no choice. Well, we did have a choice, actually - appeasement. Had the US defeated Japan while allowing the Germans to conquer much of Europe, we could have established some sort of Cold War relationship with the Nazis, I suppose. What the hell, it would have meant fewer American deaths, and though plenty of European civilians would have died, we wouldn't have been responsible for them.
Hmmm - maybe this Top 11 list isn't so ludicrous after all. Send a few of the Kos Kiddies back in time and they would, I am sure, practice their nauseating moral relativism with the Nazis.

11:40 PM  
Blogger richard mcenroe said...

Frank Martin -- It goes back earlier than that. The Soviets actually provided covert armor and flight training to cadres of German officers and fliers specifically forbidden to Germany in the Versailles Treaty, since Stalin saw a rearmed Germany as a threat to the capitalist West. Stalin actually nurtured the eggs that would hatch the serpent that killed between 20 and 30 million Russians.

11:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The leaders planned the invasion and the aftermath"

Er, no they didn't - that is what Potsdam was all about.

Unfortunately for the Left, wars have to be won first, or within clear sight of victory before a sensible and coherent post-bellum state can be envisaged.

Instead, the Left seems to think that everyting must be clearly planned an spelt out in advance.

But Washington didn't do that in 1778.

And Lincoln of 1861 was differnet from Lincoln of 1865.

And the war aims of 1898 for Cuba and the Philippines were not what eventuated.

And Woodrow Wilson?

So the Left should perhaps take a cold shower, allow us (and by "us" I mean you Americans because nobody else has the balls to do so) to defeat the Islamofascists and we'll work out an exit strategy and post-war Mideast when they are all good and dead.

12:05 AM  
Blogger Damian Mann said...

This blog is for numb nuts and Bin Laden lovers. You help NO ONE with your ignorant tripe.

1:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This whole blog is hopeless. Every post is ignorant tripe . The stupidest ones don't allow you to comment. but, that's fine. You're all traitors.

1:57 AM  
Blogger AntiCitizenOne said...

Hitler needed a ploitical solution.

We should have used more Jaw-Jaw.


4:47 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Funny list. Thanks for the dose of humor this morning!

The problem with the asymmetrical warfare of the modern world is that while many nations desire to attack the United States or its interests, no one will actually declare war, like the Germans did.

6:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...and just WHO is going to clean up the environmental DISASTER on those beaches? Oil and wrecked vehicles everywhere, body parts and blood stains, expended (and some unexploded!) munitions. Those beaches have been TOTALLY destroyed for all time - they can NEVER recover.

6:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

RE: Dr. Sid "The leaders planned the invasion and the aftermath."

You are on the right track. Now maybe you are in for a shock if you restudy your history, all was not roses after going into Germany. I am not sure what war you can point to which the aftermath is all pat and dry like maybe a video game you play.

7:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Re: History has vindicated Churchill.

Maybe so, but Churchill didn't vindicate Churchill. It was his overall plan and it failed. He took responsibility for it and took it bad. Reports say when he served on the Western Front he almost seemed like a man who wanted to die.

Also, Churchill, throughout the 30's railed against both fascism and communism; he considered both to be threats to democracy. The Left rallied to anything their Soviet master told them to, thus the fall of France when the unions actively hindered the army

7:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You forgot
"All that destruction of that pristine coastal ecof-system -was it worth that?"

8:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's an idea you won't learn from left wing academics. WWII in Europe was primarily a conflict between two Socialist governments: National Socialists versus International Socialists, Germans versus Russians. Hitler and Stalin were both leaders of Socialist states, both were men with Napoleonic ambitions. They fought each other to the death, not because they were different but because they were the same.

Oh yeah. You forgot one thing that Liberals always say, ''Violence never solves anything.''

8:37 AM  
Blogger Chairman eDog said...

You know, #8 doesn't make any sense in the context of WWII. But then again, it really doesn't make any sense now either. Though, in the end, Hitler also blamed the Jews for the war.

8:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Right you are! The political Left has become completely brainless and entirely reactionary. They don't know what they are for, EXCEPT if Bush is for it, they're "a'gin it!! " (to get the spirit right you have to shout that "a'gin!" with the proper toothless vigor).

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Anyone who compares the Iraq War to WWII needs to read up on their history.

Hitler was a real threat; Japan was actually responsible for Pearl Harbor.

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A little "preemptive" retort to the obvious question I will get is, no Al Qaeda and Saddamm did not have a working relationship...

No, they likely did not. Of course Al Quada is a loose affiliation of various Islamist terrorist groups (al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya, al-Jihad, etc) rather than a single monolithic organization. Sadaam on the other hand generally preferred to support Arab Nationalist terrorists like the Abu Nidal, Abbu Abbas et al. But despite their differences there isn't a bright line separating these two groups of terrorists.

Case in point: Saddam sheltered and paid a government salary to Abdul Rahman Yasin which is actually a pretty direct connection to al-Qaiada and specifically to the 9/11 attack (Khalid Shaikh Mohammed who masterminded 9/11 funded the first WTC attack, his nephew was the team leader who recruited Yasin to make the bombs).

Saddam wasn't involved in the WTC bombing or 9/11 but as Yasin's case demonsrates his support for Arab nationalist terrorism and desire to poke America in the eye had him and his financial & logistical support in close proximity to those who were.

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War is not funny Dude. The reason that the U.S. went to war in Iraq is because George Bush is following the plan set out by the Project for the New American Century.


Calling each other names does not help anyone to understand what is really going on. Buzzwords such as moonbat do nothing but irritate and get in the way of people educating themselves on this complex mess in Iraq. Everyone should be mourning the deaths of Iraqi civilians. How often are these casualties reported? Do you sleep well at night being able to call them collateral damage? Is it that easy for you?

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Bemused is more like befuddled. With his correct report that conservatives were isolationist and FDR was a liberal, he fails in his syllogism to even rebut the main point, much less refute. He conveniently forgets that now the liberals are the isolationists and the conservatives are taking on the tyrants of the world. And for that conservatives must suffer the thousand cuts of the whining Left.
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"In mid-1998, the situation reversed; it was Iraq that reportedly took the initiative.
In March 1998, after Bin Ladin’s public fatwa against the United States, two al Qaeda members reportedly went to Iraq to meet with Iraqi intelligence.
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The 9/11 Commission Report, page 66.

You will notice that Al Qaeda is not mentioned by name in this quote. Thus, the claim "no ties between AQ and Iraq were found" is technically correct. But is is a fair statement ? Aye, there's the rub.

What I do find fascinating is the number of people who keep asserting what this report did or did not say. I have to wonder -- did they REALLY read it ? Or are they relying on someone else's account of what it says ?

For 50 bonus points -- and perhaps to spur some folks into reading the report in its entirety -- was this the only reported linkage between OBL and Iraq ?

And for 100 bonus points, why (according to the report) wasn't the relationship between OBL and Saddam stronger ??

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It's interesting that liberals like to talk about Bush's service record yet haven't the slightest idea about the military - this is almost entirely due to the fact that only a extreme minority of liberals have actually served their country. Oh, yeah, liberal atheists routinely give sermons to Christians as well. Yep. Those liberals love to go on for hours critiquing most anything they haven't the slightest clue about.

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Clinton lied, no one died. . . except those 2000 Serbian civilians. . .and there were those 82 poor saps in Waco, Texas. No one died except for that. . .

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