The leader of the government regularly sits down with his senior generals and spies and advisers and reviews a list of the people they want him to authorize their agents to kill. They do this every Tuesday morning when the leader is in town. The leader once condemned any practice even close to this, but now relishes the killing because he has convinced himself that it is a sane and sterile way to keep his country safe and himself in power. The leader, who is running for re-election, even invited his campaign manager to join the group that decides whom...
....also, in Iraq we scared the daylights out of Kaddafi, such that he ended his quest for nukes. In Afghanistan we temporarily restrained the Taliban, but drove Al Quida elsewhere (Iraq, Pakistan and the hills). We need to rethink strategy and goals in foreign wars. We should determine what "winning" means ahead of time, and once we've "won," get out. I think we should have left Iraq after taking out Saddam. He was the threat, we got him out. Afghanistan? That was the worst of the two conflicts in my estimation. We didn't accomplish much there, other than temporary restraint and the re-organization elsewhere of a terrorist organization.
- Quotes of the day Allahpundit 12 hours ago
- Video: How does the president’s tone help solve the problem? Mary Katharine Ham 12 hours ago
- Obama’s law professor: There’s a “very high risk” that a federal court is going to gut ObamaCare Allahpundit 13 hours ago
- This is CNN: White gay man and black woman argue over who is ‘stealing’ the other’s culture Noah Rothman 14 hours ago
- Palin makes the case for impeaching Obama Allahpundit 14 hours ago
- Video: Megyn Kelly vs. Nancy Pelosi on the Hobby Lobby ruling Allahpundit 15 hours ago