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Sunday, May 16, 2004

The Sounds of Silence  

David Gelernter at The Weekly Standard, It's America's War
We need to hear from America's political leaders, loud and clear: 'Yes, we abominate the Abu Ghraib crimes but will not accept your forgetting what America has paid to liberate Iraq, will not allow foreign nations to slander the United States, will not permit you to forget what we and the British have accomplished: a world without Saddam Hussein; a vastly safer, profoundly better world. And no one will be allowed to dishonor American soldiers and this nation by telling us 'you're just as bad as Saddam'; that lie will never go unchallenged.'

We need to hear those things especially from Democrats. For the world to know that this nation is united, Democrats have to speak. They haven't. The message has not been delivered.
Just as moderate Moslems need to speak out about the barbaric outrages of the jihadists.

From both quarters, the silence is deafening. People might be forgiven for wondering just why that is.

posted by Kelly | 9:28 PM link
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