Thursday, June 30, 2005

The Politics of Cynicism
According to many on the left, Bush continues to play the 9/11 card because he has to:

He came back to 9/11 because he always comes back to 9/11. The emotions of that day trump all other emotions - and that's the bet Bush keeps making.
Has anyone considered the possibility that Bush really does believe the war in Iraq to be an extension of our pursuit of international terrorism? That's why I, for one, supported the war from the beginning and continue to do so.

To Democrats the only possible explanation is that Bush mentions 9/11 to drum up emotional responses—it's not possible that he's simply explaining what he believes. Well, here's a more rational analysis of the President's mentions of 9/11 the other night.

1 comment:

The Conservative UAW Guy said...

I agree that the war in Iraq is an extension of our pursuit of international terrorism. I think Bush believes that, as well.

I really like your site. Keep up the good work.