CommentsI was thinking along these same lines when I heard about our launching cruise missiles against Libya. Why are we always involving ourselves in affairs that have nothing to do with us? Democrats are notorious for these type of wars. Libya has a horrible leader, but so do most of the countries in the Middle East. Why did we not act in Somolia or Iran? Bush took out Iran's enemy Saddam and now Iran has gone rogue. We have got to be more discerning about the men we put in office.
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Why Didn’t We Listen?
Posted by Philip V. Brennan on Mar 19, 2011 at 07:55 PM
Blood of our young and entangling alliances
He minced no words in his farewell address to the nation for which he had done more in war and in peace than any of his compatriots. For that he was called “First in war and first in peace.”
Beware, he warned his generation and all those to follow, against entangling alliances – of allowing ourselves to become involved in the affairs of foreign nations and allowing foreign nations to become involved in our affairs.More...
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