Friday, October 06, 2006

Good Point Mohammed

While visiting RightWingRocker, as I do almost daily, I came upon one of his posts that quoted Mohammed from the blog Iraq The Model. Quite an interesting take from an Iraqi. See what you think.

America's worst mistakes were hesitation, failing to invest the initial victory in Iraq and Afghanistan and not using her power and influence to achieve more. America simply did not act like a winner but instead stood idly like a weary giant doing nothing but complain about mosquito bites.Some might ask ... Do we have to do all of this? Go through all these battles and change those regimes?My answer is Yes. For one reason; terrorists and terror-supporting regimes have chosen war and America, and the values it stands for, is the target and they will not stop shooting at America until they are dead or arrested.It is a war that was imposed on the free world by murderous maniacs who would do anything to destroy the human civilization and they would not hesitate to use any means to destroy those who are different. Fighting those criminals now will cost less blood and resources than fighting them later.

Interesting. I think so. I think Mohammed has hit the nail squarely on the head. Now, how are we going to act?

Just a thought.


At 11:29 PM, Blogger RightWingRocker said...

Omar and Mohammed are by far the best bloggers in Iraq. Their optimism and genius rivals that of Ronald Reagan, and their English isn't too bad, either.

He was absolutely right in saying that it would be better for everyone if we would turn the guns on the Syrians and the Iranians at this point. We'll kill more terrorists and save more innocent lives that way. Doesn't mean we've failed - just means we could have done better by doing this, and we will do better when we do.

Enough of all this wasting time and effort with the UN. Just go in there and do the job.


PS - Thanks, as always, Ol' BC for the linkage and kind words. Hope you liked my recent attempt at a rant. Moonbat Monitor's doing so much better than I at that these days - I usually leave it to him anymore haha.

At 3:45 PM, Blogger Ol' BC said...

Ah RWR, you can't compare rants. M squared is much more subtle. Once in a while there will be a good one over there, but since I've been visiting, no grade A stuff.


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