I replied to someone else's statement that 2 years agao people were talking about WMDS by pointing out that the President (Clinton) was talking about them 4 years ago. You then implied Clinton would never start dropping bombs on a metropolitan city without first solidifying the intelligence and justifying his case to the world. I pointed out he was no better (i.e six of one half dozen of the other). So don't start whining now that I brought Clinton in to it.<br><br>
Fair enough, fair enough. But you do have a strong history of it and maybe that is where I mistakenly jumped to conclusions. I'll be more careful with my whining <br><br>...still, beside the point or not, now that you have mentioned it twice how on earth are Clinton's foreign policy mistakes on par with what Bush has created in Iraq or elsewhere (the other half a dozen as you say)?<br><br>All presidents make mistakes, we can certainly agree on that (well, Bush wouldn't), but the degree of the mistake is what makes the difference. Terrorizing a cuban boy and his family is bad, but its just not of the same magnitude as deaths of thousands and critically wounding tens of thousands, bankrupting the treasury, demolishing our respect around the globe, etc.<br><br>There is nothing more reprehensible for a nation's leader to do than taking the country into a war that even *might be* unavoidable. Nothing. <br><br><br>Well... except getting a blowjob. <br><br>
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