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WFB agrees with Dave in Texas June 4, 2007

Posted by daveintexas in Current Events, History.

Iraq is slowly becoming Vietnam.

And he asks the $64,000 question (adjusted for inflation),

The question immediately posed is: Do we feel responsibility for what happens in the period ahead? The Iraqi government resembles the government of South Vietnam in 1973-4 in that Baghdad is fighting, as Saigon fought, for a political system free of overweening foreign elements. But Saigon could not hold out in the long run without U.S. military support, and neither can Baghdad.

He makes the point about the future and whether we take our obligation seriously.  I pointed how the North Vietnamese were willing to wait us out.

Heck I didn’t even know Buckley read my blog.

He probably delegates it to some staffer.



1. nicedeb - June 4, 2007

Maybe if you but me on your blogroll, he could read MY blog, too.

2. eddiebear - June 4, 2007

And what is sad is that a few liberals are already starting to fine tune the following meme regarding any impending civil unrest should they regain total power and bail out:

“Don’t blame us. It’s Bush who caused it. We’re sorry, but that’s how it goes.”

I only know this because the liberal MSMers in St. Louis,hardly the most creative ones in the world, are already parroting this line. As a result, the meme is starting to percolate.

3. daveintexas - June 4, 2007

Oh I’ll just send him a link to the pool pic nicedeb. He won’t waste anytime starting here.

I’ve been meaning to ask you where you got that picture for your av? Is it a target? Or is that one of those German war medals?

4. nicedeb - June 4, 2007

It’s a celtic cross, goofball.

5. daveintexas - June 4, 2007

Didn’t they like, worship aardvarks, and trees and stuff?

6. eddiebear - June 4, 2007


Here is a link to explain the Celtic Cross The history is up in the air, but it is pretty cool.

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