Monday, January 01, 2007

3000 is too many, according to the Liberals.

A milestone we have been waiting for, some with baited breath, some with dread. The Liberals already had their stories written, waiting for the moment when they could unleash the thought provoking we have lost pieces on the public.

War can make poets. The British World War I soldier Wilfred Owen had lived as a minor disciple of literary giants until he was thrust into the abattoir of Europe's cataclysmic war to discover the brutal theme of his art. "Nor is it about deeds, or lands, nor anything about glory, honour, might, majesty, dominion, or power, except War," he wrote. "My subject is War, and the pity of War." The war invested meaning into his words, giving them a dark significance that still evokes heartbreak.
But can war provide similar meaning to a number? What can now be derived from reaching the grim milestone of 3,000 American dead in Iraq?


Yes, when the news of this milestone broke, he was ready, with an obscure poet reference from World War I. Just happened to be on his desk right? Look man, I was born at night, just not last night.

The Iraq war is too expensive right? With the new milestone of 3000 dead, Michael Moore hopes you will do something about it. What does he hope you will do? Jump on his demented bandwagon towed by lies and declare the war lost.

Michael, since I know you are looking for a good movie plot to work on, how about the death statistics in this nation?

1 in 248 citizens died in 2006 from abortions. How did I get that? Easy, with 298,444,215 people in America, I divided that number with the number of Abortions in the nation. I used 1.2 Million Abortions, which is probably low.

An estimated 4,380 Americans were murdered by Illegal Aliens in 2005. Far more than we have lost in Iraq since 2003 when the invasion started.

An estimated 21,900 Americans have died in Automobile accidents with Illegal Immigrants.

What is Illegal Immigration costing us? Click here for the current numbers on the immigration counter.

There are some 42,000 automobile accident fatalities this last year.

AIDS is set to become the third leading killer, and we still won't treat it like a contagious disease.

It's a shame that the Liberals don't care about those groups. All much larger, and with a much larger impact from action. It's a crying shame that the Liberals are determined to keep innocent Americans at home in real danger from the Illegal Immigrants who continue to victimize all of us every day. It's a tragic situation that AIDS continues to spread in the population, because AIDS isn't treated like the Deadly Contagious Disease it is.

I would bemoan the loss of life to Abortions, but frankly, I hope that the Liberals continue to get abortions, and don't have children. As the Liberal Population continues to decline, in another generation, perhaps two, we will have a massive majority of Conservatives, and that will mean the death of Liberalism.

It's a shame that the Liberals don't demand a Darfur type of massive action to save the Iraqi's lives, but that would be too much to expect.

UPDATE: I made an error this morning, before I went to bed, I accidentally deleted a paragraph. I am going to re-create it below because it was supposed to be there anyway.

I for one wish that no service members were killed or wounded. However the requirement to place people in harms way is one which this nation has done more than once in our history. When we place troops in harms way, we have a moral obligation to make sure we support those troops, and the mission with our fullest ability. That means we confidently announce to the enemy that we will not surrender, we will destroy them. The war isn't over until there is one of three conditions. The enemy surrenders, the enemy is eliminated. the enemy's ability to make war is eliminated. With an all volunteer military, we owe it to those who join to support them and give them the freedom necessary to be victorious.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Kristy said...

"When we place troops in harms way, we have a moral obligation to make sure we support those troops, and the mission with our fullest ability." --AMEN to that!!

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such an strong, important comment. I has made me look at things in a new way and I thank you for that!!
Peace to you!

8:27 PM  
Blogger Max Conservative said...

Kristy, it was my pleasure, and I can tell you I wasn't speaking from some philosophical principal, but from my own life experience, and my own setbacks. I sincerely hope that this year you won't have as many as you apparently had last year.

3:00 AM  

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