Friday, September 29, 2006

Oliver Stone echos Kerry's approach to counterterrorism

Oliver Stone, moonbat director extraordinaire, went to the Euros to profess his shame for the country a la Dixie Chicks. Color me with the "unsurprised" crayon. That doesn't bother me, since I've come to expect it from the self-flagellating left. However, this is what Ollie (being that brilliant political scholar that he is) had to say about how to deal with terrorism:
We did not fight back in the same way that the British fought the IRA or the Spanish government fought the Basques here. Terrorism is a manageable action. It can be lived with.
This sounds remarkably similar (and dangerously naive) to Senator Ketchup's approach to terrorism: it's a mere "nuisance". You know, like a mosquito or a sunburn or a Jehovah's Witness at the door or your aunt who always mentions her flare-ups at the dinner table? Terrorism can be "lived with"? "Just ignore that explosion across the street, children. It's just Hamas blowing up some more 'Zionist pigs' again. Hey, who wants ice cream?"

As Bush, Hastert, et al, accuse the left of not understanding the nature of the enemy, the leftists one-by-one prove the GOP's point. Folks, don't get mad when idiots like Stone speak. Be thankful. After all, the more that he and his kind talk, the further they reinforce the notion in normal America's head that they haven't the foggiest idea as to how to keep the country safe and destroy our enemies.