Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Faith Based War

Supporters of the Iraq war feel that the money borrowed from future generations to pay for the war has been well invested. They believe that the benefits of the war outweigh the cost.

Have faith.

These patriots believe that the world will be a better place because of our actions, and that one day Iraq will be a free, and democratic society - one which will look upon the U.S. as a friend.

Let it be.

Why else would we spend three hundred billion dollars, and kill, and wound tens of thousands of human beings if it wasn't to turn Iraq into our trust muslim friend?


This faith based approach to foreign policy refuses to believe the war could possibly be a mistake. Like any religious crusade the Iraq war is fueled on the faith of its supporters.


While the borders of the homeland remain virtually undefended, and cargo containers with nuclear weapons could easily be brought into just about any U.S. port we are asked to believe that we have been made safer through our actions in Iraq.

Praise Him!

These lovers of freedom know in their hearts that Iraq was behind 9-11 no matter what anyone says.

In his infinite wisdom!

They know the Weapons of Mass Destruction were real.

You must believe!

And that our actions are justified!

Yes, justified my lord!

That torture is justifiable.

In the name of all that is holy!

That creating a terrorist state is justifiable.

In the name of God!

That lying to the U.N. is o.k.

Praise Him!

That lying to America is o.k.

His will be done.

That graft, corruption, and war profiteering is o.k.

God loves the sinner!

No matter how many enemies we create around the world.

We will prevail!

That the war in Iraq is God's will.

We are saved!

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