Tuesday, May 19, 2015


You can have your opinion about the invasion of Iraq…but you can't have your own facts.  Or something like that…

Misremembering Iraq
by Victor Davis Hanson in National Review Online

"...The former autocracy (Syria) was later threatened with red lines and ordered to abdicate by Barack Obama; the latter (Libya) was removed by force without either U.N. sanction or congressional approval. Both Syria and Libya are now wastelands and incubators of terrorism."

"...Stocks of WMD even today continue to turn up both in Iraq and in Syria; some may have fallen into the hands of ISIS, suggesting that the full story of Saddam’s chemical and biological arsenals still has never been fully told…."

The Biggest Lie
by Victor Davis Hanson in National Review Online

"...ISIS is rumored to have attempted to use mustard gas against the Kurds. Iraqi depots are periodically found, even as they are often dismissed as ossified beyond the point of easy use, or as already calibrated and rendered inert by either U.N. inspectors or U.S. occupation forces. But where did all the WMD come from, and why the sudden fright now about these stockpiles’ being deployed?…"


LL said...

Name ONE foreign policy success story to come from the Obama/Hillary years...just one.

And we are to believe that the architect of much of the Obama failures in foreign policy should be elevated to the position of "leader of the free world"?

Then again, most Americans would have difficulty finding Iraq or Afghanistan on a map -- even after all these years. We are a nation of sorry SOB's.

Race Bannon said...

I personally believe that some US Americans, don't, have maps, such as the Iraq, and South Africa.

LL said...

Maybe we need to hand out maps and copies of the Constitution instead of free cheese and ObamaPhones?