The Clinton-Bin Laden Connection:
There is such a thing as an Unjust War (but Iraq isn’t it.)
By William John Hagan and N. Beaujon
May 2, 2005
Contrary to the thinking of the American Liberal, the majority of people in the United States have no interest in protesting the actions of their government. The vast majority of people have better things to do with their time then protest the minor failings of what is arguably the finest government in the world. Average Americans would rather spend their time working to support their families, shopping at Wal-Mart, catching a movie or any number of activities rather then spend their valuable time yelling slogans on local street corners at passing cars.
Not for the American Liberal. That’s the type of guy that refuses to shop at Wal-Mart or enjoy a cup of non-unionized Starbuck’s coffee, the protest for them is a religious affair. Like church (with no God, of course) it is a social activity and a good way to make friends with other annoying types who have nothing better to do but revile their country. Now, I have to be fair “some of my best friends are liberals”, they have no doubt voted for John Kerry and call themselves liberals because somehow that makes them feel progressive or reminds them of the fun they all had in the sixties
But the American liberal is a hypocrite. Where were these “men and women of conscience” when President Clinton supported NAFTA, resulting in the loss of almost a million union and non-union jobs to third world nations? * The murder of American citizens aboard the U.S.S. Cole and at two United States embassies in Africa by *[size=3]Usama Bin Laden did not lead to American Liberal’s besieging the streets. They simply accepted Clinton’s policy of appeasing Bin Laden by not taking any substantial action against Al-Qaeda. And no, by the way, firing a cruise missile into a baby food factory and another at nearly empty Al-Qaeda camp is not considered “substantial action” from a military perspective. (The remainder of this article can be read at nbeaujon.com/unjust_war.htm )