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Monday, August 18, 2008

McCain Invasion Thoughts



Over the next couple of days you are going to see a few of these posters created by SteveO of Bring It ON! SteveO has a very creative mind and I'm very thankful to him and the rest of my friends at BIO for letting me sort of steal these thought provoking pictures that he is creating on a daily basis.

Did Senator McCain forget about Afghanistan and Iraq?

Papamoka

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Infidel753 said...

It's not strictly fair to compare the Russian invasion of Georgia to the American invasion of Iraq.

The Russians intervened to stop an actual war which had suddenly been started very close to their own border and which was driving a large flow of refugees into Russian terrtory. They intervened to protect Russian citizens, several hundred of whom had already been killed by the aggressors. And they were retaliating for the killing and wounding of Russian peacekeeping troops in the area.

No equivalent considerations applied in the case of Iraq.

9:01 PM  
Blogger Papamoka said...

Infidel, you have to be one of the few people in the world that is up to date on the facts of what is really going on in the Georgia and Russian conflict.

Your comment proves SteveO's pictures that make people think and look at the bigger picture and not the hype.

Watch this blog for the next SteveO poster that just isn't a blog post but a message to look beyond the smoke and mirrors of politics. You have to admit that Senator McCain is really not in control of his own campaign and his recolection of current history is becoming less clear as the election goes on.

As for Iraq, President Bush lied and we just steam rolled in with the greatest military strength the world has ever seen simply because he wanted too.

9:56 PM  
Anonymous Infidel753 said...

Infidel, you have to be one of the few people in the world that is up to date on the facts of what is really going on in the Georgia and Russian conflict.

Well, me and 148 million Russians :-) Eastern Europe including Russia is a special area of interest for me, so I do know a fair bit about the background of this conflict.

I think this is rather telling.

Watch this blog for the next SteveO poster that just isn't a blog post but a message to look beyond the smoke and mirrors of politics.

No fear, I check your site at least once a day.

11:17 PM  

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