Vroom, just ignore him it’s never gonna stop and he revels in your discomfort over it. Zeb has some very passive aggressive childish undertones about him.
(On cue vrooms bodyguard steps in to stop his man from furhter hurting himself, this time pretending to be a Psychologist.)
Thank you for the analysis “Dr. Elk.” However, you are no better at analyzing people than you are political situations.
Was an admission that you are a liberal? If so, I could be wrong as I have not read all of your posts, but this is the first time that you have admitted to that. For that I commend you! I think the issue is now finally resolved.
I think you hit on a great topic, and one that sends liberals off the deep end. If only we would have failed in Iraq then they could have wagged the proverbial finger and stated in their sanctimonious tone: “I told you this would happen.”
Yes…we are winning and that is great news for all Americans and freedom loving people across the globe.
I never had any doubts that the US would indeed be able to carry forth it’s mission in Iraq. Naturally there were going to be detractors. You don’t turn a dictatorship into a democracy overnight. While we are not out of the woods yet there has been an definite reduction of American lives being lost, as the Iraqi people take control of their own destiny.
What is also interesting is that even the press has had to report on some of the positive happenings in Iraq. As the following report (from Chrenkoff) states: “Either there is more good news coming out of Iraq or the reporters are getting increasingly optimistic about the situation there, or both…”
"Good news from Iraq, Part 23
Note: Is the situation in Iraq getting better? It’s not really up to me to answer that question, but I can try to answer another one: is reporting from Iraq getting better? To find out, I decided to look back at the past installments of this series and do a little count. For the sake of simplicity I started with Part 6, which happened to be the first one to be also published by the “Opinion Journal”. When printed out, that July 19, 2004 edition of “Good news from Iraq” is 10 and a half pages long, and contains links to 71 “good news” stories. Since then, the length of each installment has fluctuated, but the overall trend has been up. So much so that the “Good news from Iraq” you’re reading now is 23 and a half pages long and contains 178 links to “good news stories.”
The same trend in evident in my “Good news from Afghanistan”. The first installment published by the “Opinion Journal” (and second overall in the series) of July 26, 2004, was 6 and a half pages long when printed out and contained 55 links. The latest one, number 10 of March 7, 2005, is 19 pages long and contains 124 links.
Either there is more and more good news coming out of both Iraq or Afghanistan, or the reporters are getting increasingly optimistic about the situation there, or both. Whatever’s the answer, it’s good news."