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My comments on two Daily Kos posts today.

The first reports that some news outlets have referred to Al Sadr's rebels as "anti-Iraqi" forces. This is distasteful to the Daily Kos, ostensibly because it is untrue. To Kos, the rebels are "anti-US", not "anti-Iraq", because the Iraqi government is illegitimate, having been appointed by the illegitimate Bush regime. If one follows that thinking to its logical conclusion, then one must conclude that the Daily Kos prefers a fundamentalist Islamic dictatorship in Iraq. Which of course they do - as long as Bush opposes it.

Kos also objects to the phrase "anti-Iraqi" because it's propaganda. Of course it is. So what? It's also true. Would Kos object to calling the Confederacy "anti-US" forces?

The second gloats that Bush almost never mentions the name Bin Laden anymore. Can you imagine Kos' reaction if Bush were using Bin Laden's image in ads right now? Imagine if we catch Bin Laden before November, and that fact just happens to get mentioned in some ads. I can hear the liberals howling now.

Criticizing Bush is not just a pastime for these people; it's an industry.







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