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A Time for War

July 13, 2006

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The Bible tells us there is a time for peace and a time for war. For Israel, it is a time for war.
Why? Because the attacks in Gaza and Lebanon show the difference between terrorism and war. Terrorism is an attack on a nation by a rogue group, a group despised by the great majority of the population in which it resides. War is an attack by a nation against a nation, where an entire nation rises up and commits violence against another nation. How do you know the difference? When the population of the attacking nation supports the acts of violence. For Israel, this is WAR. And it would be wrong and counterproductive for Israel to defend itself with restraint. It’s time to bomb electrical plants and to destroy civilian infrastructure. Time to convince the Arab People that crossing borders to commit kidnappings is not fun and games. War is Hell.
ALSO: Novak now admits that Karl Rove was his source for TraitorGate. Bush orders treason, Rove carries it out, and from the mainstream media, we hear a quiet, bored yawn.
AND: Mark’s interview with the former Speaker of the Texas House, Ben Barnes, the man who got Dubya special privileges to get into the National Guard and now regrets his decision. A discussion of how the Democratic Party can win back the Reagan Democrats.

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  • Gandhi McSmith August 27, 2006 9:59 am

    Even after all the militarists have drawn their lines and declared victory or cease fires–the war of ideas will testify that the ends are inherent of the means–and war will beget more war–not peace

  • Bob August 5, 2006 10:28 am

    Pretty lame goal to cost ratio in my view.

  • Desert fox August 2, 2006 7:31 pm

    The two realizable goals are as desert mirages