Refuting The Top Ten Most Annoying Anti-War Cliches
Refuting The Top Ten Most Annoying Anti-War Cliches: 10) Why Is The U.S. Going To War With Iraq And Not North Korea? Let me answer that question with some questions. Why did we go to war with Hitler during WW2 and not Stalin immediately after? Why is Milosevic at The Hague today while Castro is still living in a palace in Cuba? Why is it that Mexico and Canada are in NAFTA, but Britain is not? For that matter, why are we going to invade Iraq and not France? Simple, they’re different countries, different situations, and they require different tactics to deal with them. If you don’t know what the differences are, it’s not because there are no differences, it’s because you’re not sufficiently informed. If you do want to find out more about the differences, here’s an editorial I wrote about the subject. If you don’t want to learn more about it, but you want to keep claiming that we should be threatening to invade N. Korea and not Iraq, then go ahead. That’s like putting an “ignorant and proud of it” stamp on your forehead and it should warn sensible people that they don’t need to waste time paying attention to you.