Failure to Launch
It’s a good thing the baddest Korean missile did the worst of the bunch tested. It “failed” yesterday. If it hadn’t, we might have needed to use the Son of Star Wars missile defense system that has never worked. Everybody say...Comment Posted By The Heretik On 5.07.2006 @ 09:22
". . .absolutely essential that we also win the hearts and minds of the hundreds of millions of Muslims who reject the violence and nihilism of the extremists and really do wish to rid themselves of the terrorists."
Totally agree with that.
So the challenge is there. Whether we have the heart and soul to win the hearts and minds will require more than the will of the few.Comment Posted By The Heretik On 1.07.2006 @ 16:32
Zarqawi TM, the Butcher Terrorist Murderer, is dead again, probably for the last time. After being killed several times before, it’s finally over. Zarqawi has been eliminated. This sober morning George Bush says:Comment Posted By The Heretik On 13.06.2006 @ 22:52
Zarqawi is dead, but the diffi...
Very clear a considerable amount of thought has gone into this. As you say, you are of two minds.
On the one hand you give the person of the president the benefit of the doubt, given "tradition" and precedent. On the other you believe "the administration" is overextending and posing a threat.
It's interesting that you bring up Erasmus, Luther, and "Romanists." For Luther believed faith alone, not the act, would save. I suspect most who would describe a confict between Luther and "Romanists" would take the side of faith saving a man rather than his deeds.
But the deeds you cite trouble you, as though you indeed hesitate to put faith in the man who is president. Or is it just his administration? Someone is responsible in the end for those deeds. Not the men in the ranks who make the claims for the president or who do the deeds for him. The President is responsible.
For me, trust us doesn't cut it. The proof is not just in the faith here but in the deeds. And the deeds say our faith in the President are misplaced.
AComment Posted By The Heretik On 25.01.2006 @ 19:31
REPUBLICANS ADMIT: WE HAVE NO IDEAS
JOHN WARNER, DISTINGUISHED cut and paste Republican senator from Virginia, may or may not be charged with plagiarism in the new cut and paste Republican â€œplanâ€ to cut and run from Iraq. Message: Get out, America. But there isComment Posted By The Heretik On 15.11.2005 @ 10:57
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