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Pragmatism Is Another Word For Cowardice

In the middle of an illegal war in Iraq, which has branded him a war criminal in the eyes of the vast majority of people on earth, George W. Bush has made another attempt to turn America into an authoritarian nation. The Republican Congress wants to give the Fuhrer Bush control of the state National Guard forces. But luckily, as James Madison intended in that famous phrase “Ambition must be made to check ambition,” the governors have stood up as one for the principles of federalism.

At last weeks National Governor’ Association, the governors reminded Bush that “This provision was drafted without consultation or input from governors and represents an unprecedented shift in authority from governors as commander and chief of the guard, to the federal government.”

Help me stand up to George W. Bush. As governor of Ohio I will issue an executive order as commander in chief of the Ohio National Guard to prohibit the further deployment of Ohioans to Iraq. I’ve been criticized on the web by so-called pragmatic Democrats. A better word for them is unprincipled. The Democratic Party, John Kerry and Hillary Clinton are equally responsible for the illegal war and the deaths of 100,000 citizens in Iraq. If Democrats would be more principled, and less pragmatic, 100,000 innocent Iraqis would be alive and the United States would not be hated throughout the Middle East.

Pragmatism is another word for cowardice.

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  1. dael4
    dael4 says:

    If you recall the Jonestown http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonestown massacre, compare that to what has happened in our country and the lack of outrage today. Was Jonestown a prelude to the W DEATH CULT?

    Instead of working for peace, this administration has sought only war in the guise of the “Christian” ethic. May God have mercy on them.

    Persevering against the lies and absolute corruption of the present administration takes more than just passive observation. We as a nation should speak out against this CURRENT ongoing atrocity called the U.S. government.

    Did we not learn anything from Jim Jones? The comparison is that a “religious” leader has lead us away from the truth on a grand scale.

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