From McCain to Russia with Love.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

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Smitty 10:31 PM  



Did...did I miss something?

In the 21st Century, nations don't invade other nations. I got that right, right? That's what I heard, right?

Just...just checking.

Yeah. THIS is the guy we want to lead our nation.

Bob 7:40 AM  

Yes, you got it right. He said:

"In the 21st Century, nations don't invade other nations."

Your ears did not deceive.

Rickey Henderson 7:51 AM  

Rickey's going to do something silly and attempt to make sense out of that statement. It sounds like he's giving a shout out to Rumsfeld's failed idea of doing a war on the cheap (ie. spec ops and surgical strikes). Yeah, cause that worked so well in the past...

Either that or he John McCain believes that modern warfare consists of nations entering a Tron-like cyber environment and duking it out on light cycles. Seriously, dude's insane.

Sopor 9:14 AM  

I would be totally down for the Tron-Cycle battle! (BTW, have you guys heard the rumors of a Tron 2.0?)

But yea, 21st century nations don't Invade Other Nations. Unless you're us. And you have a good reason. Like WMDs, or terrorists, or oil... Then it's ok.

Rickey Henderson 3:20 PM  

Yeah Tron 2 is coming... starring Jeff Bridges. God help us all.

steves 5:30 PM  

"In the 21st Century, nations don't invade other nations."

Well, yes they do. The question then becomes when is it acceptable to do so? That statement is just stupid on many levels.

B Mac 10:04 PM  

On behalf of the liberal nutjobs, we have Exhibit A on the "Invading Iraq has ruined our credibility in on the world stage".

If McCain, or ANYONE, had used that statement in 2002, it would have been a perfectly acceptable (if naive and polyanne-ish) response to a belicose nation going ape-shit on a weak neighbor (Iraq invading Kuwait, etc.). But now?

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