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By Douglas Chalmers, December 30, 2007 at 5:05 am Link to this comment
At least 20/20 is a “balanced view”, uhh. Being willing to learn from one’s experiences puts at least one of those Democrats well ahead of anything the Republicans can manage to produce.
And “learning from one’s experiences” is something more than merely spouting the same right-wing conservative garbage about uncaringly bombing other peoples’ countries, especially if they are democracies.
Or does Mike Luckovich now think that it was right to bomb and invade Iraq and Afghanistan since the events this week in Pakistan??? Any excuse for validating an imperialist’s error….... go bomb yet another country, uhh!
You guys are still fundamentally sexist and you just can’t seem to help yourselves. Go wave at the flag until the nuclear bombs and missiles finally do rain down on us all….......
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