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John Edwards Says War On Terror Is A Political Slogan, A Bumper Sticker. Hillary Says We Are Safer Because Of Bush?

Posted by Casey on June 4, 2007


Edwards is the most annoying kind of idiot there is. We all know this isn’t the first time he’s said that he doesn’t believe the War on Terror is real, but this is the first time he’s been stupid enough to say it one day after a terrorist plot was foiled right here in the United States.

It happened today at a Democratic debate hosted by Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H.

Not only did Hillary disagree with Edwards, but she said we ARE safer because of Bush’s policies. Everyone grab your coats, and snowboards, cause hell has just frozen over.

Here’s how it went down …

AP:

Democratic presidential candidates clashed on Sunday over whether the Bush administration had made the country safer from terrorism after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards called President Bush’s global war on terrorism a “political slogan, a bumper sticker, that’s all it is” in the second televised debate pitting the eight Democratic contenders.

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is the front-runner in national polls, said she did not agree with Edwards characterization of the war on terrorism.

As a senator from New York, “I have seen first hand the terrible damage that can be inflicted on our country by a small band of terrorists.”

Meanwhile, the non-existant war on terror hit home this weekend.

As fun as it was to see Hillary and Edwards go at it … there is nothing in the world sweeter to hear than this:

Still, she said, “I believe we are safer than we were.”

HOLY MOTHER OF GOD! She actually admitted that we are safer, and Bush’s policies have been working … at least to a degree.

Kucinich had some interesting things to say as well:

Ohio Rep. Dennis Kucinich said the war on Iraq should not just be blamed on Bush, but on the Congress that authorized it.

U.S. troops “never should have been sent there in the first place,” he said. Rather than debate timetables and benchmarks, the Democratic-controlled Congress should “just say no money, the war’s over,” he said.

What a novel idea … actually blame those responsible for sending the troops in the first place.

Iraq wasn’t the only topic that yielded noteworthy responses.

To a question on whether English should be the official language in the United States, only former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel raised his hand in the affirmative.

But Obama protested the question itself, calling it “the kind of question that was designed precisely to divide us.” He said such questions “do a disservice to the American people.”

No Obama, if you take an elementary look at history you will see that a single national language unites a nation … it never divides it.

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