Friday, June 22, 2007

Digby shows us how it's done

I hate to retreat so quickly to my vituperative blogger persona, but this is just outrageous. Via Julia, I see that George Bush once again shows his philosophical depth:
Destroying human life in the hopes of saving human life is not ethical -- and it is not the only option before us.

Right. That's a perfectly respectable philosophy that's been held by many great people for centuries. It's called pacifism and it's about as far from the philosophy of this bloodthirsty boor as you can get.

In fairness, he may not realize that because when his briefers discuss the wanton killing of little Iraqi or Afghan children, it's not called "destroying human life in the hopes of saving human life" it's called "collateral damage."

She keeps going for a while, but she could have stopped there. His argument is already eviscerated.

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