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Friday, November 09, 2007

Chris Dodd, Fuckwit Extraordinaire!

Yes, the moron actually said this in a diatribe on the HoPuff

With the law following our flag, we threw down tyrants and oppressors for two centuries; we rid the world of Nazism and Soviet communism; we proved that great strength can serve great virtue.

Yeah, right. Unlike your sheeplike supporters, I remember how hard you fought during the Cold War---to help the Soviets grow in Central America. Dodd, you're a fuckwit.

But wait! There's more!

Consider the trial of Zaccarias Moussaoui. Lt. Cmdr. Swift is especially convincing on this point. President Bush's enablers, he writes, have "cited the prosecution of Zaccarias Moussaoui as an example of why the federal justice system does not work."

Lt. Cmdr. Swift writes, "I completely disagree. In fact, Moussaoui is the perfect victory. Our system is shown to be fair. The court...struck a balance that protects both our values and our security. We didn't lose anything. Moussaoui ultimately showed himself to be a fool--deranged, a joke, hardly someone that we'd think of as a great Middle East martyr. Ultimately he's imprisoned in a place where his name will be forgotten forever. How is that not a great victory?"

Compare that case to the case of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who organized the attacks of 9/11. He was held in a secret prison, where he claims he was tortured severely. Whether he is lying or not, by our actions we have allowed Khalid Mohammed to claim the moral high ground. Khalid Mohammed plays martyr to a world that is inclined to believe it.

Moussaoui is the perfect victory? No, fuckwit Dodd. Moussaoui's head on a pike on display at the U.S Embassy in Saudi Arabia would be the perfect victory. And KSM can claim the moral high ground? Shit, motherfucker, if he had half a chance, he'd saw your head off with a rusty knife, and you talk about the high ground. Dumbass, it ain't always about the moral high ground, you dimwitted Peace Corps waste of good flesh.



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