Wednesday, February 14, 2007

My Response To One Question

A question was asked if President Bush believed that people who say "I support the troops, but not the war." And Bush replied that he did, but didn't give a very good explanation of his meaning.

Here's what Bush should have said:
"Sure, I believe that you can support the troops, but not the war. You are entitled to your opinion just as every other American is. However, if you claim to support the troops, then do things like picket the hospital where they were sent to when they were wounded, spit on them at an anti-war protest, or decide to cut off their funding, it's very obvious that you are lying through your teeth."