February 21, 2003

"It's important - it's very important for our citizens to understand the significant change that took place on September the 11th, 2001. Obviously, it changed a lot of people's lives and we still mourn for the families who lost life. But it used to be that oceans - we thought oceans could protect us, that we were guarded by the oceans; and that if there was a threat overseas, as a result of the protection from the oceans, we could decide whether to be involved or not. It might affect us overseas, but it couldn't affect us at home. And therefore, we have the luxury of kind of picking and choosing gathering threats." - Like North Korea. The Cretin of Crawford, Kennesaw, Georgia, 2/20/03, regarding, I'm guessing, either smokin' out those damn evil oilfields that terrized our country on 9/11, or the oceans that abetted them.

Meanwhile, in an alternate universe
"America and our allies are called once again to defend the peace against an aggressive tyrant, and we accept this responsibility."
"If war is forced upon us, we will liberate the people of Iraq from a cruel and violent dictator." - Squinty the Coked-up Crackhead, Kennesaw, 2/20/03, in between video games.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

ehh... cognitively thoughts.