Saturday, November 12, 2005

From Bush's Speech Yesterday 

This deserves to be posted. I lifted this quote from a commentary comparing this speech to the Gettysburg Address. I must admit, there are many similarities between then and now (unpopular war, mounting casualties, etc). Anyway, here's the quote:
We don't know the course of our own struggle will take, or the sacrifices that might lie ahead. We do know, however, that the defense of freedom is worth our sacrifice, we do know the love of freedom is the mightiest force of history, and we do know the cause of freedom will once again prevail.
Freedom is worth fighing and dying for. That's why I support the war, even when things don't look as rosy as they could be. We're winning, we just need to stick with it.

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