Sunday, March 12, 2006

Why do Liberals ignore threats?

From FNC:

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea accused the United States on Sunday
of stepping up preparations to attack and said that justified the communist
state's nuclear weapons program.
North Korea's Minju Joson newspaper cited
planned drills with South Korea and other U.S. military activity in the
Asia-Pacific region as evidence Washington was preparing to invade.

And of course, there's Iran.

If there's one thing I don't understand, it's the Liberal isolationism on things like this. The only time Democrats do seem to care about threats is when bashing Bush. ("Why Iraq? Why not North Korea?")

Other than that, not irritating other countries is apparently more important to Liberals than trying to protect our country.

Think about it: Churchill was maligned as a crazy old man for recognizing the Nazi threat. (The threat that Roosevelt and our leaders brilliantly and hawkishly allowed to grow to the beast it was when it caught us flat-footed at Pearl Harbor.)

Countless Liberals have excused Castro and the true horror of that regime.

During the Cold War(the war Liberals stubbornly refused to admit was actually a war.), "Arms races" were decried. After the KAL Incident, (Incident?? Hardly.) Liberal columnist bemoaned that it would be "used" by "cold warriors" and damage relations!

Now this: any threat that the our President dares recognize - if Liberals talk about it, it seems to be "Oh Gosh, I hope the President doesn't invade another country for oil!"

I know Republicans have also ignored threats. But it sure doesn't seem like as much as Liberals do.