by Evert Cilliers aka Adam Ash
So Jeb Bush gets asked if he would have invaded Iraq “knowing what we know now,” and he flubs his answer.
But he got asked the wrong question.
The right question to ask Jeb Bush is this:
“How dare you run for president when you should be dying of shame instead, because your brother is a war criminal?”
We seemed to have banished simple morality from all our discussions of public policy.
We call the Iraq War our “most serious foreign policy blunder” instead of what it really was: a war crime. An evil deed conceived by evil men because Saddam Hussein cut oil deals with Russian, French and other foreign oil companies, instead of with American oil companies — a snub that our two Texas oil men in charge, Bush and Cheney, could not abide. So they committed a war crime, and lied our whole country into their war crime.
Their act of evil makes the all-too-often-invoked Nazi analogy applicable to America. Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld-Rice-Powell are the mini-Hitlers of our time, and our country, America, is the Nazi Germany of our time, because of the war crime of the Iraq War. Because of our evil, hundreds of thousands of Iraqi women and children are dead.