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Monday, August 16, 2004


Changing America's World Involvement

Vodkapundit has a great post on the evolving nature of American non-Isolationism with respect (and a bit of well-deserved disrespect) to Europe (by which he and I both mean two small (geographically and 'minded'), lazy, socalist countries:

So France and Germany can go on being just as bratty as they want, but the US is not about to retreat from the world stage. Far from being the cause of some resurgent US isolationism, Franco-German failure to bear their burden in the new War will only enhance the US presence on the world stage, while minimizing their own. That said, re-read the two paragraphs above this one.
I agree. Americas will not simply draw back into our collective shell as we did during the 90's (at least not if W stays in charge) for the simple reason that we have seen that 'defense' proven to be indefensible in a most horrifying way. Simply put, the two great oceans are no barrier against the enemies of the 21st century.

So we will continue to use our military and economic power to shape the world as we see fit. With any luck we will choose leaders who have the vision and the guts to both see what is necessary and right, and actually do it.

And while we're at it, the rest of the world has a choice: You're either on the side of freedom and peace through superior firepower (that would be us), or your with the bad guys.


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