Thursday, September 11, 2008


Andrew J. Bacevich, a professor of history and international relations at Boston University and a retired Army colonel, discusses his new book, The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism.

ugh, god mccain just said at this pre-debate thing, almost the exact same fu*&$#% thing that he said about bil ladin, about washington.

"i'm from there, i've been there i know how to fix it."  well what the hell have you been doing there for the last 20 odd years?!?!  why didn't you fix it then?!  ugh, i wanna slap him.

sarah palin's interview, missed it.  looking online.  so she never hesitated to accept the job, never a thought crossed her mind.  great, ya that's the sort of thing you don't need to think about at all.

and she's saying the god comment was a repeat of ab lincoln's words.  that poor man is rolling over in his grave.  sorry, i know what she's saying sounds like the right thing to say, but other people have different goals than your own and you cannot force them on other people.  

in class tonight we talked about hinduism.  they have a million gods, because they have a million perspectives.  i'm not hindi but i respect them and their perspectives.  i pray we don't go wreaking havoc all over the globe.  

do these politicians have access to the Rand Corp report that said that terrorist cells get absorbed by the political parties and military force doesn't work.  that's what that guy on NPR was saying too.  

ugh, good lord, help me let it all go.  grant me serenity.

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