Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Halliburton? What About France, UN?

Lee, at Right Thinking from the Left Coast, has a good point.

The thing that really should surprise me (and doesn’t) is the vacuous silence we’re hearing from the left on these matters. Despite there being not a shred of evidence, we constantly hear charges of corruption when it comes to the Bush administration, Halliburton, and Iraq. Yet here we have a clear-cut case of corruption, one which obviously kept the Iraqi people enslaved and dying, yet because it concerns the beloved United Nations and France (which has free health care, you know) we don’t hear so much as a peep from the protesting hippy left.

Americans and American corporations are to be protested at every instance, but the UN and France always get a free pass. That’s the credo of the American left, my friends. Blame America first at every possible opportunity.

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