Sunday, June 19, 2005

From antiwar.com
Ron Kovic on Mr Bush’s minders’ war
The Bush administration seems to have learned some very different lessons than we did from Vietnam. Where we learned of the deep immorality and obscenity of that war, they learned to be even more brutal, more violent and ruthless, i.e., "shock and awe." Sadly, the war on terror has become a war of terror. Where we learned to be more open and honest, to be more truthful, to expose, to express, to shatter the myths of the past, they seem to have learned the exact opposite--to hide, to censor, to fabricate, to mislead and deceive--to perpetuate those myths.
Reminds me of this recent Tom Tomorrow cartoon:

What if today’s mindset had been in place/force when Watergate happened?

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