Different River

”You can never step in the same river twice.” –Heraclitus

February 1, 2005

Where Were the Human Shields on Election Day?

Filed under: — Different River @ 12:41 am

From Michelle Malkin’s reader Joseph O’Neill:

Why don’t we see the human shields at the polls in Iraq? They were willing to protect Iraq from bombs before the war started. Why aren’t they protecting Iraq now?

Mass Backwards has one good answer:

Gee, I dunno, maybe because they never gave a rat’s ass about the fate of the Iraqi people, and were just a bunch of anti-American, Kool-aid felching j[------]s with their heads lodged up their collective poopchute.

That’s my theory and I’m sticking to it.

Then again, at least one of the “human shields” did care deeply about the people of Iraq, and concluded that he was wrong to be a human shield. Here is his story.

One Response to “Where Were the Human Shields on Election Day?”

  1. Gary Gray Says:

    I saw hundreds of the “human shield” types back in San Francisco of 1967. They all smoked dope to get rid of every sense of reality and called their new world taking a stand even if they don’t know what it was. Enuf said.

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