Thursday, June 01, 2006

Cheney is at the Heart of All America's Foreign Policy Problems

yet again Mr. Cheney is against talking to Iran even though that is really the only viable option. Yet again, Cheney proves just how terrible he really is, just how little he understands of foreign policy. Cheney is at the heart of all America's foreign policy problems. He IS America's most pressing problem. But the only way he will ever be removed is if his boss is removed.


At 6/01/2006 09:54:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reading that post is like hearing 2nd graders at recess theorizing about what goes on in the teachers' lounge. You have no idea what the real game is, what the stakes really are, and what's involved, but you really, really, really, believe what you're saying.

At 6/01/2006 10:06:00 AM, Blogger nicolaepadigone said...

having studied international politics, I feel I do have a good understanding of what is going on.

We can go over a list of things that Cheney was wrong on and I was right on if you want to actually see who knows better about foreign policy.

Cheney has an agenda in mind. This agenda is flawed, therefore all his policies are flawed, because they are based off his flawed agenda.

His agenda is not to protect America, but to show off America's supposed might. The flaw is that he thinks that starting wars and showing military might equals real power. It does not, as the debacle in Iraq proves so clearly.

The Pentagon released a video of Mr. Zarqawi fumbling with his machine gun. The man doesn't know how to use his machine gun, and he is enemy number one in Iraq? Are you kidding me? A man who lives in caves still eludes the most powerful army on the planet?

Mr. Bush has been pushed into a corner in regards to Iran solely because of Mr. Cheney's flawed visions. It was Mr. Cheney who pushed for war against Iraq. It was Mr. Cheney who pushed for the elimination of rules in the treatment of prisoners, leading to huge debacles in Gitmo and Abu Ghraib. It was Mr. Cheney who insisted America go it alone, unilaterally, thereby weakening our influence with our allies.

Mr. Cheney is at the heart of all of America's foreign policy problems since 2000.


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