Tag: brinks

Baseball bats, David Broder’s face, grand slam.

David Broder suggests that killing millions of innocent people may hitch our wagon out of our economic morass brought on by pure “made-in-America” fraud, yet he’s not really suggesting “economic stimulus by murder” to pull our asses out of the fire of our own making, though it would be politically expedient, nudge, nudge, wink, wink.  

I am not suggesting, of course, that the president incite a war to get reelected. But the nation will rally around Obama because Iran is the greatest threat to the world in the young century. If he can confront this threat and contain Iran’s nuclear ambitions, he will have made the world safer and may be regarded as one of the most successful presidents in history.

Bipartisan, war-mongering lying for political gain is the “highest broderism” of them all.

If Broder’s deranged fantasies about killing Iranians for political and monetary gain prevailed, forensics would have to use DNA fingerprinting to identify his demented remains, because there won’t be any dentition left, save for the dust and fragments pounded imponderably deep into his large colon.

I know people are overly-fond of inciting violence these days, but let me go on the record as viewing such grisly scenarios on a “tit-for-tat” basis.  I’d view “going to war with Iran” as “going to war with me,” not because I’m Iranian (I’m not), but because the very idea of unilateral and lawless US hegemony is the constant, bordering menace that violates my sense of self and safety.  

So far, we have failed to prosecute anyone for blatant war crimes (not to mention economic fraud).  Don’t count on me to stand by and countenance further war crimes to bail our asses out of economic self-destruction.