Friday, August 25, 2006

Quagmire means never having to say you're sorry

He ought to be too ashamed to continue pontifficating and to shunned to be able to do so -- at the very least without admitting his error, recanting and apologizing.

Its called cognitive dissonance and it can be quite crippling. When faced with a choice between perceiving reality and feeling good about ones self, the feeling good wins hands down.

Everybody does it, its not a phenomenon limited to warmongering wingnuts. But in the hands of said wingnuts, its exceedingly dangerous!

Unclaimed Territory - by Glenn Greenwald: So wrong that it re-defines "wrongness"

Monday, August 14, 2006

From AmericaBlog

Yes, well, we've been at war in Iraq in order to stop home-grown British terrorists from blowing up US airplanes.

Link here

Thursday, August 10, 2006


When your country is engaged in dangerous wars based on lies and obscure reasoning, it is immoral to say nothing simply because you are afraid it will make you look bad.