:: Wednesday, November 03, 2004 ::
The Arabs Weigh In
"I'm not very informed about Bush or any other candidate but logic says that this is the president who will save the world from terrorism and fanatics. President Bush is always serious in his words and does not back of if he sees in it the common interests of his country, like what he did in Iraq. By God's will he will win and I'll be the first one who congratulate all who wish him to win.
--Al Muhannad Al Baka'a-Baghdad-Iraq."
"President George W. Bush will win and the "Big Middle East" will become a reality and all dictatorships will fall."
"Victory will be for Bush because he works to secure the interests of his country and this is what the American voters want. I don't wish Bush to win because I like him, but because I hate the Arab dictatorships that he terrorized when he toppled Saddam."
"There will be a great competition between the two candidates but I expect Bush to win. As for what will happen for Iraq, I believe who started the war is the only one who will finish it. Bush has toppled Saddam the tyrant and I'm sure that some Arab rulers are afraid that their fate will be like Saddam's."
That discussions like these are happening all over the Middle East is testament The Bush Doctrine is taking root--inspite of the criminals in the UN and elswhere who moved to block it.
Typically, the high-punditry that dismissed entirely the Reagan Revolution and were humiliated when the Berlin Wall fell have not learned from such journalistic malpractice; they're commiting the same mistake again by 'misunderestimating' the scope and scale of another extraordinary, world-altering event. Fortunately, reality on the ground, not the New York Times or CNN will write the legacy of GWB's bold gambit to liberate the people of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Arab quotes Via Iraq the Model [>]
:: Max 9:08 PM [+] ::