Sunday, February 18, 2007

From the Investor's Business Daily:

Neville Chamberlain's naivete may have helped bring on World War II, but at least he supported his country when war began. Norway's Vidkun Quisling and France's Vichy government under Marshal Petain may have collaborated with the Nazi enemy, but after their countries' defeats, not before.

We'd have to go back to Benedict Arnold to find Americans as eager as Murtha & Co. to see an American defeat on the battlefield.

Oooh. That one's gonna leave a mark.

That is, it would, if Murtha, et. al., had any shame.

Splash, out


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