Olmert Bragging About Forcing Secretary Rice to Change Her Vote on U.N. Resolution
Glenn Greenwald on Ideology--Pragmatism--War
Christopher Hayes, in a 12-29 The Nation article entitled "The Pragmatist," [Obama] quotes Glenn Greenwald:
"For one thing, as Glenn Greenwald has astutely pointed out on his blog, while ideology can lead decision-makers to ignore facts, it is also what sets the limits of decision-making for pragmatism. 'Presumably, there are instances when a proposed war might be very pragmatically beneficial in promoting our national self-interes,' Greenwald worte, 'but is still something that we ought not to do. Why? Because as a matter of principle--of ideology--we believe that it is not just to do it, no matter how many benefits we might reap, no matter how much it might advance our 'national self-interest.'"
1/13/09 Olmert is Bragging About How His Call to Bush Made Secretary Rice Change Her Vote on U.N. Resolution on Gaza
- Olmert Bragging About Making Sec. Rice Change Her U.N. Vote!
I hope Obama turns Olmert into a eunuch if he doesn't go to jail where he belongs!
Send in the Marines--Tom Lehrer
Israel Prepares to Invade Gaza
Norwegian Physician Decries Israeli Attacks on Gaza
Norwegian doctor says 50% of 2,500 casualties are women and children. He decries Israeli attacks.
Israeli Tanks Roll into Gaza
Israeli tanks and ground forces invade Gaza in the waning days of the Bush administration. Action debated in Israel and elsewhere. No reaction from George W. Bush.
Werner Von Braun--Tom Lehrer
Masters of War--Bob Dylan
We Will All Go Together When We Go--Tom Lehrer
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