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Sunday, November 27, 2005

Liberal "Victory" #2: The Implementation of the Cut and Run Option in the Vietnam War

Master CraftsMon - Aired Monday, November 28, 2005 at about 11pm CST

The rooster gets up before dawn and crows and crows and crows and the sun comes up. Obviously the sun came up because the rooster crowed.

Liberalism has five major moral wins over the last seventy years. Each of them are failures when examined in detail. By my standards, they did not really achieve the moral goals that they set out to achieve. However Liberals view each of the following examples as having achieved their goals. How can it be moral to steal money from everyone and support a project that achieved nothing OR makes the problem worse?

Then there is Vietnam. Liberals beam with pride that by getting us out of Vietnam, they ended an immoral war and saved a huge number of lives.

The Vietnam War was a war to keep Communism from taking over South Vietnam. Liberals make the point that the Gulf of Tonkin Incident was a lie, therefore we should never have been there. Once Vietnam fell, the Communists took the surrender of South Vietnamese military then executed 50000 officers. Not a major blood bath as blood baths go, but I would ask some questions of any Liberal: Why do you say that one execution by the United States government is too many, but when Vietnam killed 50000 then put another 1000000 in re-education camps, that seems to be okay with you? Have the last thirty years under Communism been good years for the Vietnamese? Were the Killing Fields in Cambodia a good outcome for the Cambodians? I mention the Killing Fields because I do not think they would have occurred had Vietnam been free in the late 1970's. To me, the Vietnamese were enslaved by the Communists and Liberals in this country helped. Why does that make Liberals morally superior to me? Do you think the Boat People were just ingrates who would not partake of the Stalinist paradise?

Those are the questions that need answering, before I can say whether the Vietnam War was moral or immoral.


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