Wednesday, May 09, 2007


I don't know the full background on this photo, but the caption at the bottom describes it as a "U.S. soldier arresting an Iraqi demonstrator during an anti-U.S. rally."

In the context of what is clearly an occupation at this point, does anyone want to argue that we can withstand another five or ten years of similar images?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I mean, c'mon. If we can't wear FUCK BUSH t-shirts, why should citizens of a fledgling democracy get to.

He got what was coming to him. Stripped and beaten.

Welcome to 'free' speech, Akbar.

5/10/2007 12:04 PM  
Blogger Chris F. said...

I love that piece by Sullivan. It truly encapsulates my current thoughts on the topic. What I am amazed by is how predictable this outcome was from the very beginning, and there lacked any outcry from the American people. I really don't remember believing Bush's arguments then. I am way beyond frustrated with the citizenry of the United States for allowing any of this to happen. Perhaps the internet is to blame. It has certainly diffused the critique, rather than centralized it. Maybe if we had one central figure with one central location to view that figure we could rally the American public into activism and revolution (revolution in the sense that we proclaim in a unified voice that we demand our privacy back, habeus corpus reinstated, and the NSA off our phone lines, unless warrented)?

5/12/2007 8:09 PM  
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