Observations, reflections and thinking out loud on the way up the mountain and back down again.
An anti-war movement that took the "side" of Hezbollah truly is unthinking. What other explanation could there be for such a contradiction?
More slurs and baiting from the radical right.Personally I disagree with the author to an extent. I don't think Greens and other progressives should fall for it. Even if we are, like Webb, against the war, lets be careful how we reuse their war jargon.I may be an insurgent, but I am not interested in 'fighting' as much as I am interested in peace-making. If I am going to be a ninja, I will do so nonviolently.Thanks,Scotthttp://www.progressivedailybeacon.com/more.php?page=opinion&id=1231also:http://gp.org/press/pr_2006_08_08.shtmlGreens call for U.N. General Assembly to invoke 'Uniting for Peace' resolution for immediate ceasefire in Lebanon
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