"We've got tough work there because, you see, there are terrorists there who would rather kill innocent people than allow for the advance of freedom," Bush said in a speech in El Dorado, Ark. "That's what you're seeing going on. These people hate freedom. And we love freedom. And that's where the clash occurs."
That's foreign policy as articulated by a pre-schooler. People are dying for this simple-minded-to-the-point-of-incoherence worldview?
Obligatory smart-ass comment: If they hate freedom, why are they fighting their occupiers? Oh, I get it. They hate freedom, so they're attacking the US in the hopes that if they generate enough chaos, the US will never be able to hand over control and they'll never be free. Brilliant.
OS-AC II: Obviously, our Iraq policy is based on the New Hampshire license plate. Talk about pandering to a battleground state.