Saturday, August 11, 2007

Stu Bykofsky is an author of several Opinion Editorials in the Philadelphi Daily News and Stu Bykofsky is a true Neoconservative. His past writings have included such wondrous titles as "Philly is too gay" and "Carter' book is Antisemitic."

Stu Bykofsky engenders the Neoconservative who's belly aches every morning when he wakes up and watches as America moves further and further away from his beloved Neocon dreams. An America that is less and less interested in attacking Iran, an America that wants increasingly to pull out of Iraq and an America that wants to be at peace with the world. It infuriates him.

So he's hatched a master plan which has been echoed by other Neocons: 'please god let us have another 9/11."

What would sew us back together?

Another 9/11 attack.

The Golden Gate Bridge. Mount Rushmore. Chicago's Wrigley Field. The Philadelphia subway system. The U.S. is a target-rich environment for al Qaeda.

Come on guys! What are another few thousand American lives if after it, we are all joined in attacking another Islamic nation somewhere. One has to break eggs to make an ommelette and heck! Imagine how unified the UNited States would be if they, say, killed 5,000 Americans! Boy! We'd have enough public empathy to maybe nuke someone!

That, my friends, is the dark shadow that the hard core Republicans have mutated into. They are in a bind mind you. If there is a successful attack, it will mean all of Bush's anti-terror tactics failed. But then, it would give them good reason to crack down even further on everyones privacy and freedom, there would be no objection to wiretapping everyone, opening everyone's mail. It would be the Neoconservative wet dream. Sadly, the spineless Democratic party would probably go with it, flinching every time someone throws out the word "unpatriotic."

So, Stu Bykofsky, if there is another 9/11, I hope that you are in the middle of that conflagration, tears of happiness in your eyes as you watch your nation be sewn back together again by death.

Me? I'd rather have political discord for the next 1,000 years than see another 3,000 people sacrificed for unity.

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