Eureka [CA] Yellow Elephant prompts Robust, Uninhibited Debate
Wow. 'Talk about ignoring free publicity. Here's the latest from the Eureka Reporter:
At one time, kings led their armies into battle, fought and died alongside their warriors. Maybe it’s time to bring back an updated version of this policy. For example, any member of the administration or Congress who subscribes to a preemptive war should be prepared to fight on the front lines of that war. If they are too old for military service, then they have to designate a close relative, such as a son or a daughter, in their place. [OYE comment: Or that of a major campaign contributor.] One has to wonder how readily Bush would have declared war on Iraq if he knew that one of his daughters or nephews had to serve on the front line.
Is Anthony Mantova a Yellow Elephant even in the War of Ideas? Stay tuned.
Hat tip to the Eureka Reporter's letters page.
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