Bos­nia com­par­i­son

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Af­ter read­ing about Re­tired CIA of­fi­cer Michael F. Scheuer’s com­ments in a let­ter to the Amer­i­can Con­ser­va­tive mag­a­zine (quoted in “Inside Pol­i­tics” Oct. 16 edi­tion) my blood has gone from quickly sim­mer­ing to a boil.

Bill Clin­ton had sev­eral op­por­tu­ni­ties to take out Osama bin Laden and, bot­tom line, he chose not to.

And yet, Mr. Scheuer ref­er­ences the “United States Air Force drop­ping tons of bombs on the Serbs. . .” Oh yes, I for­got about that “war.” For­give me, as I am merely a stay at home mom, but why were we fight­ing in Bos­nia? Oh, to take out an evil dic­ta­tor. Hmmm. . . that sounds familiar. And how long were our troops there? Wait! Are our troops still there? And we should start re­de­ploy­ing from Iraq by the end of this year?

Why has no one in the main­stream me­dia made this com­par­i­son? Oh yes, that’s right. They’re all a bunch of cut and run lib­er­als. Cathy Ox­ley Flower Mound, Texas

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