Monday, November 06, 2006

On Election's Eve, Iraq Looms

The Iraq war is like modern art; you’re not supposed to get it. (Comedian John Mulaney on Comedy Central site).

Expecting the Democrats to end the Iraq war is like expecting the crack addicts to turn in their dealers. (Green Party statement).

The Iraq war is like the sun: No one wants to stare at it too long. (Mike Taibbi in RollingStone).

The Iraq War is like a specialty channel on TV. One of the 200, somewhere between the Comedy Channel and Home Shopping Network. People who care about it care about it, but they're a pretty small group. (Mudville Gazette blog).

… giving up on the Iraq War is like giving up smoking; you'll always have these relapses if you try to do it a bit at a time. You've got to go cold turkey. (Post on Times of London online site).

Iraq War is like FDR declaring war on Israel because he thought the pilots were yelling “Torah, Torah, Torah” as they bombed Pearl Harbor. (Post on ThinkRight blog on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution site).

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