If it were true that we were “winning” in Iraq….

would it be possible that the entire propaganda network of the United States government, Pentagon, military, State Department, Fox News Network, Wall Street Journal, National Review, American Enterprise Institute, and literally dozens of pundits cannot make the American public, the Iraqis, and the world believe it? and that these assembled echoing sources need another infusion of 15 million dollars to catapult the propaganda? is that reasonable?


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Filed under Bill Kristol: is he smarter than you?, Countdown to attack on Iran, Dick Cheney: Hannibal Lector in disguise?, Fred Kagan:an idiot running a war, George W. Bush: is he really THAT bad?, Iran, Iraq, media, Middle East, Mitt Romney: double guantanamo, Politics, Rudy Giuliani: NYC doesn't even like him, Think tanks

One response to “If it were true that we were “winning” in Iraq….

  1. It’s a matter of group consciousness. Those educated at the same places, or by the same media, tend to come together to promote the usual hypocrisy, therefore extra money is unreasonable because they’ll all believe it anyway.

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