Why I Became Anti-War

Julie Borowski, the Token Libertarian Girl, takes a moment to deliver a serious message. No snark. No costumes or make-up. Just a straight statement on why she is anti-war.

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Liz Harrison (twitter: @GoldwaterGal)

Liz is a mostly-retired veteran political campaign worker, wife, mom, opinionated gal, fiscal conservative, anti-social-conservative, atheist, and foreign affairs/Mid-East politics junkie.

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  1. And that message is one of the dumbest I’ve ever heard.

    Anti-war? ROTFL. You might as well be anti-droughts, anti-storms, anti-flooding, or anti-disease. War, like all of these other conditions, has been with humanity since its dawn, and none of these conditions will ever be eliminated. At best, they can only be ameliorated and kept limited.

    Moreover, Borowski adamantly opposes a strong national defense and supports ever-deeper cuts in America’s defense (budget, force structure, programs), which means she’s actually PRO-WAR, because gutting a country’s defense only PROVOKES war instead of preventing it – as history has shown over and over again on thousands of occassions.

    This is one of the dumbest postings I’ve ever seen on CDN. Boo to you.

  2. Politicians who have avoided serving in the military are sending troops off to war and playing the troops like pawns?

    Hmmm, let me see. The loudest voices arguing for intervention in Syria are John McCain, John Kerry, Tom Cotton, and Lindsey Graham. All four them have served, three of them have been to war, McCain and Kerry in ‘Nam (where both earned numerous decorations), Cotton in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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