Friday, July 07, 2006

Who Said This?

Take a wild guess at who said this:
I have enormous regard for the men and women of the U.S. military. ... No one has a higher regard than I do for them. It's irresponsible to suggest we shouldn't have that debate, that we should ignore what is a major, major concern [...]

There is no more important responsibility for a President of the United States than his role as Commander in Chief. When he decides when to send our young men and women to war. When we send them without the right kind of training, when we send them poorly equipped or with equipment that's old and broken down, we put their lives at risk.

Seriously, just guess.

I remember the Daily Show playing that clip, so I don't need to guess. But it would make a better a better line for Alanis Morisette's Ironic than "it's a traffic jam when you're already late."
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