You (Kind Of) Feel Sorry for John Kerry?
After all, he's perfectly
right: the age of instant communication means it's harder for the US government
to get away with murder.
The Internet, our
Secretary of State further avers, makes it much harder to "organize
people" around, say, another Mideast war based on phony "intelligence."
Those obstreperous Internet folk are intent on doing their own thing,
and making up their own minds: they won't be "organized" by
the government to get in line for the wars our wise rulers are planning,
the government spying they're selling as "anti-terrorist," the
BS they're trying to pull whenever they get the chance.
That's because of
web sites like this one, which has been debunking the lies of the War
Party for almost 18 years and will continue to do so as long as
you continue supporting us with your
Yes, the might US
government, the Last Superpower Left Standing, is stumbling and bumbling,
trying desperately to convince the American people that they're better
off forgetting about the Fourth Amendment, and silently watching as the
US pushes it weight around all over the earth, making enemies left and
right. And it's all because of that gosh-darned newfangled Internet.
What? You say you
don't feel sorry for Kerry? You glad and even excited by
the fact that the Internet has become the weapon of choice for freedom-fighters
Well then, please
help us make Kerry's job as hard as possible indeed, impossible
by making sure Antiwar.com
is still around.
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