Friday, May 25, 2007
Call of the Mild

Willard Mitt yesterday strapped on his best brass voice to intone in support of the war on terrorism that "(t)he only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." (source: Boston Globe, 5/25/2007)

What a great quote to relate to the defense of America. Even though it was first uttered by a Brit.

But why is Fraudo using it? Because Willard Mitt is the last person to speak about doing nothing in the face of evil. After all, when America called during the 1960's Romney dodged the war by going to France. (source: NY Times.com)

And now that America is calling again another generation of Romneys are saying 'no thanks' to defending their country.

At least Romney's second-youngest son is honest about his nonenlistment: "I've seen a lot and read a lot that has made me say, `My goodness, I hope I never have to do that.'" (source: Associated Press, "None of Romney's sons has served in the military," 5/14/2007)

At least he had the decency not to flee to France.

Which is why we think Romney for President should adopt a new campaign song: Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders' "Better You Than Me."


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