via Riding Sun: Jordan Kulundzic, MD, won an argument about the Iraq war today by enlisting in the US Army. Kulundzic, 34, a resident gastroenterologi
June 30, 2005

via Riding Sun: Jordan Kulundzic, MD, won an argument about the Iraq war today by enlisting in the US Army. Kulundzic, 34, a resident gastroenterologist at Passiac Beth Israel Hospital, also maintains the conservative blog "I’m All Right" (imallright.blogspot.com). Yesterday, that blog became the site of a heated political debate when a commenter, identified only the screen name “ihatebush209”, challenged Kulundzic’s support for the US-led invasion of Iraq.

"I wrote this really long essay about why I support the war in Iraq," Kulundzic said. "I thought I had covered every angle, including the need to be absolutely sure that Saddam had no WMD’s, the moral case for liberating the Iraqi people, and the long-term strategic importance of spreading democracy throughout the volatile Middle East."

“But then ihatebush209 just tore my arguments to shreds,” he said.

ihatebush209’s comment read, "Hey, mister Keyboard Kommando, if you like the war so much, why don’t you go and fight it, you little chickenhawk? Buc-buc-buc bu'CAW!!!" ...read on

(Cole says:Chicken Hawks, Again)

He didn't join but it is part of the meme!

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