August 30, 2005

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Tom Mahoney stuck it to Neil Cavuto yesterday as he didn't go along with President Bush's idea that Iraq and WWII are similar in any way.

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Mahoney: "When you try to compare any war to another, you can't do it ... this was supposed to be over a couple months ago." There's "no comparison to any part of World War II..There is no comparison to any part of WWII..."

Cavuto asked for his thoughts on Cindy Sheehan and Tom played the the chicken hawk card.

Mahoney: "Well, my thoughts (inaudible)in every service man, if you didn't participate, you shouldn't talk about it. If you didn't get out there with the men, don't take it second hand that we're winning. Be on the front line with the men. See what they think..."

Newshounds: "Cavuto wondered if Mahoney thought, "most of the men and women who are in Iraq right now are doing a noble thing and are doing the right thing?" Mahoney said, "No, I really don't." Cavuto, "Really!" Mahoney, "I'm against it." That should have been settled when we invaded the first time....read on"

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