Wednesday, July 30, 2008

The Man Who Would Be Prince

Ending the slaughter of men, woman and children in Darfur would be nice. But mercenaries? Heaven forfend. Feigned outrage and lip service are the order of the day.

Money Q:

"I'm so sick of hearing that nothing can be done," he (Erik Prince CEO of Blackwater Worldwide) says. "The Janjaweed is a truly unfettered bully. No one has stood up to them. If they were met by a mobile quick reaction force of African Union soldiers, the Janjaweed would quickly learn their habits were not sustainable." And to ensure accountability, he says, the U.S. could send 25 military officers to observe how Blackwater is doing and serve as liaisons."

Oh yeah and Prince says he do the mission at cost.

But forget it. Too sensible. Too economical. Too right for this world.


Anonymous r said...

This should get Blackwater back in Libs' good graces. They'll be saving blacks rather than helping America win a war.

July 30, 2008 at 10:57 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Prince is no "Prince". He's a mercenary and a war profiteer, but in RW world he's a true American patriot.

July 30, 2008 at 1:04 PM 
Anonymous r said...

And LibDems hate him only because he is a patriot and was helping us win a war they wanted us to lose.

July 30, 2008 at 1:57 PM 

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