Monday, March 05, 2007

Conservapedia Word Of The Day

Today's word is the Cold War. Apparently, there were a bunch of imcompetents on all sides who didn't know how to end the booger until a hero came along to end it alone by himself.
The Cold War was a war between the United States and the Soviet Union. There was no direct fighting between the superpowers, but only an nuclear arms race. They each built many nuclear bombs and used them to terrify the other side. The United States had non-communitst allies and the Soviet Union had communist allies. These allies fought each other diectly. The United States would supply its allies and the Soviet Union would supply theirs. President Ronald Reagan finally ended the Cold War in 1989 because he caused the Soviet Union to fall.

Now some would say that the cold war policies that were instituted by a bi-partisan group of Presidents including Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan, as well as a hawkish anti communist democratic congress played a big part. In addition, some would say that the inherent corruption, ineffeciencies of the Soviet State, in addition to their over reach financially in supporting eastern block states, waging a war in Afghanistan, and propping up the Cuban economy played it's part as well. Others might mention the influence of Pope John Paul II and his compatriot Lech Walensa of the Solidarity movement.

You would be a commie wiccan if you believed that crap. Reagan personally ended it all by himself. When he asked Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall, all of a sudden a light bulb went over the head of the collective world, where bygones could be bygones, just through the force of Reagan's super powers. We should name an airport after him.