This afternoon Rush Limbaugh stated that "we" can win the war on terrorism because "we're Americans." And by "we" he meant movement conservatives who support the war in Iraq unconditionally. Everyone else aren't Americans, apparently.
Also, the "war" has two fronts. One is The Terrorists (the external enemy) and the second is Democrats who are the internal enemy that is at war with America. Both must be defeated, but "we" will triumph because "we're Americans."
Um, can anyone think of any historical examples of where we've heard this sort of rhetoric before?
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