Thursday, February 08, 2007

U.S. Defended Japan in WWII According to Rep. Duncan Hunter!

Representative Duncan Hunter just informed Defense Department Chief Robert Gates that the United States “defended Japan” in World War II, allowing a free and democratic government to emerge.

So Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima and Nagasaki were just part of two allies working together to build a democratic nation? The United States did not defend Japan. We were surprise attacked by it and then had all out war. The conflict culminated with unleashing the first nuclear “weapons of mass destruction” on two Japanese cities.

We did help them rebuild afterwards. An American man was credited with providing the foundation for the Japanese economic miracle, Dr. W. Edwards Deming.

Mr. Hunter’s ability to rewrite history is exceeded only by his party’s ability to ignore Dr. Deming’s management teachings. As a result the United States experiences heavy losses in industry, government and education.

Note Rep. Hunter is a candidate for the U.S. Presidency. Given the current pathology occupying the White House, it appears we need the same intelligence and personality tests for those candidates as we do for NASA astronauts.

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