Please take a few minutes and check out this post at Wake Up America
(a little teaser…. )
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oh, YES!! I love it!!
Sallie thanks for stopping by. I love the internet. We now have the power to get the word out to everyone.
It doesn’t bode well for us as a nation that little sleeze-balls like harry get elected to positions of power. And that he gets to undermine better men than he ever was or ever will be. Eighteen year old PFC’s in Iraq have a better understanding of the world and more moral & physical courage than the entire senate and house combined.
Vince ~ What you say is so true. Sickens me that they are representing us. The pukes won’t even take the time to talk with our Warriors or their families unless they are with the Cindy Sheehan sheeple group of traitors.
They are Schmuck… I tell you.
(see what you started!) 😉
🙂 I’m going to put together a Yiddish glosssery/dictionary for you. As an old New Yorker, I can tell you it’s a great language for insult/invective & put-downs – without getting obscene – an art I never mastered in English.
Saying a war “is lost” isn’t rooting for it to lose.
The CIA has already stated that the US has lost the “war for Iraqi hearts and minds”, which is the most important battle at the moment. Yes, many Iraqis are for the troops, but overall it doesn’t look good. How can you win a war to stabilise a nation if the majority of people don’t want you there? The majority either support Iran or are overtly pro-Ba’athist. Where does America fit in that dichotomy?
I’m also going to have to point out that when he says that the “troop surge” isn’t going to change things, he’s also right. The “troop surge” still puts America’s on-the-ground forces at below their original levels in Iraq, and makes them about equal to when we were having difficulty securing Baghdad. It’s not going to improve the situation noticeably, since it’s only a token increase in forces. That’s not to say that it’s a bad idea – just that it’s been hyped by the Bush administration to appear significantly more amazing than it actually is. The US (a) can’t afford and (b) doesn’t have the amount of troops needed to improve the situation.
So Wake Up America can choose to say that he “mimics al-Qaeda”, but it’s self-defeating rhetoric to do so. If someone raises an issue, it’s always good to investigate it regardless of your first opinion, ’cause if they’re right it means that you can avoid problems you might not have otherwise foreseen.
Good questions Za. Give me a bit for my crazy life to regain some semblance or normalcy and I will respond.
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