Friday, September 29, 2006

Is anyone else nauseated yet?

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Carter: Bush has brought U.S. "international disgrace"

President Bush suggested Thursday that Democrats don't have the stomach to fight the war on terror, battling back in the election-season clamor over administration intelligence showing terrorism spreading.

"Five years after 9/11, the worst attack on the American homeland in our history, Democrats offer nothing but criticism and obstruction and endless second-guessing," Bush said at a Republican fundraiser

The upcoming mid-term election is important because the U.S. is "in a deep hole, and Republicans don't want to quit digging," Sen. Hillary Clinton told a gathering of Democratic women in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.

Filmmaker Oliver Stone blasted President Bush Thursday, saying he has "set America back 10 years." Stone added that he is "ashamed for my country" over the war in Iraq and the U.S. policies in response to the attacks of Sept. 11.

The Bush administration is concealing the level of violence against U.S. troops in Iraq and the situation there is growing worse despite White House and Pentagon claims of progress, journalist Bob Woodward said in advance of a new book

To understand just how much the Democratic center has collapsed look no further than Maryland Congressman Steny Hoyer. Last September, Roll Call reported that Hoyer had cobbled together a dozen or so of his colleagues "to shape the Democratic strategy on national security issues and battle perceptions that the party is weak on defense." Hoyer also said that Democrats had lost the “national election because of national security” and because of a “lack of confidence of the American public.” A few months later, Rep. Ellen Tauscher (CA), a member of Hoyer's group and also onetime vice chair of the Democratic Leadership Council, co-sponsored legislation with Rep. John Conyers (MI) calling for the termination of the NSA's terrorist surveillance program -- a program Gen. Hayden said "has been successful in detecting and preventing attacks inside the United States." Tauscher dubbed the Bush administration's actions "despicable.”

Fast forward to yesterday’s House vote on the terrorist detainee legislation. Hoyer (along with Tauscher) was one of 160 Democrats who opposed the bill. Why? The bill "is really more about who we are as a people than it is about those who seek to harm us,” said Hoyer. “Defending America requires us to marshal the full range of our power: diplomatic and military, economic and moral. And when our moral standing is eroded, our international credibility is diminished as well." Actually, the bill, as Sen. McCain explained, keeps a critical wartime intelligence program going so we can disrupt al Qaeda operations to attack us.

Look, [the] ACLU and the New York Times don't like the agreement, but we think this will recognize, people will recognize that it defends both our values and our security. Some want the CIA not to be able to carry out this program. That was never our intent. And--but it was--it's very important that we have this tool to collect intelligence.

Democrats have now backed themselves into a corner with the ACLU and the New York Times. Republicans may want to note it.

(Hoyer is opposed for leadership of the house dems by JACK MURTHA)

Kennedy is worked up because the president trumped the stupid claims of a cherry picked NIE by releasing more of the NIE, so the Kennedy-freaks want to push for the entire NIE to be released, which of course the admin must refuse, so he can claim they are hiding the truth, and they will intimate the treasonous dems want exposed to help those who hate us.

Someone step on the brakes ... ONCE IN A WHILE

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4 comments:

FreeCyprus said...

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Don't eat before watching (second video):

Laskar Jihad in Indonesia

Quetzal said...

The US seems to breed all kind of weirdos. We had a *very* interesting lecture here, in Romania, by embassy members to Fulbright scholars... makes me wonder about the outcome of this turmoil and whether we really should continue supporting the USA as we did so far...

Demosthenes said...

While I wish for the Democrats to win the Senate but not the House in the 2006 election, the pervasiveness of cowardliness as the Democratic position concerns me greatly. On the other hand, Bush's refusal to even consider Islam as the source of evil also concerns me. My hope is that when the American people know more about muslims, they will demand changes from both parties.
The trouble is getting the American people to know the truth about Islam. The MSM only lies about Islam and ignores the real stories. I have a friend who is an editor for the New York Times. I keep challenging him to send undercover arabic speaking reporters into mosques for a month and report honestly about what gets said. I know it will never happen, but getting that type of information out in blogs would do so much good.

Pastorius said...

Demosthenes,
I checked out your blog. Good stuff. I added you to our blogroll.