December 07, 2005


On last Sunday's Face the Nation Kerry had this to say about the actions of American troops in Iraq: " ..... there is no reason, Bob, that young American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing kids and children, you know, women ...."

Now we have the last Democratic Presidential candidate, John Kerry, applying the "T" word to our own troops in Iraq. Our men and women in uniform are "terrorizing kids and children, you know, women ...."

Tuesday, on the Neil Boortz show a caller reminded me of a time when American "troops" did, in fact, knock down a door in the middle of the night and terrorized a child.

It happened almost six years ago. Does anybody remember? A Democrat was in the White House, and the "Officer in Charge" of these particular "troops" was a female Democrat. The date was April 22, 2000. The terrorized child was Elian Gonzalez.

Seems to be yet another example of "projection"....

Democrats just don't seem to "get" that disparaging our troops ISN'T "protesting the war but supporting the troops".

When a Leading member of the Democratic party equates our troops with being terrorists, just WHAT message does he believe he is sending our enemy?

In my mind the only message he is sending me is that he is a partisan hack that is willing to utter treasonous remarks in the furthurence of his own agenda...and that agenda seems to consist mainly of "Hate George Bush".
That the Left hails these remarks as "brave" and "patriotic dissent" only proves that they are in full accord with that agenda. Indeed, when the Chairman of the party, Howard Dean says:

"the idea that we're going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong."

Just what else is there to say? As many missteps as the Bush administration has made, the Democrats seem eager to show themselves as even worse.

I'm still waiting for any concrete proposals from the Left, but so far, all I've seen is that "we need to run away (in Iraq), and it's all Bush's fault".

A LOYAL opposition has concrete proposals to put forth, and is willing to negotiate a compremise, I'm still waiting for the Democrats to do that.

The few that HAVE attempted to do so have been turned upon by their own...Zell Miller and Joe Lieberman to cite two examples.
As much as I dislike some Republican policies, the Democrats are forcing me to support them by their lack of a reasonable alternative being put forward.

Posted by Delftsman3 at December 7, 2005 05:19 PM | TrackBack

I for one do not question their patriotism. I believe they have a deep and sincere love of their country.

All we need to do is remind them that they don't live in France.

Posted by: Stephen Macklin at December 7, 2005 08:00 PM
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