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WE LIKE YOU! WE REALLY, REALLY LIKE YOU! [Coulter]
Yahoo News ^ | November 30, 2005 | Ann Coulter

Posted on 11/30/2005 3:51:28 PM PST by Plutarch

When Democratic Rep. John Murtha called for the withdrawal of American troops in the middle of the war, Republicans immediately leapt to action by calling Murtha a war hero, a patriot and a great American.

I haven't heard Republicans issue this many encomiums to one man since Ronald Reagan died. By now, Murtha has been transformed into the greatest warrior since Alexander the Great and is probably dating Jennifer Aniston.

In response to Murtha's demand for the "immediate withdrawal of American troops" -- as The New York Times put it -- President Bush called Murtha a "fine man, a good man" who served with "honor and distinction," who "is a strong supporter of the United States military." He said he knew Murtha's "decision to call for an immediate withdrawal of our troops ... was done in a careful and thoughtful way."

Vice President Dick Cheney called Murtha "a good man, a Marine, a patriot."

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Murtha is "a fine man, I know him personally ... and it's perfectly proper to have a debate over these things, and have a public debate."

National Security Adviser Steve Hadley called in his praise for Murtha from South Korea, saying Murtha was "a veteran, a veteran congressman and a great leader in the Congress."

During the House debate on Murtha's insane proposal to withdraw troops in the middle of the war, Rep. Henry Hyde (news, bio, voting record), R-Ill., said Murtha deserved an "A-plus as a truly great American," and Rep. Curt Weldon (news, bio, voting record), R-Pa., said "none of us should think of questioning his motives or desires for American troops."

On the House floor, both Republicans and Democrats repeatedly gave Murtha rousing standing ovations. There was so much praise for Murtha that one of his Democratic colleagues asked him if he still had to attend Murtha's funeral.

What is this? Special Olympics for the Democrats? Can't Republicans disagree with a Democrat who demands that the U.S. surrender in the middle of a war without erecting monuments to him first? What would happen if a Democrat were to propose restoring Saddam Hussein to power? Is that Medal of Freedom territory?

I don't know what Republicans imagine they're getting out of all this love they keep throwing at Democrats. I've never heard a single liberal preface attacks on Oliver North with a recitation of North's magnificent service as a Marine. And unlike Murtha, who refuses to release his medical records showing he was entitled to his two Purple Hearts, we know what North did. (These Democrat military veterans are hardly shrinking violets when it comes to citing their medals, but they get awfully squeamish when pressed for details.)

We also know what Rep. Randy Cunningham , R-Calif., did to earn his medals. One of only two American Navy aces that the Vietnam War produced, Cunningham shot down five MiGs, three in one day, including a North Vietnamese pilot with 13 American kills. Cunningham never did something as insane as proposing that we withdraw troops in the middle of a war, but this week he did admit to taking bribes.

And yet, no Democrat breathed a word of Cunningham's unquestioned heroism before rushing to denounce him as "the latest example of the culture of corruption" -- in the words of Rep. Nancy Pelosi .

Sen. Teddy Kennedy didn't issue a 20-minute soliloquy on what a wonderful man Judge Robert Bork was as a human being before attacking his judicial philosophy. Kennedy just laid into Bork like he was George Lincoln Rockwell.

Speaking of which, George Lincoln Rockwell, former head of the American Nazi Party, served in the military during World War II. Are we obligated to praise his war service before disputing his views?

CNN's Bill Schneider summarized the Republican love-fest for Murtha by saying that House Republicans "started calling him some very ugly names -- cowardly, shameful, he wanted to cut and run, he wanted to surrender to the terrorists, emboldening the enemy." Are we all looking at the same "intelligence"?

The only Republican congressman who did not offer to have sex with John Murtha on the House floor was Jean Schmidt, R-Ohio. While debating Murtha's own proposal to withdraw American troops from Iraq in the middle of a war waged to depose a monstrous dictator who posed a threat to American national security, Schmidt made the indisputably true remark that Marines don't cut and run. (She was right! Murtha voted against his own proposal.)

Schmidt's precise words were: "I received a call from Col. Danny Bubp. He also asked me to send Congressman Murtha a message, that cowards cut and run, Marines never do." Bubp later said -- pointlessly -- that he was not calling Murtha a coward. Neither was Jean Schmidt. (These guys are very brave facing down the VC, but cower before the MSM.)

Now Schmidt is Emmanuel Goldstein, subjected to the liberals' Orwellian two-minutes hate, and not one Republican will defend her. If Republicans were one-tenth as rough with the congressman who wants to withdraw troops in the middle of a war as they are on a congresswoman who calls it cowardly to withdraw troops in the middle of a war, we might have a functioning Republican Party.


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1 posted on 11/30/2005 3:51:29 PM PST by Plutarch
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To: Plutarch

Bump!


2 posted on 11/30/2005 3:52:26 PM PST by Enterprise (The modern Democrat Party - a toxic stew of mental illness, cultism, and organized crime.)
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To: Enterprise
It must be done....


3 posted on 11/30/2005 3:54:35 PM PST by Peepster (If guns kill people, than spoons make Michael Moore fat!!)
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To: Plutarch; hellinahandcart; Lil'freeper; Ann Coulter
On the House floor, both Republicans and Democrats repeatedly gave Murtha rousing standing ovations. There was so much praise for Murtha that one of his Democratic colleagues asked him if he still had to attend Murtha's funeral.

They blew so much sunshine up his @$$ that he could light the entire Eastern Seaboard all by himself!

4 posted on 11/30/2005 3:57:27 PM PST by sauropod ("The love that dare not speak its' name has now become the love that won't shut the hell up.")
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To: Plutarch
Outstanding! Thanks for posting.

You won't find a better summation anywhere than her last sentence: If Republicans were one-tenth as rough with the congressman who wants to withdraw troops in the middle of a war as they are on a congresswoman who calls it cowardly to withdraw troops in the middle of a war, we might have a functioning Republican Party.

God how I wish this party would grow a spine.

5 posted on 11/30/2005 3:57:44 PM PST by ProtectOurFreedom
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To: Plutarch
The only Republican congressman who did not offer to have sex with John Murtha on the House floor was Jean Schmidt, R-Ohio.

She is the only one with 'balls'... the rest should hang their head in shame...

6 posted on 11/30/2005 3:58:16 PM PST by CommandoFrank (Peer into the depths of hell and there you will find the face of Islam...)
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To: Plutarch
Excellent. I'd dispute the point that the war is half over. The war is over when Sodom's army fell (28 days, I believe). What we're doing over there now is part of what will probably prove to be a very long WOT. They aren't soldiers we're fighting. They're terrorists.

This is a point we need to drive home to keep the left in this country from perpetuating the lie that this is a quagmire, we have no plan, etc., etc. ad nauseum.
7 posted on 11/30/2005 3:59:10 PM PST by Ghost of Philip Marlowe (Liberals are blind. They are the dupes of Leftists who know exactly what they're doing.)
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To: Plutarch

The media has made it to where any criticism of the insane poilicy of surrender is "questioning someone's patriotism".


8 posted on 11/30/2005 4:00:09 PM PST by WinOne4TheGipper (One generation's satire becomes the next one's reality.)
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To: CommandoFrank

I second that. None of my checks go to the RNC but I'll send her one for her reelection bid.


9 posted on 11/30/2005 4:01:41 PM PST by caisson71
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To: sauropod

God bless Ann.


10 posted on 11/30/2005 4:01:59 PM PST by EternalVigilance
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To: Plutarch
It's the weak, overly and inappropriately respectful weinieness that made me turn in my Republican membership card. I still vote for them, and I guess that's the main thing, but I can't look at them and say to myself "yep, those are my people. I'm a Republican!" I used to in the days of Ronald Reagan, may he rest in peace with my eternal gratitude for his service in saving our nation.
11 posted on 11/30/2005 4:03:48 PM PST by GBA (I believe Congressman Weldon! MSM do your job.)
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To: Plutarch
If Republicans were one-tenth as rough with the congressman who wants to withdraw troops in the middle of a war as they are on a congresswoman who calls it cowardly to withdraw troops in the middle of a war, we might have a functioning Republican Party.

Bump!

12 posted on 11/30/2005 4:04:35 PM PST by nicmarlo
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To: ProtectOurFreedom
God how I wish this party would grow a spine.

There's other valuable pieces of anatomy needed before there's a chance of the repubs trying to stand up for thier own...
13 posted on 11/30/2005 4:04:36 PM PST by Dr.Zoidberg (Childrens classics updated for modern islam. "If You're Happy and You Know It, Go Kaboom!")
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To: Plutarch

It appears that what Murtha was and did as a Marine was because of the company he kept. Taken away from good and honorable men, he's a mushhead, a lacky of Pelosi and a lapdog for the Dims. Nobody questions his patriotism while he was in uniform but we certainly question his sanity since he started hanging with this bunch of cowards.


14 posted on 11/30/2005 4:09:04 PM PST by caisson71
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To: Ghost of Philip Marlowe

I wish you could find a way to spread your simple truths. That is the perfect place to eradicate terrorists and keep them engaged and out of our airports.


15 posted on 11/30/2005 4:12:13 PM PST by billhilly (If you're lurking here from DU (Democrats unglued), I trust this post will make you sick.)
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To: Plutarch
George Lincoln Rockwell, former head of the American Nazi Party

Hmph. I thought that was Robert Byrd.

16 posted on 11/30/2005 4:14:52 PM PST by theDentist (The Dems have put all their eggs in one basket-case: Howard "Belltower" Dean.)
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To: Plutarch
"I've never heard a single liberal preface attacks on Oliver North with a recitation of North's magnificent service as a Marine."

Sing it sister. Ya gotta love Ann.
17 posted on 11/30/2005 4:17:27 PM PST by Texas_Jarhead
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To: Plutarch
The only Republican congressman who did not offer to have sex with John Murtha on the House floor was Jean Schmidt....

The best line I have read in a long time.

18 posted on 11/30/2005 4:18:29 PM PST by SeeRushToldU_So (Go UGA beat LSU!)
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To: Plutarch

Too many Republicans have the deepseated feeling that Democrats are the true ruling class and that Republicns are only temporary usurpers who accidently got the top position. The Democrats must be constantly praised, apologized to and placated while they are in a temporary reversal.


19 posted on 11/30/2005 4:20:29 PM PST by ThanhPhero (di hanh huong den La Vang)
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To: ProtectOurFreedom
Ann Coulter........ the Murtha love fest certainly was not a first:

And then, of course, there's Senator Edward Kennedy. And the folks at the Crawford Coffee Shop -- (laughter) -- would be somewhat shocked when I told them I actually like the fellow. (Laughter and applause.) He is a fabulous United States senator.-- President George Bush, Jan. 8, 2002

You are right, ProtectOurFreedom, most of us here wish the GOP "will grow a spine". The RATs fight with knives, bar stools, chains, and handguns. The GOP "fights" with one hand tied behind their back and with their head implanted up their butts.

This is a bitter pill to swallow, but let's be real--Bush and the GOP are very French-like.

20 posted on 11/30/2005 4:23:10 PM PST by Dont_Tread_On_Me_888 (Bush's #1 priority Africa. #2 priority appease Fox and Mexico . . . USA priority #64.)
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To: Plutarch
I can't understand the republicans aversion to saying not nice things about the traitors amongst us. They are going to be accused of doing it anyway. Civility in this case appears to be cowardice.
21 posted on 11/30/2005 4:25:46 PM PST by crazyhorse691 (Diplomacy doesn't work when seagulls rain on your parade. A shotgun and umbrella does.)
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To: ProtectOurFreedom

Should a congressmen "get rough" his name and reputation would be so slandered by the MSM that he might not get elected dog catcher. What Ann said about not being afraid of the VC but cowering at the MSM is some food for thought.


22 posted on 11/30/2005 4:26:05 PM PST by street_lawyer (Conservative Defender of the Faith)
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To: Peepster

Yep. There are rules here

23 posted on 11/30/2005 4:26:47 PM PST by GregoTX (The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.)
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To: Plutarch
In response to Murtha's demand for the "immediate withdrawal of American troops" -- as The New York Times put it -- President Bush called Murtha a "fine man, a good man" who served with "honor and distinction," who "is a strong supporter of the United States military." He said he knew Murtha's "decision to call for an immediate withdrawal of our troops ... was done in a careful and thoughtful way."

Just a pre-emptive strike or a diversion if you will, while they called his bluff, 403-3.

24 posted on 11/30/2005 4:29:54 PM PST by El Gato
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To: Plutarch

Her best column in a long while, a real home run.


25 posted on 11/30/2005 4:30:52 PM PST by Diddle E. Squat
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To: ThanhPhero
"Too many Republicans have the deepseated feeling that Democrats are the true ruling class"

Actually they are afraid of the MSM.
26 posted on 11/30/2005 4:32:13 PM PST by street_lawyer (Conservative Defender of the Faith)
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To: sauropod
"They blew so much sunshine up his @$$ that he could light the entire Eastern Seaboard all by himself!"

Well said 'Pod. Can I call you Pod?

27 posted on 11/30/2005 4:34:47 PM PST by subterfuge (Obama, mo mama...er Osama-La bamba, uh, Bama...Banana Rama...URP!---Ted Kennedy)
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To: crazyhorse691

"I can't understand the republicans aversion to saying not nice things about the traitors amongst us."

I believe they are intimidated by the media.


28 posted on 11/30/2005 4:40:14 PM PST by strategofr
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To: crazyhorse691
"I can't understand the republicans aversion to saying not nice things about the traitors amongst us."

It's the MSM, have you noticed the press on Scooter Libby? He did nothing unless you call not remembering what exact day you made or heard a statement that took place a year ago.

It was obvious from the start that Plame was not undercover but look what the liberals and MSM has done to a good man like Scooter. It's not the dems its the liberal media.

"A CIA officer's name was blown, and there was a leak, and we needed to figure out how that happened, who did it, why, whether a crime was committed, whether we could prove it, whether we should prove it," he said.

"Given national security was at stake, it was especially important that we find out accurate facts."

The charges against a high-ranking official "show the world that this is a country that takes its law seriously," Fitzgerald said.

Libby was charged with lying to FBI agents and to the grand jury about conversations with reporters.

The greatest cover-up in media history is the success that the military is having in Iraq. It's the MSM,, get it?
29 posted on 11/30/2005 4:43:44 PM PST by street_lawyer (Conservative Defender of the Faith)
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To: CommandoFrank

When I emailed her to compliment her after her speech about Murtha, I said she was one of the few with "testicular fortitude".


30 posted on 11/30/2005 4:52:19 PM PST by dynachrome ("Where am I? Where am I going? Why am I in a handbasket?")
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To: dynachrome
she was one of the few with "testicular fortitude".

Pretty good!

31 posted on 11/30/2005 4:53:50 PM PST by CommandoFrank (Peer into the depths of hell and there you will find the face of Islam...)
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To: Plutarch

what Ann fails to realise is that if the GOP doesn't praise this man's military service, they will be portrayed as NOT doing so.

In the end, they voted to keep the soldiers in Iraq, but I guess that escapes Ann altogether.

Get her a donut also. She must've skipped Thanksgiving Dinner.


32 posted on 11/30/2005 4:55:40 PM PST by MikefromOhio (sorry for the size 7 font, but Moveon.org are idiots...)
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To: CommandoFrank

I wanted to say "nads", but maybe she doesn't watch "Beavis and Butthead"


33 posted on 11/30/2005 4:56:26 PM PST by dynachrome ("Where am I? Where am I going? Why am I in a handbasket?")
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To: Plutarch
I'm a former Marine and in my opinion Murtha was out of bounds ... way out of bounds. Murtha after nearly two decades in Congress has been corrupted by the system ... any vestiges of honor he had as a Marine dissipated years ago.
34 posted on 11/30/2005 5:03:11 PM PST by BluH2o
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To: Plutarch
Grand slam, Ann.

The only Republican congressman who did not offer to have sex with John Murtha on the House floor was Jean Schmidt, R-Ohio.

But even Jean Schmidt backed down under pressure from her own party.

It's kind of like a football game where Ohio State is playing the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind and doing everything they can to lose.

35 posted on 11/30/2005 5:12:54 PM PST by manwiththehands (Democrats and the MSM: lies and hypocrisy on steroids)
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To: Plutarch
Murtha . . . refuses to release his medical records showing he was entitled to his two Purple Hearts.

This is absolutely the first I have heard about this. Talk about things that make you go, Hmmmm!

I haven't heard that Murtha actually was a bad marine, but this does make me wonder. If it's legitimate for Democrats to repeatedly ask what Bush is hiding, especially since he has released every last document, why is it illegitimate to ask what kerry and murtha are hiding?

Furthermore, this is only an issue because, like kerry's Vietnam war service, Democrats have insistently made it an issue.

When are we going to see kerry's war records? When are we going to see Murtha's war records?

36 posted on 11/30/2005 5:18:17 PM PST by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: theDentist
Tail Gunner Joe McCarthy was also a war hero, the dems will also praise his war time service. Cricket's chirping.
37 posted on 11/30/2005 6:00:08 PM PST by Ursus arctos horribilis ("It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees!" Emiliano Zapata 1879-1919)
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To: Plutarch

Aww come on you guys! Don't you get it yet. If anyone had said he was un-American the Dems and 5th Column would have jumped on the old "see if you dissagree they (the Right) say you're unpatriotic." If anyone had questioned his war record, they would have started the whole "SwiftBoat, but he's a war hero" argument. We can't win those arguments!

We did win the vote though and now every one of those idiots is eating crow while we seem to be above the frey.

It reminds me of a scene in CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER. The President's friend has just been killed by Columbian Drug lords for stealing the money he was supposed to be laundering for them. The President is all worried about how it will look and all his advisors are saying "Play down your relationship." When good ol Jack Ryan jumps in with NO! If they ask if you were friends say you were GOOD friends. If they ask were you good friends say LIFELONG friends. Give them no place to go and let the facts speak for themselves.

All it does is keep the argument on topic and emotion out of it.


38 posted on 11/30/2005 6:09:31 PM PST by gtwizard
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To: Dont_Tread_On_Me_888

Sorry but as you say let's be real, the French are much tougher than the GOP.


39 posted on 11/30/2005 6:15:13 PM PST by Nuc1 (NUC1 Sub pusher SSN 668 (Liberals Aren't Patriots))
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To: Nuc1

Roger that.


40 posted on 11/30/2005 8:17:16 PM PST by Dont_Tread_On_Me_888 (Bush's #1 priority Africa. #2 priority appease Fox and Mexico . . . USA priority #64.)
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To: Cicero
Murtha appears to be getting into the Left Wing Moonbat mire pretty deep. From Wikipedia (I couldn't find the original source a the Moveon.org site, which doesn't have a search function):

Murtha made the following remarks via MoveOn.Org in connection with his resolution:

"I believe before the Iraqi elections, scheduled for mid December, the Iraqi people and the emerging government must be put on notice that the United States will immediately redeploy. All of Iraq must know that Iraq is free. Free from United States occupation."

41 posted on 11/30/2005 10:24:54 PM PST by Plutarch
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To: Plutarch

bttt


42 posted on 11/30/2005 10:48:44 PM PST by knews_hound (i know my typing sucks, i do it one handed ! (caps are especially tough))
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To: subterfuge

That's my shorthand handle around here.


43 posted on 12/01/2005 4:44:04 AM PST by sauropod ("The love that dare not speak its' name has now become the love that won't shut the hell up.")
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To: Plutarch; Lando Lincoln; quidnunc; .cnI redruM; Valin; King Prout; SJackson; dennisw; ...
Ann Coulter:

If Republicans were one-tenth as rough with the congressman who wants to withdraw troops in the middle of a war as they are on a congresswoman who calls it cowardly to withdraw troops in the middle of a war, we might have a functioning Republican Party.


Nailed It!

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44 posted on 12/01/2005 6:23:56 AM PST by Tolik
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To: Plutarch
Ann is smart enough to understand that the two "parties" are one and the same. Shame she is not intellectually honest enough to say so.
45 posted on 12/01/2005 6:28:56 AM PST by cynicom
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To: Plutarch

Coulter has just expressed the reason why I'm not giving so much as a dime to the Republican fundraisers. I'll vote for Republicans (if I like them), but I will not write checks to support this kind of nonsense. Republicans are in control of the House and the Senate--not to mention the Presidency. If they can't lead, maybe they shouldn't run next time, and make way for someone who CAN.


46 posted on 12/01/2005 6:40:10 AM PST by MizSterious (Anonymous sources often means "the voices in my head told me.")
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To: cynicom

They are not the same, and if you were "intellectually honest," you wouldn't be saying that. Are Republicans mooshy right now? You bet. But they do know the difference between fighting a war, and surrendering--at least when it comes to Iraq. In politics, it's a different matter.


47 posted on 12/01/2005 6:43:01 AM PST by MizSterious (Anonymous sources often means "the voices in my head told me.")
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To: dynachrome

I don't watch B&B but I still know what "nads" are.


48 posted on 12/01/2005 6:59:38 AM PST by sarasota
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To: Plutarch

Well, it's a bit like Marc Antony calling Caesar's murderers "Honorable Men" before he denounced them to the mob. They are a bunch of wussies though. Roman Senate, same way.


49 posted on 12/01/2005 7:09:40 AM PST by Great Caesars Ghost (History says our political structure and weak stomach will cause us to lose this war.)
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To: WinOne4TheGipper

Why oh why can't one of them shoot back with "you're damn right I'm questioning his patriotism!"


50 posted on 12/01/2005 7:10:57 AM PST by Great Caesars Ghost (History says our political structure and weak stomach will cause us to lose this war.)
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