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To: maica

Yup, it's definitely a 'culture of death' over there with the liberals!! Brace yourself for all the same old "It's all Bush's fault!", "Bush lied, innocents died", "Clinton lied, nobody died", "Bush should send his daughters to die!", "They died for oil!", yada yada yada garbage to roll out of the MSM for the next few days. And I'm sure Doonesbury will do a loving tribute to the troops for this number being so LOW, yeah, right.


13 posted on 06/15/2006 7:42:55 AM PDT by pillut48 (CJ in TX)
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To: pillut48

A wonderful article on RealClearPolitics today -

June 15, 2006
Why I Left The Left

By Seth Swirsky
I used to be a liberal.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2006/06/why_i_left_the_left.html

Iraq is the "Normandy" of the War on Terror. The hope, once Iraq and Afghanistan are more stable, is that the nearly 70 million people in Iran will look at those countires (on it's left and right borders) and say: "Why do these people get to vote, send their women to school, and buy Nikes and we don't?" - and then topple their Mullah's dictatorial regime. The President understands the big picture -- that if the U.S. doesn't help to remake that volatile region, we will face a nuclear version of 9/11 within the next two or five or 10 years. He is simply being realistic in his outlook and responsible in his actions. Iraq is succeeding, slowly but surely, but that's not a sexy enough story to lead the news with: the relatively small amount of casualities are. Don't forget, we occupied Germany and Japan for seven years and we still have troops there, more than 60 years after World War II ended.

And what have the Democrats contributed to the war effort since 9/11? Democrat Sen. Russ Feingold has suggested censuring our president; Former President and Vice President Bill Clinton and Al Gore, while visiting foreign countries, have blasted President Bush - acts of unconscionable irresponsibility; Democrat Sen. John Murtha, has invoked a cut-and-run policy in Iraq, supported by Democrat Senate Minority leader Harry Reid and Democrat House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi. Do they think the Middle East and the World would be safer if we had cut and run, as Murtha's plan wanted us to do? Under that plan, our troops would have been out of Iraq by May 18th and al-Zarqawi wouldn't be dead, but pulling the strings in an Iraqi civil war. With these kinds of ideas and behaviors, I just don't trust Democrats when it comes to our national security.


23 posted on 06/15/2006 7:57:23 AM PDT by maica (Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle --Abraham Lincoln)
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