Skip to comments.Democrats say war on terror should be refocused from Iraq to al-Qaida
Posted on 09/09/2006 9:36:59 AM PDT by jmc1969
Democrats are responding to President Bush's latest remarks on the war on terror, saying it'll take a new policy in Iraq to make America safe.
Congressman Sherrod Brown of Ohio says the U-S-led invasion of Iraq has made the country "a training ground for terrorists and a recruiting tool for the leaders of al-Qaida."
He says the war on terror should be redirected to end what he calls the "open-ended commitment in Iraq" and refocus military efforts on destroying al-Qaida.
Brown, who is running for a seat in the Senate, delivered the Democrats' weekly radio address.
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"October 2000 - Attack on the USS Cole,NO ACTION, the Clinton Administration wanted a Mideast peace deal before the election"
Yeah, great peace deal ya got us, bonehead (Clinton). Making "peace" with murdering scumbag Islamo-facists means we die and they take over the world. Biggest mistake this nation has made in the past 100 years was electing Clinton.
Does anyone have any doubt whatsoever that buggering out of Iraq will be shortly followed by buggering out of Afghanistan?
These people are traitors, and if the Bush administration had any real respect for the troops overseas and the sacrifices of their families here at home, they would treat them as such.
No democracy can long fight a war with a plurality of the population and a major political party cheering for defeat, and real Presidential leadership would involve kicking these people in the nuts rhetorically at every opportunity, and arresting members of the media who work as funnels of terrorist propaganda on one side and funnels of cash to terrorists for 'news' and 'fauxtography' on the other.
How many 'stringers' for networks and news agencies in Iraq and Lebanon in fact work for the terrorists? How much money have the news media paid these people? How many threats have they received from local scum to report only anti-Isreali and anti-American news? Inqiring minds want to know.
And I don't want to here any baloney about 'fighting or someone's rights'. Do our troops fight for the 'right' of someone stabbing them in the back? For the 'right' of criminals to block shipment of munitions to troops fighting overseas? The 'right' to hire terrorists and operate as a conduit for terrorist propaganda?
Anyone who belives such nonsense has drunk to deeply from the well of the Kool Aid Konstitution given to us by the Warren court and upheld by subsequent generations of legal frauds.
We have made a political decision as a society to go to war, and any government that fails to uphold the minimum standards of civic responsibility in wartime does not in fact have much respect for the law or for those from whom it asks the last full measure of devotion.
al-Qaida is just part of islamo facism. Islamo facism is the enemy. Bush knows this and it is easy to explain to most people. That is why the use of the term islamo facism drives dems mad. It exposes them as for what they are, politcal posturers that play word games and endanger our country and troops to gain political power.
Oh yeah, that will work. Freaking idiots! Tell me you brainless party of traitors, what are the geographic boundaries of Al Quaida? What a revelation, that they are all in one place where we can hit them.
The rat party is potentially more dangerous than the enemy themselves because the rat party will say and do anything to regain its political power. They will do anything with utter disregard for the safety of the country and the real enemy and real world situation.
The dems should have been outlawed in this country in 1865 when we ended their last great assault on the constitution and the union. The rat party is indeed part of the enemy that must be defeated.
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