Skip to comments.Senators fear Iraq war may spill to Iran, Syria
Posted on 01/11/2007 5:13:27 PM PST by Flavius
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Senators fear Iraq war may spill to Iran, Syria and the U.S. will win
I wish we all owned death rays, it would be ever so much more fun!
Senators fear; I hope.
Once again, note that this article was written by Arshad Mohammed and David Morgan.
Seemingly, every damned news organization in the world now has a reporter named Mohammed reporting on the War on Terror. Apparently they are no longer even attempting to hide that they are working for the other side.
What is this, Islamicist Affirmative Action?
Iraq war spill to Syria and Iran? Now that's a joke. There is no war first of all. It's a peacekeeping operation with lots of terrorists coming over from Iran and Syria into Iraq committing vionent acts. The dems have it backwards.
"I hope it "spills over" and we handle the spill entirely from the air."
I hope it really spills over and we continue to catch more Iranians doing their bad stuff in Iraq, as just happened.
Already looks like a good "spill over" will happen, and it is about time! Can't wait for the all out bombing of Iran! We will then see the problems in Iraq drop very quickly, I believe.
>> I think Bush;s plan is to draw them out in the open.We are going to have smack them down sooner or later.
And when we're done with Hagel and Biden, we can start in smacking down Syria and Iran!
If this bunch of limp-wristed republicans and communist RATS are "afraid" of this happening.....you can be damn sure that's exactly what NEEDS to occur.
Sounds like they are anticipating and wanting to get some Bush bashing in before it happens.
And that was the smartest thing Nixon ever did. Maybe the only smart thing.
Now we really are getting into Korea and Vietnam all over again...
The 'civil war' is being staged across sacrosanct borders.
Our troops are fighting it under ROE that deny them persuit.
These genuises are afraid it'll spill back over?
by Dr. Jack Wheeler
[Author of the Reagan Doctrine]
Thursday, 07 December 2006
One hundred and forty years ago, British philosopher John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) wrote:
War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things: the decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth a war, is much worse... A man who has nothing which he is willing to fight for, nothing which he cares more about than he does about his personal safety, is a miserable creature who has no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself. (Dissertations and Discussions 1867 Vol.1 p. 26.)
A perfect description of the Democrat Party leadership and the editors of the New York Times today. Which is why they are hyping the Iraq Study Group Report to the moon.
They hope to use the hype to force President Bush to surrender in Iraq. They will not succeed.
Yesterday (12/06), I and a small group of conservatives met with a top White House aide (whose comments were not for attribution so I can't name him). In so many words, he told us that President Bush's response to the Iraq Study Group Report and the media hysteria around it is: "Thank you for sharing."
First off, I don't trust Reuters definition of several Republicans. I'd like a complete list of names.
That being said, reading these quotes from Hagel somewhat alleviates my continuing anger at the no shows last Nov.
That headline says it all. These Senators talk big when they think no action will be taken (like with Clinton). When they gave Bush the authority to go to war, they really thought (like Kerry) that Bush wouldn't go through with it. Then they learned otherwise. Now they're scared sh**less.
I can understand your sentiments. He's not even a rhino. He is a Demo mole. When is his term up?
You really dont have to send troops across the border. you just kill those who come across to your side.
You also kill anything that looks like it might transport armaments/
Have you been on vacation to Mars? Who do you think is fighters and funding for the insurrgency in Iraq? It's Iran and Syria. The fight is already being fought and it is high time we recognized it and moved forward to win it.
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