Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Dean Surrenders, America Shrugs...

Dhimmi Dean dances feverishly to convince America that yes, it is Vietnam all over again:

In an interview with WOAI-AM in San Antonio, Dean criticized what he called
President "permanent commitment to a failed strategy" while saying, "We need to be out of there and take the targets off our troops back." Dean recalled that the strategy to stay the course in Vietnam cost thousands more lives to be lost.
"I wish the president had paid more attention to the history of Iraq before we had gotten in there," Dean said. "The idea that we're going to win this war is just plain wrong


Dean doesn't explain why we cannot win, of course, since there are no serious facts to honestly compare Iraq and Vietnam. He's simply trying to turn America against the war by assuring us that we are going to lose. And Howie, aren't you the one painting the target on our troop's back, by constantly reassuring the terrrorists that we'll cut and run if they only kill a few more US Marines?

Dean tells Americans we are losers, Murtha calls the Army "beaten down", John Kerry calls American soldiers terrorists ( ...but don't you dare question their patriotism - they support the troops!

And just maybe those Dems are on the wrong side of that whole torture issue as well? From MSNBC, no right-wing news outfit:

Poll finds broad approval of terrorist torture
Most Americans and a majority of people in Britain, France and South Korea say torturing terrorism suspects is justified at least in rare instances, according to AP-Ipsos polling....
....In America, 61 percent of those surveyed agreed torture is justified at least on rare occasions. Almost nine in 10 in South Korea and just over half in France and Britain felt that way.

For a lark, read how CNN spins the exact same info - their headline reads Poll: U.S. Allies Oppose Interrogations; but their third sentence in says:

...about as many saying it's OK in some cases as those saying it never should be used.

Hardly "opposed", if just as many say its OK, right? Heck, why let facts get into the way of a good spin? Chock full of anti-American agitprop, this article is {link here:} . But why do I have the feeling that this is what the Democrats are reading, and getting their talking points from?

Gosh, I really, really wish the midterm elections were tomorrow...

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