Sunday, December 11, 2005

The Party of the White Flag

We have talked about Howard Dean begging the jihadis to accept an American surrender here:

We have talked about John Kerry equating our troops to terrorists here:

The RNC has create a commercial blending these cowardly soundbites together, to show America once and for all how the Democratic party plans to handle Iraq and national security in general shoul they ever gain executive power again. It can be seen here, via this link to Gateway Pundit:

North Dakota Congressman Earl Pomeroy, Democrat:

My words to Howard Dean are simple - shut up," Pomeroy told WDAY Radio in North Dakota on Thursday.

Dean tries to backtrack, but just keeps stumbling over his own lies and hateful rhetoric:

Seeking to clarify a statement in a Texas radio interview that Republicans harshly assailed and some Democrats questioned, Dean said, "They kind of cherry-picked that one the same way the president cherry-picked the intelligence going into Iraq."

It's not cherry picked at all, unfortunately...and Howard - nobody, not even your own party, believes you were taken out of context.

Dean's broadside Monday, likening Iraq to the Vietnam experience, went beyond an earlier call by Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., to begin to pull troops out. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., embraced Murtha's position Wednesday. But other Democrats have been more cautious about second-guessing President Bush on this issue.
Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., said earlier this week that Democrats "undercut the president's credibility at our nation's peril."

Here he goes at it again:

Dean said: "It was a little out of context. ... We can only win if we change our strategy dramatically. ... We want to serve our troops well. They're doing a fantastic job in Iraq."
Dean charged that Bush is "going in the wrong direction. We'll go in the right direction and save soldiers lives while we're doing it."
"We can and we have to win the war on terror," the Democratic Party chairman added. "We can't do it with this kind of approach."
Asked about Lieberman's statement, Dean replied, "I am not as worried about the president's credibility. ... We need to redeploy our troops and stop making our troops the target over there. We believe that talking about the president's failed strategy is not unpatriotic. It may undercut the president but it does not undercut the troops. We are for the troops and we are going to support the troops."

Well, surrender is a change of strategy. And I would think Howard would be hard pressed, after this new statement, to find many soldiers that believe he actually supports the troops.

Because the only thing he is doing is painting targets on their chests.

Link to above via Fox News:,2933,178091,00.html

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