Re: NEW IDEA FOR ABORTION PARTY: AID THE ENEMY
- From: "PerfectlyAble" <jrhw@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 24 Nov 2005 18:01:22 -0800
> NEW IDEA FOR ABORTION PARTY: AID THE ENEMY
> by Ann Coulter
> November 23, 2005
> In the Iraq war so far, the U.S. military has deposed a dictator who had
> already used weapons of mass destruction and would have used them again. As
> we now know, Saddam Hussein was working with al-Qaida and was trying to
> acquire long-range missiles from North Korea and enriched uranium from
So we should invade France because they used mustard gas
against the Germans? Oh, that was Hitlers argument.
> Saddam is on trial. His psychopath sons are dead. We've captured or killed
> scores of foreign terrorists in Baghdad. Rape rooms and torture chambers are
> back in R. Kelly's Miami Beach mansion where they belong.
Torture rooms around the world paid for by US taxpayers and
run by USA spooks. Brillant, USA ensuring Saddam doesn't have
a monopoly on torture.
> The Iraqi people have voted in two free, democratic elections this year. In
> a rash and unconsidered move, they even gave women the right to vote.
Women can vote in Iran. Its funny but Iran has a working Democracy.
The religious right there have a veto, but Bush is working on that
for America. Americans will soon have to accept that the
religious idea that human existance starts with independance
is against the will of God and conception is mandated by
government as the beginning of life. Many, many people would
regard that when a sperm and ova come to gether in a lab
test tube to not be the beginning of a human being but a
loveless, pre-carriage to the main event. Life is about living,
living requires work, life to come into existance takes 9 months
of hard labour.
> Iraqis have ratified a constitution and will vote for a National Assembly
> next month. The long-suffering Kurds are free and no longer require 24/7
> protection by U.S. fighter jets.
Democracy is all about will of the people. The overwhelming
will of the people of Iraq is for the US to packup and leave.
Iraq is like a peepshow, everyone is cheering the naked lady
but nobody is willing to admit to their wife they were ever there.
> Libya's Moammar Gadhafi has voluntarily dismantled his weapons of mass
> destruction, Syria has withdrawn from Lebanon, and the Palestinians are
> holding elections.
LOl.. Not only was intelligence about 9/11 and Saddam, Saddam
and WMD, but it turns out Libya were far in advancement on their
own program. We are ill-serve by the intelligence the spooks have
> (Last but certainly not least, the Marsh Arabs' wetlands ecosystem in
> central Iraq that Saddam drained is being restored, so even the Democrats'
> war goals in Iraq are being met.)
The democrats have always been for Saddams demise.
Unlike Rumseld and Cheney who sold US arms and loan
Saddam taxpayer money.
> The American military has accomplished all this with just over 2,000 deaths.
> These deaths are especially painful because they fall on our greatest
> Americans. Still, look at what the military has done and compare the cost to
> 600,000 deaths in the Civil War, 400,000 deaths in World War II and 60,000
> deaths in Vietnam (before Walter Cronkite finally threw in the towel and
> declared victory for North Vietnam).
Thats an obvious lie. Seems you care so much that Iraqis
have a democracy but don't care to tell us how many of
them will never reach the ballot box alive thanks to Bush's
illegal invasion. Cherrypicking the moral.
> What is known as a "hawk" in today's Democratic Party looks at what our
> military has accomplished and - during the war, while our troops are in
> harm's way - demands that we withdraw our troops.
Republicians offer up a bill for immediate withdrawal,
like Democrats are going to giveup Iraq that easierly.
The story just keeps on giving, Bush looks inept the
longer he keeps up the pretence of victory in Iraq.
Bush doesn't have a clue. Winning in Iraq takes
morals, it takes concensus, it takes reacting to
the ground events. If you want Iraqis to build a
Democracy you don't do it for them, you backoff
and you make it very uncomfortable for those
groups that want to stall, stop or rubbish the process.
Oh, thats right, un-like Florida 2000.
> In an upbeat speech now being aired repeatedly on al-Jazeera, last week Rep.
> John Murtha said U.S. troops "cannot accomplish anything further in Iraq
> militarily. It is time to bring them home." Claiming the war is "a flawed
> policy wrapped in illusion," Murtha said the "American public is way ahead
> of us."
Soldiers kill people and.or blow up buildings. Nations aren't
built during wartime, they are built after when the enemy has
resigned himself to his defeat. Alas, Bush failed to achieve
that military goal. A surrender. Until the US has the ability
to waste Sunnis off the face of the universe, and for Sunnis
to realise that exactly what the US will do unless they
surrender, there will never be an end to the war. Bush,
didn't get to Vietnam, he never realised compassionate
conservativism has no place in a battler field manual.
> Fed up with being endlessly told "the American people" have turned against
> the war in Iraq, Republicans asked the Democrats to show what they had in
> their hand and vote on a resolution to withdraw the troops.
Americians backed winners. Bush isn't winning.
Say its so doesn't make it so.
> By a vote of 403-3, the House of Representatives wasn't willing to bet that
> "the American people" want to pull out of Iraq. (This vote also marked the
> first time in recent history that the Democrats did not respond to getting
> their butts kicked by demanding a recount.)
Democrats aren't going to retreat from Iraq the
way Bush invaded, by being rushed into by liars
and obvious lies. Typical Republicianism arrange
for the process to give you what you want without
any ability for oversight, dissention, or reply.
> The vote is all the more shocking because of what it says about the
> Democrats' motives in attacking the war - as well as alerting us to three
> members of Congress we really need to keep an eye on.
Republicians love torture, even torturing the Democrats with
abuse of process and the intent of the founders to provide
a forum for a debate not a hatchet job.
> It is simply a fact that Democrats like Murtha are encouraging the Iraqi
> insurgents when they say the war is going badly and it's time to bring the
> troops home. Whether or not there is any merit to the idea, calling for a
> troop withdrawal - or "redeployment," as liberals pointlessly distinguish -
> will delay our inevitable victory and cost more American lives.
> Anti-war protests in the U.S. during the Vietnam War were a major source of
> moral support to the enemy. We know that not only from plain common sense,
> but from the statements of former North Vietnamese military leaders who
> evidently didn't get the memo telling them not to say so. In an Aug. 3,
> 1995, interview in The Wall Street Journal, Bui Tin, a former colonel in the
> North Vietnamese army, called the American peace movement "essential" to the
> North Vietnamese victory.
> "Every day our leadership would listen to world news over the radio at 9
> a.m. to follow the growth of the American anti-war movement," he said.
> "Visits to Hanoi by people like Jane Fonda and former Attorney General
> Ramsey Clark and ministers gave us confidence that we should hold on in the
> face of battlefield reverses."
> What are we to make of the fact that - as we now know - the Democrats don't
> even want to withdraw troops from Iraq? By their own account, there is no
> merit to their demands. Before the vote, Democrats could at least defend
> themselves from sedition by pleading stupidity. Now we know they don't
> believe what they are saying about the war. (Thanks to that vote, the
> Islamo-fascists know it, too.)
> The Democrats are giving aid and comfort to the enemy for no purpose other
> than giving aid and comfort to the enemy. There is no plausible explanation
> for the Democrats' behavior other than that they long to see U.S. troops
> shot, humiliated, and driven from the field of battle.
> They fill the airwaves with treason, but when called to vote on withdrawing
> troops, disavow their own public statements. These people are not only
> traitors, they are gutless traitors.
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