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December 07, 2005

Democratic Chairman Promises Victory for Al Qaeda

The Chairman of the Democratic Party has now promised that we will lose the crucial struggle in Iraq.

The "idea that we're going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong," Howard Dean proclaimed. What does he know that the people running the war don't? For one, he knows that "This is the same situation we had in Vietnam." More importantly, he knows the backroom machinations of the one enemy that might actually cause America to lose — the Democratic Party.

"Bring the 80,000 National Guard and Reserve troops home immediately. They don't belong in a conflict like this anyway," Dean raved, as if oblivious to the consequences if we abruptly pulled out half our troops.

As for fighting al Zarqawi, Dean's all for it, but only after we tuck our tails between our legs and "redeploy" to some other country:

[W]e need a force in the Middle East, not in Iraq but in a friendly neighboring country to fight (terrorist leader Musab) Zarqawi, who came to Iraq after this invasion.

Never mind that al Zarqawi is known to have been in Iraq for a year prior to the invasion; Democrats have left the factual world far behind. In their alternate reality, the Seventies never ended. Not only is Iraq Vietnam, it's Watergate too.

"What we see today is very much like what was going in Watergate," Dean jabbered. "It turns out there is a lot of good evidence that President Bush did not tell the truth when he..." ...blah blah blah blah blah AAAAARRRRRRGGGGGHHH! blah blah...

Of all the remarkably fatuous things he's had to say recently, it may be most disturbing to think he may really believe that the situation in Iraq is strictly "an Iraqi problem." If he can't grasp that the success of democracy in Iraq is absolutely critical to our national security, Dean has no business being involved in government at any level.

But the truth might be more disturbing still. Maybe Dean isn't an idiot. Maybe he's aware that he is demoralizing our troops, encouraging terrorists, and contributing to the efforts of anti-American extremists like Code Pink who quite openly want America to lose and al Qaeda to win.

Sounds absurd, doesn't it?

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Hat tip: Michelle Malkin

Posted by Van Helsing at December 7, 2005 08:57 AM

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[W]e need a force in the Middle East, not in Iraq but in a friendly neighboring country to fight (terrorist leader Musab) Zarqawi, who came to Iraq after this invasion.

Friendly Neighboring country? Which one? Turkey has already said no? So, Iran? Syria?

And if we pull out (i.e. Surrender to Al Qaeda), then terrorists take over Iraq, do we then have to invade all over again?

The "idea that we're going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong."

This is actually true. The idea that Democrats are going to win the war in Iraq is just plain wrong.

Posted by: V the K at December 7, 2005 10:09 AM

We're gonna retreat from Iraq, and then we're gonna retreat from Afghanistan, Germany, Japan, Bosnia, Ohio, California, Guam, YEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAARRRRRGH!

Posted by: Doug at December 7, 2005 01:49 PM

"I don't think you can win it (the war on terror). But I think you can create conditions so that those who use terror as a tool are less acceptable in parts of the world. Let's put it that way." --George W Bush on the War on Terror, August 31, 2004

Posted by: Ronald Reagan at December 7, 2005 03:52 PM

I wish you would stop besmirching the name of Ronaldus Magnus with your twittering...

I think it's pretty obvious to anyone not inclined to dismiss every word he utters that the president was stating that there is no way to categorically eliminate "terrorism", but that it we can obviously change the dynamic that allows it to flourish due to popular support.

So here's a man who idiots like you deride as a simpleton incapable of linguistic "nuance", but when he speaks in less than literal terms, you deliberately misinterpret what he says.

And you wonder why nobody listens to liberals anymore...

Posted by: Darth Bacon at December 7, 2005 04:34 PM

Like my old friend Mr. Gorbachev used to say:

"Can you get Colonel North to neutralize this imposter once and for all? He's really just a pointless moonbat that needs to be out out of his misery."

Posted by: Ronald Reagan at December 7, 2005 04:34 PM

Oh my...

Whoever this fuck-wit is who seems to find delight in using the name of President Reagan seems to lack the courage of his convictions.

Otherwise, he'd call me at 818-288-8937. Once again, that's 818-288-8937. Blocked calls will be ignored, by the way.

He'd at least have the common decency to allow me to splooge all over his mommy's ass. His dad, maybe? I'm all for "diversity" after all - I discriminate against NO ONE.

Posted by: HollywoodNeoCon at December 8, 2005 05:42 AM

The "idea that we're going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong."

Hey, "Ronnie", Bush was saying that terrorism could not be 100% wiped out in and of itself. He wasn't saying that we would fail in our mission to defeat terrorism and neutralize it. He also wasn't saying that we couldn't win in Iraq.

Nope...Dean said that instead. Nicely done, dipsh#t.

Posted by: Jonathan at December 9, 2005 12:58 PM

Hey, Hollywood, let us know if that coward calls you, OK? :)

Posted by: Jonathan at December 9, 2005 12:58 PM

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