Friday, December 29, 2006

if i didn't know better

i'd say he was high on acid. he sure is hallucinating - that's fo sho. he's seeing things that aren't there. he's hearing things that aren't being said. he's ignoring things that ARE there and that ARE being said. he's living in a fantasy world that has NOTHING to do with what is GOOD and MORALLY RIGHT for the people of not only his state, connecticut, but for the people of ALL of the united states. he has an agenda. he always had an agenda. this is AMERICA and we all must do what is good for AMERICA.

we invaded a land that never touched us. they never flew planes into the world trade center. they never attacked us NEVER (i mean PRIOR to us illegally invading their land to bring them 'democracy' and 'freedom').

i am sick and tired of this ugly war. it's not even touching me a zillionth as much as it is touching those serving, their family members and friends and ALL of the people in the middle east.

when will we rise up and say ENOUGH. ENOUGH killing, ENOUGH war, ENOUGH bombing, ENOUGH ENOUGH ENOUGH

when will someone stop these madmen (and women)? lieberman, the king and ALL of his court.

i myself would pick up arms to defend my country. we are NOT defending our country here. we've invaded a country for goddess only knows why. one of the reasons is to line the pockets of the good ol' white boy network. another reason is sheer insanity. another reason is payback (for insulting the kings father so many years ago).

(can you tell i'm foaming at the mouth right about now)?

Why We Need More Troops in Iraq

By Joseph Lieberman Friday, December 29, 2006; Page A27
I've just spent 10 days traveling in the Middle East and speaking to leaders there, all of which has made one thing clearer to me than ever: While we are naturally focused on Iraq, a larger war is emerging. On one side are extremists and terrorists led and sponsored by Iran, on the other moderates and democrats supported by the United States. Iraq is the most deadly battlefield on which that conflict is being fought. How we end the struggle there will affect not only the region but the worldwide war against the extremists who attacked us on Sept. 11, 2001.
Because of the bravery of many Iraqi and coalition military personnel and the recent coming together of moderate political forces in Baghdad, the war is winnable. We and our Iraqi allies must do what is necessary to win it.
The American people are justifiably frustrated by the lack of progress, and the price paid by our heroic troops and their families has been heavy. But what is needed now, especially in Washington and Baghdad, is not despair but decisive action -- and soon........


Fuzzy Turtle said...

So Major Gen. Paul Eaton, Lt. Gen. William Odom, Marine Gen. Anthony Zinni, Lt. Gen. Greg Newbold, Lt. Gen. Bernard Trainor and Maj. Gen. John Batiste a(who retired rather than continue to work for Rumsfeld) don't know what they're talking about..

Lieberman's an idiot, but people voted for him. I wish the Dems in the state would reflect on WHY Lamont wasn't able to get his message out effectively. This should have been a slam dunk, but it didn't happen.

Don't look at me. I didnt vote for JoeTastrophe. But I know people who didn't and I always ask why, what made them vote the way they did. Not to lecture (what's done is done), but to know how to talk to them to influence their votes going forward.

a rose is a rose said...

i didn't vote for da liebs either. when i ask why people voted for him, all i get is some lame shite like, 'lamont was not a seasoned vet in the senate'. i don't care about that. what i cared about more than anything (right now) is us getting OUT of iraq. da liebs and his ulterior motives will, if he can, keep us there (the middle east as a whole) forever. it's NOT where we belong