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Monday, December 05, 2005
"In next week's election, the Iraqi people will shame them yet again..."

Steyn eviscerates the anti-war left, once again.

You have to read the whole thing, but here are two small samples:

"It must be awful lonely being Joe Lieberman in the Democratic Party these days. Every time he switches on the news there's John Kerry sonorously droning out his latest pretzel of a position: Insofar as I understand it, he's not calling for a firm 100 percent fixed date of withdrawal -- like, say, Feb. 4, 2 p.m.; meet at Baghdad bus station with two pieces of carry-on. Don't worry, it's not like flying coach on TWA, you'd be able to change the date without paying a surcharge. But Kerry drones that we need to "set benchmarks" for the "transfer of authority." Actually, the administration's been doing that for two years -- setting dates for the return of sovereignty, for electing a national assembly, for approving a constitution, etc, and meeting all of them. And all during those same two years Kerry and his fellow Democrats have huffed that these dates are far too premature, the Iraqis aren't in a position to take over, hold an election, whatever. The Defeaticrats were against the benchmarks before they were for them."

or this...

"...Bush has chosen to embark on a project every other great power of the last half-millennium has shrunk from: the transformation of the Middle East. You can argue the merits of that, but once it's underway it's preposterous to suggest we need to have it all wrapped up by Jan. 24. The Defeaticrats' loss of proportion is unworthy of a serious political party in the world's only superpower. In next week's election, the Iraqi people will shame them yet again."

Read. The. Whole. Thing.

The Iraqi people are two for two in elections so far. Steyn predicts that they will be three for three next week. I'm certainly hoping for success, though I know there are others (the 'patriotic' among us) who will be much happier the day after the election if things go poorly.

Of course, the terrorists know the stakes, so they may attempt to raise the ante next week. But I think the Iraqi people, with our help, will prevail again over the nutjobs. These people have demonstrated that they are willing to walk over the dead bodies of suicide bombers (and spit on them!) on the way to vote. They've earned our respect in that regard.

The Bush administration has set pretty clear benchmarks for success -- interim elections, constitution, and soon, elections for a permanent Iraqi government. Of course, it would have been so much easier to just hand the keys over to an intact Iraqi army and let the generals keep order the old fashioned way.

That just shows you how short-sighted Bush is -- freedom this and freedom that. If he were a bit more, well, nuanced -- then maybe he would understand that the most important thing is stability, not this outdated, culturally insenstive idea of "freedom".

Poor Lieberman, Democratic senator from the state of Israel. Don't American voters understand how important this war is for the safety of his constituents in Tel Aviv?

But don't worry Americans, Joe cares about you too. After all without America, where would $15,000 of annual aid for each Israeli come from?

He is the democrat's only true chickenhawk patriot. Like other proud supporters of sending out military into the meat grinder, Joe is the proud recipient of two deferments which kept him out of Vietnam and fighting on the home front, training to be a lawyer.
ahh, the war on americans who think different than you continues. How about turning that energy against the terrorists. I guess since you chickenhawks can't fight real enemies you have to make some up.
The statistic includes in large part Jewish charities and other Freedom loving Americans that buy Israeli bonds. So until you pass a law telling me what to do with my money, I'm going to keep buying bonds, supporting the State of Israel and supporting candidates who want to fight our Islamo-Facist enemies.

If there's one thing that gives me hope in this battle for Iraq and our role in the Middle East, it is that unlike our enemies we are not warmed over left-overs from the '60s, rabid anti-semites or spineless weaklings.

Thank you for once again confirming my point of view.

Merry Christmas!
I'm confused on the democrat chicken hawk thing. If you avoided the war in Vietnam by going to law school, and then years later support operations against Islamo-facists, your a bad guy? But if you avoided the war in Vietnam, went to communist Russia, spoke poorly of America, and then eventually bomb an asprin factory( run by islamo-facists) to take the world view off of your oral sex scandal, well then your fine, and OK? I know I'm just a military recruiter, and have probably not had as much formal education as the SCG"S, but I can still see something thats not quite not meshing here.
Chris... have you converted? I think you would bother them more with a heart-felt Happy Hannekah! I'll never understand why Jewish Americans continue to vote in large numbers with the Anti-Semites on the left.

Strange definition of patriotism from the left, which requires people to have military service in order to have a legitimate opinion on the war, yet fights to keep recruiters off our campuses. I guess John Kerry is their type of patriot, someone who has military service AND says our troops are terrorizing women and children. It's like wrapping yourself in the flag and burning it all at the same time! A true profile in courage.
I spelled Hannakah wrong in the last post and, possibly, this one too. Oy vey!
It might have something to do with the fact that 50 years ago it was the right that sent them to the gas chambers.
Yep, the Nazis and Republicans were birds of a feather, except for the fact that the Nazis were socialists, that's why they called themselves the National Socialist Party. Yes, they hated the communists... such is the irony of small differences.
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