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Thursday, March 01, 2007

Terrorist Appeasers Try Again

From Nealz Nuze, March 1, 2007

Democrats aren't giving up yet on their anti-war proposals...now they have a new one over in the House. The latest piece of legislation would not cut off funding for the troops, but would require the president to acknowledge the military is overburdened. Huh? These people don't know when to quit, do they? How about passing a resolution banning anymore resolutions about the war? One thing's for sure, if Osama really is alive and living in Pakistan...he must be pleased with his Democratic supporters.

What is the point of all this? There isn't one. When it comes to war, the power of the House of Representatives is clear: they hold the purse strings. Again...if the Democratic majority on Capitol Hill really believes that the war in Iraq is a mistake, then cut off the funding. Otherwise, sit down and shut up. While they're doing everything they can to undermine the commander-in-chief, this country is trying to win the war on terrorism.

It sure makes you wonder just whose side some of these liberals are on.



2 Comments:

Blogger Dan Trabue said...

"Democrats aren't giving up yet on their anti-war proposals"

Nor should they. They were elected to represent those of us (we, the people) who believe that Bush's policies are harmful to our national interests. If they choose not to represent us, then we'll keep trying to find someone who will.

The administration is out of step with the people on this Iraq invasion, I'd suggest, and the People are saying "Enough. It's time you represent us and not special interests."

March 01, 2007 12:14 PM  
Blogger MSUgal86 said...

It is clear the left is attempting to turn this war into another Vietnam-like situation to suit their own publicity purposes. The big difference between then and now? People are a bit more informed or sophisiticated these days. We are not dependent on one medium for news and information. I don't think America is going to buy into this power play.

March 01, 2007 12:17 PM  

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