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HISTORICAL QUOTE OF THE WEEK - "Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other." ABRAHAM LINCOLN

Saturday, June 17, 2006

DEMOCRATS ON THE RECORD ABOUT IRAQ PULL OUT

Yesterday in a 256 - 153 vote the House went on record concerning not setting a timeline for an Iraq pull out. Thursday in a similar move forcing the resolution designed by John Kerry the Senate voted overwhelmingly not to set a timeline for pulling out of Iraq. The interesting note in the Senate is that with all of the pull out rhetoric that has been screamed before the cameras when Senators were asked to put up or shut up by voting on the Senate resolution only six Senators, Harry Reid the Minority Leader, Russ Feingold of Wisconsin, Barbara Boxer of California, Robert Byrd of West Virginia, Tom Harkin of Iowa and Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts voted for the pull out. In the House 42 Democrats voted with the majority while only 3 Republicans voted against. Though neither vote is binding in the sense that it does not actually set a specific policy it does place House members and Senators on record concerning their stance on Iraq and whether they are truly supporting the troops and their mission, (although I believe that many on the left voted as they did because they were afraid of the political fall out with voters rather than truly supporting the troops and the war). Both of these resolutions speak to the troops in a loud and clear voice that as they are winning the situation in Iraq they are not losing at home. Many of you on the left see this only as a political move which it is in a sense but the largest accomplishment made by both the House and the Senate resolutions is to prove to the troops and the Iraqi people that the United States will complete the mission and support from the legislative branch is strong. Staying the course does not mean that the situation will not call for change and adaptation during the final stages of the mission. Staying the course means just that, that the United States will continue until the Iraqi government and Security forces have the full and complete capability to govern and protect themselves. There are some on the left that claim that the President is, "staying the course, " because Iraq has become such a quagmire that we are , "stuck, " there now and have to stay. I counter with the following questions. If Iraq has been such a failure then why and how has Al Qaeda in internal memos that were captured when Zarqawi was killed discussed that they are losing the battle ? Concerning Al Qaeda and the isurgency, if we set a timeline with an end date doesn't it make sanse that both will just wait until we are gone to make a move ? If Iraq is such a failure then how did they manage a Constitution ? If Iraq is such a failure then how have they established a free government that is NOT as has been claimed a theocracy ? If Iraq is such a failure then why did 80% of the people vote for both the Constitution and the government ? If Iraq is such a failure the why do our troops continue to return willingly to complete the mission ? If Iraq is such a failure then why do liberal politicians who are so willing to criticize and rebuke on camera for publicity vote against a pull out and continue to vote to fund this, "failure ?" If Iraq is such a failure then why have we not seen the country dissolve into anarchy as many have claimed is really actually happening ? Could it be that the reason that the left wants to claim that Iraq is a failure is because if it is not then the President is proven right in invading Iraq ? If Iraq is such a failure then why are enlistments up once again in the military ? The simple answer to all of these questions is that Iraq IS NOT A FAILURE. The left will never admit this because if they do then they will have nothing to complain about other then the usual complaints about abortion, a poor economy and raising taxes that have not worked for them for more than 30 years. Most of the country is against abortion, the economy is booming and the majority of Americans favor less taxation. So I guess we will have to put up with the , "Iraq failure, " whining since the left has nothing else to offer.......but we don't have to believe their rhetoric do we ?!?!?!

Ken Taylor

11 Comments:

Blogger Gayle said...

I agree with your post emphatically! The Dem's can do nothing but make up lies because they still don't have any agenda other than to bash the present administration. Iraq is not a failure, and trying to pull our troops out after all the work they have done is simply stupid. That would only result in the insurgency taking over and everything going back to square one,and all the sacrifices made would be for nothing, but the left simply does not care. They care only about one thing; making this country socialist and getting their power back, not necessarily in that order.

The good news is they can't do it the way they are going about it. Bitching, moaning, groaning and telling bold-faced lies will get them nowhere.

We've had a great week; our troops have had a great week, and it's long overdue.

Great post!

10:55 AM, June 17, 2006  
Blogger The Liberal Lie The Conservative Truth said...

Thanks Gayle. It has been a great week. But again what the left refuses to admit is that this great week was the result of consistant hard work and sacrifice with continual accomplishemt by our troops and a strong steadfast leadership by our President!

Ken

12:05 PM, June 17, 2006  
Blogger MDConservative said...

Ok, I am just trying to get this straight in my head. It is a publicity stunt to try and get politicians on the record of their stance? Makes one wonder, “what if”; just what if the vote had come out 256-153 in favor of pulling out of Iraq. The Sunday shows would be a constant line up of democrats claiming it is the will of the people that we leave Iraq, just look at the vote. Just look at the vote. “Tim, the vote shows.” “Chris, it is now so clear.” Blah blah blah.

It will be interesting what Murtha has to say on Meet the Press tomorrow. (hope that is in deed correct and my TiVo isn’t suffering typos.)

3:10 PM, June 17, 2006  
Anonymous blallik said...

My budddy's brother-in-law just came back from Iraq. He's an ex-army ex-NYPD undercover officer who is now training Iraqi cops. He says they never show up for training, but can still collect their paycheck each month. Trainers clear 120k tax-free each year. The entire project is a waste as far as he can tell, one that is being repeated thousands of times across the entire country, all paid for courtesy of our kids and grandkids, who didn't get to vote on it. I didn't hear this in the MSM, and I'm not making it up, but you can go ahead and call me a liar if you want. I hope to God that country stays whole, and peaceful, but not everyone who doubts it has some kind of evil "agenda."

9:16 AM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger Rob said...

You can go on cheerleading Bush's experiment, but it won't change how bad it is and the fact that the country is worsening. I don't take pleasure in that, I say it as a matter of fact.

Today's Washington Post published a June 6 cable from our Iraq Ambassador, Zalmay Khalilzad (see Opinion page). This is "Bush's guy" in Iraq and his report is sobering. You can read it for yourself if you get the Post or you can go to the following link:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/opinions/graphics/iraqdocs_061606.pdf

10:23 AM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger MDConservative said...

Blallik,
"all paid for courtesy of our kids and grandkids, who didn't get to vote on it. I didn't hear this in the MSM"

Well if the time stamp is correct I can't accuse you of what I thought. You and Murtha are on the same page. "Stay the course, stay and pay" being his new slogan, he used the exact quote you did!

Wow, you could be a speech writer for him.

11:08 PM, June 18, 2006  
Blogger Vern1966 said...

"...wait until we are gone to make a move."

What "move" would that be? What move would they be making that they haven't been making already? What, they have this huge standing army waiting in the wings?

And the "if, then" string of logic, being so pathetically faulty (nor do I have time right now to address it point for point) only merits a similar question: If it's such a success, why are we still there? Why is even the most secure section of the country -- the green zone -- under such heavy guard? Yes, there are valid measures of success. And yes, there are valid (and I think more numerous) measures of failure. Meaningless. The only real measure of failure to me is that we are there at all. It was a collosal failure of judgement, policy, leadership, and trust. FAILURE. It should never have happened.

3:15 PM, June 28, 2006  
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