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The party of [Dim]ocrats have themselves quite a problem on their hands.

Everyone from Rep[rehensible] Murtha to John “Timeline” Kerry and their like-minded associates have painted themselves into a corner by advocating timelines and “redeployments” from Iraq “to Okinawa.”

With the unauthorized and illegal leak of yet another classified document, and subsquent publication by the NYT of the NIE, they thought they had the Eviiiil Bushies again. Had’em already sitting on the horse, whip in hand, ready to lash the hindquarters of said steed and watch Bush fall to his quick death.

Headlines blared across the U.S. and within a a couple hours spanned the globe: “Bush’s Iraq war has doomed us all, and has spawned more terrorists than can be counted.”

All based on a couple, and very selective paragraphs, it should be noted.

But alas, it wasn’t to be. Bush countered the parade of leftist appeasement monkeys making the talk show rounds with a declassification of other and more pertinent sections of the NIE document.

Such as this one:

We assess that the Iraq jihad is shaping a new generation of terrorist leaders and operatives; perceived jihadist success there would inspire more fighters to continue the struggle elsewhere.

Does that sound like pulling out without completely finishing the job thus giving the jihadist-cut-throats cause to celebrate their “success” might just be a bad idea?

I thought so to. I also see the corner the [Dim]ocrats are standing in. It has fresh paint surrounding them. (a pale grayed pink-lilac color otherwise known as Mauve. Yeeech!)

Here, let me get out my paint brush again:

The jihadists greatest vulnerability is that their ultimate political solution an ultra-conservative interpretation of shari’a based governance spanning the Muslim world is unpopular with the vast majority of Muslims. Exposing the religious and political straitjacket that is implied by the jihadists propaganda would help to divide them from the audiences they seek to persuade.

Hmmm… where have I heard that before? Oh, yea it was part of the Bush plan to rid Iraq of Saddam and offer an example of what could be in the Middle East as opposed to rampant corruption, authoritarian governments, and little to no freedom of the press.

So, I pose the question again, how will the Democrats spin an Iraqi pullout now? They can scream and moan about more jihadists being produced and as soon as they do the above quotes from the same document they cite will be tossed in their collective faces.

Hi-larious, and Bush wins another round. BTW, for your reading pleasure cruise by Musing Minds for a round up of quotes from various Fox News programs.

UPDATE: So what do these idiot dimbulbs do? With douche-bag Nancy Pelosi leading the charge some of them are bleating about Bush “selectively releasing” portions of the NIE report that support the presidents policy in Iraq and the Middle East.

Wonder what she calls the two or three paragraphs that were leaked (out of 30 pages) by some despicable little bastard to further their political agenda? Besides “patriot” I mean, at least her definition of one.

Capt Ed has more on Pelosi and Sen. Reid.


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After watching Slick Willy make a fool of himself during the Chris Wallace interview Sunday I fully expected the leftist-progressives-moonbats to be in high dudgeon over what they perceived as a “hit piece and “set-up.”

I wasn’t disappointed. DKos, Atrios and the DUmmies, (and who the hell is “Big Dog?” Was it Monica’s pet name for it?) to name a few, are going ballistic. It’s HI-larious watching the mental and logical contortions (did I mention lies?) used to prop up Clinton’s “legacy,” such as it is.

What I didn’t expect, and shocked to find, was a MSM outlet that was in effect defending Foxnews and giving Clinton a smackdown over the interview. But that’s exactly what Jake Tapper (no where close to a Bush supporter) writing for ABC News has done.

For obvious reasons it’s my read of the day. And it should be yours also.

I’m also not shocked to learn Clinton, along with his fellow travellers in the [Dim]ocrat Party, when challenged on anything falls back on conspriacy theories and how it’s has been and always will be the Republicans, neocons, and conservatives. Did I mention Karl Rove?

Him to!


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The illustrious Kofi “The Magnificent” Annan graces the pages of Cranial Cavity this fine Tuesday. While addressing a meeting of foreign ministers, including Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Kofi said Iraqi leaders were “at an important crossroads” as the country faces a persistent insurgency and rampant sectarian violence.

Well, well. Welcome to the party Kofi, fashionably late I see.

Iraq and it’s leaders have been at an important crossroads since Saddam fled into his rabbit hole. With the exception of uttering a few sheep bleats after allowing the U.N. Mission HQ’s in Iraq to be blown sky high, then fleeing the country shortly thereafter, you and your hazard to mankind organization have been completely silent on the issue of Iraq.

Well, let me restate that. I wanna be fair even if it is Kofi were talking about. He hasn’t been entirely silent. There was that one time when Kofi did more than a little campaigning on behalf of John “Empty Suit” Kerry which speaks volumes doesn’t it?

But other than that, silent!

One other note on Kofi’s implementation of the Compact for Iraq. It calls for a “five year plan” for Iraq. It took the U.N. five years to gin up a five year plan!

Using that timeline as a guide can we assume a U.N. “Ten Year Plan” is in the offing to combat U.N. “peace-keepers” that are committing sex crimes against children with impunity in the far corners of the world?


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Scene one: The Pope in a speech in his native Germany at University of Regensburg, quotes a medieval emperor about the barbarity of forced religious conversions. (Sharia law anyone?)

Scene two: Muslims burnt effigies of the Roman Catholic leader and staged demonstrations around the world.

Scene three: “These are all lies. The prophet (Muhammad), peace be upon him, came as a mercy to the world.” – Grand Mufti Abdul-Aziz al-Sheik, Saudi Arabia.

Scene four: Pope Benedict XVI apologized, Benedict now says that he hoped Muslims would understand and said he respected Islam and hoped Muslims would understand the true sense of his words.

Scene five: Muslims burn two churches in the West Bank and a Greek Orthodox church in Gaza got hit with two separate bombs and a concussion grenade.

(Directors commentary) Pope ole boy, that apology didn’t seem to have much effect on the jihadist lunatics. Me thinks they want your head on a platter. Better watch out, Dhimmitude may be headed to a Vatican near you!

Epilogue: Meanwhile, there is a British call to kill all the “nonbelievers” and several bombs have gone off in Thailand.


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Subtitled: PETA Rides Stringray to Jump Shark.

Last week the world lost one of its greatest and most recognizable conservationists in Steve Irwin. Not withstanding things that are grey, 6 feet tall and hop on two legs, and cuddly euclyptus leave eaters Steve was the face of Australia world-wide.

With that as a backdrop it’s pretty evident what the Barking Moonbats and low-level terrorists at PETA would do, attack him. The only surprise is they didn’t gather around his grave and hold a candlelight vigil for the dead chickins Steve fed his most favored Crocs.

Animal rights group PETA have branded Australia’s Steve Irwin a ‘cheap reality TV star’, less than a week after he tragically died in a stingray attack.

While Mr Irwin’s fans across the world have been mourning the death of their favourite ‘fearless’ presenter, PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, have seen one of their problems now dealt with.

PETA’s Dan Matthews said: ‘His death is no shock at all. He made his career out of antagonising frightened wild animals, and that’s a very dangerous message to send to young children.

‘If you compare him with a very responsible conservationist like Jacques Cousteau, then he just looks like a cheap reality TV star.’

The Romans had a saying “Nihil nisi bonum” that means speak only good of the dead (literally it is ‘nothing if not good’).

My dear ole Dad had a saying also; STFU!

So PETA is jumping for joy because “one of their problems” is dead! Oh… and they’re “worried” about messages sent to children. That “worry” never surfaced when they were tossing fake chicken blood on kids as they attempted to get a Chucky Meal at KFC.

Funny how that works isn’t it? These guys are a combination of every despicable blog troll that has every dropped a stinkin’ pile of poo in a comment section. And then some!

And just to show how tone deaf these moroons are they invoke the name of Jacques Cousteau and use him as an example to attack Irwin. Do they know, or even care, (he said rhetorically) that Cousteau’s Grandson was part of the film crew when the accident happened?

Anyone that gives these detestable idiots one red cent are certifiably insane.


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Amnesty International, the people who think “torture” is having to listen to loud rap music and having jockey shorts pulled over a jihadist head, is reporting Canada has had it’s own “extraordinary rendition” program.

The cases of four Canadian men who were arrested and allegedly tortured in Syria suggest Ottawa operated a secret program to send terror suspects to nations where they could be interrogated brutally, a top Amnesty International official said on Tuesday.

A commission set up to inquire into what happened to one of the men, Maher Arar, is due to release its report next week. Arar was deported from the United States as a suspected al Qaeda member in September 2002.

He spent almost a year in jail in Damascus, where he said he was beaten repeatedly. Arar also alleged that his Syrian interrogators had asked questions based on information provided by Canadian intelligence agents.

(Emphasis mine) Funny that, Syria of all places. For its part they deny the allegations of torture.

Yea riiight! They don’t torture; Much.

They just set “fires” so they can claim later to be “great firefighters.”

You gotta love the plausible deniability angle of this story. Bush gets off scott free, at least to those not suffering from an acute case of BDS. Bush sends this guy off to The Great White North, who then sends him on a Syrian vacation!

The [Dim]ocrats will claim this has Rove’s fingerprints all over it! In reality extraordinary rendition has Clinton’s prints and most likely his DNA, considering he didn’t give a damn where he left it. Rendition was started in 1995 by Michael Scheuer then a CIA Chief.

At the time rendition was used as part of criminal proceedings. Scheuer relates, “only suspects who had been tried in absentia for terrorist offences or had an outstanding arrest warrant were to be targeted. They had to be part of some legal process.”

Which means, for example, out of a thousand jihadist-cut-throats Clinton may have gotten his hands on only a very small number would ever see the inside of a jail. Because they didn’t have a G-damn arrest warrant for them!

That all changed for the better after 9/11. The “terrorists are criminals” mantra that was endemic during Clinton’s era was an utter failure and allowed the extremists of all stripes to grow in strength.

And BTW for all that stood with mouths agape when Bush “admitted” the US was carrying out renditions last week where the hell have you been for the last 10 months? This “news” has been well know since December of 2005.

I guess you missed that, huh?


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Mentions of the nearly three thousand that died on 9/11? No!

Notation on the WTC collapse? No!

The Pentagon attack? No!

Flight 93 and the brave souls that died trying to save thousands of others? No!

Nothing but unadulterated bashing of President Bush: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NEW YORK – In the five years since the terrorist attacks of September 11, Americans have successfully kept the light of freedom shining even as the Bush administration has consistently violated the spirit and letter of our laws, the American Civil Liberties Union said today.

“The hallmark of the past five years has been the administration’s stunning dismissal of the rule of law and its willingness to trample on our Constitution,” said ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero. “This is our democracy, our America. We must not stand on the sidelines while the president abuses his power and diminishes American values.”

Since 9/11, the government has broadened its powers to allow law enforcement to secretly search our homes, monitor what we read and collect personal information on all of us such as medical, financial and phone records, even if it has nothing to do with terrorism — and all without a court warrant.

“But we have had successes in these years,” Romero noted, pointing to the Supreme Court’s rejection of the military commission system established by President Bush to try detainees at Guantánamo Bay, and the recent federal court ruling rejecting warrantless wiretapping of Americans.

etc…etc… etc. It aslo includes a long list of what they believe are “abuses” by the Bush Administration.

While your at it check the DNC’s website. Lede story? “Our new video highlights the Bush Administration’s willingness to use fear and smear tactics to gain political advantage in a tough election year.”

The DNC’s “Chairman” Howard the Duck’s page contains nadda, ziltch, zip, nothing on 9/11. The last entry was his “observance” of Labor Day.

Figures don’t it? The [Dim]ocrats largest fund raiser (next to Moveon) so naturally he simple must pay homage to all the “little people,” on Labor Day.

Despicable; Truely despicable! But it doesn;t end there. Outside the Beltway has a roundup of the Left’s most egregious diatribes, all spewed on Sept 11th.

Is there any rational reason to post, “But, anyway, just a big hearty fuck you to the White House and the news media who have decided this day is largely a personal narrative about George Bush.”

This from one of the top rated, and I use the term very loosely, left… ah, make that lunatic left blogs.

If your stomach can stand it read the rest. But I wouldn’t recommend it on a full belly.


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