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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Why Bush 43 is right on Iraq.

Four Countries, Germany, Italy, Japan and South Korea (we will ignore france) have been liberated within the last 60 years with American blood. These nations were delivered from Dictators, fascists, and emperors. Today each are functioning Republic/Democracies, practice freedom of religion, have world-class economies, and still have our troops stationed in them today by invitation.

After being attacked on 9-11 our President did not play it safe by lobbing a few cruise missiles at our enemies and complain to the UN. The Bush administration ousted the Taliban Government that acted as a host to our enemies and consequentially Afghanistan’s economy is modernizing and holding elections, with our troops there by invitation. Who in the 1990’s would predict this could be possible?

Next our President put Sadaam on notice in Iraq, and when he failed to comply with the UN resolutions we invaded Iraq and eliminated another haven for our enemies. If you dispute that, why are so many of them there now?

If a Democrat was President and achieved these same results he would be heralded as bold political leader who let his generals do their jobs, and in so doing freed millions from a dictator and for the first time gave political power to women in the Middle East. All the while having thwarted all major terrorist attacks on our soil to date.

Just as the US Military won the war militarily in Vietnam by crushing the 1968 Tet offensive, the only obstacle our current military faces is the constant propaganda put forward by individual leftists and their complicit big media allies to undermine the public support for a job they volunteered to do. They are keeping the war on foreign soil, and securing the peace for the citizens back home. For this I am grateful.

Our President has chosen to fight on foreign soil as Wilson, Roosevelt, Kennedy, and Johnson before him, why does he not enjoy the full support of the media and both political parties as he has done so? I am glad I support the President. How about you?

Staunton, VA


  • At 12/13/2005 04:08:00 PM, Blogger RightsideVA said…

    I heard in the news yesterday that the Dem's are now calling for an official list of all the things that went wrong in the war in Iraq. Again just another political tactic they attempt to discredit the President and his actions to protect us from terrorism. Funny how they will not admit to their comments they made in the past when it may cost them votes now.

  • At 12/15/2005 05:14:00 AM, Anonymous Andrew said…

    Why the Democrats are acting the way they are (suicidal?) is a mystery, but I think part of it is they underestimated Bush and his resolve to carry this fight through to the finish. They thought they could turn public opinion around and force Bush to pull out. Also, many of them think we (and capitalism in general) are the bad guys in the world, and they think they can make friends in other countries by bad-mouthing America. (Indeed, they probably can.) The biggest problem is they just don't grasp the nature of the Islamo-fascist threat, which seeks to divide and conquer Western civilization. To many Democrats, terrorists are just juvenile deliquents who need detention and a good scolding. Thank God Bush knows what we are up against.


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