Monday, October 23, 2006

Whose immorality?

Hope you all had the fun of watching the Cretin in Chief this a.m. decrying the Dems' 'use' of the figures on deaths in Iraq for political purposes. Let me be the first to announce that I regret and reject any words spoken about the multiplying figures of deaths in Iraq that are spoken FOR THE PURPOSE of making political gains.

Example one: The President, who wants us to Stay the Course, [which has evolved into Adjusting the Course] - 'As he heads out on the campaign trail, haunted by an unpopular war, President Bush has begun reassuring audiences that this traumatic period in Iraq will be seen as "just a comma" in the history books. By that, aides say, he means to reinforce his message of resolve in the long struggle for Iraqi democracy."

Example two: The wingers who are positing that it is the insurgent aim to create a figure as high as the 9/11 deaths to impact our election - as in; 'Iran has a definite purpose in trying to get the body count in Iraq up to 3,000; they believe that number will do enormous damage to President Bush during the mid-term elections Nov. 7. '

Example three: Our Iraqi government in the Emerald City; 'Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh told Reuters, "The report is unbelievable. These numbers are exaggerated and not precise." Iraqi government officials put the total Iraqi death toll since the war started at 40,000.'

Example four: Cynical references to their Support for the Troops while voting against them, making loss of life truly a 'comma'; With a Veterans group rating, scores "which party truly supports the troops was made remarkably clear: The 44 Democrats and Jeffords had an average military-support grade of B+, while the 55 Republicans, who beat their chests with disgusting regularity about how strong they are on military issues, averaged a pathetic D." from Paul Rieckhoff, Executive Director and founder of Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), see -

Listening to the idjut in the WH this a.m. trying to condemn my party for its regret for the mounting deaths he has caused - that just makes me sick. First to send them to die and then to mock their deaths as only a comma was bad enough. But to now use their deaths to accuse his opponents of being cynical comes full circle in the upwardly mounting atrocities of this moronic war.

from Ruth


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