Move No one says a word on BIO

Boy, sometimes BIO authors might make a bit of sense.  And other times…  They completely ignore reality.

Any of you even notice that the House blew out’s ad in the NYT?  341-79?  Sounds like a Stevie Nicks song er… landslide to me.

So what happened guys?  I thought the Democrats had their way to get this war over.  The extreme left gets all high and mighty with it’s rhetoric.  The base of the left acts like a bunch of crazy cheerleaders and then oops!  The party goes on a bit longer than it need and it’s “Hey wait a minute?  We just blew out a competent General who actually knows more about the situation in Iraq than anybody else on the planet.”

Kudos for ignoring what is real and what we should all be worrying about in this world.

Ronald Reagan once said, “Well, the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so.”

Good job my fellow Americans… You Rock!!!



11 Responses to “Move No one says a word on BIO”

  1. Jersey McJones Says:

    Yes, Steve, you’ve been officially pandered. Now let me pat you on the head and you can go back to sleep now.


  2. steve Says:

    I wasn’t looking to be pandered. When the Senate did it, somebody here made a list.

    Where’s the fucking list of House Democrats condemning it?

    I want to see the list, god dammit!!!

  3. Lisa Says:

    They would only condemn it if the ad was about Bill and Hillary and all their criminal friends. Oh wait that would never make the front page.

  4. me Says:

    No one says a word on BIO

    Well, someone needs to say it, so here goes: “A Word.”

  5. Jersey McJones Says:

    A word


  6. Jersey McJones Says:

    It’s okay, Steve, now go to sleep and stop being such a bad little boy. Remember, Santa Claus is watching!


  7. christopher Radulich Says:

    he party goes on a bit longer than it need and it’s “Hey wait a minute? We just blew out a competent General who actually knows more about the situation in Iraq than anybody else on the planet.”

    Just like Westmoreland, North, Harkins, and Abrams.

  8. Craig R. Harmon Says:

    And yet, Christopher, I strongly suspect that he knows a heck of a lot more and better what’s going on in Iraq than you or I or every Congressperson in Washington. Who’re we supposed to listen to? You? Harry Reid? Nancy Pelosi? John Murtha? George Soros? Cindy Sheehan? Michael Moore?

  9. Christopher Radulich Says:

    I actually doubt that very much. He has too much vested in winning to see reality

  10. Craig R. Harmon Says:

    Who’s version of reality, Christopher? Yours? Perhaps you have too much vested in pulling out to see reality. Heck, even the top running (so far anyway) Democratic candidates are now saying that they won’t say whether they’ll even have pulled out all the troops by 2012, the end of their hypothetical first terms if they’re elected in 2008. Maybe they’re placing more credibility in General Petraeus than they are willing to let on.

  11. Christopher Radulich Says:

    No what they are basing it on is the polls. There is a concencus on leaving but not on pulling out abruptly. In otherword they want to vietnamize the war. This won’t work this time either but it will allow them to get elected.

    I’m in a rush so here is a poll from 2006

    In the poll, 57% say Congress should pass a resolution that outlines a plan for withdrawing U.S. troops; 39% say that decision should be left to the president and his advisers.

    Precisely half support withdrawing all U.S. forces immediately or within 12 months, while 41% say the United States should keep troops there for as many years as needed. Eight percent call for sending more troops.

    Views on what to do divide sharply along partisan lines. Nearly two-thirds of Republicans support maintaining forces there as long as needed, compared with one-third of Democrats and independents.

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