Take a good look at this photo. This is what happens in wars that we win effectively and we move through like champions. This is what happens when we ignore tree-huggers that run around claiming to love and support the troops while simultaneously waiting for them to be defeated.
Democratic Presidential candidate, Barack Obama took potshots at the military this week. Read the whole story at Sweetness & Light. Obama said recently:
“We’ve got to get the job done there and that requires us to have enough troops so that we’re not just air-raiding villages and killing civilians”
What an asinine thing to say! He’s right, we do have to get the job done. We could have gotten the job done a lot sooner had it not been for the stupid liberals (not to mention Ron Paul supporters trolling the internet) who have done everything imaginable to make excuses for terrorists and lay the blame of all of it on the USA.
Obama does not realize apparently that concern for civlilians in a time of war is “red-flag number one”when identifying language of people who are trying to protect our enemies. We had killed and/or captured hundreds of thousands of insurgents and members of Al-Queda. We have captued the 9/11 Mastermind and while most us were grateful to the military for it, liberals in Congress cared more about his rights to read the Koran and whether or not he was being water-boarded. We killed Zarqawi and we have rounded up much of Al-Queda’s top guys.
Democrats and supporters of Ron Paul say that this war miraculously gave birth to terrorists. I say that it got the roaches out of their cracks and gave us the opportunity to drop bombs on them.
But thanks to Democrats, the MSM, and blowhards like Ron Paul, the roaches have been able to run back to their cracks and plan for more attacks as is evident of the large bombings in Iraq last weekend.
We could have cleaned up Iraq AND Afghanistan in a week if we fought this war like our brave men fought WW2 as illustrated in the picture above. Civilians would have died, and so would have members of our troops.
But because we are unable to fight it the way we once did, more troops and civilians have died slowly over time than would have if we would have handled this the right way from day one.
If it continues this way, we will lose. Harry Reid can be confident in his position because individuals like himself are making sure of it. Ron Paul and his supporters and making sure of it, and with Rove leaving, something tells me Bush will be making sure of it. Just today, General Patraeus — in response to the Al-Queda suspected bombings over the weekend — is already advocating troop cuts.
2008 is right around the corner folks. We need a real wartime leader who isn’t going to cave-into caterwauling.
All of our lives are at risk here. If the way we fight this war does not change, then I will have absolutely no choice but to fully support Giuliani. At least he will get us past this by fighting this war without much regard for civilian casualty or Democratic whining for Constitutional Rights of terrorists.
While Ron Paul supporters and liberals run around crying about their precious civil rights and bash the Patriot Act, I can somehow in my mind wish that their hysteria would materialize with a few choice amendments to the Bill. The sad fact is folks; these people are just as dangerous to us as Al Queda is. By supporting Ron Paul and using their freedoms to bash our President and troops in wartime, it means they have the rights to go on with their blather because of the ways we once fought wars decades ago. But unfortunately, they are simultaneously making sure that those same freedoms will eventually crumble for all of us.
Is Al-Queda or our other enemies giving much regard for casualties of civilians? Do they care about treating their enemies with regard to constitutional rights?
We can thank one group ultimately for the death of civilians and troops in Iraq, the Democrats and anti-war crazies! They have allowed Al Queda to fight us harder and have blatantly stopped our troops and country from properly defending us.