Dec 26 2006

Biden’s Folly

Published by at 5:00 pm under All General Discussions,Iraq

Some things in life are near absolutes, and Joseph Biden making a political blunder of things is one of those sure fire results you can almost count on. Biden is trying to position himself for a Presidential campaign in 2008, and his plan to is run as the modern day Neville Chamberlain:

President Bush is expected to announce early next year that he wants more troops in Iraq; a burst of military force in hopes of stabilizing that country.

Senator Biden says it’s a recycled strategy from this past summer.

“We tried it, it’s failed, we need a political settlement,” said Biden, adding, “We should be drawing down troops putting pressure on the Iraqi government to settle their sectarian differences rather than putting more troops in.”

Maybe Biden should familiarize himself with Al Qaeda’s terms for surrender in Iraq – which mirror his own plans to a “T”. Sadly, I think Biden actually believes removing our troops will demoralize the insurgency and embolden the Iraqis who now fight at our side. Interestingly, some very strong liberals I ran into recently are frightened to death their new Democrat Congress will do just as Biden plans. They fear the repurcussions of a political party that stands for one thing – surrendering Iraq to Al Qaeda. And they should.

The Iraq Surrender Group’s terms of surrender are not the resounding success those wafflers in Congress thought the paid for. They wanted to hide behind a commissions call to end Iraq before Congress had to face the voters. That kind of self centered cowardice, when compared to those who are giving the ultimate sacrifice for our country in Iraq, is a sickening and pathetic sight. And it naturally repulses America. America did not vote the Dems into lose Iraq, they voted them in to win quickly, as is expected. Every Democrat who voted for the war in 2002 has an obligation to find a success, not give up because elections are coming. The Dems were seen as the lesser of two evils in 2006. What they cannot afford to do is confirm that they were, indeed not the lesser but the greater. They have one chance to show they are better than the Reps. One brief chance.

56 responses so far

56 Responses to “Biden’s Folly”

  1. mrmeangenes says:

    In case anyone is interested, I found material relating to Joe Biden on this “wonderful” website:

    Joe apparently is interested into carving Iraq into 3 independent
    “sub-nations” for reasons I really can’t define.

  2. Barbara says:

    Biden is the biggest joke the dems have. How many times has he not only put his foot in his mouth has been known to stuff it in forcefully? Why this guy keeps getting elected is beyond me.

    I think this guy was behind the door when brains were given out. However, his ego is tremendously large. In other words he is too stupid to know how irrelevant he is and does not see himself as others see him. He thinks he is real cool.

  3. Ken says:

    Biden is an opportunist who was calling for an increase in troops in Iraq throughout 2005 and some of 2006, when others saw the war was unwinnable and wanted out. He opposed Murtha’s stand. If he’s no longer a hawk, this should tell you which way the winds are blowing.

  4. Retired Spook says:

    Biden is about as empty a suit as there is in the Senate with the possible exception of the two K’s from the Peoples Republic of Massachusetts. Must be something in the water in Delaware and Massachusetts.

    FE absolutely nails it when he says the Dems want us to lose but want to figure out a way to blame it on the GOP when we do.

  5. Ken says:

    We have lost and Bush and the GOP will always have the lion’s share of the blame -unless a Democratic president takes over and sends 500,000 troops or so to be similarly quagmired.

  6. Ken says:

    goes unposted on by Strata, fearing demoralization of his supporters.

  7. crosspatch says:

    Joe Biden is the son of a car salesman. That should be all you need to know.

  8. For Enforcement says:

    Ken, juancole and cbs,, liberal rags….. Don’t they post anything there in France except liberal rags, apparently written in English, but you’re obviously still losing a lot in translation.
    you said: “Sorry that French whore wouldn’t take your money, FE.”
    She told me she was your girl friend and only liked libs.

    “unless a Democratic president takes over and sends 500,000 troops or so to be similarly quagmired.” Even then your liberal rags would find a way to blame it on the Repubs.

    Barbara, the guy behind the door? Were you talking about Ken?

  9. TomAnon says:

    Ken, You will be one of the first squeeling for the USA to bail your worthless behind out, again…. How many killed in the no go zones of Paris last night? How many busses burned? Why don’t you go and try to negotiate with the ones in your own backyard?

  10. Peg C. says:

    Biden is the male Barbara Boxer of the Senate. The 2 of them together don’t equal a triple digit I.Q. Frightening what passes for Democrat politicians these days.

  11. Jacqui says:

    The divisions that were activated to return to Iraq weeks before the election have been training for the Iraq-Iran border not for Baghdad. The raids within Baghdad that has captured Iranians assisting the insurgents are part of the strategy to shut off Iran’s influx of arms and control of the situation. If we don’t shut them off now the Mahdi army of Muqtada Al Sadr will turn into Iraq’s Hezbollah.

  12. erp says:

    Biden is the dumbest person to ever serve in the senate.

  13. the good doctor says:

    Bidden is banking that the American public forgets how he quit his last presidential run,he pleugerized a big portion of a speech. The idea of dividing Iraq is not his but he has a habit of taking other people’s ideas and claiming they are his. He uses racists remarks in his campaign stops and the msm let’s him get away with it. He is worthless moron that looks good in a suit.

  14. Ken says:


    For Enforcement’s disease has spread to you. France is safer
    than America as the murder stats above show.

  15. Ken says:


    I hope you realize the new government of Iraq has already pledged support to Iran in case Bush gets even more suicidally trigger-happy points east.

  16. For Enforcement says:

    TomAnon, you are on safe ground. Notice that while the US stats are for 2004 the stats for France was for 2000. That haven’t finished counting the ones for ’01,’02,’03 and ’04 yet. Once the Muslims moved in and starting killing everyone and rioting, it scared hell out of the statistians and they are still hiding. If they ever get out and start counting again, no one knows where it might end up.
    If you follow this site, you know that French guy keeps popping up and throwing out useless facts and links to liberal rags, but then doesn’t back it up when challenged. But look out, if he disagrees with you, he’ll start calling you names since he can’t reasonably challenge anything you say.

  17. Ken says:

    “French guy” by your prejudices is equivalent to a host of
    epithets Strata would ban the user if posted. As to your continued illogic, so what if your 2000-2004 differential was still
    relevant? (It isn’t-inner city crime in America has skyrocketed
    recently.) Your pessimistic reading of ever passing effective
    immigration here infers America is in for perilous times
    related to that problem. So it’s a “misery loves company”
    perspective accepting your own logic.

  18. Ken says:

    the current State Department information for travelers portrays France’s crime problem as rather benign. But I understand how raving Islamophobes who want France to fight Israel’s battles like America does, can take a few skirmishes and hope for the worst.

  19. For Enforcement says:

    “French guy” equals selected clip quoting a sentence.

  20. Ken says:


    Rest assured, if you had had to walk across a random major American city over five hundred thousand or a major French city of the same size at a random date anytime in 2006 to the present, your chances of emerging unscathed would have been significantly better in the French city.