Feb 25 2007

Murtha’s Muddled Madness

Published by at 10:16 am under All General Discussions,Iraq

In a long post below I review why the Democrat’s desperation to surrender to al Qaeda is the worst possible plan right now. One of the madmen behind this suicide policy is Rep Jack Murtha, who had the bizzaro idea of pulling our troops back to Okiniwa were they could watch events and go back into Iraq when conditions warrent (like when al Qaeda takes control). Murtha’s latest muddled thoughts included making up transparent and ridiculous conditions for deployment that that would ‘bleed’ the military into surrendering Iraq. Seems his muddled madness has caused some splits inside the Democrat party:

The plan was bold: By tying President Bush’s $100 billion war request to strict standards of troop safety and readiness, Democrats believed they could grab hold of Iraq war policy while forcing Republicans to defend sending troops into battle without the necessary training or equipment.

But a botched launch by the plan’s author, Rep. John P. Murtha (Pa.), has united Republicans and divided Democrats, sending the latter back to the drawing board just a week before scheduled legislative action, a score of House Democratic lawmakers said last week.

“If this is going to be legislation that’s crafted in such a way that holds back resources from our troops, that is a non-starter, an absolute non-starter,” declared Rep. Jim Matheson (Utah), a leader of the conservative Blue Dog Democrats.

Murtha’s credentials as a Marine combat veteran, a critic of the war and close ally of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) were supposed to make him an unassailable spokesman for Democratic war policy. Instead, he has become a lightning rod for criticism from Republicans and members of his own party.

Murtha can’t honcho useless language through his own party’s Congress, so why is anyone taking this clown seriously on matters of national life and death? The Democrat echo chamber is now gone since they took the national stage, and they are just realizing all their stupid ideas they used to pass around as genius from heaven are really just a bunch of stupid ideas. As I posted below, it is time to figure out how to beat these Islamo Fascists – not give them want they want most.

45 responses so far

45 Responses to “Murtha’s Muddled Madness”

  1. lurker9876 says:

    Poll Juice

    You would be a typical voter of this poll.

  2. Soothsayer says:

    Being at a baseball game with thousands does not constitue knowing him, which is truly exposed again by your comments.

    I didn’t say I was at the same game as him, Hadit, I said I watched it with him – i.e., in the same box a seat away handing him his hotdog an stealing his fries.

  3. lurker9876 says:

    Still doesn’t mean that you knew him intimately.

    Did you ask him about his military records?

  4. ivehadit says:

    Did George W. Bush personally invite you to his box?

    And you call sitting a seat away from him at a baseball game “knowing” him? LOL.

    You do not know George W. Bush whatsoever. And you know I am right.

  5. Soothsayer says:

    Still doesn’t mean that you knew him intimately.

    I never claimed to know him intimately. He did put his hand on my thigh but I told him I didn’t go for that grab-ass fratboy stuff.

    Did George W. Bush personally invite you to his box?

    The game was in Cleveland’s Municipal Stadium – so it wasn’t HIS box we were in. Belonged to the Jacobs Bros. (who owned the Tribe at the time) as I recall.

    And you call sitting a seat away from him at a baseball game “knowing” him?

    I call it knowing him better than you do. I spent more time with Bush than Bush spent with Putin:

    After an hour of talks they came out smiling with Mr Bush inviting the Russian leader to visit his ranch in Texas:

    I looked the man in the eye. I found him to be very straight forward and trustworthy and we had a very good dialogue. I was able to get a sense of his soul.

    And since Putin is a godless communist – does he even have a soul??