Apr 20 2007

What Is Senator Surrender Smoking?

Published by at 9:48 pm under All General Discussions,Iraq

Senator Surrender (Reid) is looking a little unstable right now. After saying we have lost in Iraq and we need to pull our troops home he now wants to claim we can have success?

Friday, after Lieberman made his remarks, Reid struck again.

“The longer we continue down the President’s path,” the majority leader told colleagues in a Senate floor speech, “the further we will be from success.”

How in the world can we get ‘success’ from running from Iraq and leaving the Iraqis – who relied on us to see this through – to the intentions of the terrorists? I know Senator Surrender is under a lot of heat for capitulating to Bush on the war funding for the next year, and is probably upset he screwed up so badly with his comments. But this is insane – and I mean literally insane. There is no way his comment about how ‘Iraq is lost’ can be twisted into ‘success’. Maybe Senator Surrender should seek some medical help. He is just not coherent.

12 responses so far

12 Responses to “What Is Senator Surrender Smoking?”

  1. crosspatch says:

    “What Is Senator Surrender Smoking?”

    Chamberlain’s old dirty socks, apparently.

  2. kathie says:

    You know he had a stroke last year or so. He thinks it can be settled diplomatically, he means we pull out and get Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iran, Syria, Jordan to work their magic on the problem after we leave. When the whole thing blows and hundreds of thousands are murdered, and oil hits $10.00 a gallon they will blame it on Bush.

    The Dems have not been in power since 911, my hunch is that they don’t read intelligence or much else other then Moveon.org. They think we are back in the Cold War days when countries negotiated things. Countries may thinks they have the power, but my hunch is that Osma and his guys have a bit more of a say. If we didn’t have to worry about Israel and oil, it might be kinda interesting to watch how the Middle East would work out their differences.

  3. lurker9876 says:

    Is it possible that they are starting to realize that their games are no longer working with us?

  4. BarbaraS says:

    Too many succcess stories coming out of Iraq. They don’t have much time for a Bush defeat. They don’t look at it as a US defeat. they only see a Bush defeat. And once they have the WH they will miraculously settle things in a sane manner diplomatically. They have put themselves into a bubble with their BDS and have convinced themselves that their way is the only way. But what it boils down to is defeat Bush at any cost. He is the enemy. BDS is rapidly becoming bDs with emphasis on Deranged.

  5. Terrye says:

    The surge policy can not be thrown out because of some attacks in Baghdad, everyone including the military commanders said there would still be some bad days. It is the overall trends you have to look at and right now there are some encouraging developments.

    I have heard some people call for Reid’s resignation over this. Some others have called for his impeachment. I saw a letter over at Malkins in which a military commander accused Reid of putting his people in the line of fire in danger because of his remarks. He says the Iraqis hear stuff like that and they stop cooperating for fear they will be left facing AlQaida alone. Maybe he should quit.

  6. ivehadit says:

    Excellent post Terrye. It is enraging what these slimballs are doing in the democrat party. They are not worthy to exist in this country, imho. They care less about America, only their personal power.

    Why should we allow them to get away with this? I don’t understand. Rudy needs to stand up and say this is unacceptable.

    I pray for my President everyday, sometimes by the hour. He has had to absorb/contain these pathological ones’ neurosis for over 6 years. That is beyond any person’s ability to endure, imho.

    “Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.”

  7. Terrye says:

    Oh, but I think they do know what they do.

  8. kathie says:

    Maybe Reid needs to be introduced to the ITM boys. They have a great post today.

  9. lurker9876 says:

    What is ITM?

  10. kathie says:

    iraqthemodel.blogspot.com/ is ITM, these guys blog from Baghdad.

  11. BarbaraS says:

    I think senators talk and talk and never listen to themselves. They say the dumbest things without half trying. You wonder where their brains are when the make these gaffes. The truth is they are carried away by the sound of their voices and don’t stop and think about how what they are saying will be received or what the consequences will be.

  12. kathie says:

    This was just too good to pass up……
    Dems To Stop All Highway Funding.

    With an average fatality rate of over 1,000 per year, upon realizing that more Americans have died building and maintaining the US highway system than in Iraq during the course of the Iraq War, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has pronounced the Federal Highway system as lost. He went on to suggest it’s simply another sign of Bush administration incompetence, though the fatality rate is down from that under former President Clinton.

    “The cost is too great,” said Reid. “It’s time for American drivers to step up”, he went on, suggesting that American drivers begin carrying shovels and containers of asphalt to effect their own repairs as they make their way.

    Representative Jack Murtha (D) is said to be crafting legislation to re-deploy all American highway workers to golf courses, hedgerows and large fenced-in yards, where they can work out of harm’s way. “We can deploy them as needed when a major highway or bridge collapses, like Ted Kennedy’s Big Dig,” said Murtha.

    Given that overall occupational deaths claim far more American lives every year than throughout the entire course of the Iraq War, some speculate that Democrats may eventually propose doing away with working altogether, believing it’s far more safe for Americans if they simply stay home.