Archive for the 'Iraq' Category

Oct 10 2008

Obama Tried To Stop Victory In Iraq For Political Gain

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America! While the global financial markets melt down, some incredible is transpiring in Iraq, the walls of division are literally coming down! Market by market, square by square, the walls are beginning to come down. The miles of hulking blast walls, ugly but effective, were installed […]

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Sep 29 2008

Another Political Milestone Reached In Iraq

While too many Americans listen to the outright lies about Iraq promulgated by a media they pay for, the reality is Iraq is well on the way to a bright new democratic future: IRAQ’S NEW election law will not, by itself, stop sectarian violence. Nor will the law, which governs provincial elections early next year, […]

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Sep 06 2008

Are We Better Off Than 2002?

In my mind we are much better off than we were one year after 9-11. At this time back in 2002, as we prepared to challenge Saddam and his ties to al-Qaeda (they existed through Ayman Zawahiri before and after 9-11), we were a nation bracing for the next strike from al-Qaeda. Osama Bin Laden […]

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Sep 04 2008

Obama Get’s Rolled By O’Reilly

I disagree with O’Reilly on tons of items (he has bloviating nonsense down). For example, O’Reilly thinks Iraq was a mistake, but clearly the Arab Muslim street would not have risen up against al-Qaeda until the war raged at their doorstep and they had to expose their murderous heart to the Arab Street. Once you […]

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Sep 04 2008

Success Has A Million Fathers – Biden Tries To Claim Victory In Iraq As His Own!

Joe Biden illustrated a very lame example of twisted logic as he tried to claim the Bush success in Iraq was what Obidenama had always been supporting. He tried to claim that today we see the result of the Obidenama plan in the fact security has been achieved and political reconciliation has developed as a […]

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Sep 03 2008

Major Developments In Pakistan Tribal Area

I have been of the opinion that the US allowed Pakistan President and US ally Musharraf to step down only after Pakistan agreed to some new conditions in the war on terror and the fact al-Qaeda was regrouping in their last large sanctuary on Earth. That sanctuary exists primarily in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas […]

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Aug 20 2008

Civil Prosecution Of Our Military Personnel? What Is Up With This Crap!

Reader Stevevvs pointed me to this incredible story about how one of our military personnel is being prosecuted for War Crimes in a civil court: A former Marine sergeant facing the first federal civilian prosecution of a military member accused of a war crime says there is much more at stake than his claim of […]

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Aug 20 2008

Why al-Qaeda Has Lost The Muslim Street

America has been The Great Satan to many Arab Muslims over the decades. It is that hate of America and the West that al-Qaeda tapped into to become a beacon of hope that Islam would attain victory over America. But when the war came to the Arab homeland in Iraq, things changed. al-Qaeda became exposed […]

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Aug 07 2008

al-Qaeda’s Dimmed and Dying Star

When al-Qaeda hit America on 9-11-01 it was seen by many inside and outside of Islam as the future of Islam. There were many Muslims who were shocked and horrified, but there was no loud and universal denunciation of al-Qaeda. Many thought (and predicted) the Muslim street would rise up and over throw the governments […]

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Aug 06 2008

Iraq Victory Continues As One-Time al-Qaeda Haven Now Under Iraq Control

al-Qaeda decreed Iraq was the primary battlefield for the war against The Great Satan – America. When we took out Saddam Hussein, one time ally with Ayman Zawahiri’s group that became the armed forces of al-Qaeda, Bin Laden and Zawahiri made it clear America would lose to radical Islam in the Arab heartland. In fact, […]

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