Archive for the 'Iraq' Category

Jul 22 2008

America Starting To Believe In Victory In Iraq

I meant to post this a few days ago, but a Rassmussen tracking poll question on who is winning in Iraq has seen huge reversals since last year, when the SurrderMedia and Surrendercrats in Congress were promising certain defeat: Nearly half of Americans (48%) now believe the United States and its allies are winning the […]

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Jul 22 2008

McCain’s Iraq Piece The NY Times Censored

For those who wanted to actually compare Obama’s lame views on Iraq to John McCain’s the New York Post has publicized McCain’s opinion piece that the NY Times censored. For the life of me, I can only see one reason the NY Times would try and hide this – it makes Obama look so damn […]

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Jul 22 2008

The Obidiot Speaks On Iraq, Lies To America, Loses Election

Major Update: It’s official, Obama still opposes victory in Iraq, he still wants defeat.  In an interview with ABC News he restated his opposition to the key element that brought defeat to al-Qaeda: After meeting with top U.S. military commanders and members of the Iraqi government, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., said Monday his opposition to […]

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Jul 21 2008

Leading Anti-War Democrat Admits He Was Wrong On Iraq

Lanny Davis is no GOP right winger, in fact he has been a voice of doubt on the Iraq War from the beginning. And yet, this died-in-the-wool liberal has had an epiphany on the Iraq War: Maybe another democracy, however imperfect, other than Israel in the Middle East could lead to more moderation, possibly other […]

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Jul 20 2008

Only Journalists And Liberals Would Confuse “Schedule” And “Conditions”

OMG – how much brain damage did the elitist school system do to this nation? The reason I ask is because those of us who went to public schools seem to have come through the ordeal sane, but those with Ivy League educations seem to have lost all their marbles – especially the journalists! How […]

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Jul 17 2008

If One Looks At Basra We Can See The Future Of Iraq – We Are Heading Towards Victory

Remember Basra, Iraq? That was the initial phase of Prime Minister Maliki’s efforts to take final control of Iraq and begin his march to eradicating the last of the insurgents. Basra, the second largest city in Iraq, was being run by the Shiite Mahdi Militia. And when the city was not controlled in a day […]

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Jul 15 2008

Brookings Institute Expert See Danger In Obama’s Iraq Plans

Obama wants to surrender Iraq at all costs, no matter what the cost. And this has even some Democrats wondering “WTF”? Republicans were not alone in that response. Michael E. O’Hanlon, a Democratic defense analyst at the Brookings Institution who has been an outspoken supporter of the war in Iraq, said he could not believe […]

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Jul 14 2008

Victory In Iraq

While others have been hesitant to call Iraq a victory up until recently, I felt the die was cast months ago (actually over a year ago). When the Sunni Muslims took the extraordinary step to wage war on al-Qaeda, and ally with the Iraq and US government efforts and forces, there seemed little chance of […]

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Jul 14 2008

Obama Grasps For Life Line On Iraq

Obama is looking as quite the lost soul. Based upon news reports Prime Minister Maliki would like to consider a timeline for the successful withdrawal of our forces from Iraq, now that Maliki believes victory is at hand, Obama is trying to claim is calls for surrendering Iraq to al-Qaeda now make sense. THE call […]

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Jul 11 2008

Military Security Specialists Pan Obama’s Unconditional Surrender In Iraq

It is becoming quite clear Barrack Obama is going to have to admit defeat on his plans to surrender unconditionally in Iraq. The facts on the ground are pressuring him to get real on this matter, and cause another break with his already fed up base: Military personnel in Iraq are following the presidential race […]

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