Monday, November 21, 2005

Winning On The Battlefield Of Iraq, Loosing The War At Home.

Any way you look at it terrorist have to be pleased by what they see happening in the United States. This weekend alone we watched a Democrat Congressman John Murtha call for the immediate withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, claiming that our soldiers are suffering for nothing. Then we watched a Republican Congresswoman read a letter from a marine serving in Iraq that implied people like Murtha and other democrats are cowards for wanting to cut in run from Iraq. Then we had the overwhelming vote against an immediate withdrawal of American troops. However, they voted that Bush needs to explain his Iraq policy again.

We also watched the media hammer away with the Bush lied nonsense and then continue to show us the polls of how low the President's approval rating has fallen and that over 50% of Americans now believe the war in Iraq was a mistake.

So who exactly won a battle this weekend? Did the Republicans win because of the lopsided vote to not withdraw troops? Did the Democrats win because they were able to get the debate going? I am not sure. But there is one clear winner out there. Islamic terrorists.

Do you remember in October when I told you about a 10 paged seized letter from Osama Bin Laden's top deputy Al-Zawahri to the Islamic thug Abu Musab Zarqawi.

In the letter Al-Zawahri calls for and predicts that the United States will cut and run from Iraq. He also writes that the expelling of Americans from Iraq is the first stage of several incremental goals of the jhad in Iraq. Seems like Democrats and Al Qaeda have the same goal.

Zawahri also pointed out that over half of this battle is taking place off the battle field in the media.

The Islamic jihadist radicals who's ultimate goal is to destroy Western culture knows they can't win on the battlefield. So, now these Islamic fanatics will watch the American political class go at each other's throats. Tell me Osama Bin Ladin is not just thrilled today.

It really is starting to look like Vietnam. Winning the war on the battlefield loosing the war at home.

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