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Lefties Can’t Spell I-M-P-E-A-C-H

High-larious!

The protesters assembled on the Mall yesterday with a plan to voice their less-than-generous views about a certain president and his vice president. They would form a human chain to spell out I-M-P-E-A-C-H, even including an exclamation point.

But only 150 or so showed up, far fewer than the 1,000 organizers had hoped for. As their photo opportunity approached, they knew they’d be lucky to spell I-M-P.

“We’re going to have to scrap the big plan,” George Ripley, the protest’s leader, announced. He advised his allies to rearrange everyone. They would still form I-M-P-E-A-C-H-!, he insisted, only on a tad smaller scale.

“A nightmare,” a pony-tailed confederate said, shaking his head.

Maybe they did want to spell “imp” and it was simply a Dennis Kucinich rally?  By the way, I’m offended by the use of the word “confederate” being applied to a hippie/nutcase.

The apparent apathy puzzled Jaime Todaro, a software writer who attended as a member of Code Pink, a group that has been especially active in waging war protests lately. No less than four peace medallions dangled from her ears.

When the subject of protesting the war comes up, she said, her friends and neighbors in Rockville express interest. “But they always seem to have something else to do; their own lives seem to be more important,” she said. “This is the most important thing I could be doing today.”

Well, see most Americans don’t think it is good to be doing this that support al-Qaeda.  We would rather volunteer our time to help those in our community, or those serving in the Armed Forces who are fighting our actual enemy – not the ones in our imagination. 

-Bruce (GayPatriot)

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  1. “But they always seem to have something else to do; their own lives seem to be more important,”

    That’s because they actually have them.

    Comment by V the K — April 30, 2007 @ 12:38 pm - April 30, 2007

  2. And not only that, but we have jobs as well.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — April 30, 2007 @ 2:21 pm - April 30, 2007

  3. Let’s see if the anti Semite Chris Matthews does a whole hour on the 150 protesters.

    Comment by Gene in Pennsylvania — April 30, 2007 @ 3:04 pm - April 30, 2007

  4. Like the republicans want u in their party, dude. Gay and conservative seems an oxymoron to me…. or something else as repulsive. Do u ever see republicans courting u guys? Hence they don’t care about conservative gays.

    Comment by f n u — April 30, 2007 @ 3:07 pm - April 30, 2007

  5. Did someone just fart? I swear I thought I heard something…

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — April 30, 2007 @ 3:59 pm - April 30, 2007

  6. [This commenter had been banned for repeatedly violating community rules of conduct.]

    Comment by iamgod — April 30, 2007 @ 4:08 pm - April 30, 2007

  7. Pity the GOP can’t rally public sympathy like a sure-to-fail impeachment proceeding would.

    Apparently, Rent-A-Mob doesn’t pay all that well and with unemployment at about 4.5%, liberals’ self-loathing is ameliorated by self-reliance.

    By the way, good news re. the conviction of the five British terrorists. Would that the White House make some political hay of it. This administration is utterly amateur.

    Comment by HardHobbit — April 30, 2007 @ 4:43 pm - April 30, 2007

  8. Did you see the NYTimes reports that Democrat Governor Corzine’s SIX VEHICLE motorcade was speeding home from the hospital today. 15 miles over the posted speed limit. What is it with Democrats that they think they are above the law and none of these laws pertain to them. And the six non “green” vehicles….a suburban, a crown vic, a van, a Mercedes station wagon and two other cars…..nice. Speeding on their way to poluting.

    Comment by Gene in Pennsylvania — April 30, 2007 @ 7:51 pm - April 30, 2007

  9. #9: Laws are for Republicans and proles. Democrats don’t have to follow any stinkin’ Laws. Just ask Ted Kennedy, Gerry Studds, Bill Clinton, Alan Mollohan, Nancy Pelosi, William “Cold Cash” Jefferson, Jesse Jackson, Dianne Feinstein, Patrick Kennedy, Barney Frank, Al Gore, John Murtha, Coupe DeVal, Kwame Kilpatrick, Harry Reid …

    Comment by V the K — April 30, 2007 @ 8:36 pm - April 30, 2007

  10. …Cynthia McKinney, John Conyers, Harold Ford’s uncle,

    Comment by Gene in Pennsylvania — April 30, 2007 @ 8:39 pm - April 30, 2007

  11. ….Philip Thompson, Sen Webb’s gun totin aide, Sandy “stuffed it in my pants” Burger…..(would you include Janet Reno in this list? She killed more than 74 at Waco, but she apologized.)

    Comment by Gene in Pennsylvania — April 30, 2007 @ 10:44 pm - April 30, 2007

  12. Actually Reno didn’t apologize she “took responsibility”. Sorry.

    Comment by Gene in Pennsylvania — May 1, 2007 @ 12:17 am - May 1, 2007

  13. Gay and conservative seems an oxymoron to me….

    Given that liberal is synonymous with hate, anger, rage, self hatred, misery, doom & gloom, etc., Gay liberal seems oxymoronish to me and THAT’s repulsive.

    Do u ever see republicans courting u guys?

    As should be evident to anyone with half a brain, just because a candidate “courts” you doesn’t mean they give a rat’s arse about you, namely liberals. But libs get away with opposing gay marriage, but because they “lavish” gays with adoration and blow smoke, they get a complete pass.

    I’ll go further by stating that if gays can’t, by some bastardized definition, desire less government intrusion, fiscal responsibility, a strong military, lower taxes (or a flat tax), then call me straight.

    Sorry, but even gay liberals should be nauseated by a $650 BILLION tax increase.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — May 1, 2007 @ 1:12 am - May 1, 2007

  14. I don’t want politicians to “court” me. I want to be left alone by government to live my life. Government should protect the borders and provide the national defense, and maybe a few other things. But everything a man can do for himself, a man should do for himself.

    The political left has made a bargain that goes like this: “We’ll give you total freedom to do whatever you want to whoever you want in the bedroom, in exchange, you let us micromanage every aspect of life outside the bedroom. We’ll tell you what to eat, what to drive, hell, we’ll even dictate what kind of lightbulbs you can use. We’ll limit your economic freedom by raising your taxes as high as they’ll go. We’ll put in place affirmative action laws to decide who gets to go to school and who gets access to the best jobs. We’ll regulate what you can do with your own property to the point where ownership is meaningless, and with eminent domain, we’ll confiscate your property and give it to somebody else if they’ll pay more taxes. We’ll tell you what to think and if you don’t agree with us, we’ll call it hate speech and take away your right to say it. We’ll confiscate your means of self-defense and make you dependent on the state for that, too. When we run health care, we’ll tell you which doctor you can see and which one you can’t, we’ll even decide who lives and who dies. The only freedom we won’t infringe on is the freedom of terrorists to plot to kill you.”

    That’s why I’m a Conservative. And not a moderate and not a Republican, because there’s plenty of them that feel more or less the same way as liberal lefties on the issues mentioned, including, regrettably, most of the front-runners for the GOP nomination.

    Comment by V the K — May 1, 2007 @ 5:24 am - May 1, 2007

  15. #15

    Libs can’t argue with that, even the gay ones. Therefore, the usual (castrated) suspects will assail your character reminescent(sp?) of Clinton inc. as is their wont.

    Cheers mate!

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — May 1, 2007 @ 5:37 am - May 1, 2007

  16. “And the six non “green” vehicles….a suburban, a crown vic, a van, a Mercedes station wagon and two other cars…..nice. Speeding on their way to poluting.”

    Well, Gene, as I’ve always said: Stop global warming – asphyxiate a liberal! (Take your pick of your least favorite one.)

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 1, 2007 @ 10:00 am - May 1, 2007

  17. Pete: And while the donks try to legislate what kind of lightbulbs we proles are allowed to use, they fly to their debates in private jets.

    Comment by V the K — May 1, 2007 @ 10:11 am - May 1, 2007

  18. Thanks, V. File that one under “do as I say, not as I do.”

    Ever notice that there are more wealthy Dhimmicrats than Republicans? Go figure. I guess John “$400 Haircut” Edwards was right – there are two Americas. And guess which one they live in?

    Not ours, that’s for damn sure.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 1, 2007 @ 10:29 am - May 1, 2007

  19. Since it’s so slow today, let me ask a question of all the Christian-hating lefties (and you know who you are). You bash Christians and any Republican or conservative who professes faith as radical zealots, but you are ga-ga over Barack Obama who is a disciple of an extreme radical zealot minister who claims the US got what it deserved on 9-11.

    Care to explain yourselves? Or is this just another example of the same racism privilege that allows you to embrace a novice, freshman senator as the savior of your party, where any similarly inexperienced senator of white would be treated as a joke?

    Comment by V the K — May 1, 2007 @ 3:53 pm - May 1, 2007

  20. LOL…V the K, this is simply another one of the Democrats’ amusing humungous hypocrisies.

    Case in point:

    Former President Bill Clinton campaigned for California Gov. Gray Davis at a Los Angeles church Sunday, warning that recalling the embattled governor would “create a circumstance where nobody ever makes a hard decision again.”

    Clinton said he got a chuckle out of early news coverage of the recall, when 135 people signed up as candidates to replace Davis if a majority of Californians vote to remove him.

    But “it’s not funny anymore,” he told parishioners at the First AME Church in South Central Los Angeles.

    “I don’t want you to become a laughingstock, a carnival or the beginning of a circus in America where we just throw people out whenever they make a tough decision,” Clinton said.

    He said recalling Davis “would spread instability and uncertainty among your people and across the country.”

    But this is the best part:

    Cecil Murray, pastor of the church, is a prominent recall opponent. He urged his parishioners to vote to keep Davis in office.

    “We are his posse,” he told them.

    The reason is that Democrats use the black church just as their segregationist and slave-owning ancestors did — as a means of controlling and keeping black folk in line. The ministers of the black churches, like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, are their field overseers.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — May 1, 2007 @ 4:07 pm - May 1, 2007

  21. So much for “separation of church and state,” huh?

    Talk about trolling for votes. And they call US the Bible-thumpers! Geez!

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 1, 2007 @ 4:24 pm - May 1, 2007

  22. yawn. slow day, eh? this is a pathetic, petty thread. leave it to repugs to start a thread over such non-events.

    Comment by rightiswrong — May 1, 2007 @ 4:29 pm - May 1, 2007

  23. #23 – And leave it to lower-case-libtrolls to opine over something they have no common sense to regard as important.

    Go fish.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 1, 2007 @ 5:08 pm - May 1, 2007

  24. If 10,000 people really had turned out, wrongisright would have been the first to brag about how ‘the people’ were demanding Bush’s impeachment.

    Wonder how Ian feels about his bff B.O. bowing before an imaginary spaghetti monster.

    Comment by V the K — May 1, 2007 @ 6:19 pm - May 1, 2007

  25. Anyway, because it’s a slow day, the real reason Mary Jane Watson loves Peter Parker

    Comment by V the K — May 1, 2007 @ 6:51 pm - May 1, 2007

  26. “Wonder how Ian feels about his bff B.O. bowing before an imaginary spaghetti monster.”

    I wonder if he prays for forgiveness before, during, or after he submits this kind of comment.

    Comment by HardHobbit — May 1, 2007 @ 8:01 pm - May 1, 2007

  27. Speaking of California, looks like Diane Feinstein may have to quit or even end up in jail as her corruption is thought to be worse than Duke Cunninghams. If forced to resign before going to jail, it will be the Governator who appoints her replacement. Ah a Republican Senator from California. hehe Could Arnold appoint himself? Is there precedent for that?
    http://thehill.com/david-keene/feinsteins-cardinal-shenanigans-2007-04-30.html

    Comment by Gene in Pennsylvania — May 1, 2007 @ 8:42 pm - May 1, 2007

  28. Word is Democrat Representative Jefferson of Louisiana, when he heard of the BILLION dollars of contracts diverted to Democrat Di Fi’s husband by her, said…
    “holy crap, I only had $90,000 cash in my freezer. She don’t play.”

    Comment by Gene in Pennsylvania — May 1, 2007 @ 8:46 pm - May 1, 2007

  29. OK, I give up, where in scripture does it say that making fun of the hypocritical non-belief system of somebody else is a sin?

    Comment by V the K — May 1, 2007 @ 8:54 pm - May 1, 2007

  30. #28 You’re joking, right? DiFi has a “D” behind her name, which means she gets a pass. Hell, she might even get appointed to the committee who oversees those who might (not) be investigating her, a la Jefferson.

    Comment by Vic — May 2, 2007 @ 1:42 am - May 2, 2007

  31. Well, Gene, as I’ve always said: Stop global warming – asphyxiate a liberal! (Take your pick of your least favorite one.)

    I keep wondering why the population=global warming crowd doesn’t set an example and commit suicide? Think of how much less CO2 there would be and more O2 for us.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — May 2, 2007 @ 1:53 am - May 2, 2007

  32. Elsewhere, 429 Truthers Are Hot on the Case.

    Comment by V the K — May 2, 2007 @ 9:15 am - May 2, 2007

  33. They can’t spell “constituents” either (scroll down).

    Comment by rightwingprof — May 2, 2007 @ 9:24 am - May 2, 2007

  34. [...] V the K says in a comment on Gay Patriot: I don’t want politicians to “court” me. I want to be left alone by government to live my life. Government should protect the borders and provide the national defense, and maybe a few other things. But everything a man can do for himself, a man should do for himself. [...]

    Pingback by Right Wing Nation — May 2, 2007 @ 9:33 am - May 2, 2007

  35. #34 – RWP, that’s the result of “outcome-based education.” What a crock.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 2, 2007 @ 10:18 am - May 2, 2007

  36. Thanks for the material, RWP. Those beached Code Pink Whales are begging to captioned.

    Comment by V the K — May 2, 2007 @ 10:18 am - May 2, 2007

  37. By the way, Rick Santorum is proven right, yet again.

    Time’s attention, like the BBC’s, has been caught by the legal battles underway to decriminalize incest between consenting adults. An article last month by Time reporter Michael Lindenberger titled “Should Incest Be Legal?” highlights the case of Paul Lowe, an Ohio man convicted of incest for having sex with his 22-year-old stepdaughter. Lowe has appealed his conviction to the Supreme Court, making Lawrence the basis of his argument. In Lawrence, the court had ruled that people “are entitled to respect for their private lives” and that under the 14th Amendment, “the state cannot demean their existence or control their destiny by making their private sexual conduct a crime.” If that was true for the adult homosexual behavior in Lawrence, why not for the adult incestuous behavior in the Ohio case?

    Comment by V the K — May 2, 2007 @ 12:59 pm - May 2, 2007

  38. I am not making this up: Jim McSleezey Considers Joining Episcopal Priesthood.

    Comment by V the K — May 2, 2007 @ 2:38 pm - May 2, 2007

  39. #36 – Hide the youth choir.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 2, 2007 @ 3:03 pm - May 2, 2007

  40. Also, speaking of clueless liberals who don’t get it, Joan Baez is wondering why she was not invited to perform at Walter Reed Hospital.

    Gee, lady, how much acid DID you drop during Vietnam?

    Here’s a dollar. Go buy a clue.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 2, 2007 @ 3:07 pm - May 2, 2007

  41. So, if it’s not in ‘the scriptures’, it’s fair game? Then why is alcohol forbidden? Church elders don’t frown on the use of the f-word because it’s not in the Bible? I’ll bet they do. Oh, let me guess: GayPatriot is your ‘mission’, right?

    Comment by HardHobbit — May 2, 2007 @ 3:27 pm - May 2, 2007

  42. #37 I hadn’t realized McGreevy is a pederast. Do you know something others don’t or is slander a habit you regularly indulge.

    Comment by David — May 2, 2007 @ 3:37 pm - May 2, 2007

  43. HH, are you sincerely concerned with my spiritual development, or are you simply taking a cheap shot to try to silence someone who regularly betters you in argument? I know that for someone who thinks of himself as highly as you do, and looks upon people of faith as disdainfully as you evidently do, being bested so regularly by a scruffy little Jesus freak must be quite humiliating.

    Comment by V the K — May 2, 2007 @ 4:02 pm - May 2, 2007

  44. And if McSleezey is a pederast, he’s in the right party for it. Perhaps, he should move to Massachusetts and run for Gerry Studds old House seat.

    Comment by V the K — May 2, 2007 @ 4:04 pm - May 2, 2007

  45. 41 & 42. Talk about taking cheap shots. ROTF :)

    Comment by David — May 2, 2007 @ 4:24 pm - May 2, 2007

  46. 41, yeah, deeper into the mud than I usually go, but 42, entirely justified by the facts.

    Comment by V the K — May 2, 2007 @ 4:29 pm - May 2, 2007

  47. 44, You have evidence McGreevey is a pederast?

    Comment by David — May 2, 2007 @ 4:38 pm - May 2, 2007

  48. I never said he was, but that the Democrat party has a certain tolerance for sexual predators like Gerry Studds and Mel Reynolds — two guys who couldn’t get hired as janitors at the local middle school — that does not exist in the other party is a matter of public record.

    Comment by V the K — May 2, 2007 @ 4:41 pm - May 2, 2007

  49. 49, Fair enough, you do have a point.

    Comment by David — May 2, 2007 @ 6:21 pm - May 2, 2007

  50. This is funny

    http://www.rightwingnews.com/mt331/2007/05/the_obama_myspace_goof.php

    The Obama MySpace Goof

    The Obama campaign has managed to turn their MySpace page, which had a staggering 160k+ users (next best was Hillary with 42k) into a screw up big enough to make the Drudge Report. Long story short,

    A guy named Joe Anthony started the Obama MySpace page and it was doing so well, Obama’s people just made it into their official page. However, eventually it got to the point where it was essentially turning into a 2nd job for the guy and Obama’s people were also getting nervous about not controlling the website. Then, because Anthony was dealing with enormous numbers of messages and friend requests, he asked to start getting paid for his work. Obama’s team, after thinking about it, decided they would rather offer him a lump sum and completely take it over. They asked him for an estimate and he gave them one that ran somewhere between $39,000 — $49,000.”

    I will let Tech President explain what happened from there,

    “Whatever the case, at this point it appears the Obama people simply decided that they would get control of the myspace.com/barackobama url by going around Anthony and getting MySpace to lock down his access to it. In their view, Anthony was violating MySpace’s terms of service by falsely representing himself as Obama, and thus they didn’t have to pay him anything. The worst that would happen, they reasoned, is that they would have to rebuild the candidate’s network of friends.

    And this is indeed what is happening now. At the request of the Obama campaign, the url myspace.com/barackobama has been taken away from Joe Anthony and put in their hands.

    ….Was this action fair to Joe Anthony? MySpace itself has come up with a positively Solomonic solution to that question, promising to restore Anthony’s network of 160,000 friends as soon as he picks a new url for whatever unofficial Obama fan page he may care to create.”

    Now, was $40k plus too much for control of the Myspace page? My gut instinct is “yes,” it probably was. On the other hand, you can contribute money to a candidate directly through their MySpace page and if they were able to raise $5 per person over the course of the campaign, that’s $800k. Moreover, Anthony did put in a lot of time and it was the Obama campaign, not Anthony, who asked him to toss out a lump sum and then tried to screw him over when it was higher than they expected.

    Why didn’t they just come back with a smaller figure? Moreover, if money was really that big of a concern to them, they could have had Obama pick up the phone and spend 5 minutes negotiating a deal with Anthony himself. I mean the guy was obviously a big fan of Barack who probably never had any idea that he could make any money off of the website in the first place, so if Obama had called, sweet talked him a little bit, and maybe offered to go to dinner with the guy the next time he’s in his neck of the woods, he probably could have gotten him to hand the page over for $10,000 to $15,00 and yes, getting the page with all the friends intact and avoiding the bad publicity would have been worth that much.

    So, why did they try to take the page out from under Anthony instead of going that route? My best guess? Simply because they thought they could get away with it. They probably thought they would go to MySpace, ask for control of the page, and MySpace would just take Anthony’s page from him and hand it over to the campaign, no questions asked. That’s not the right way to treat a volunteer who spent a lot of his free time helping out the campaign, to great effect, but it’s apparently how Obama works behind the scenes. That makes me think that Hillary may not be the only utterly ruthless candidate in the Democratic Party’s top tier this time around.

    Comment by Vince P — May 2, 2007 @ 6:50 pm - May 2, 2007

  51. #34

    I’ve never seen pink whales on a beach before. Oh, the Coexist bumper sticker is laughable.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — May 3, 2007 @ 12:52 am - May 3, 2007

  52. Great. We elect Osama Obama and he takes over your website. What a guy.

    He can have my DoucheSpace page since I never use it.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — May 3, 2007 @ 1:02 am - May 3, 2007

  53. #44 It’s ironic that I’m the one defending your claimed religion by questioning the allegation that you’re a believer. A hypocrite is a liar and you are a hypocrite, obviously. Your spiritual development is your business except when you regularly mention it on a public blog. I have no desire to silence you, especially when pointing out your logical flaws is so easy. I suspect that your church elders would advise you to cease participating in a forum in which the temptation to engage in very un-Mormon-like behavior is simply too great for you. But that’s between your conscience and the God that is the figment of your imagination. Certainly no god that I would believe in would advise less. You know I’m right, so now you’re claiming a rhetorical prowess in order to deflect an honest critique of your consistency. But what do I know? I, who attempt to participate honestly and with some standards, only aspire to be a rotting piece of meat whereas you, who regularly attack the very religion you use as rhetorical gravitas, aspire to a higher plane of existence.

    Comment by HardHobbit — May 3, 2007 @ 11:47 am - May 3, 2007

  54. #53 – And I’m sure you will guffaw when you read that Obama’s Irish roots have been traced.

    Shades of John Kerry – he wants to be everyone for everybody. Typical Dhimmicrats.

    I’m still waiting for the report that shows Shrillary’s lineage from Lucretia Borgia and Vlad the Impaler.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 3, 2007 @ 12:06 pm - May 3, 2007

  55. #55 Peter, John Kerry reminds me of the old La Rochefoucauld chestnut:

    “Magnanimity despises anything in order to gain everything.”

    and Nietzche:

    “The profound man seeks the clarity of truth; the man who wishes to be considered profound only seeks to obscure it.”

    Comment by HardHobbit — May 3, 2007 @ 12:25 pm - May 3, 2007

  56. I bet Obama will find a newly discovered Jewish grandmother too.

    Comment by Vince P — May 3, 2007 @ 12:59 pm - May 3, 2007

  57. #57 – That would put a big dent in his broad support from radical Islamists, huh Vince?

    I know it won’t play well in the madrassa he attended… ;-)

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 3, 2007 @ 2:03 pm - May 3, 2007

  58. There were madrassahs in Eire? Faith and Begorrrah!

    Comment by V the K — May 3, 2007 @ 2:12 pm - May 3, 2007

  59. Reid Compromise Would Pull Troops, Re-Invade Iraq
    Scott Ott 5/3/2007 5:24 AM
    (2007-05-03) — A day after Congress failed to override a presidential veto of a Democrat-sponsored bill that would tie troop funding to a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid expressed hope that his new compromise legislation might meet with greater success.

    The Reid bill calls for an immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, followed by a waiting period of about 21 months, then a fully-funded re-invasion “under more compelling circumstances,” according to the text of the legislation.

    Experts agree that a U.S. pull-out now would open the door for al Qaeda to make Iraq its base for launching global jihad. Sen. Reid said today that eliminating a safe haven for terrorists offers ample justification for invading a country, like the U.S. did to overthrow the Taliban regime in Afghanistan — a war which Democrats still support.

    “The problem with the Iraq war,” said Sen. Reid, “is that George Bush ordered the invasion to get revenge on Saddam Hussein and to get Iraqi oil, under the pretense that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. My bill calls for a do-over, but this time we invade for the right reasons, when we have the right person in the White House.”

    Citing President Bill Clinton’s bombing of Iraq, Mr. Reid said, “Democrats don’t oppose military action in principle, so long as we have confidence in our commander-in-chief and support his rationale.”

    Under the terms of the measure, the re-invasion to destroy al Qaeda’s new Iraqi headquarters and expected network of Iraqi training camps, would start in January 2009, “contingent upon an appropriate outcome of the U.S. presidential election in November 2008.”

    Comment by Vince P — May 3, 2007 @ 4:11 pm - May 3, 2007

  60. Vince, I think HarryR has finally gone over the deep end. Maybe Alzheimer’s setting in?

    And before you libtards start wetting yourselves in angst at my so-called “smear,” just remember that twenty years ago, your ilk was saying the same thing about Reagan. So deal with it.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 3, 2007 @ 5:26 pm - May 3, 2007

  61. Peter: its from scrappleface. handle with care :)

    Comment by Vince P — May 3, 2007 @ 6:28 pm - May 3, 2007

  62. #62

    Granted, but I still don’t believe libs would give a damn about al-Qaeda.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — May 4, 2007 @ 12:54 am - May 4, 2007

  63. #63 – Of course not, TGC. Who do you think are the Dhimmicrats’ biggest supporters? Why offend their base, after all?

    PS – Happy Cinco de Mayo!

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — May 5, 2007 @ 12:15 pm - May 5, 2007

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