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April 03, 2007

Living-Room Warriors

If this were 1776, this Congress would be in danger of the tar-and-feather brand of American displeasure for using our battlefield troops as pawns in their childish game of mere politics and public posturing. This is not a photo-op for Nancy Pelosi and her grandchildren. Nor is it a bar-hopping night for Ted Kennedy. This isn't American Idol and it most assuredly is not a sing-along happening with Joan Baez. This is WAR! Our real sons and daughters are gallantly shedding their blood in a National effort to prevent even greater atrocities than 9/11, and our Congress is behaving like this is an interactive video game without genuine consequences. A presumed "Culture of Corruption", however deep, is far, far better than a Culture of Cowardice when it comes to protecting our children from maniacs who see them as nothing but fodder for their senseless Jihad. And anyone who cannot make that distinction should be home baking cookies and watching American Idol - not running the Country.

This entire must-read by Kyle-Ann Shiver is over at American Thinker.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 07:57 AM | Comments (3) | TrackBack (0) | Commentary

I think it shows how weak the Democratic Party is when dealing with National Security and Defense issues. Their only concern is their well being and ability to better themselves at the expense of those brave Americans fighting for our freedom. Why can't they develop a strategy to win the war in Iraq? Why is their party so weak in ideas and so pompous in nature?

Posted by: Swick Speak at April 3, 2007 08:58 AM

Swick, I wish I had an answer for that. But when you look at the pompous people who populate it (Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, et al), who believe that they know better than all of us about everything, then you get an idea as to what kind of people you're dealing with.

Posted by: Pam at April 3, 2007 09:09 AM

I will agree with your thoughts. I still wonder why voters in Massachusetts keep voting in those two when they have no values nor leadership qualities.

Posted by: Swick Speak at April 3, 2007 12:23 PM

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