Monday, November 28, 2005

Ann Again...

Ann Coulter hits the nail on the head.
She pulls no punches, that is for sure.
I'd like to see some of these people up on charges; but that's just me.
And Ann Coulter.

From Ann .


In an Aug. 3, 1995, interview in The Wall Street Journal, Bui Tin, a former colonel in the North Vietnamese army, called the American peace movement "essential" to the North Vietnamese victory.

"Every day our leadership would listen to world news over the radio at 9 a.m. to follow the growth of the American anti-war movement," he said. "Visits to Hanoi by people like Jane Fonda and former Attorney General Ramsey Clark and ministers gave us confidence that we should hold on in the face of battlefield reverses."

What are we to make of the fact that — as we now know — the Democrats don't even want to withdraw troops from Iraq? By their own account, there is no merit to their demands. Before the vote, Democrats could at least defend themselves from sedition by pleading stupidity. Now we know they don't believe what they are saying about the war. (Thanks to that vote, the Islamo-fascists know it, too.)

The Democrats are giving aid and comfort to the enemy for no purpose other than giving aid and comfort to the enemy. There is no plausible explanation for the Democrats' behavior other than that they long to see U.S. troops shot, humiliated, and driven from the field of battle.

They fill the airwaves with treason, but when called to vote on withdrawing troops, disavow their own public statements. These people are not only traitors, they are gutless traitors.
Go read the whole thing here.
I remember when the same people were saying we were bogged down before we got to Baghdad, and if we ever did get there, Soddom's (sic) Republican Guard would slaughter us.
Remember when they said the coalition could never take Afganistan?

And we're supposed to trust these people on military matters now?
I think not.

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