Dear Congressman Murtha:
What none of our political leaders has said, I suspect for fear of being attacked by the left and the MSM, is that the Democrats want
They want support for the war to plummet. They truly care nothing for the Iraqi people who are tasting freedom for the first time ever. And for all of their talk of “supporting the troops,” they have no problem undercutting and devaluing the mission and the accomplishments of those same troops. That is the most insidious and cowardly position of all.
There are two reasons they desire a total
The second reason flows from the first and is even more insidious. They want a total failure in
The troops on the ground, the troops here at home preparing to deploy, and the troops around the world who stand guard, ready and willing to beat back those who would destroy America and our way of life, are being told by the Democrats and the anti-war leftists that their service is misguided. What other conclusion can they draw from the words of John Kerry, John Edwards, Ted Kennedy, Harry Reid and their ilk? What other conclusion can they draw from the mainstream media’s coverage – coverage that ignores the incredible accomplishments in
Is it any wonder that the troops cannot stand liberal politicians and the MSM?
The Democrats desire the same flames of civil and cultural unrest here in
They think the CIA leak investigation will be another Watergate (though with Mr. Woodward’s latest bombshell, they will be sadly disappointed).
The Democrats will fail. The American people will soon understand that we are safer and more secure from terrorism with a flourishing, strong and democratic
Our troops, their families and friends, and the majority of normal patriotic Americans are proud of what has already been accomplished in
With apologies to the Who: We won’t be fooled again.
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