Iraq

George W. Bush on Iran’s threat of a nuclear attack: When “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing!”

President Bush’s enlightenment of the NIE Report is just another example of how inept this President and his Administration is regarding intelligence reports, especially if they do not support their agenda!

Exposing CIA Operative Valerie Plame Wilson: “None dare call it treason!”

John Stormer’s title of his controversial book lends a new meaning to the phrase, when we consider the Bush Administration’s exposure of CIA Operative Valerie Plame Wilson, as payback for Joe Wilson’s article in the New York Times. We have conveniently placed it aside, thanks to the lack of outrage by the Congress, the Media and the American Public!

The Kurdish PKK’s attacks on Turkey: The insurgency in Iraq that no one is talking about.

While the American news media reports sporadically regarding the insurgency in Iraq, we never hear of the unrest and insurgency that has battle lines drawn between the Kurds in the north of Iraq and Turkey. As recently as Sunday, October 7, 2007, Turkish forces were said to have shelled Iraqi territory, as a result of an attack by the PKK (Kurdistan Worker’s Party), during which 13 Turkish soldiers were killed in the southern province of Simak, Turkey. Kurdish farmers showed observers the craters left by Turkish artillery shells, which were well inside Iraqi territory.

The Democratic Debate in New Hampshire: The “Big Three” sound like Republicans, except for Richardson!

To anyone who witnessed the Democratic Debate at Dartmouth College on September 26th, you would never know whether you were listening to a Democrat or a Republican regarding Iraq! Clinton, Obama and Edwards all implied that U.S. Armed Forces could still be deployed in Iraq at the end of their First Term! Once again, the Democratic Party is afraid to take a stand!

President Mahmaud Admadinejad’s speech at Columbia University: Has the door slightly opened for diplomacy?

Iranian President Mahmaud Admadinejad’s request to speak at Columbia University and to lay a wreath at Ground Zero has Americans going ballistic!

The defeat of the Webb – Hagel Amendment: The continuation of bleeding our Armed Forces dry!

The Webb – Hagel Amendment went down to defeat on a partisan vote of 56 Yeas to 44 Nays on the Senate at 5:30 PM on September 19, 2007. It was a bi-partisan lifeline to our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan that would have allowed our troops an equal amount of time home, before they were redeployed. It also included that no Reserve or National Guard Unit could be redeployed within three years of their previous deployment. It crashed in the halls of the Senate and those who voted against it now have blood on their hands.

President Bush’s Report to the Nation: Iraq has now become our 51st State!

It’s nice to know that now we have brought Democracy to Iraq, it will be now included in our AAA Guide Books as our newly acquired Fifty-First State! Most of the highways will be either not recommended for travel or under construction…..and beware of that Motel 6 in the book. You had best spend the night in a foxhole!

The Patreaus–Crocker Report: The missing strategy!

Is anyone really surprised regarding the contents of the General Davis Patreaus and Ryan Crocker Report?

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