What’s the message?

Msg. Jan. 5, 2006; George of the Jungle!


For some time, Bush has said that his Iraq policy would be guided by the opinion of our generals on the ground. They have spoken out against sending more troops, yet he ignores them.

The Baker/Hamilton Iraq Study Group has also counseled against a troop increase, yet he ignores their advice as well.

Finally, American voters sent a clear signal in November that they want fewer, not more, troops in Iraq. Yet he ignores them too.

If Bush does propose sending more troops to Iraq, then this stubborn, incompetent man, incapable of admitting his mistakes, will be standing alone, his delusion having devolved into madness.

It would follow then that he is no longer capable of exercising the judgment needed to perform his duties, and it would then be time to remove him under Section Four of the 25th Amendment: Presidential Disability, Involuntary Withdrawal.

The following was my response to a contributing commentator (see above Steve Levine; “The Madness Of King George”)  on the blog :

‘Why don’t you tell us what you really think? Apparently, you’d say Senator John McCaine is also wrong and should not have been reelected to another term? General John Abizide testified last month to the Senate that he agreed with an increase in troops if they were used to help increase Iraqi military and their control of the sectarian violence.
Who elected the head of the texas law firm Baker & Botts to serve as our secretary of state? Baker? His firm has very well known ties to and representation of wealthy Muslims in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere. His views don’t mean squat! He’s Neville Chamberline reincarnate; an appeaser with a conflict of interest.
It sounds to me like the commentor hates George Bush more than he wants to win the war in Iraq; a beach head in the war on Islamic Fascisim. General Abazide also testified in the same committee last month that he believed the Iraqis want to win the war and can win the war with our help without any reservation.

Agreeable, Georgy does have problems, but he isn’t the only one that makes up the office of the president. And he isn’t the only one that believes we can win this conflict. Taking pot shots at Georgy is easy shoot’n. Why don’t we spend more time aiming at the enemy instead of lobbing friendly fire at our own countrymen.

Iraq isn’t the apex of the war against Islamic Fascism and their employment of Fabian Strategy and terrorism. I think George sees the bigger picture and the problem is the poorly informed American Public doesn’t. They only see what the bought and paid for media wants them to believe; defeat. ‘


Msg. Oct 3, 2006; RE: Wimpy Rambos/

Check it out…

Iraq: A Turning Point (CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEO)     
With Reports from Iraq from Senators John McCain and Joseph Lieberman  
Friday, January 5, 2007  11:00 AM  

American Enterprise Institute 
Location:  Wohlstetter Conference Center, Twelfth Floor, AEI
1150 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036

U.S. senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) and U.S. senator Joseph Lieberman (I-D-Conn.) recently returned from a fact-finding mission to Iraq. Both held extensive discussions with U.S. forces and Iraqi government officials. In light of a possible change in course for U.S. strategy in Iraq, their views will be critical in the upcoming Congressional debate.

At this important time, AEI resident scholar Frederick W. Kagan and former acting Army chief of staff General Jack Keane will release the updated and final version of phase one of “Choosing Victory: A Plan for Success in Iraq.” The study calls for a large and sustained surge of U.S. forces to secure and protect critical areas of Baghdad. Mr. Kagan directed the report in consultation with military and regional experts, including General Keane, former Afghanistan coalition commander Lieutenant General David Barno, and other officers involved with the successful operations of the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment in Tal Afar. An interim version of the report was released on December 14, 2006.

At this event, Mr. Kagan and General Keane will present their final report, which outlines how the United States can win in Iraq and why victory is the only acceptable outcome.

Senator McCain made reference to one of the members of the audience (Thomas E. Ricks) and his book as being a “siminole work” in the understanding of the complexities of the war in Iraq:

Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq by Thomas E. Ricks

For a interesting critique of the Baker/Hamilton Iraq Study Group click the hyper link below:

“Back To Your Studies: The Unbearable Shallowness of the ISG” By Rauell Marc Gerecht


January 6, 2007 - Posted by | Islamo Fascism

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