Monday, June 26, 2006

The "Cut and Run" party?...GOP!

Republicans..."The Cut and Run party"

The Bush administration is a bunch of liars. i realize that isn't exactly news but get this...while they were ranting about Democrats wanting to cut and run in Iraq because they presented several reasonable plans for a draw down of American forces...The names they called John Murtha alone are disgusting...The Republicans were planning to cut and run all along!

Public Statement:

"No matter how you carve it -- you can call it anything you want -- but basically, it is packing it in, going home, persuading and convincing and validating the theory that the Americans don't have the stomach for this fight," Cheney said.

At about the same time, Senate Republicans -- following the administration's wishes -- led an effort to kill a proposal by Sens. Carl Levin (D-MI) and Jack Reed (D-RI) that would have required a redeployment to begin by the end of the year but not set a timetable for a complete withdrawal. (Note: A second proposal calling for a near-complete withdrawal by next year, from Sens. John Kerry (D-MA) and Russ Feingold (D-WI) was overwhelmingly defeated.)


"That means the only people who have fought us and fought us against the timetable, the only ones still saying there shouldn't be a timetable really are the Republicans in the United States Senate and in the Congress," Boxer said on CBS's "Face the Nation." "Now it turns out we're in sync with General Casey."

The Administration's hand picked general in charge of Iraq, General Casey, plans to...well...Cut and Run!

And of course the Liberal Media is all over this one right? You did know about this, right?

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3 comments:

  1. that mane stream media has commented, but only barely. they dint seem to wonta conneck the dots lack ye dun here. twood be a nuther case of the truth hurtin.

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  2. conservativehippie10:03 AM

    Murtha called for the troops to operate from...wait for it...Okinawa! I can't decide if Murtha thinks this is actually plausible despite the distance, or if he just lacks geographical knowledge.

    On another note, the Administration has finally come up with a rough draft of withdrawal and one would think that the Dems are happy, right? RIGHT?

    No. They're mad because their plan wasn't used. Go sulk in a corner, good grief. As far as you guys are concerned, the GOP is damned if they do and damned if they don't.

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  3. Anonymous2:23 AM

    DAMN THE GOP FOR MAKING ANYONE DEAL WITH THIS WITHDRAWAL IN THE FIRST PLACE!
    ***WE SHOULD NOT EVEN BE THERE***

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