Monday, December 12, 2005
If you support them as you say, then you'll trust what they have to say. (Mishaite Empire of Cluebludgeon)
- Staying the course isn't a campaign slogan; it is a life support message for those of us in the midst of battle. Congressman Murtha above all others should know the perils inherent in dictating military policy from across the Potomac. I imagine he can still taste the spittle of anti-war protestors from 30 years ago. As was the case in Vietnam, the American soldier cannot be defeated on the field of battle. It is only the failure of the political class to stomach the hardships of combat that stands in the way of our victory.
lease continue saying our troops were only following orders, or they're a bunch of liars too and spineless parrots. Then keep acting unsurprised when they — along with those who support both them
and their mission — tell you what they think of your but-monkey
"support." Never cease your smug reliance on poll
showing your party's the one that continually feels our troops have no prayer and should come home in defeat, and our mortal enemies are beating us. Most important, always deny that your "positive" messages are nothing but sweet, sweet music to every terrorist's devilishly pointed ears.
What you're saying is bound to sit exceedingly well with American voters before any of them have had a real chance to actually sit down and fully think about it.
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