The more badly both al-Qaeda and al-Qaedaqrats want us to lose this War, the more extreme and desperate they become.
impeach overturn the election of our president and our Troops' commander in chief right in the middle of the World War we're fighting for our very nation's survival.
US Democrats raise prospect of Bush's impeachment over Iraq
30 April 2007
WASHINGTON - A top US congressional Democrat
I.e., top surrenderrat.
...has raised the possibility of George W. Bush's impeachment in a bid to force the president to accept a compromise that would place conditions on continued US military involvement in Iraq.
Murtha Murdertha-troops, who chairs the House Subcommittee on Defence and is close to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Nanno-cerebrumcy PeLoseri, made the comment Sunday in response to repeated threats by the president to veto legislation that calls for withdrawal of US troops from Iraq by the end of next March.
Impeach him for not promptly wetting himself and surrendering to terrorists like
an easily scared little girl a top US congressional al-Qaedaqrat.
Masterstroke of political strategy!
'There's three ways or four ways to influence a president,' Murdertha-troops said on CBS's 'Face the Nation' program. 'One is popular opinion, the election, third is impeachment and fourth is the purse.'
Gleefully, the World Socialist Web Site likes his first one's prospects too:
A new ABC-Washington Post poll ["conducted by telephone April 12-15, 2007, among a random national sample of 1,141
adults American'ts, including an oversample of African-American['t]s"] found that 66 percent of the American['t] public now believes that the war was not worth fighting and that 51 percent — for the first time a majority — believes that the US will ultimately lose the war.
Unfortunately for top al-Qaeda, World Socialist, and Dhimm al'Qrat leadersbirm
, this and Murdertha's election-way influencer are both out since President Bush isn't running from our enemies or for another term in office. So is the purse one while the Peloseri/Murdertha al-Qongress tries to make cutting off our Troops' funds to fight this War so they'll have no real chance of winning it, sound less suicidally stupid and outright treasonous than it is. Besides, giving our country's enemy exactly what he wants is so plain unmanly the al-Qaedaqrats would be very shy about bringing up anything that'll force numerous mentions of the word "purse."
Asked specifically if Democrats, who now control the US Congress, were seriously contemplating the impeachment option, the congress"man" responded: 'What I'm saying, there's four ways to influence a president ... And one of them's impeachment.'
So if our wartime president doesn't sign your proposed Articles of Unconditional Surrender to al-Qaeda, you'll impeach him.
Some of the fiercest critics of President Bush have long charged he has illegally manipulated intelligence to accuse the Iraqi government of late president Saddam Hussein of secretly stockpiling weapons of mass destruction, thereby creating a pretext for the March 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Remember, Murdertha-troops and Harry "Lost" Reid both voted in favor of invading and toppling Saddam's
dictatorship Kite Flying Happyland if his international-outlaw regime didn't immediately and fully obey over twelve years' worth of United Nations Security Council resolutions demanding he immediately and fully eliminate all his weapons of mass destruction programs. Immediately and fully didn't mean "until Hans Blix's inspection team's members all die of old age with nothing to show for their efforts but an 'In Saddam We Trusted' line engraved on each of their tombstones."
No weapons of mass destruction have been found in Iraq since the invasion
- Munitions Found in Iraq Meet WMD Criteria, Official Says
By Samantha L. Quigley
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, June 29, 2006 - The 500 munitions [i.e., a "stockpile"] discovered throughout Iraq since 2003 and discussed in a National Ground Intelligence Center report meet the criteria of weapons of mass destruction, the center's commander said here today.
"These are chemical weapons as defined under the Chemical Weapons Convention, and yes ... they do constitute weapons of mass destruction," Army Col. John Chu told the House Armed Services Committee.
The Chemical Weapons Convention is an arms control agreement which outlaws the production, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons. It was signed in 1993 and entered into force in 1997.
The munitions found contain sarin and mustard gases, Army Lt. Gen. Michael D. Maples, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, said. Sarin attacks the neurological system and is potentially lethal.
"Mustard is a blister agent (that) actually produces burning of any area (where) an individual may come in contact with the agent," he said. It also is potentially fatal if it gets into a person's lungs.
The munitions addressed in the report were produced in the 1980s, Maples said. Badly corroded, they could not currently be used as originally intended, Chu added.
While that's reassuring, the agent remaining in the weapons would be very valuable to terrorists and insurgents, Maples said. "We're talking chemical agents here that could be packaged in a different format and have a great effect," he said, referencing the sarin-gas attack on a Japanese subway in the mid-1990s.
This is true even considering any degradation of the chemical agents that may have occurred, Chu said. It's not known exactly how sarin breaks down, but no matter how degraded the agent is, it's still toxic.
"Regardless of (how much material in the weapon is actually chemical agent), any remaining agent is toxic," he said. "Anything above zero (percent agent) would prove to be toxic, and if you were exposed to it long enough, lethal."
Though about 500 chemical weapons - the exact number has not been released publicly - have been found, Maples said he doesn't believe Iraq is a "WMD-free zone."
"I do believe the former regime did a very poor job of accountability of munitions, and certainly did not document the destruction of munitions," he said. "The recovery program goes on, and I do not believe we have found all the weapons."
The Defense Intelligence Agency director said locating and disposing of chemical weapons in Iraq is one of the most important tasks servicemembers in the country perform.
Maples added searches are ongoing for chemical weapons beyond those being conducted solely for force protection.
There has been a call for a complete declassification of the National Ground Intelligence Center's report on WMD in Iraq. Maples said he believes the director of national intelligence is still considering this option, and has asked Maples to look into producing an unclassified paper addressing the subject matter in the center's report.
Much of the classified matter was slated for discussion in a closed forum after the open hearings this morning.
|Iraq both poses a continuing threat to the national security of the United States and international peace and security in the Persian Gulf region and remains in material and unacceptable breach of its international obligations by, among other things, continuing to possess and develop a significant chemical and biological weapons capability, actively seeking a nuclear weapons capability, and supporting and harboring terrorist organizations.|
|– Sen. Hillary Qlinton, D-NY,|
February 5, 2003,
also voted in favor of
invading Saddam's KFH
- Tests Confirm Sarin in Iraqi Artillery Shell
Wednesday, May 19, 2004
By Liza Porteus
NEW YORK - Tests on an artillery shell that blew up in Iraq on Saturday confirm that it did contain an estimated three or four liters of the deadly nerve agent sarin, Defense Department officials told Fox News Tuesday.
The artillery shell was being used as an improvised roadside bomb, the U.S. military said Monday. The 155-mm shell exploded before it could be rendered inoperable, and two U.S. soldiers were treated for minor exposure to the nerve agent.
- Powell Says Kay Report Confirms Iraq Defied U.N. Res. 1441
What Kay Found
By Colin L. Powell
[October 7, 2003]
The interim findings of David Kay and the Iraq Survey Group make two things abundantly clear: Saddam Hussein's Iraq was in material breach of its United Nations obligations before the Security Council passed Resolution 1441 last November, and Iraq went further into breach after the resolution was passed.
Kay's interim findings offer detailed evidence of Hussein's efforts to defy the international community to the last. The report describes a host of activities related to weapons of mass destruction that "should have been declared to the U.N." It reaffirms that Iraq's forbidden programs spanned more than two decades, involving thousands of people and billions of dollars.
What the world knew last November about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs was enough to justify the threat of serious consequences under Resolution 1441. What we now know as a result of David Kay's efforts confirms that Hussein had every intention of continuing his work on banned weapons despite the U.N. inspectors, and that we and our coalition partners were right to eliminate the danger that his regime posed to the world.
So, no, there were not "no" WMDs found in Iraq since the invasion.
Moreover, a top counterterrorism specialist and highly decorated federal agent, Paul "Dave" Gaubatz, says much of those weapons are presently in Syria:
- 'The problem was that the ISG were concentrating their efforts in looking for WMD in northern Iraq and this was in the south', says Mr Gaubatz. 'They were just swept up by reports of WMD in so many different locations. But we told them if they didn't excavate these sites, others would'.
That, he says, is precisely what happened. He subsequently learned from Iraqi, CIA and British intelligence that the WMD buried in the four sites were excavated by Iraqis and Syrians, with help from the Russians, and moved to Syria....
The Republicans won't touch this because it would reveal the incompetence of the Bush administration in failing to neutralise the danger of Iraqi WMD. The Democrats won't touch it because it would show President Bush was right to invade Iraq in the first place. It is an axis of embarrassment.
[Intelligence Summit organiser John] Loftus goes further. Saddam's nuclear research, scientists and equipment, he says, have all been relocated to Syria, where US satellite intelligence confirms that uranium centrifuges are now operating — in a country which is not supposed to have any nuclear programme. There is now a nuclear axis, he says, between Iran, Syria and North Korea — with Russia and China helping build an Islamic bomb against the west. And of course, with assistance from American negligence.
'Apparently Saddam had the last laugh and donated his secret stockpile to benefit Iran's nuclear weapons programme. With a little technical advice from Beijing, Syria is now enriching the uranium, Iran is making the missiles, North Korea is testing the warheads, and the White House is hiding its head in the sand.'
Of course we don't know whether any of this is true. But given Dave Gaubatz's testimony, shouldn't someone be trying to find out? Or will we still be intoning 'there were no WMD in Iraq' when the Islamic bomb goes off?
In the word
of a top US blogressional Puppyvore: Indeed.
...but the White House has strongly denied the intelligence manipulation charge.
- CIA chief defends prewar intelligence
PLA Daily 2004-02-06
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 (Xinhuanet) -- Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) chief George Tenet on Thursday defended the agency's prewar intelligence on Iraq, saying that the intelligence was not manipulated and "No one told us what to say or how to say it."
The only things being manipulated here are the recollections of the American people by an extremely desperate al-Qaedaqrat leadership and its maintreason-stream media colleagues, and the hair-trigger surrender impulses of al-Qaedaqrats by an extremely desperate al-Qaeda leadership and its international terrorist partners. Both sets of manipulators are furiously working to create limits and conditions that can only increasingly undermine and kill our Troops on the battlefield.
The impeachment threat is being dangled as the White House and congressional Democrats face a new showdown over Iraq policy in coming weeks.
A 124-billion-dollar war funding bill passed by the House of Representatives Wednesday and the Senate on Thursday established a non-binding target of completing a US combat troop pullout from Iraq by March 31, 2008.
Top Dhimmiqrats are resorting to the highly extreme measure of impeaching our Troops' commander in chief so America's terrorist enemies can make acceptance speeches at the 2008 Winners of the Year® ceremonies. The only ones really surprised by this inevitable development are the terrorists themselves who can hardly believe the incredible break on top of those top Dhimmiqrats consistently give them day after day in this World War.
The measure is expected to land on the president's desk on Tuesday, the fourth anniversary of his now much ridiculed 'Mission Accomplished' speech, in which he, standing on the deck of an aircraft carrier off the coast of California, declared an end to major combat operations in Iraq.
Al-Qaedaqrats taking advantage of every opportunity to politicize our war efforts for their own extremely partisan purposes. No surprise there either. Except, of course, among our country's bloodthirsty enemies who're busily practicing those "Allahu Akbars" for their acceptance speeches next year.
As promised, Bush will wield his veto pen, and Democrats acknowledge they lack the votes to override his decision.
But they have made it clear that while the withdrawal deadline will most likely be dropped, they still would like to come up with a bill that would place limits and conditions on future US operations in Iraq.
Extremely unconstitutional limits and conditions, that is. Not even al-Qongress's powers extend to executing a World War. There's a whole separate — you guessed it — executive branch in which are exclusively vested such powers under the United States constitution. Top congressional al-Qaedaqrats' self-interested partisan scheming, notwithstanding.
One of the proposals, according to Murdertha-troops, calls for making the continued US military presence in Iraq contingent on the Iraqi government meeting specific political benchmarks designed to stem violence.
They include showing progress in reaching power-sharing arrangement that would bolster the role of Sunnis in the Iraqi government, an agreement to equitable distribution of oil wealth, and a crackdown on militias.
Top congressional al-Qaedaqrats planning the conditions of our Troops' movements is an extreme example of egregious usurpation of presidential powers. Too bad we can't impeach them. We'd have an infinitely more solid case there.
Murdertha-troops also suggested limiting the life of a revised war-funding bill from one year to just two months to allow for an earlier congressional review of the situation.
'I'd like to look at this again in two months,' he said.
And the "Allahu Akbars" grow even louder at the very idea of such perpetual political manipulations, usurpations, and bickering in time of war.
But the administration was quick to shoot down the idea of any restrictions on White House Iraq policy.
'To begin now to tie our own hands and to say 'We must do this if they don't do that' doesn't allow us the flexibility and creativity that we need to move this forward,' Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on the same show.
Who are you to say? It's not like our constitution gives your branch of government the sole power to execute our wars. I'll fact-check it for you...
Oh, that's right. It does.
She warned that benchmarks written into US law 'might give incentives to the wrong people'.
Namely, al-Qaeda, al-Qaedaqrats, and our country's other extremely ruthless enemies. All of whom could only see a golden opportunity to advance their plans to defeat our Troops' wartime commander in chief given the very limitations those "benchmarks" would impose on his powers to execute this World War towards any successful conclusion.
Then more top Al-Qaeda leaders and congressional al-Qaedaqratsbirm will have ever more reason to say we've lost the war.
Then again, what else would you expect either to be doing?
A veteran of the US Marine Corps, Murdertha-troops touched off a firestorm in Washington in November 2005 when he called for redeployment of US troops from Iraq.
To such "over the
horizon rainbow" places as Okinawa.
Top-notch military strategizing!
Meanwhile our Troops are still waiting on the battlefield for top al-qongressional al-Qaedaqrats to finally pass the funding our Armed Forces require and need to proceed with winning this World War for all of us.
Such as they're doing here:
U.S. says scores of Taliban killed near Herat
Monday, April 30, 2007; 1:51 AM
KABUL (Reuters) - U.S.-led coalition troops have killed scores of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan over the past several days, the coalition said on Monday.
Backed by air support, the Taliban were killed in two separate battles in the western province of Herat, it said in a statement.
Funny how this major battlefield victory is getting little more than similarly passing mention in the treason-stream media. Sure the dwindling number of surviving terrorists are laughing about the dearth of long and in-depth coverage as well.
Herat, near the border with Iran, has been relatively safe until recently, compared to the south and east, where the Taliban are most active. Both battles were in the Zerkoh valley, south of Shindand district, where foreign troops have a large base.
Uh, that's had a large base.
A total of 87 Taliban fighters were killed during a 14-hour engagement with U.S.-led troops and Afghan forces on Sunday in the valley, the coalition said.
Another 49 Taliban members, along with two of their leaders, were killed two days earlier after a group of Taliban fired at a joint coalition and Afghan patrol in another part of the valley, it added.
More successes like these and Harry slow-Bleed will start crying we're losing the war in Afghanistan, too.
The statement did not identify the Taliban leaders.
It said one U.S. soldier was killed, but did not say if there were any casualties among the Afghan forces.
Dearest Lord, please comfort the family and loved ones of this Your Angel of Freedom. Thank You for blessing our country with such men of whom we shall never, other than by Your merciful grace, be worthy.
And thank You for granting us and our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Guardsmen, and Marines such growing number of Middle Eastern brothers in battle.
There were no injuries among civilians, the statement said.
Sorry, al-Qaedaqrats and other anti-America haters.
The Taliban could not be contacted immediately for comment.
Try sending a text message to their mobile phones in Hell.
And still our Troops await their much needed funding....
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