Tuesday, December 06, 2005


1) Both Democrats and terrorists want American troops out of Iraq.
2) Both Democrats and terrorists hate George W. Bush.
4) Both Democrats and terrorists claim American troops are an occupying force.
5) Both Democrats and terrorists claim that the war in Iraq was all about oil.
6) Both Democrats and terrorists claim that Bush lied to get the congress to agree to the war against Saddam.
CONSERVATIVE VOICE has found ONE difference.


Pastorius said...

I know another difference. Democrats are afraid of Islamofascists, but Islamofascists just laugh at the Dhimmicrats.

Anonymous said...

you're correct about the first 4,

I have never heard a member of Alquida give a rats ass about the relationship between the president and the congress, letalone what they say to eachother,

andI don't recall Alquida talking to hevially about oil, killing Americans yes, but not oil

and if you claim democrats want to kill american citizens... then you're just an idiot.

And there is a difference between supporting the soldiers, and supporting the war they fight.

as to Pastorius' comment, I think the fear of Terrorism is nation wide, not just limited to Democrats, Thank your president for that, his administration is very, VERY good at mass psychology and fear mongering, it's really quite amazing, I have to applod whoever tought them psychology because they're damn good at it.

Pastorius said...

No Spartan, I didn't mean fear of terrorism. I meant that Democrats are usually more likely to curtail free speech, and change public policy when Muslims are offended. That's why I used the word "dhimmi." Because they are dhimmis.

Anonymous said...

hey sparty baby!

al zarqawi just announced new focus on oil installations!

and al Q has been after the Saud oil from the start!

Brian Ragle said...

So, let’s bust up this little party, shall we?

1. Want American troops out of Iraq.
Quite true, but very different reasons. Liberals want American troops out of Iraq because we actually care how and why our military is used. Putting American lives in harm’s way should be the last resort when all other measures have failed against an enemy intent on destroying us. Such was not the case with Iraq.

2. Hate George W. Bush.
This is another blanket statement which has no basis in reality. Liberals don’t hate Bush, but they certainly hate what he done to this country. I don’t believe terrorists hate Bush either for the simple fact that Bush’s fumbling attempts at foreign policy have driven more people to radical extremism than has turned away from it.

3. Claiming American troops are killing and harassing innocent women and children in Iraq.
The claim is true, yet which terrorists have made it? Liberals have certainly said as much and evidence to back it up. Blind defenders of American military action, however, will say that any innocents who are killed are at fault because they were simply in our way.

4. Claim American troops are an occupying force.
This is a disingenuous statement and logical fallacy because it is twisting the meaning of the word “occupying”. The premise is that if liberals or terrorists said it, then it must be a bad thing, right? The fact is quite different. America IS occupying Iraq right now in nearly every sense of the word.

5. Claim the war in Iraq is all about oil.
While oil has factored into this issue in a major way (record oil company profits, as an example), neither terrorists nor liberals would be so simplistic in the assessment of the situation.

6. Claim that Bush lied to get Congress to go to war with Saddam.
Another disingenuous statement. Since when have terrorists been concerned with the methods and inner workings of American politics? It’s doubtful our political processes are even that well understood by outsiders, much less what it took to authorize military action.
However, liberals have made the solid case that Bush did, in fact, to Congress. Whether it was a lie of omission or commission, Bush willfully kept back information which denied his conclusions even as he asserted shakier evidence as factual.

7. Claim that America is losing the war in Iraq.
Terrorists may claim America is losing the war. Liberals with cable news and Internet access know it’s already lost.

8. Claim that Bush rushed into war, and fail to notice the year of delay while gathering numerous UN and Congressional resolutions and authorizations.
This is another disingenuous claim as we are once again being told that terrorists make such statements about American politics. The simple fact of the matter is that Bush had his mind to go to war with Iraq long before he actually told the American people. When he failed to get the support of the rest of the world, he acted unilaterally and successfully destabilized the country to the point it is now collapsing into civil war.