I guess they didn’t want a “new direction” after all.

January 8th, 2007

During the elections, buy viagra order most Democrats strenously objected to being characterized as wanting to “cut and run” from Iraq.

They protested that they only wanted a “new direction.”

But now that George Bush is about to offer a new direction that involves throwing more troops at the problem, sildenafil seek the Democrats are showing their true colors…which are, order of course, yellow.

“Pelosi suggested that anything short of a White House proposal to quickly
begin sizable cuts in U.S. troop strength in Iraq would be rejected in Congress”

Sounds pretty much like cutting and running to me.

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  • 1. grumps  |  January 9th, 2007 at 3:20 pm

    Changing from a downhil trot to a run off the precipice isn’t a change in direction. If insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results then a surge in Iraq is the exponent of insanity.

  • 2. Administrator  |  January 9th, 2007 at 3:29 pm

    Continually trying to lift a rock by myself that is too heavy is insanity. Getting two more guys to help me lift it is smart.

    I’m not saying that a “surge” will work, but it’s undeniably a different “direction” from “stay-the-course.”

    And, who knows, it actually might work.

    The one thing that won’t work is just abandoning the Iraqis.

    (Sure, abandoning them will work for us. But you’re supposed to be a compassionate Democrat. You’re supposed to worry about the real orgy of ethnic cleansing that will start the moment the last U.S. marine boards the last chopter.)

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