Monday, December 05, 2005

Loud Howard does it again

Well, it is Christmas in early December if you are the RNC chairman. And who is Santa at this point? Why our good buddy Howard Dean.

Dean: US Won't Win in Iraq

I know the headline is usually a sales pitch by the media outlet… but take that in. Less US soldiers have been attacked, Less Iraqi’s are being attacked, we are on the cusp of three successful elections and what does loud Howard say? “We won’t win.” More and more elements of an infrastructure for Iraq are being built… and what does loud Howard say? “We won’t win.” Indeed when it looks like the cusp of Victory is around the corner loud Howard says “We won’t win.” Yet the Democrats say they are a Pro-Troop party.

Saying the "idea that we're going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong," Democratic National Chairman Howard Dean predicted today that the Democratic Party will come together on a proposal to withdraw National Guard and Reserve troops immediately, and all US forces within two years.

Forget that it is darned likely right now that US forces will probably be vastly reduced in two years. But how can an immediate withdrawal of the National Guard and Reserve which are the bulk of our forces allow for a 2 year time tabled withdrawal of the rest of our troops. The idea is so nonsensical it makes the 06 elections creep more Republican. And it tends to make me think more and more that Howard Dean wants to be fired.

Dean didn't specify which country the US forces would deploy to, but he said he would like to see the entire process completed within two years. He said the Democrat proposal is not a 'withdrawal,' but rather a 'strategic redeployment' of U.S. forces.

When a serious adult idea comes up, Loud Howard doesn’t put his nards on the table. Instead he comes up with a Euphemism. Strategic redeployment to an unnamed country does this idea even remotely seem serious in a way to protect our troops? No of course it doesn’t.

Loud Howard and the DNC aren’t adult enough to come to the table and try to solve Adult problems.

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