Tuesday, November 22, 2005


Miami Township, Ohio could you please secede from the Union?

And please take the rest of OH-2 with you. It is an embarrassment to the United States. It should be an embarrassment to both the Republican Party and to Ohio. And yet they plunge on. Let's roll the tape. 1. Reflecting Iraqi desires, decorated Marine veteran says we should withdraw from Iraq. 2. Newly-elected congressman, already in a tenuous position because of links to Ohio corruption scandal violates House rules by implying said veteran is a coward and using both his name the name of another member of service in House debate. 3. Other member of the service, who turns out to be a Republican operative, denies using decorated veteteran's name, strongly suggesting that newly-elected congressman is a liar. 4. So, what do Republican on-line operatives do? Strap on the hip boots, because you're entering a tank filled with... #4 - bull shit. You people always start it by calling the President a liar. Liberals have the thinnest skin in America considering the slander they throw around on a daily basis. AND Murtha is a coward - he doesn’t even have the balls to vote for pullout. Just bitch about it. Comment by The Northeast Dilemma — November 22, 2005 @ 9:39 am But better take a condom because you can.... Go screw yourself. When Kennedy, Kerry, Pelosi and the rest of the Filthy Left in Washington apologize for saying the President lied and for other treasonous acts too numerous to mention we’ll think about rephrasing what Schmidt said. That fat old fart Murtha might have served but it doesn’t make him a hero and the fact is only cowards and traitors cut and run. Oh, by the way…Kerry should be shot for a traitor for consorting with the N. Vietnamese in Paris spilling his guts and conspiring to actively subvert US operations in SE Asia. Comment by I-RIGHT-I — November 22, 2005 @ 9:41 am But better bring along the sauce for some pit barbecue because #12 - right on. If liberals’ skin is so thin, maybe they should STFU and stop attacking the Commander in Chief on a daily basis. MURTHA IS A SHAMELESS PIG like Cindy Sheehan. Comment by The Northeast Dilemma — November 22, 2005 @ 9:42 am But there's more from that bottomless cesspit, The Freak Republic (continues in comments):
These are from the Free Republic. Read them and tell me why anyone should serve, knowing that the people who push hardest for war silently think this sort of thing about men who are wounded in combat-- and deny them basic compassionate medical care, too. Emphases added where appropriate:

To: Kitten Festival
I doubt Murtha is a coward. Unlike John F'n Kerry, he has actually "been there, done that" in significant combat, and has apparently had a long record of supporting the military.

On the other hand, I have no doubt at all that at this point he has fallen deep into error. Even warriors are not exempt from senile folly and/or political pressure.

5 posted on 11/20/2005 10:06:26 AM PST by King Prout (many accuse me of being overly literal... this would not be a problem if many were not under-precise)

To: Kitten Festival
A traitor? Yes, he is. Murtha is a traitor, President Bush's comments notwithstanding. For many reasons Bush cannot himself publicly acknowledge this truth.

6 posted on 11/20/2005 10:06:52 AM PST by JCEccles

To: Kitten Festival
He is both a coward and a traitor. Period.

He has provided sufficient evidence to justify both labels.

7 posted on 11/20/2005 10:07:52 AM PST by Pox

To: Kitten Festival
I believe he was blackmailed into doing/saying what he did.

He is without integrity. He has no principles.

21 posted on 11/20/2005 10:16:26 AM PST by i_dont_chat (Houston, TX)

To: mlc9852
From what I've heard he has a couple of purple hearts, but so does John Kerry who got his shaving so that doesn't necessarily mean much.
I like to instead just think he is an old drunk fool. A democrat.

22 posted on 11/20/2005 10:16:50 AM PST by Joe Boucher (an enemy of islam)

To: Kitten Festival
It is my opinion, that we need to drop any sense of cordiality.The demoSCUM (and many RINOs) want our country to focus more on words, than on action.It is the reason why that the PC culture has overtaken most public discourse. If someone is a scumbag, lying, piece of crap, one shouldn't be forced call them "my colleague". Just because someone was elected to Congress, doesn't mean that they have the best interests of this country at heart (and, yes, that applies to both party members).Bottom line: Respect is earned, not given.And, unfortunately, respect can be pissed away in one act.That is what has happened to Rep Murtha. Sure he served his country; that's good. He has served in Congress for years: good.But... when you have thrown in with the likes of Nancy Piglosi and her anti-American rhetoric, you're knocked back down to zero. And rightly so.It's real simple. Most of us learned it a long time ago: actions, not words.The dems are hollow talkers. I prefer action. So, when they say that they want "this" or "that". Call 'em on it. They are all show, no go. Plain and simple.

24 posted on 11/20/2005 10:18:30 AM PST by mattdono ("Crush the RATs and RINOs, drive them before you, and hear the lamentations of the scumbags" - Arnie)

To: leadpenny
Murtha took many years of service to America in the military and congress and threw it all out the window in a span of one week. Now he is nothing more than the November version of Cindy Sheehan, a puppet of the media to be disgarded when the holidays take over and no one cares to pay attention again.

46 posted on 11/20/2005 10:57:21 AM PST by armydawg1 (" America must win this war..." PVT Martin Treptow, KIA, WW1)

To: Kitten Festival
30 years ago he would have been a traitor but today that word means little. Coward doesn't even apply. He's just a lib. See tagline.

55 posted on 11/20/2005 11:05:26 AM PST by varmintxer (.Liberalism isn't a political philosophy. It's a vile combination of sickness and evil—M Schiller)

To: jude24
You go out too soon without properly trained people to keep the peace there and there will be slaughtering of Iraqi citizens.

The left had also broken the will of the American people as they try to do now in Nam. As you know, those that stood with America in Nam were pretty much abandoned and they were slaughtered.

200k troops of Iraq are trained to some level of competence, when they have the ability to make a go of handling themselves, we go. Or if we are asked to leave earlier by an Iraqi President to leave, we go sooner.

78 posted on 11/20/2005 11:29:29 AM PST by A CA Guy (God Bless America, God bless and keep safe our fighting men and women.)

To: muir_redwoods
"He's an old fool."And therein lies this Republic's greatest handicap..There are far TOO MANY fools, idiots, liars, perverts, traitors, racists, crooks, leftists, cowards and surrender monkeys in the U.S. Congress...The Democrat party has excelled in drawing the worst of society to their bosom --- but the Republicans are challenging their lead...I've seen FAR better men and woman in Corporate Board Rooms....and hunkered down behind he wire..Sad...Semper Fi

85 posted on 11/20/2005 11:40:27 AM PST by river rat (You may turn the other cheek, but I prefer to look into my enemy's vacant dead eyes.)

Some "Heroes" become serial killers..
Some "Heroes" become traitors...
Some "Heroes" were never really heroes --- but got their "card punched" to pursue a career in politics....John Kerry comes to mind....
Benedict Arnold....Jimmy Carter...Scott Ritter.....
Hell, even a REAL warrior like Hackworth
-- finally started getting most things wrong in his old age.It always amuses me, to see how selective and ill informed most leftists are when they select whom they would regard as a "military hero"....John Kerry provided another of his famous flip/flops, by declaring Murtha a true hero and patriot. Murtha was one of the Marines that Kerry once slandered by accusing us of ravaging Vietnam in the manner of Genghis Khan - raping, beheading, cutting off ears, killing every living thing in sight......I see from your profile page, that another idiot is pursuing a career in the "law".....Semper Fi

100 posted on 11/20/2005 12:02:06 PM PST by river rat (You may turn the other cheek, but I prefer to look into my enemy's vacant dead eyes.)
The post that triggered this outpouring of bile was by American Thinker blogger J. Peter Mulhern, Esquire, who apparently used to write for the apparently defunct Washington Weekly (a key source for fabrications about Whitewater, for those with long memories). He is an advocate of monarchy:

What the framers failed to anticipate was that the "executive arm" would slavishly enforce any error the judiciary chose to pass off as constitutional interpretation. Hamilton assumed that the executive would independently assess the merits of what the Supreme Court had to say, and if the Court was out of line, the executive would ignore it. If our practice were in accord with this assumption, the Court could not threaten the foundations of democracy in America. The fact that it does should not be taken as evidence of a defect in the constitutional scheme, only as the occasion for a small adjustment in our constitutional practice. We need to restore the power of the executive to determine for itself whether judicial decisions merit enforcement and to deny enforcement to those decisions that do not.

Have you ever read such a classy and well-spoked denial of the existence of the separation of powers? How the guy got through grade school, much less law school, is an indictment of the educational system.
What, did The Northeast Dilemma come back to TP after he was outed as a Log Cabin Republican? Silly person!
Maybe he's into M?

I can't imagine how people like this will deal with Schmidt's apology and the growing inevitability of a bugout.
This quote from a Marine lieutenant colonel recently returned from Iraq sums it up: "We can lose in Iraq and destroy our army, or we can just lose."
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