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December 06, 2005

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We really need to pray deeply for Howard Dean and his allies. They are so blinded by their dogma and hatred. According to the Holy Spirit's message on The Christian Prophet blog, the U.S. has already achieved great spiritual victories in Iraq.

Howard Dean is the biggest traitor beside John Kerry and Joe Merck. To think that our troops are fighting to let fools like these three men bad mouthing them. The Democratic Party has sunk to an all time low. I am so happy that I'm a Republican. Most people tell me that being Black and a Republican is wrong but I been a Republican for 30 yrs and can not be more proud of President George Bush. May God continue to give the President the strength to continue to ignore these fools. I wish God would open the eyes of the Democratic Party and make them remember that we are the most blessed country in the world.

I think the US Democratic Party should redeploy Howard Dean.

Howard Dean is the perfectly distilled essence of what the Democrat losers and whiners represent. I'd encourage him to speak out even more frequently. His toxic bombast alienates more and more normal Americans each time he puffs up and blows. What a Godsend to the opposition party--the gift that keeps on giving!

How short your neo-con memory is! It was only 15 months ago that Bush was saying it was an unwinnable war in a tv interview. Ha ha ha!!!

Tony -- the "neocon" label doesn't really fit, but you make a valid point that Bush remarked that you can't "win" the war on terror. But the context of his statement was the opposite of what you imply. Here's a news report:

"In an interview on NBC-TV’s “Today” show broadcast to coincide with Monday’s start of the Republican National Convention in New York, Bush said retreating from the war on terror “would be a disaster for your children.”’

“You cannot show weakness in this world today because the enemy will exploit that weakness,” he said. “It will embolden them and make the world a more dangerous place.”

"When asked “Can we win?” the war on terror, Bush said, “I don’t think you can win it. But I think you can create conditions so that the — those who use terror as a tool are — less acceptable in parts of the world.”

Here's the link: http://www.nydailynews.com/front/breaking_news/story/227273p-195190c.html

Bush's main point, as quoted above, is that “You cannot show weakness in this world today because the enemy will exploit that weakness” and "It will embolden them and make the world a more dangerous place.”

George Bush has stayed the course in Iraq and his actions show that he is not a "retreat and defeat" president.

Howard Dean, on the other hand, wants to retreat from Iraq when victory is reachable but not fully reached. That would accomplish nothing but to leave the Iraqi people to disaster and embolden the terrorists.

What was that line former TX Gov Ann Richards said about GW? "He can't help it. He was born with a silver foot in his mouth."

Ditto Howard!

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