Monday, July 31, 2006



Earlier today Associated Press moved a story entitled "Key Democrats Call For Iraq Withdrawal". Imagine that! Who would think anyone who hadn't already done that would be allowed to even call himself or herself a Democrat, let alone be referred to as "key." Why didn't the headline read "Reactionary Corporate Whores Inside the Democrat Party Finally Call For Iraq Withdrawal?"

They sent Bush a letter. "U.S. forces in Iraq should transition to a more limited mission focused
on counterterrorism, training and logistical support of Iraqi security forces and force protection of U.S. personnel." Reid and Pelosi signed it. I guess the congressional Dems are unified. I wonder if that means Rahm Emanuel will stop torpedoing anti-war congressional candidates. I bet he won't. I mean they're not that unified.

Anyway, the Washington Post has also run a piece today, emphasizing that the Beltway Dems have pulled their heads out of their asses long enough to realize that "public discontent over Iraq as their best chance for retaking the House or Senate." Aside from Democrats like Pelosi and Murtha, who long ago saw Bush for what he is and saw his Iraq occupation for what it is, even some of the worst idiots in the Democratic leadership, like Steny Hoyer (House Minority Whip who will make a mockery out of grassroots hopes for a Democratic victory by becoming House Majority Leader if the Dems take back the House) are backing this new approach. Lieberman, one of the 6 Senate Democrats to had voted against a similar resolution in June is keeping his trap shut on this until after the August 8th primary.

RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman pulled his head out of his boyfriend's ass long enough to wipe the shit eating grin off his repulsive face and blurt out that the "letter 'underscores the critical choice facing the American people in November.' At a time of 'jihadist attacks on civilians in Baghdad, Mumbai and northern Israel,' he added, 'Democrat leaders propose to cut and run from the central front in the war on terror. Waving a white flag in Iraq may appeal to the Net roots, but it will embolden the enemy, encourage more terrorism and make America less secure.'" Then he re-inserted his head into his boyfriend's ass, although he'll clean up in time to testify at the New Hampshire election tampering trial in which he is implicated for having helped steal a Senate seat for right wing (anti-gay; I hope Mehlman's proud of himself) rubber stamp John Sununu.


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