Thursday, October 11, 2007


Quote of the Day

“Handing a Nobel Prize to Al Gore, a proven hypocrite on the issue of climate change, would be an injustice to the many people bravely fighting for peace and freedom throughout the world.”

- Tennessee Center for Policy Research President Drew Johnson.

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Here's my quote of the day:

Former commander of US forces in Iraq, General Ricardo Sanchez said:

"There has been a glaring, unfortunate display of incompetent strategic leadership within our national leaders. America continues its desperate struggle in Iraq without any concerted effort to devise a strategy that will achieve 'victory' in that war-torn country or in the greater conflict against extremism."

He called the president's troop-escalation "surge" strategy a "desperate attempt by an administration that has not accepted the political and economic realities of this war."

He also also assailed government officials of being guilty of a “lust for power" and that they would have "faced court martials for dereliction of duty had they been in the military."

"There is no question America is living a nightmare with no end in sight," he said.

Sanchez commanded the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq from June 2003 until July 2004 as the anti-U.S. insurgency took hold.

He aimed his sharpest attacks at the White House National Security Council, headed during his Iraq tenure by now-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. "Our National Security Council has been a catastrophic failure."

Bush's legacy and the GOP's. Thanks for your support of the chimp. He screwed America.
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