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Saturday, February 17, 2007

Don't Believe the Dimocrats

When they claim to care about the troops. It's a lie.

Whenever leftists need to show they really, really do care more about the troops than their political opponents, they pull out the armor card. Hillary Clinton did it a year ago. A Rumsfeld-bashing reporter bragged about coaching a soldier into spotlighting the armor gap two years ago. (See below for links to blog posts on the subject published over the last three years.)

Now, following a Feb. 11 WaPo story, "Thousands of Army Humvees Lack Armor Upgrade," the armor shortage is again a rallying cry of the Left as it prepares to defund the war. The New York Times editorial board has a born-again interest in the matter. Democrat strategist Julie Roginsky also repeated the meme on tonight's O'Reilly Factor. And, natch, Ted Kennedy is on the bandwagon.

And yet, the Democrats American Communist Party is the group of loathsome slimebuckets who are behind the "slow bleed" approach to forcing defeat in Iraq. The same cockroaches who can't be honest enough to stand up and say "Yes, I voted for the war in Iraq" because it'll hurt their re-election chances.

And let's be blunt, shall we? All you have to do is look at the Democrat's American Communist Party's actions, and more importantly the actions of their constituents, to see that the Democrats American Communist Party HATES THE TROOPS WITH EVERY FIBER OF THEIR BEING. They only claim to care about the troops in order to gain power in D.C., and if they thought they could gain MORE power by slowly killing every American soldier and pouring our blood onto the Arabian sands, they would do so. Any supposed claim of "caring about the troops" that comes from those anti-American communist clusterfucks can be ignored, because it's nothing but political bullshit.

The Democrats American Communist Party cares about power, and nothing else. To them, the troops are just one more pawn to be used in their quest to obtain power, and they'll bleed us all dry in the process.

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