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Joe Biden Says “Mr. President, this is your war.”

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

No you idiot — this is the entire nation’s war! In fact Joe Biden voted for the War in Iraq on October 11, 2002, along with ALL the other Democratic Presidential hopefuls for 2008. Joseph Biden is the Delaware Democrat and the incoming Senate Foreign Relations Chairman. All he is doing is positioning himself for a run as a Democratic presidential candidate.

BidenThe Cut and Run and Surrender Now Democrats are trying to erase their support for the Iraq War — so it won’t be the issue of the 2008 election. But I live in the real world and the Democrats will not only have Iraq to take care of, but Iran, Al Queda and the possibility of another terrorist attack on American soil.

If their selfish ideology becomes a reality then this country will be reliving the Jimmy Carter era — God help us all!

On Tuesday, Biden said he would oppose any effort by President Bush to increase U.S troops in Iraq as part of a new war strategy. “We’ve already broken Iraq,” he said “We’re about to break the United States military.”

Biden said his committee would hold extensive hearings on Iraq throughout January, with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defense Secretary Robert Gates among the top administration officials to testify. Biden did not rule out summoning recently retired Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, criticized for not sending enough troops to Iraq to suppress the violence after the April 2003 fall of Baghdad.

Biden also warned that congressional Republicans – not Democrats – would suffer in the 2008 elections if they do not join him in speaking out against Bush and opposing troop increases in Iraq.

If the violence continues two years from now, “every one of those Republican senators – and there’s 21 of them up for re- election – knows that that is likely to spell his or her doom,” Biden said.

Actually it is this country’s doom that he is invoking.

Posted: 15:07PST 12/27/06


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11 Comments leave one →
  1. jainphx permalink
    Wednesday, December 27, 2006 4:56 pm

    Wonder who he stole that speech from.

  2. Wednesday, December 27, 2006 7:34 pm

    He’s just following the KosKids lead.

    http://lordnazh.com/DailyRamble/2006/12/republican-war.html

  3. Scrapiron permalink
    Friday, December 29, 2006 5:03 pm

    And the brainless dhimmi’s just put the gutless anti-american dhimmi’s back in office. I’ll be waiting for the payback the terrorists give the U.S. for all of the assistance the dhimmi’s have gave the terrorists. It won’t be pretty but us ‘told you so’ folks will have to enjoy it. Maybe we can use a spatula to scrape some dhimmi’s off the streets. It wouldn’t be the first pile of BS i’ve cleaned up.

  4. Friday, December 29, 2006 11:47 pm

    Hmmm, Bush bash again. Isn’t there a two term limit for POTUS? Get off it you idiots, he can’t run again anyway. Count on it, we will be attacked again. I’madinnerjacket has already said it. al qaeda has said it. They cheered the dhimmi win. Actually “the dems did not win, the reps did not lose, but this was truly a victory for Pisslam”. Or something very close to that. If our troops get “redeployed” I may but pray they remember their oath of enlistment. To Support And Defend The Constitution Against All Enemies, Foreign AND DOMESTIC.

  5. Tom permalink
    Saturday, December 30, 2006 10:42 am

    This just in: cmblake6 calls on U.S. troops to attack fellow Americans with whom he disagrees.

    Charming.

    You know, if you really wanted to go after enemies of the Constitution, maybe you could start with the enemies of the First Amendment. You know, those who wish harm upon other Americans who say that the President should take responsibility for leading us into war under false pretenses. Or is that a little too close to home?

  6. Sunday, December 31, 2006 12:02 pm

    well what do you think we should do in Iraq?
    Its easy to rebuke others arguments, but much more difficult to have the solution.

  7. Jimmy permalink
    Sunday, December 31, 2006 5:09 pm

    What should we do in Iraq?

    WE SHOULD LEAVE!

    Here’s a solution for ya! STOP VOTING FOR RETARDS FROM TEXAS!

  8. Monday, January 1, 2007 10:59 am

    Labeling each other and looking for extreme opinions to push forward will just continue to divide the US. As long as Republicans continue to bash Democrats as “terrorist-loving liberal whiners” and Democrats label Republicans as “war mongering idiots,” we’ll just be more and more divided. People with contrary views are going to “wake up” with name calling and extremist tactics.

    Here’s an approach: Find someone who has an extremely opposing view on religion, politics, etc. Get to know them. Learn why they think what they think, and bite your tongue if you have to in order for them to explain their views (even if they bash you or your views). Then, ask exploratory questions (not “how long as your candidate been a complete idiot?”) and honestly listen.

    Instead of flipping the bozo bit, we would spend more time with our ears engaged, and our mouths closed, we’d learn a lot from people that we otherwise label as “morons and idiots.” The fear that “they might brainwash me with their rubbish” just represents the fear that ones tightly-held beliefs are bogus to begin with.

    Hearing a dissenting view is not fatal. Extremism can be. – Tim

  9. Monday, January 1, 2007 10:59 am

    Edit: People with contrary views are NOT going to “wake up”…

  10. hogprint permalink
    Thursday, January 18, 2007 1:51 pm

    Didn’t Biden SUPPORT troop increases three years ago? Wasn’t he leading the charge along with Dodd to increase levels when the President was saying stay the course?

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