"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing"
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
The genocide advocates are making yet another attempt to abandon Iraq so they can promote their own political agendas, even though every single resolution the congress has tried to pass, whether their seeking a "New Direction" in Iraq or just trying to "Change Course", has imploded long before the President would ever have to comply with it. Now, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are trying yet again to bring the war to an end. Why? Because they're devastated by the turn of events that has been happening in Iraq over the last several months. Violence has fallen dramatically and the U.S. military has really kicked Al-Qaeda's ass. Not to mention, Iraqis are rising up against extremism and Muqtada Al-Sadr has decided to join the peace process. This is Reid and Pelosi's worst nightmare, so they need to bring about failure in order to maintain the anti-Bush sentiment gripping this country. I've said this before and I'll say it again...I don't care about George W. Bush. I could care less about his approval ratings or promoting republicans or conservatism. I just want the world to be a better place, meaning I don't care whether its a democrat or a republican putting out ideas to do so. Right now, Bush's strategy of helping the people of Iraq and Afghanistan rebuild their countries seems to be working. Reid and Pelosi's plan of "changing course" in Iraq would surely result in the deaths of untold thousands of people. Unfortunately, the ship has already left the dock with anti-war sentiment. Even though Iraq is stabilizing, the American people (according to polls) seem to have had enough of seeing the carnage in Baghdad every night. If Iraq continues to improve, people might realize that a republican presidential candidate is the best choice to help make our world a safer place. It will have to happen soon though, so hopefully the people of Iraq will keep the pressure on Al-Qaeda and the Iranians will mind their own business as the countdown to the election begins.