Shaking my Head

Published on October 19 2006

What happened to my party? What the hell happened to them? FrontPage magazine.com :: The Coming Impeachment by Rocco DiPippo
The ploy of leveling serious, unfounded charges against one's political opponents has served the Democratic Party well in the past. It is the ideal one to effect a quick U.S. withdrawal from Iraq. Rep. Charles B. Rangel, D-NY, who will head the powerful House Ways and Means Committee upon a Democratic Party victory in November, has hinted that de-funding the Iraq war will be both his and the Democratic Party's priority. To Rangel, de-funding the war is a moral imperative. “[The Iraq war] is the biggest fraud ever committed on the people of this country…This is just as bad as the 6 million Jews being killed,” he has said.

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K
Well, I'm right, have always been right and will always be right. But I have been wrong before.
Don't get me wrong, I don't support Bush on a lot of issues. I think his domestic policies need some serious work. But on the issue of war on Terrorism, I would rather see us fight it somewhere else than have them here plotting another 911. Everyone argues that Iraq had nothing to do with 911 but yet the country is crawling with insurgents who are not from Iraq. Where do people think they would be if they were not in Iraq?
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M
Isn't it funny how we 3 either always have been or are swinging "right" and the folks are going the other direction?
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K
Okay, now Rangel is comparing what we are trying to do in Iraq, to what the NAZI's did to the Jew's in WWII. I can't quite make the connection in his comparison. Help me out here Mr. Rangel because I don't think I took the same history classes you did. Liberals?, I just don't get em'.
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