Kerry over at Pardon My English has written an excellent blog today about the moonbats and their cronies, the MSM.
This weekend, the esteemed not-president Senator Kerry opened his mouth on television in his much-hyped Tim Russert interview?and took another step into ridiculous irrelevance. He now prepares to join Al Gore in the pantheon of Democrats fading into traumatic repressed memory, lost and bitter, screeching ?Listen to me!? as the secret service agents of history drag them away to someplace where they can?t hurt themselves.
While the whole world we’re saying good things about what’s going on in Iraq, jackass Kerry had to open his mouth and say “let’s not over-hype this”. Are you kidding me? If it had been a bloodbath you can be sure the Lib’s and the MSM would have over-hyped it. But since it was a success, since it showed that Bush was right, then we shouldn’t over-hype it. And wtf is this about Kerry saying he met with the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia?
MR. RUSSERT: And you have a hat that the CIA agent gave you?
SEN. KERRY: I still have the hat that he gave me, and I hope the guy would come out of the woodwork and say, “I’m the guy who went up with John Kerry. We delivered weapons to the Khmer Rouge on the coastline of Cambodia.” We went out of Ha Tien, which is right in Vietnam. We went north up into the border. And I have some photographs of that, and that’s what we did. So, you know, the two were jumbled together, but we were on the Cambodian border on Christmas Eve, absolutely.
Um, yeah. The CIA was delivering weapons to communists in Cambodia while we fought the communists in Vietnam. Only a knucklehead Dem could think of that lie. Back to Kerry’s article.
Yet has any foreign policy move in recent memory been so unexpectedly successful? In a matter of weeks, American might crushed the Taliban and re-wrote their destiny; last October, the people of Afghanistan began re-writing theirs. Afghan women, previously banned from even being seen in public without a male authority figure, now help run the nation?s government as authorities unto themselves. The American celebrity elite should be thrilled?one look at Hamid Karzai proves that the fashion situation has markedly improved.
Just two years ago in Iraq, a phoneyed-up election re-installed the bloodthirsty despot Saddam Hussein with 100% of the voters choosing to cast their ballot for Saddam, instead of certainly being killed?or worse?by his minions. This weekend, democracy blossomed in that nation, turning out 60% of the voters despite the anti-P. Diddy informal Zarcawi slogan ?Vote AND Die.? We know that the election was a success because not only did 60% turn out, but another 40% exercised their God-given right in a democracy to NOT vote, just as our citizens do every time they get the chance.
Only the really sad sad people of the Planet of Lib’s could hate this thing…this thing of Democracy being born in a country that has not had it before. Why do these sad people hate it? Because it makes their hated one look good. Whoa boy does it make Bush look good. I love the following paragraph, spells out this cancer in the MSM quite succinctly.
For the media, we are never ?there yet.? The ?real test? is always something in the future, the standards for victory are always shifting, and the goalposts constantly move further and further away. When we went in to Afghanistan, there were supposed to be mass casualties, the weather was going to kill us, the Taliban were formidable, blah blah blah. When we went into Iraq, the word ?quagmire? jumped off the pages of the mainstream media almost before any Americans had landed in country. When we defeated the regime, ?elections? became the test, and now, John Kerry provides a new benchmark:
?This election is a sort of demarcation point, and what really counts now is the effort to have a legitimate political reconciliation, and it?s going to take a massive diplomatic effort and a much more significant outreach to the international community than this administration has been willing to engage in. Absent that, we will not be successful in Iraq.?
Go read the rest for yourself, well worth it.
Just gotta add one more plug to the Iraqi brothers at Iraq The Model.
On the other side, all those who stood against the change will regroup again and launch another campaign to criticize and lessen the significance of this revolution and they will try to find gaps in the process to shake the confidence and the determination of the people.
I also call those who are pessimistic about the situation to make their pessimism balanced if they want to find solutions for the problems they expect to erupt.
The reaction of the dictators and the enemies of freedom remains predictable; the neighboring countries and the Arabic media will try to find new weapons to use against the ongoing democratic process and these new weapons could be even more cruel this time.
We here remain assured that we’ve put our feet on the right track and that the bright future we wish for Iraq has become much closer after the 30th of January but we all have to reevaluate our previous assumption according to the new facts on the ground in order to find the best way we can push the process to further successes.