December 05, 2005

More From Howard The Lame

DNC blockhead Howard Dean had this to say about the US efforts in Iraq:
The "idea that we're going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong."

Dean continued his moonbattery:
"I've seen this before in my life. This is the same situation we had in Vietnam. Everybody then kept saying, 'just another year, just stay the course, we'll have a victory.' Well, we didn't have a victory, and this policy cost the lives of an additional 25,000 troops because we were too stubborn to recognize what was happening."

"What we see today is very much like what was going in Watergate," Dean said. "It turns out there is a lot of good evidence that President Bush did not tell the truth when he was asking Congress for the power to go to war. The President said last week that Congress saw the same intelligence that he did in making the decision to go to war, and that is flat out wrong. The President withheld some intelligence from the Senate Intelligence Committee. He withheld the report from the CIA that in fact there was no evidence of weapons of mass destruction (in Iraq), that they did not have a nuclear program. They (the White House) selectively gave intelligence to the United States Senate and the United States Congress and got them to give the go ahead to attack these people."


Howard Dean continues to isolate the radical left-wing of his party, and the bile he continues to spew does nothing for the Democrats (which is good) but hurts those in the armed forces (which is bad) by calling into question not only their task, but their ability to carry that task to completion. It certainly has done nothing for DNC fundraising. Someone once said, "let a liberal talk long enough, and they'll defeat their own argument." I believe that principle applies here.

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