Democratic Response to Bush Speech: "He didn't say 9/11!!? Did he???

Democrats: Bush Wrong on 9/11

Democrats are all a flutter this morning because in President Bush's speech last night he touched their "holy grail" - 9/11.

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi accused Bush of demonstrating a willingness “exploit the sacred ground of 9/11, knowing that there is no connection between 9/11 and the war in Iraq.”

Others brought up that "We didn't have a enough troops on the ground" stupid assed argument again. Senator "Chia" Biden:

“I’m going to send him the phone numbers of the very generals and flag officers that I met on Memorial Day when I was in Iraq,” the Delaware Democrat said. “There’s not enough force on the ground now to mount a real counterinsurgency."

Mr. Biden, I doubt you have any such numbers, and by the way retired General (armchair warrior pundits) don't count. While you're at it, ask General Wesley Clark about Bosnia.

The whole "9/11 isn't related to Iraq" argument is stupid and intellectually dishonsest. Just because the September 11th Commission could find no "credible link", others have. Saddam may have not took flying lessons but he didn't exactly kick Al Qaeda out of Iraq in the 90's. I mean does anyone with half a brain think Saddam wasn't hiding and hosting Al Qaeda?

Here is the questions Democrats can't answer. "If Iraq isn't necessary, if Saddam was such a "non-player", why has there been no repeat attacks on American soil since 9/11?" Not one. Can Ms. Pelosi or Mr. Chia answer that?

Seems to me that removing Saddam and installing democracy in Iraq has had a major effect on our security.

Another question. Since Democrats are sooo quick to criticise President Bush, what have Democrats done to strenghten our National Security since 9/11? What action (besides bitching and moaning and touting Michael Moore) have they taken to strenghten our National Security?

(Crickets chirping again.......)

I'll answer: Not a damned thing - zero, zip, nada.

They truely are the party of "No".